Mr. Ahmed Abouzeid

Ahmed Abouzeid is the Chief Executive Officer of Al-Safat Investment Company, a Kuwaiti shareholding company with a portfolio of diversified investments and interests in vital sectors such as real estate and financial markets, as well as providing financial and advisory services.

Ahmed Abouzeid possesses over 25 years of experience in the financial sector, working in banking and investment management industries, contracting & general trading regionally and internationally.

CEO – Alsafat Investment Company / Kuwait

Mr. Ahmed joined Al Safat Investment Co. in 2015, achieving throughout his career a wide range of financial goals & cultivating practical knowledge & experience in this field.  His ethics & dedication granted him the role of Chief Executive Officer, where he presented the Boards of Directors with his vision of strategy development, operational policies and procedures. In addition to launching and managing numerous funds and portfolios. He also played the role of the Chairman’s Advisor for Business Development.

CCO – Corplease Company / Egypt

From 2014 to 2015 he was the Chief Credit Officer for Corplease Company (Leasing arm of The Commercial International Bank- Egypt). Corplease is a broad-based largest leasing company in Egypt with a market share of 40% and annual ROE of approximately 25% and assets in excess of EGP 8 billion.

DDG – Mohamed Abdulmohsin Al Kharafi & Sons- Al Kharafi  Group /Kuwait,

Since 2004 & for 10 years Mr. Ahmed worked at Al Kharafi Group; a private company based in Kuwait with a variety of commercial interests and revenues estimated at $3.3 billion. Mr. Ahmed Abouzeid was the Deputy Director General for Finance & Banking Affairs till 2014. Being a core member in the executive management Mr. Ahmed was developing and refining the corporate vision, strategy and corporate decision making, in addition to monitoring the company’s financial business plans, budgets and forecasts. Mr. Ahmed was directly managing debt portfolio of around $8 billion and supervising subsidiaries’ debt portfolios of around $0.5 billion. Maintaining a constant business relationships with more than 40 local, regional and international banks and financial institutions.

Commercial International Bank (CIB) Head Office – Egypt

Mr. Ahmed started his career in 1995 in (CIB) Head Office – Egypt the largest Egyptian private-sector bank, offering a broad range of financial products and services to its customers. The bank serves more than 500,000 clients and has more than 6,000 employees. Mr. Ahmed held various positions there for a span of 9 years. He was the Assistant Manager, Corporate Banking Group, Senior Credit Analyst, Corporate Banking Group, Commercial Service Assistant, Corporate Banking Group and the Senior Clerk at Letter of Credit Department

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