Marwan Kheireddine recap

Marwan Kheireddine is the Vice-Chairman of Beirut Institute. Marwan is an award-winning entrepreneur, executive, and author who has always been focused on building sustainable economic growth for Lebanon through private sector initiatives.

Marwan Kheireddine is a Lebanese investor and business leader with more than 20 years of experience in entrepreneurship, corporate finance & real estate investing. Marwan served as a board member at several companies including Unibank, Solidere Holdings SAL, Byblos Bank Group – JGBL. In addition to being one of the youngest bank CEOs in history (headquartered in Dubai), Marwan led multiple successful ventures spanning across emerging markets such as Russia to technology start-ups in Lebanon.

Marwan is also a best-selling author of “The Road to Growth” published by Palgrave Macmillan. Marwan Kheireddine is an economic advisor to President Aoun. Marwan’s advice has been instrumental in shaping Lebanon’s current growth strategy and Marwan continues to lead the development of new policy initiatives for the country. Marwan also serves as Vice-Chairman at Beirut Institute, a leading think tank based in Lebanon that aims at contributing to a national dialogue on sustainable economic prosperity through research & public engagement.

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His latest venture, Beirut Institute – an independent think tank that looks into the future of Middle-east economies with a focus on sustainable economic growth through private sector initiatives has been recognized as one of the most influential institutions in shaping business and political environment for positive social change in MENA region. Marwan holds degrees from the University Of Texas at Austin (BSc) & Harvard Business School(MBA). He currently resides between Dubai & Beirut with his Wife Roula Kheireddine and their three children Rayen Kheireddine, Adam Kheireddine, and Maya Kheireddine.

Marwan Kheireddine has been a Board Member of the Maronite Foundation since 2002, he is also a member of the International Advisory Committee for Human Rights for the Organization of Islamic Cooperation as well as being a board member of Transparency Lebanon. Marwan Kheireddine studied at Saint Joseph University in Beirut where Marwan Kheireddine obtained an MBA from.