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Commercial International Bank Egypt SAE (COMI.CA)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Hisham Ezz Al Arab

2002 Chairman of the Board and Managing Director

Hussein Abaza

2017 Chief Executive Officer & Member of the Board

Amr El Ganainy

2017 Acting Chief Executive Officer - Institutional Banking

Ahmad Issa

2017 Chief Executive Officer, Retail Banking

Mohamed Sultan

2015 Chief Operating Officer

Pakinam Mahmoud

Chief Risk Officer

Bijan Khorsowshahi

2014 Non-Executive Member of the Board, representing Investment Companies of Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited

Yaser Hashem

2013 Non-Executive Member of the Board

Amani Abou-Zeid

2017 Non-Executive Independent Member of the Board

Magda Habib

2017 Non-Executive Independent Member of the Board

Sharif Kamel

2016 Non-Executive Independent Member of the Board

Jawaid Mirza

2017 Independent Non-Executive Member of the Board

Mark Richards

2016 Non-Executive Independent Member of the Board

Biographies

Name Description

Hisham Ezz Al Arab

Mr. Hisham Ezz Al Arab serves as Chairman of the Board and Managing Director of Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. since September 2002. He joined the Bank in 1999 as Deputy Managing Director and Member of the Board till February 2002. He has over 30 years of experience in global banking activities that he gained in senior positions at JP Morgan, Merrill Lynch, and more recently in Deutsche Bank in the United Kingdom, Middle East, and the United States. Mr. Ezz Al Arab is a Director at MasterCard Middle East and Africa’s Regional Advisory Board since June 2007. Mr. Hisham is a principal member of the American Chamber of Commerce, Member of the Board of Trustees for the American University in Cairo (AUC) since November 2012, Chairman of the Federation of Egyptian Banks since March 2013 and a Member of the Institute of International Finance Emerging Markets Advisory Council since February 2014. He holds a BA in Commerce from Cairo University. in 1977.

Hussein Abaza

Mr. Hussein Majid Abaza serves as Chief Executive Officer & Member of the Board at Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. since March 14, 2017. He was Chief Executive Officer, Institutional Banking at Commercial International Bank Egypt SAE since October 2011 till March 14, 2017. He was Chief Operating Officer at the Bank till October 2011. He was Chairman of CIAM and a member of the High Lending and Investment Committee, the Board Risk Committee and the Board of the CI-Capital Holding Company. In addition to those positions, Mr. Abaza has a long history at CIB where, as General Manager and Chief Risk Officer, he was responsible for bank-wide Credit, Market and Operational Risk, and Investor Relations. He worked as Head of Research at EFG-Hermes Asset Management from March 1995 until October 1999. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from American University in Cairo in 1984. Afterwards, he worked at Chase National Bank of Egypt and underwent intensive training in Belgium, Switzerland, London and New York. Mr. Hussein Abaza is a careered banker with more than 30 years of experience in the financial services industry — including both commercial banking and investment banking — and is well-known in the global financial community. From October 2011. He is the chairman of : Management Committee, High Lending and Investment Committee, Affiliates Committee.

Amr El Ganainy

Mr. Amr El Ganainy serves as Chief Executive Officer, Institutional Banking at Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. Mr. Amr El Ganainy joined CIB in 2004 as General Manager, Financial Institutions Group. In January 2010, he assumed his role as President of the Global Customer Relations Department, before assuming his current role as CEO IB in June 2017. He is the Chairman of International Securities & Services Co. (Falcon Group), a Board Member of CI Capital Holding Co., Board Member of Telecom Egypt Co., Board Member of Misr for Central Clearing, Depositary and Registry Co., Board Member of The Egyptian Holding Co. for Airports and Air Navigation, General Assembly Member of Egyptair Holding Co., Honorary Chairman of Interarab Cambist Association (ICA), Honorary Chairman of Egyptian Dealers Association (ACI Egypt) and a member of the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt. Mr. El Ganainy was the Chairman of CI Asset Management Co., Chairman of Commercial International Brokerage Co., Board Member of TE Data, Executive Board Member of ACI International (The Financial Market Association), Board Member of Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Co. and the Chairman of Capital Securities Brokerage Co. Prior to joining CIB, Mr. El Ganainy worked at the United Bank of Egypt as General Manager, Treasurer and Head of Correspondent Banking, Chief Dealer of Export Development Bank and started his career as a Dealer at Suez Canal Bank.

Ahmad Issa

Mr. Ahmad Issa is Chief Executive Officer - Consumer Banking at Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. since January 8, 2017. He was Chief Financial Officer at the Bank till December 2014. He was Chairman of the board at CORPLEASE and at Falcon, co-founder and Head of Research at CIBC, and Managing Director of investment banking at CI Capital. He is the Co-Chair of the Banking Committee at AmCham, and Chairs the Board Audit Committee at the Civil Aviation Finance Holding Company. He earned his MBA at UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School in 2003 and re-joined CIB in the same year. As a Fulbright scholar, Mr. Issa attended the Program on Investment Appraisal and Management at Harvard University in 1997 and subsequently interned at Merrill Lynch in NY, US. Mr. Issa attended more than 25 executive and leadership development programs including the industry-leading CIB Credit Course in 1994.

