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 Marwan Kheireddine

The Lebanese-born banker Marwan Kheireddine is a Lebanese national who was a member of the board of directors of several banks and companies, including HSBC and Credit Suisse. He has also been responsible for establishing AM Bank. As the chairman of this bank, he has led it to more than double its assets through his efforts and overseen a successful IPO on the London Stock Exchange.

Marwan Kheireddine is an influential figure in Lebanon’s banking industry and one of its most celebrated bankers. He graduated from American University with his MBA before joining HSBC Group Limited in Geneva. He then served as chairman of Credit Suisse Group (Middle East), HSBC Bank Middle East Ltd., and HSBC Private Bank, where he was responsible for more than 40% growth in the business of these units. Marwan Kheireddine has also been serving as a member of several boards: American University in Beirut (AUB), the Beirut Institute, and St. George’s University, which is affiliated with AUB. In addition, he established AM Bank in 2008 with his wife while being its chairman to date.

AM Bank

Marwan Kheireddine is the founder and Chairman of AM Bank Sharjah, a private bank specializing in asset management, private banking, and commercial banking. Established in 2008, the bank is rapidly expanding with a presence in various countries. AM Bank has been very successful in its endeavor to meet the challenges of the banking sector, including consolidation and expansion. As of 2012, the bank has grown from $250 million to over $2 billion in assets. Although the bank operates in a highly competitive environment, Marwan Kheireddine has significantly expanded its revenues and profits since its inception.

AM Bank has expanded rapidly across different countries, including the UAE, Oman, Bahrain, and Egypt. AM Bank is considered one of the fastest-growing banks in the Middle East region. Marwan Kheireddine secured authorization to operate as a private bank in Bahrain from the Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB).

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