Announcement Of Deiranieh’s Appointment To Board Of Directors Of Jordan Telecom Company

Orange Jordan announced the appointment of Raslan Deiranieh to its Board of Directors, effective July 1st. Deiranieh succeeds His Excellency Dr. Shabib Ammari.

His Excellency Dr. Ammari has held the position of Chairman of the Board of Directors of Jordan Telecom Company since 2000, initially representing the Jordanian government. He was re-elected in 2006 by the Joint Investment Telecommunications Company. Throughout his distinguished career, he held many governmental positions, including the Minister of Industry and Trade, in addition to being appointed as a member of the Senate of Jordan. He has served on multiple Boards of Directors of the most reputable national organizations such as the Royal Scientific Society, the Higher Council for Privatization, and the Economic Dialogue Committee, among others.

This announcement followed Deiranieh’s resignation from his role as Deputy Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Financial and Strategy Officer. The CEO of Orange Jordan Philippe Mansour has appointed Mohammad Abu Al Ghanam as the new Chief Financial Officer.

Raslan Deiranieh began his tenure with Jordan Telecom Company in 1998, coming from the Central Bank of Jordan. Over the years, he has achieved significant milestones with the company, advancing through various positions and contributing to the enhancement of Orange Jordan’s status as a leading player in telecommunications and digital services both locally and regionally. Deiranieh has held numerous roles and joined the boards of several local and regional companies and institutions.

Mohammad Abu Al Ghanam has held various positions within the Orange Group over the past 15 years. He brings extensive experience in diverse fields, including financial control and strategy development.