Fine Hygienic Holding, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of hygienic paper products is proud to announce the achievement of their CEO, James Michael Lafferty, in being featured on Forbes Middle East’s list of the Top 50 International CEOs Heading Local Companies.
On October 16th, Forbes Middle East held their exclusive Global Meets Local event in recognition of CEOs from around the world that are in the Middle East heading up GCC-based companies. The annual event paid tribute to the iconic leaders who have all bolstered the economy and success of the region through their ability to accept, absorb and thrive in another culture and enthusiastically contribute to its peacefulness and prosperity.
“I am incredibly honoured to be featured by Forbes Middle East; it is a distinction I will proudly carry for the rest of my career. I am both humbled and gratified to be recognized for my work, both as the CEO of Fine Hygienic Holding and as an expat who is dedicated to the growth and prosperity of the region I now call home,” stated Lafferty.
The nominees represent the top-tier of global talent who are playing an essential role in building the region’s economies, societies, and skylines. The individual ranking is assigned according to a methodology which takes into account the size of the company, role within the company, accomplishments in the last year and editorial points including engagement with the media, market reputation and impact.
Forbes Middle East is a subsidiary publication of Forbes Media LLC, focusing on the latest news in business, investing, technology, entrepreneurship, leadership and lifestyle cross the MENA region.