Management & Shareholders

Ahmed Firaq is a Maldivian entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist who initiated his career at the age of 22. He is the primary shareholder and Managing Director of TLM.

Ahmed Firaq started his business venture as a proprietor who owned a small retail shop. His interest in making and saving money led to the formation of TLM, his most lucrative company today.

In order to support the continued growth and exploit the various possibilities presented to this aspiring company. TLM was registered as a private limited company on 20 September 2002.

Ahmed Firaq is noted for his adherence to attentive and rigorous philosophies towards committing to his company.

Firaq is also a discreet philanthropist, having pledged to gives to philanthropic causes, primarily within the Maldives.

Throughout his career in entrepreneurship and business ventures, a recurring theme has been working on urgent problems and being more innovative about delivering services to people who need them.

Symbolizing a one-stop mart for solutions, TLM, who's estimated worth is over 70 million Maldivian Rufiyaa today, always has the ability to accelerate its progress, and is a fast growing and highly sought enterprise.

The business vision development of this privately held up and coming company has a compelling business model, a strong and attentive team, diverse customers, and is looking forward to gain strategic partnerships and gain precious investment capital so as to live its name.

Since 2011, the Maldivian headquartered TLM has grown its assets of vessels, lands and building and diving centers (sole owner-ship by the company) to MVR 98 million in annual revenue by the end of 2011. The total value of non-current assets of over MVR 73,000,000 is on the books for the year 2012.

The company's Managing Director Ahmed Firaq, who is one of the founders, is considered young in the profession, and TLM has yet to revenue and appears to have promising future.

 


 
 
 
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