Marwan Kheireddine

AM Bank’s Chairman & Chief Executive Officer is Marwan Salim Kheireddine, a large commercial bank situated in Lebanon. He served in the Lebanese government as a Minister of State from July 2011 to February 2014. During his administration, he was involved in various economic, financial, and fiscal concerns. He was uniquely positioned to collect support for policies that would safeguard Lebanon’s banking sector and strengthen the country’s adherence to international laws and norms because of his banking expertise. He was essential in the development and approval of the Cross-Border Money Limitation Law, the Financial Markets Law, and the Anti-Money Laundering Law.

Marwan Kheireddine a fervent believer in supporting economic growth through private industry empowerment, was a pivotal contributor to the development of Banque du Liban Circular 331, a rule designed to boost long-term economic growth by financing entrepreneurs. The circular is revolutionary in that it allows and encourages institutions to invest in technology companies, incubators, and accelerators. Venture capital funds are available. Kheireddine has been on the Lebanon Association of Banks board on many occasions. He taught finance at the American University of Beirut from 1993 to 2013.

In 2005, Kheireddine was appointed to the Middle East Advisory Board of the Olayan School of Business at the American University of Beirut, where he now serves. In 2012, he was elected to the Board of Trustees of the American Community School in Beirut. He also serves on the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies board, a think group credited with starting several advocacy campaigns for judicial reform, budget transparency, and municipal government.

Marwan Kheireddine earned a BA in Business Administration and Economics from Richmond University in the United Kingdom and an MBA from Columbia Business School in New York. Marwan Kheireddine is a man who combines achievement and ethics with knowledge and ongoing challenge in one hand and modesty in the other. More Business News: