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Mohamed Fadhel Kraiem appointed as new GO chairman

New chairman Mohamed Fadhel Kraiem took over at the helm of GO plc, replacing Nizar Bouguila

Amy Micallef Decesare
22 November 2017, 2:00pm
New GO chairman Mohamed Fadhel Kraiem
New GO chairman Mohamed Fadhel Kraiem
Mohamed Fadhel Kraiem, who is also chairman and CEO of Tunisie Telecom (TT) Group, has been appointed chairman at GO plc, effective immediately, replacing Nizar Bouguila.

“GO is a great organisation that’s performing well and I am very much looking forward to working with the leadership team and all the staff at the GO Group, as we continue to push forward a number of important fronts both in Malta and in Cyprus,” said Kraiem.

Kraiem went on to thank his predecessor for “successfully guiding the company through a challenging and exciting period of change”.

Kraiem first joined TT in July 2010 and was appointed as CEO of Monoprix in 2016, a major retail company in Tunisia. He returned to the TT Group earlier in 2017 and also chairs various of its subsidiaries, including Mattel, Topnet and Diva Sicar.

With over 500,000 customer connections, GO is Malta’s leading telecommunications services organisation, which offers its customers a wide range of services, including mobile telephony, digital television and broadband internet services.

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