Marwan Kheireddine works at AM Bank as its chairman and chief executive officer. AM Bank is among the top commercial banks that operate out of Lebanon. Marwan Kheireddine has sufficed in the Government of Lebanon as the state minister. It was for about three years, from July 2011 to February 2014.
While serving as a Minister of State, Marwan Kheireddine held a significant and critical role in handling finance, fiscal matters, and the economy. Due to his banking background, he was able to push for those policies that would protect the banking sector in Lebanon.
For instance, Marwan Kheireddine was a key participant when the laws involving the Capital Market, Anti-Money Laundering, and Cross-Border Cash limitations were being drafted. He also sought approval from the government regarding the laws mentioned above.
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Marwan Kheireddine believed in empowering the private sector, which helped promote economic growth. For this reason, he supported the conception of Banque du Liban Circular 331. The Banque du Liban Circular 331 is a regulation whose aim is to encourage sustainable economic growth through capitalizing on entrepreneurs.
Additionally, Marwan Kheireddine has been an affiliate of the Association of Banks of Lebanon board for several terms after being elected severally. From 1993 to 2013, Marwan Kheireddine worked at the American University located in Beirut as a Lecturer in Finance.
Marwan Kheireddine has been of service up to today as an affiliate of the board to the Middle East Advisory Board in Olayan School of Business at American University, located in Beirut. He was elected into this position in the year 2005.
In 2012, Marwan Kheireddine joined the American Community School in Beirut as a member of the Board of Trustees. Moreover, he is a member of the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies board. This center is an institution tasked with coming up with initiatives that help reform the judiciary, ensure that the budgeting process is carried out transparently, and invent initiatives involving local governance.
To conclude, Marwan Kheireddine studied in the UK at Richmond University for a course in Business Administration and Economics, a Bachelor’s Degree course. He has also studied at Columbia Business School in New York for an MBA.