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Jaime Morais appointed as Angola Country Leader for General Electric

In this position, Jaime will play a pivotal role in steering the next phase of strategy and growth for GE in Angola.

Devdiscourse News Desk | Luanda | Updated: 14-06-2019 17:06 IST | Created: 14-06-2019 17:06 IST
Jaime Morais appointed as Angola Country Leader for General Electric
Based in Luanda, Jaime will lead the development of diverse programs with public and private sector projects and partnerships in Angola. Image Credit: Twitter(@APO_source)

General Electric (GE.com) has announced the appointment of Jaime Morais as the Country Leader for GE in Angola. In this position, Jaime will play a pivotal role in steering the next phase of strategy and growth for GE in Angola.

Based in Luanda, Jaime will lead the development of diverse programs with public and private sector projects and partnerships in Angola.

Commenting on the appointment, Farid Fezoua, President and CEO, General Electric Africa, reiterated GE's commitment to work together with governments and private sector in order to develop public-private partnerships and sustainable outcome-based solutions.

I am very excited to take on this role leading GE's growth in Angola"Empowering decision-making at a local level is at the core of our strategy in Africa. We believe that the appointment of Jaime is a further step in making our Africa vision a reality. We are also glad to bring on board someone with the experience and passion to continue to drive our growth in Angola," he said.

Jaime joined General Electric in February 2015 and brings more than 30 years of experience in establishing and directing global projects teams in finance, strategy, supply chain, and localization.

Earlier in his career, Jaime also worked as a TV news anchor for the Angolan Public Television Station (TPA). He is a graduate in Economic Sciences by Agostinho Neto University in Luanda.

Jaime will continue to be based in Angola. He will be part of the GE Africa Leadership Team.

"I am very excited to take on this role leading GE's growth in Angola. While we see many challenges we also envisage enormous opportunities for GE. I look forward to working with all GE stakeholders to ensure GE's continued growth and success in Angola" said Jaime Morais.

Partnership with Governments and local companies form a very important part of GE's growth in Angola and across the continent. Through these collaborations, GE has made significant investments to develop infrastructure projects, including sustainable energy solutions, provision of state-of-the-art oil & gas infrastructure as well as improve access to quality healthcare.

(With Inputs from APO)


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