Hassan Abdalla (CEO of the Arab African International Bank). Syllabus:
- The Egyptian Banker and Businessman Hassan Abdalla (Muslim)
- The Arab African International Bank
- The Foundation “We owe it to Egypt”
Sample of the Sub-subject: Hassan Abdalla (Egypt):
Sub-Subject Description: Hassan Abdalla (Egyptian Businessman):
- Hassan Abdalla was born in 1960 in Cairo, Egypt.
- He is the Managing Director (CEO) and Vice President of the Arab African International Bank, one of the largest financial banks in the MENA region (the Middle East and North Africa).
- Hassan Abdalla (Sunni Muslim)
is a world renowned economist, Banker, and a
- Arab African International Bank has an important presence in the Middle East.
- Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA) holds 49% of the shares of the Arab African International Bank.
- In 2002, Hassan Abdalla introduced the concept of “sustainable finance,” seeking a balance between the value of the tangible and intangible, with a focus not only on profit but also on society and the environment.
- Because of their strong belief in Corporate Social Responsibility and the role of business towards society, Mr Abdalla founded the “We Owe it to Egypt” Foundation
focused on health and education.
- The African Businessman Hassan Abdalla belongs to the
East African Economic Area of the African Civilisation.
The Muslim Businessman - Egyptian: Tarek Moustafa, Mansour. Sawiris