Everything You Need to Know About Marwan Kheireddine
Marwan Kheireddine is a Lebanese entrepreneur and professor at the American University of Beirut. He is a massive supporter of the youth, and his main aim is to empower young leaders, especially in the bossiness sector. During his time at the American University of Beirut, he taught over ten courses, mainly about finance. Many of these courses covered areas such as mercantile banking, management of risks, and introduction to financial analysis.
He says that over 1,200 students passed through his classes during that time, and most of them are in contact with him. He also states that nothing is more satisfying than knowing that you have positively influenced another person. Kheireddine has also been working on Beirut’s stock exchange board. He has also worked on the board of trustees at AUB Business School for ten years.
Marwan Kheireddine is one of the members of the board of directors of an international and nongovernmental organization known as the Lebanon chapter of Endeavor, whose main aim is fostering entrepreneurship in Lebanon. Marwan has established Virgin Megastores in Lebanon, which has created jobs for the people of Lebanon, mainly the youths.
Marwan Kheireddine was issued a hand in organizing hundreds of concerts. For example, he was among the organizers of a concert featuring “Summer of 69” singer Bryan Adams. This concert became a very significant part of Lebanon’s pop culture. Marwan Kheireddine is also the CEO of Al Mawarid Bank. In his CEO role, combined with his great passion for the art scene in the Middle East, he has been able to create a life that he enjoys and help other people achieve their financial goals.
Before joining the bank, Marwan was the Minister of State in Lebanon. He was in charge for three years, and in 1992 he left. He aims for higher success because of his work as the Minister of State. Some of the main agendas were economic growth. Read more HERE: https://thebossmagazine.com/marwan-kheireddine-why-investing-in-lebanons-youth-matters/