Marwan Kheireddine AM Bank Chairman / General Manager Achievements

Marwan Kheireddine is the CEO and President of AmBank, a leading Commercial Bank in Lebanon. From July 2011 to February 2014, Marwan served as Minister of State in the Lebanese government. During his tenure in the Marwan government, he played an essential role in developing finance and economic affairs.

Marwan Kheireddine owns a personal art collection and was recently interviewed about it. He has always had an interest in art and started his group 10 years ago. Marvan bought whatever he could find and put it in his collection. The owner of the collection was also inspired by his father. The value of art is not guaranteed, and in many cases, the purchasing power of emerging artists depends on the mood and general trends in the market. Art has nothing to do with science, so it depends on emotions. The prices are always volatile, resolving them can be very challenging.

With his banking experience, Marwan has been able to gain a foothold in companies that protect the Lebanese banking sector. He also played a crucial role in drafting capital market laws, obtaining government approval, and updating the anti-money laundering law.

Marwan Kheireddine is believed to have always supported economic development by supporting the private sector. He sponsored the establishment and development of Banque du Libon Circular 331. It is a regulation to promote stability in economic development by sponsoring entrepreneurs.

Marwan has been elected several times to serve on the board of the Union of Lebanon. From 1993 to 2013, he was a lecturer in finance at the American University of Beirut. He was elected to various positions in 2005, including the Marwan Middle East Advisory Board and the Olen School of Business, and is still a member of those organizations.

Marwan Kheireddine is on the board of trustees of the American Community School in Beirut. He is also a member of the Lebanese Center Policy Studies.

READ MORE HERE: https://techbullion.com/banking-leader-marwan-kheireddine-reflects-on-bringing-credit-cards-to-lebanon/