Nicolas Sibuet appointed Aramex’s chief financial officer

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Logistics and transportation solutions provider Aramex has appointed Nicolas Sibuet as its chief financial officer.

Sibuet has 26 years of experience across the shipping, aviation and oil and gas industries. Most recently, he served as chief financial officer and acting senior vice president for strategy, marketing and communications at Abu Dhabi Airports. Sibuet has also been an expert advisor to Boston Consulting Group where he worked on transforming and restructuring companies, and was the vice president for marketing and business development at Weatherford, where he participated in the restructuring and disbursement of Weatherford drilling contracting arm, Weatherford Drilling International (WDI).

Prior to that, he held multiple roles in the oil, gas and shipping industries, delivering funding requirements to support business growth as well as leading and structuring finance departments. Sibuet also holds a master’s degree in economics and accounting from the University of Western Brittany in France and a postgraduate degree in finance from Strasbourg University in France.

Othman Aljeda, chief executive officer of Aramex, said, “I am pleased to welcome Nicolas as Aramex’s chief financial officer. He is a seasoned executive with a proven track record of leading companies toward transformational growth and has deep knowledge in various industry trends. His extensive experience will play a key role in the execution of our strategic priorities and will enable us to further optimize our recently redesigned operating model, as we seek to grow our global market share. The management team and I are looking forward to working closely with Nicolas to enable the company to achieve sustainable growth for our key stakeholder groups.”

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