Marwan Kheireddine was born in Tripoli, Lebanon, and raised in Beirut. As a third-generation banker, Marwan is recognized as one of the top leaders in banking today. Before joining Al Mawarid Bank, he served as CEO of Riyad Capital Group, a leading investment bank in the Middle East and North Africa region with a strong presence in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. Here we will discuss what it takes to be successful at any level when you are working for an organization that has been around for over 100 years.
- Strengthened Lebanon’s Banking Sector with Regional Reach
Marwan Kheireddine’s involvement with the Mawarid Group began in 1993 when he joined Riyad Bank as General Manager. During his tenure, Marwan has played a key role in growing Riyad Bank locally and regionally by building strong customer relationships while reinforcing Riyad Bank’s commitment to corporate clients, private banking clients, middle-market companies, and retail banking customers. He also successfully restructured the group’s operations, which led to a strengthened banking sector with a regional reach.
- Pioneered Digital Banking & Achieved Stronger Customer Loyalty
In 2002, Marwan Kheireddine joined Al Mawarid Bank as Deputy CEO and played an instrumental role in developing its digital banking strategy. He was tasked with leading the implementation of Al Mawarid’s successful multi-channel banking strategy and subsequently launched a robust ATM network, mobile phone banking, a new internet bank, and the first-ever acceptance of e-invoicing in Lebanon. These initiatives have strengthened customer loyalty while helping to build a strong online presence for the Bank.
Al Mawarid Bank’s history is very rich and Marwan Kheireddine has only continued the trend by constantly strengthening its digital banking sector and customer service. He has also successfully established a leadership role for Riyad in Saudi Arabia when it comes to providing capital market services. With this experience, we are sure that he will have many great successes with Al Mawarid Bank in the years to come.