Siemens Pakistan , officially known as Siemens Pakistan Engineering Co Ltd , has re-appointed Dr Murtaza Abbas Mooman (37) as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). Mooman was previously responsible for special projects within the global finance operations of Siemens AG . He succeeds Acting CFO Mohammad Rafi . ”We are delighted to welcome Dr Mooman back into the role of CFO for Siemens Pakistan,“ said Guenter Zwickl , CEO of Siemens Pakistan. ”Although Mooman had plans to take on a new international position within Siemens . "I am pleased that, at our request, he has agreed to rejoin the management team, using his experience and knowledge to help lead the company in one of the region’s most vibrant emerging economies. ”As Siemens is increasingly pursuing growth opportunities in Pakistan , Mooman’s comprehensive understanding of local financial topics and his experience within the company make him an essential asset for the future expansion of our business.“ Mooman joined Siemens more than a decade ago and was recognized as a talent. He was appointed as Deputy General Manager and half a year later his responsibilities expanded to include the role of Commercial Head of Automation and Drives Division. Since then, Mooman has held a number of positions within Siemens , including in Industry Automation and Drive Technologies as well as CFO of Siemens Pakistan. Dr. Mooman holds Master Degree in International Business from IBA, and besides being a fellow member of Institute of Chartered Accountant of Pakistan (ICAP), he is also an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) in the UK and Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) in the US. Siemens has been active in Pakistan since 1947. Siemens Pakistan Engineering Co. Ltd. was founded in 1953 as a private company, and was reorganized as a public limited company in 1963. With more than 1,000 employees, Siemens Pakistan Engineering Co. Ltd. is one of the country’s leading suppliers of high-voltage grid stations, switchgear products and systems, power and distribution transformers and network consultancy.
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