Mohamed Sultan

Mr. Mohamed Sultan serves as Chief Operating Officer at Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. since February 2015. He joined the Bank as Head of Consumer Operations in 2008, and within six months, was appointed as Head of Operations Group. Prior to joining CIB, he held the positions of Vice President of Branches Operations & Control Management at Mashreq Bank and The Country Operations Head at National Bank of Oman. Mr. Sultan has attended several leadership programs at Business schools including INSEAD. In 2015-2016, Mr. Sultan lead a major transformation strategy in the IT Division, which added significant value to existing technology and enhanced infrastructure. The aim was a more solid foundation that provides superior services to customers and allowing the business to grow smoothly as the Bank moves forward. Mr. Sultan has also leads the Bank’s strategic Transformational programs, including digital banking, with an aim of maintaining CIB’s role as market leader.

Pakinam Mahmoud

Ms. Pakinam Issamuddine Mahmoud serves as Chief Risk Officer at Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. having been appointed in January 2011. Ms. Essam is a key member of the Bank’s executive committees and an active member of the Bank’s Sustainability Steering Committee and the Board of Trustees of the CIB Foundation. Ms. Essam joined CIB after graduating from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, and has over 25 years of experience in banking and risk management.

Bijan Khorsowshahi

Mr. Bijan Khorsowshahi serves as Non-Executive Member of the Board at Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. representing Investment Companies of Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited since October 21, 2014. He joined Fairfax Financial Holdings Limited in June 2009. He represents Fairfax’s interests as a board member in Gulf Insurance Group K.S.C.P. and Gulf Insurance & Reinsurance Company in Kuwait, Bahrain Kuwait Insurance Company B.S.C, Arab Misr Insurance Group S.A.E. in Egypt, Arab Orient Insurance Company in Jordan, Gulf Sigorta A.S. in Turkey, Alliance Insurance Company P.S.C in United Arab Emirates, as well as Jordan Kuwait Bank in London, and BRIT Limited in the United Kingdom. Prior to joining Fairfax, Mr. Khorsowshahi was the President and CEO of Fuji Fire & Marine Insurance Company Limited, based in Japan. From 2001 until 2004, he was the President of AIG’s General Insurance operations based in Seoul, Korea. From 1997 to 2001, he was the Vice Chairman and Managing Director of AIG Sigorta based in Istanbul, Turkey. He has held various underwriting and management positions with increasing responsibilities at AIG’s headquarters in New York since joining AIG in 1986. He has served on the boards of the Foreign Affairs Council and the Insurance Society of Philadelphia. He has also been a council member of USO in Korea, the Chairman of the insurance committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Korea, and a member of the Turkish Businessmen’s Association. Mr. Khosrowshahi obtained an MBA in 1986, following an Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1983 from Drexel University. He participated in the Executive Development Program at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 2003. He is also a member of the U.K. Chartered Insurance Institute. He is member of Corporate Governance and Nomination Committee, Risk Committee, and the chairman of Compensation Committee.

Yaser Hashem

Mr. Yaser Zaki Hashem serves as Non-Executive Member of the Board at Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. since May 2013. He is Managing partner at Zaki Hashem & Partners Co since 1996 and was Partner from 1989 to 1996. He has experience in legal consultancies of establishing companies, capital markets and merger and acquisition. He participated in formation legal frames for initial public offerings through Egypt Stock Exchange. Mr. Hashem was admitted by the Egyptian Court of Cassation in 2007 and is a member of the Egyptian Society of International Law and the Licensing Executive Society. He was appointed as Member of the New Telecommunication Act Drafting Committee by the Ministerial Decree. He holds LL.B. from Cairo University in 1989. He is member of : Audit Committee, Corporate Governance and Nomination Committee, Compensation Committee

Amani Abou-Zeid

Dr. Amani Abou-Zeid serves as Non-Executive Independent Member of the Board at Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. Dr. Abou-Zeid serves as African Union Commissioner for infrastructure, Energy, Trade and Industry. Dr. Abou-Zeid is an international development expert with 30 years of professional experience mainly in international development organizations. Throughout her professional career, she was responsible for implementing and managing large international programmes as well as establishing and maintaining strategic partnerships. Geographically, her professional experience expands through Africa, France, United Kingdom, and Canada. Dr. Abou-Zeid holds : B.Sc. in Telecommunications Engineering from Cairo University); an MBA in Project Management from the French University for African Development (Université Senghor); a Masters of Public Administration from Harvard University; and a Ph.D. in Social and Economic Development from The University of Manchester, UK. She also has a degree in Arts from Université Sorbonne-Paris IV. Dr. Abou-Zeid has received numerous international awards and recognitions for her leadership and excellence including the Wissam Alaouite de l’Ordre Officier honour from HM King Mohamed VI of Morocco, “Personalité d’avenir” from the government of France and was selected as one of The 50 Most Influential Women in Africa. In 2017, Dr. Abou-Zeid was also named Commissioner to the Global Leaders Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development and received the “Outstanding Alumni Award” from the University of Manchester, UK. She is member of Corporate Governance and Nomination Committee, Compensation Committee.

