Marwan Al Serkal
Chief Executive, Sharjah Investment & Development Authority (Shurooq)
H.E Marwan Bin Jassim Al Sarkal– CEO of Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), CEO of Al Qasba Development Authority and a former Board Member of Sharjah Tourism and Development Authority – is considered one of the key leaders in Sharjah’s growth.
A graduate holding a high diploma in accounting from Dubai Men’s College in 1999 and a bachelor degree in Applied Sciences in Business Administration, Marwan Al Sarkal initially worked for the Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority in 1999 as a head of the Auditing Department. In 2003, he joined Dubai Shopping Festival and was assigned the post of Finance Manager and thereafter promoted as the Director of Finance and Administration in DSF in 2005.
Possessing a sharp understanding of the market and in-depth insight into the functioning of economies and international legalities and legislation, Al Sarkal has proven his mettle in quality, operations control and strategic planning.
Al Sarkal believes that Sharjah is a highly dynamic city, and a place where people can find democracy, peace and community engagement. For him, UAE is a country where nothing is impossible and where development has become a continuous – fast moving trend which in turn shaped his responsibility to cope with this rapid change. Al Sarkal follows a life method based on dedication and loyalty to the job and owns a clear faith that life brings a lot of challenges which can be turned into valuable opportunities through organized leadership and team spirit.
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