- Chairman & CEO ENH
- Speaking at: KEYNOTE: ACCESS TO SUSTAINABLE ENERGY IN DEVELOPING ECONOMIES
- Omar Mithá was born in Mozambique in 1967, he holds a degree in Economics from Eduardo Mondlane University (1992, Mozambique) and a Post-Graduate Degree in Management from ISCTE (2005, Portugal). He is the CEO/Chairman of ENH, the NOC from the Republic of Mozambique, since August 2015. He is also Chairman of ENH Logistics and Non-Executive Board Member of Matola Gas Company (MGC) and Portos de Cabo Delgado (PCD). Until August 2015, he was the Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade. Before joining the Government, from 2008 to 2013 he was the former Chief-Economist and in charge of the Investment Banking of Millennium BIM dealing with credit for large projects, advisory, project finance and research. Prior to that, from 2006 to 2007 he was an Investment Officer at the IFC office in Maputo. Between 2000 and 2005 he was working as a consultant to the World Bank on behalf of International Development Ireland to develop SME´s through a matching grant scheme for technology transfer. Previously, he worked for Ernst & Young as a consultant, and was the Manager and Advisor for several companies between 1992 and 1996.