Mohamed Nisham was promoted to financial controller at Oaga Art Resort from finance manager. In his new position, Nisham will be in charge of the group's future endeavours and all financial operations, including forecasting, budgeting, financial reporting, and analysis.
Even before activities at the resort began in Q4 2022, Nisham was a crucial member of the Rahvehin' team. He has been carefully collaborating with the management to establish reasonable goals and has made a big contribution to the resort's current success.
Nisham will continue to promote financial performance and assist the expansion and improvement of the resort in her role as financial controller. He will engage with the executive team to plan and carry out strategic initiatives, and he will work closely with other departments to ensure that goals are accomplished.
Nisham began his career as a cost controller assistant in Lux South Ari Atoll in 2011 and worked his way up from there, bringing a wealth of knowledge spanning more than ten years to the position. One of his most notable accomplishments in his previous role as Chief Accounting at Amilla Fushi Resort & Residencies was to produce positive profitability, or EBITDA in 2020 despite the challenges faced during the Covid 19 pandemic.
Nisham stated, "I am thrilled to assume this new position and eager to carry on working with the outstanding team at Oaga. I'm excited to support the resort's continued success and assure its financial stability and expansion.
Oaga Art Resort's Greatest All-Inclusive package redefines what an all-inclusive vacation in the Maldives entails, offering amenities like Creative Expression (art) classes, Take Notes (music) experiences, Thashibari In-Villa Dining to floating meals, options for excursions, motorised watersports and many more.
Oaga Art Resort is located in North Malé Atoll, 45 minutes via speedboat from Malé International Airport. Oaga Art Resort's artistic and creative spaces offer an immersive experience curated by local and visiting artists, as well as Maldivian craftsmen. The resort is located on a small island with 60 villas with beach and over-water options, four dining establishments, and a spa inspired by traditional healing practises.