Marwan Kheireddine is a Lebanese banker and chairman of AM Bank

Marwan Kheireddine Lebanon – AM Bank .He began his banking career with Citibank, N.A. in 1975 as a credit analyst, leaving the bank as an executive vice president and chief financial officer of Citibank Middle East Limited in 1996. In 1997, he was appointed CEO and managing director of Bank Audi before being appointed chairman in 1999 and serving until October 2005 when he joined AM Bank (then known as Arab African International Bank) as its chairman until his retirement on March 31st 2010.

In 2012 Marwan Kheireddine founded “The Kheireddine Foundation” which aims to support educational projects for disadvantaged children across Lebanon and to promote excellence through education at all levels by supporting scholarships for gifted students nationwide through The Kheireddine Scholarship Program

Kheireddine was born in Beirut, Lebanon in 1953 to Salim Kheireddine and Zeinab Gharib. He grew up in Beirut, where he completed his higher education at the American Community School. He obtained a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania, graduating summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. Kheireddine then attended Harvard Business School, earning an MBA with distinction in 1982.

After completing his studies at Harvard Business School, Kheireddine joined his family business – the Kheireddine Group – as head of its international banking division. In 1986 he became CEO of the group’s flagship company, AM Capital Management Company (AMCMC), overseeing its operations until 1994 when he assumed the position of vice-chairman until 1997. In 2002 he returned to AMCMC as CEO until 2005 when he was appointed chairman of AMCMC/AM Bank and headed both companies until 2009 when he resigned from AMCMC/AM Bank to focus on AM Bank only. In 2010 he was appointed chairman of Al Baraka Bank, a position he held until 2015, when he was appointed chairman of Al Baraka Banking Group Holding S.A.L. (“ABG Holding”). For More information, please visit at