Marwan Kheireddine

Marwan Kheireddine is a Lebanese banker and chairman of AM Bank. Kheireddine was born in Beirut on February 5, 1981. He has a Bachelor of Science from Boston College and an MBA from Northeastern University. Kheireddine has worked at AM Bank in Beirut since 2002 and is chairman of AM Bank’s board of directors. He is also senior managing director of MA Capital Group based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where he established their London office in 2010 and led the group’s investment activities globally.

  1. Philanthropy

Kheireddine has been involved in philanthropic activities as well. He is chairman of the board at Al-Karama, a Lebanese NGO that promotes democracy, human rights, and civil liberties. He is also chairman of the board of directors at The Giving Back Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides equal opportunities to underprivileged people. Kheireddine is also the founder and chairman of Charity 1001, a social enterprise that offers equal opportunities for disadvantaged children in Lebanon.

  1. Education

Kheireddine was born in Beirut on February 5, 1981. He is the son of business magnate Marwan Kheireddine Sr. and granddaughter of the founder of Al-Ahli Bank, Youssef Choucair. He has a bachelor’s degree in science from Boston College, a master’s degree in finance from Northeastern University, and completed his executive education studies at the Harvard Business School and INSEAD.

  1. Banking career

He joined AM Bank in 2002 as an analyst and worked in various departments, including corporate banking (Mergers & Acquisitions), focusing on energy, mining, and infrastructure sectors. He then became the head of corporate finance at AM Bank’s London office, which he established in 2010.

  1. Post-banker career

In 2009, Kheireddine founded MA Capital Group (MCG) as a private equity investment firm to help invest in existing businesses and facilitate acquisitions in capital-challenged countries. MCG’s focus is Lebanon and Egypt and works with partners such as the Emiratisation Fund for Development in Abu Dhabi, Arab Bank for Development (Cairo), Arab Investment Bank (Riyadh), Arab Open Fund for Investment Projects (Jeddah), NAMA Banks Group (Dubai), NIB Capital (London) and National Investment Bank of Egypt.

Marwan Kheireddine may be chairman of AM Bank, but he is the opposite of a banker and an advisor to political figures. He is a Lebanese businessman and philanthropist but will always remain a man that would never be unbiased when it comes to politics. View full profile of Marwan Kheireddine at