National Corporation for Tourism and Hotels

The National Corporation for Tourism & Hotels (NCTH) was formed in 1996 as a semi-government joint venture with the Abu Dhabi Investment Company.

The shareholders are all UAE Nationals. The National Corporation for Tourism & Hotel's primary objective is to promote Abu Dhabi as an international destination, supervise and manage hotels and provide transportation and catering services.
More about the company
Address: NCTH Building, Airport Road PO Box 6942 , Abu Dhabi, UAE

NCTH

Joint stock

11 December 1996

Public

971 2 4099999

971 2 4099990

ncth@emirates.net.ae

www.ncth.com

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Officers »
Board of Directors Position
Hamdan Bin Mubarak Bin Mohamed Al Nahyan
Chairman
Sultan Bin Sorour Al Dhaheri
Vice Chairman
Abdullah Bin Khalaf Al Otaibah
Board Member
Sultan Ahmad Ghanoum Al Hamili
Board Member
Saeed Bin Ahmed Ghobash
Board Member
   
Management Position
Sultan Ahmad Ghanoum Al Hamili
Managing Director
Fahad Ahmad Al Awadi
Deputy Managing Director
Walid Nicolas Harouni
Director - Hotel Operations
Abduljawad Kahluloyoun
Director - Catering and Services
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Major Shareholders
Name Country
Ghobash Trading and Investment Company
UAE
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UAE
HE SheikhMohammed Bin Sultan Bin Rashed Al Dhaheri
UAE
HE SheikhHamdan Bin Mubarak Bin Mohamed Al Nahyan
UAE
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