Marwan Kheireddine, a Lebanese Businessman and Politician
Marwan Kheireddine was the minister of state from July 2011 to February 2014. He is presently Chairman and CEO of AM Bank, Lebanon’s leading commercial bank.
He contributed to many economic, financial, and fiscal matters throughout his time in office. Because of his financial skills, he was qualified to advocate for policies that protect Lebanon’s banking sector and strengthen its tenure with laws and norms. He had a crucial role in drafting and obtaining governmental approval for the Capital Markets, the Cross-Border Cash Limitation, and the Anti-Money Laundering Laws.
He was a firm believer in empowering the private sector to foster economic growth. Marwan Kheireddine spearheaded the establishment of Banque du Liban Circular 331, an autonomous financial aide that promotes the growth of entrepreneurial enterprises.
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Kheireddine has been a prominent figure in Lebanese Business and Politics for decades. He has played an active role in various public and private sector organizations such as The Association of Banks in Lebanon, The Corporate Governance Council, and Olayan School of Business.
In 2005, Marwan was elected into the American University in Beirut. He currently sits on the Olayan School of Business board as an advisor. In 2012, He was elected to the Board of Trustees of the American Community School in Beirut.
Kheireddine has been elected to serve on the Association of Banks of Lebanon board multiple times. He taught Finance at the American University in Beirut from 1993 to 2013. He’s a board member of the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies, which has advocated for judicial reforms, transparent budget process, decentralization, and local governing.
Marwan Kheireddine earned an undergraduate degree in the UK from Richmond University in Business Administration and Economics. He also got an MBA from Columbia Business School in New York. He has founded many different businesses in various industrial fields. The franchise of Virgin Megastores in Lebanon, which he owns 80% of its shares, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which he solely owns.