Marwan Kheireddine

Marwan Kheireddine is a Lebanese and Arab banker born in a small village called Broumana. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from the Lebanese University and an MBA from the American University of Beirut.

Mr. Kheireddine has been working as a banker since he was twenty-one years old, firstly with the Jordan Bank, then with the Syrian Arab Bank, and finally with Al Mawarid Bank. He started his career as the Controller of Al Mawarid Bank’s branch in Syria before being appointed as its Managing Director and later on as its Chairman & General Manager.

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As Chairman & General Manager of Al Mawarid Bank, he expanded it to Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait. Mr. Kheireddine is credited for bringing stability to the bank’s operations by restructuring its business model to increase efficiency and profitability during his tenure at Al Mawarid Bank (2007–2010). He is also credited for leading Al Mawarid’s efforts in becoming more regionalized by establishing new branches in Lebanon that allowed it to expand beyond Syria without having to invest too much capital there; this led to increased transparency between Syria and Lebanon which made it easier for Syrians living there to make deposits into their Lebanese accounts without having to go through Syrian banks’ branches or any third-party intermediaries such as foreign banks or money transfer agencies (MTOs).

Marwan is a man of vision and a man of action. He is known for being an excellent manager and an efficient businessman. He is also known for being very loyal to his employees, which led him to face some sound criticism from the media in Lebanon and Syria. His continuous efforts to expand the bank’s branches and services to new markets are a significant reason for its success in the past few years.

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