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Eazy Financial Services shuffles up its executive management team


Bahraini fintech company Eazy Financial Services has shuffled up its executive management team moving company co-founder Mr. Nayef Tawfiq Al Alawi to CEO and promoting Mr. Waleed Bucheeri to head of operations and Mr. Dominic Francis to head of finance. Last year Eazy provided the first biometric payment network in the region.

Bucheeri is also a founding team member of the company with 13 years of experience in the banking sector and will be in charge of heading the company’s operation and navigating its current period of continued growth. Francis, with 30 years of experience in finance, has been with the company since it was established.

Al Alawi has relinquished his position as deputy chairman of the board to better focus on the company’s strategic initiatives and vision, focusing on delivering biometric technologies and innovative solutions to the Kingdom of Bahrain. He will continue to serve as a board member in addition to CEO.

Eazy chairman of the board Mr. Jamal Ali Al Hazeem said “on behalf of our board members, I would like to take this opportunity to wish the newly appointed team, led by Mr. Nayef Tawfiq Al Alawi, the best of luck in their new roles and we look forward to working closely with them in the coming months.”

Al Hazeem added “the appointment of the new executive team comes in line with our efforts to build a world class management team, in order to drive our vision of being the leading provider of biometric technologies and innovative solutions in the Kingdom and take the company to even greater heights.”

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