Magda Habib

Mrs. Magda Habib is Non-Executive Independent Member of the Board at Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. Mrs. Magda Habib is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Dawi Clinics, a chain of primary care clinics established in Egypt in 2016. She has 25 years of expertise in various managerial arenas including strategic brand management, consumer and retail marketing, corporate communications and investor relations. Previously, she was the Co-Founder, Board Member and Chief Commercial, Marketing & Strategy Officer at Fawry Banking and Payment Technology Services. As a co-founder and a key member in the executive team, Mrs. Habib helped establish Fawry as the leading electronics payment platform in Egypt with more than 50,000 payment points nationwide. Mrs. Habib’s journey with Fawry culminated with a successful exit to a consortium of private equity funds in 2015. She spent 9 years as member of Raya Holding’s executive team. Mrs. Habib obtained an MBA from INSEAD, France. She holds a B.Sc. with Honours in Computer Science from The American University in Cairo. She is member of : Corporate Governance and Nomination Committee, and Compensation Committee.

Sharif Kamel

Dr. Sharif Hussein Kamel serves as Non-Executive Independent Member of the Board at Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. since December 31, 2016. He was Non-Executive Member of the Board of Commercial International Bank Egypt SAE since May 2013 till December 31, 2016. He is the Vice President for Information Management, and is former founding dean of the American University in Cairo’s (AUC) School of Business (2009-2014). He was associate dean for executive education (2008-2009) and director of the management center (2002-2008). Before joining AUC, he was director of the Regional IT Institute (1992-2001) and managed the training department of the Cabinet of Egypt’s Information and Decision Support Center (1989-1992). Dr. Kamel participated in establishing several educational bodies including International Institute for Executive Education at American University of Cairo. He is a member of the Egypt-US Business Council (2013-present) and a member of the AACSB International Middle East Advisory Council (2015-present). He is an Eisenhower Fellow (2005). He holds a PhD in Information Systems from London School of Economics and Political Science (1994), and an MBA (1990) and MA in Islamic Art and Architecture (2013) from American University in Cairo. He is chairman of the Operations & Technology Committee and a member of the Audit, Compensation, Corporate Governance & Nomination Committees.

Jawaid Mirza

Mr. Jawaid Ahmad Mirza serves as Independent Non-Executive Member of the Board at Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. He was Non-Executive Member of the Board from 2015 till 2017. He was Non-Executive Independent Member of the Board at the Bank since March 4, 2014 till December 2014. Prior to this, he was Managing Director of Treasurer and Branches, Member of the Board of the Bank since May 15, 2013 till March 4, 2014 and Executive Member of the Board, Board Advisor till May 15, 2013. He has Master degree in Business Administration from Colombia University since 1998. He holds business management courses from reputable institutions including Queens Business School, Wharton Business School etc. He has 35 years of experience. He started his career in Citibank as a Financial Controller in Pakistan, afterward serving in a variety of senior regional positions in ABN-AMRO in Central Eastern Europe, Europe, Central Asia, Middle East and Africa. He later moved to Hong Kong as Corporate Executive Vice President and CFO responsible for the Asian region and Australia/New Zealand. Mr. Mirza was a member of the Top Executive Group of ABN AMRO bank, and a member of ABN AMRO Group Finance Board as well as Group COO Board, and served in Board of Directors with ABN AMRO Pakistan Ltd. He currently serves in the Board of Directors of Eurobank Greece (Athens) as an independent board member and Chair of the Board Risk Committee. He also served in the boards of non-profit organizations namely Artistri Sud (Montreal), Humewood House (Toronto). He is chairman of Audit and member of Risk Committee, Corporate Governance and Nomination Committee, Operations and IT Committee, Compensation Committee, and Operations and IT Committee.

Mark Richards

Mr. Mark William Richards is Non-Executive Independent Member of the Board at Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. since September 30, 2016. He was Non-Executive Board Member at Commercial International Bank Egypt S.A.E. since 2015 till September 30, 2016 and Non-Executive Independent Member of the Board since March 4, 2014 till December 2014. He is Chairman of the Risk Committee and a member of the Audit Committee and the GCC at the Bank. He is Chairman and Chief Executive of IPGL Limited. He was Partner and Global Head of Financial Services at Actis. Mr. Richards spent 18 years at Barclays in various positions such as Director of Group Corporate Development and Group Strategy, Chief Financial Officer, and Head of Strategy, Planning and Corporate Development. With 29 years of global experience in Banking and Financial Services, he serves as Non-Executive Director for a number of companies. He has a first class degree from University of Oxford in modern history and economics. He completed the Accelerated Development Program from London Business School, and Group Level Strategy from Ashridge Management College. He also attended the Professional Services Firms Program at Harvard Business School. He is member of Compensation Committee, Corporate Governance and Nomination Committee, chairman of Risk Committee.