Marwan Kheireddine is a banker who is the chairman and CEO of AM Bank. He was also the chairman of Al-Khalij Commercial Bank from 2005 to 2007. Kheireddine completed his undergraduate studies in economics at the American University of Beirut and then attended Columbia Business School for his MBA.
Marwan Kheireddine also served on the board of Beruit Bank in Lebanon and Al-Fateh Co. for Investment Development in Egypt. Kheireddine is married and has three children.
Marwan Kheireddine, chairman of AM Bank and Al-Khalij Commercial Bank, says Jordan is one of the most important financial hubs in the region with international banks, such as BNP Paribas and Deutsche Bank. Connect on Linkedin to see full profile of Marwan Kheireddine
Marwan Kheireddine has been serving as chairman of the board of directors of Al-Khalij Co. for Investment Development and Al-Zour Group since 2009. He served on the board of directors of Maroc Telecom Holding and the board of directors of Amman Bank.
He served as chairman of the board of directors of Al-Khalij Commercial Bank from 2005 to 2007. He served as a member of the board of directors and director on the investment committee of GIB Capital, which is a subsidiary company that belongs to Faisal Islamic Bank.
He was also a member of the advisory board at Arab Funds for Economic and Social Development since 2002. Kheireddine has been serving as an independent member of the board of directors at Investment Fund for Insurance and Reinsurance Companies since 2013.
The Jordanian economy has managed to recover from the 2013 crisis, while the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria is threatening regional stability. The country’s financial institutions and markets have withstood the challenges and become more resilient, according to AM Bank chairman Marwan Kheireddine.
Kheireddine says Jordanian banks face many challenges since many foreign policies do not favor investment in the region. He expects to see more foreign banks operating in Jordan soon. Australian banks are very interested in doing business there, he said.