Marwan Salim Kheireddine is a Lebanese banker and chairman of AM BANL, the Arab Bank of Lebanon. He was appointed to lead the bank’s efforts to reform and modernize its business practices.
He is also a member of the board of directors of Al-Manar TV, a Lebanese television network. He has been on the board at Al-Sharq al-Awsat, a newspaper owned by his company, for over ten years and he is also on the board at Amaareen TV where he serves as chairman and CEO.
Marwan Kheireddine is well known for his work in such fields as privatization and privatization reform in Lebanon, privatization in general, and privatization in particular before being appointed to AM BANL. His main focus is on privatization reform as one of its major themes.
Marwan Kheireddine was born in Hadera to a family from Beirut who was involved with political movements during the Lebanese Civil War and later fled to Lebanon where they settled. He grew up in Beirut where he attended primary school, high school, and university where he studied economics before completing his studies at the University of Al-Madinah (now Al-Riyadh University) where he obtained a master’s degree in Economics & Finance. After graduating from university, Marwan worked for three years at Citibank before working for several years as an assistant corporate banker at Citibank International while also serving in various government positions in the Lebanese government and Lebanon’s central bank.
Marwan Kheireddine is a member of the Lebanese Chamber of Commerce, an independent organization that was founded by businessmen. He is also a member of the board at Amaareen TV where he serves as chairman and CEO. He is also on the board at AM BANL where he serves as one of its founders . Read more in this article: https://www.tycoonstory.com/entrepreneur/leading-the-charge-how-marwan-kheireddine-introduced-credit-cards-to-lebanon/