Mohammed Khasawneh is the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) at Injazat since 2021, where his role entails allocating the company’s resources toward the most profitable businesses and investments while mitigating the associated risks. Upon joining Injazat in 2017, he established the Strategic Finance Department that becomes the investment arm of the company as well as the key enabler department to drive and execute corporate strategies.
Following the establishment of the department, Mohammed played a major and strategic role in the efforts that secured and launched the Injazat’s first two Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) projects (Hassantuk1 and Malaffi2) in 2017. The accomplishments of these two PPP projects paved the path toward developing the vision and strategy for Injazat’s new direction as an orchestrator of end-to-end digital solutions. Additionally, Mohammed led several other strategic initiatives that have helped Injazat establish a positive financial and governance impact across multiple business areas and verticals.
Mohammed’s career spans more than 15 years across a variety of industries in which he has gained critical experience in leading capacities for distinguished organizations such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC), Ernst & Young (EY), and Global Aerospace Logistics LLC (GAL). During his tenure with these organizations, he has been recognized and awarded for his outstanding performance and valuable contributions to their growth and achieving strategic business targets.
Mohammed holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Central Arkansas in the United States, and a Bachelors degree in Finance from University of Jordan in Amman. Mohammed is passionate about being a positive contributor to his surrounding community, and has participated in many charitable initiatives with different stakeholders. In his spare time he also enjoys traveling and doing sports (specifically in Martial Arts; where he holds 3rd Degree Black belt in Taekwondo and received many medals in international and national competitions).
1 Hassantuk: a smart city initiative for protecting lives and properties across the UAE by connecting all buildings & properties to Hassantuk Alarm Receiving center (ARC) via an Alarm transmission equipment (ATE) which is installed in each building.
2 Malaffi: a Healthcare initiative for building a centralized Health Information Exchange platform (One unified medical record for each patient) that will connect all healthcare providers in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.