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Barakat, Mohamed 

Mr. Mohamed Kamal Eldeen Barakat serves as Non-Executive Member of the Board, Representing Egypt Government of the Company. He is currently Deputy Chairman & Managing Director of Arab International Bank since October 2014. Barakat is over 37 years of professional banking experience. He has a strong record of achievement in Senior Managerial Positions. General Manager of Egyptian American Bank, Vice Chairman & Managing Director of Egyptian Gulf Bank, Chairman and CEO of Banque Misr from December 2002 till September 2014, Chairman and General Manager of Banque Misr Liban from May 2003 till April 2015, Chairman of Supervisory Board of Misr Bank Europe – Frankfort from December 2003 till June 2007, Chairman Banque du Caire from September 2005 till September 2011. Barakat was a Board member of Central Bank of Egypt December 2003-November 2011 during which was appointed as a member of the Banking Reform Committee and the Audit Committee, Board member of the Egyptian Banking Institute January 2003 till January 2016, Board member and elected Vice Chairman Cairo Amman Bank from 2005 till 2014, Board member of the Anti-money Laundry unit 2008 – 2014, Chairman of the Federation of Egyptian Banks from April 2005 till March 2011, Vice Chairman of the Union of Arab Banks from 2007 till 2013 , Chairman of the Union of Arab Banks from 2013 till April 2016, Advisory Board Member of Master Card International (Middle East & Africa) from March 2011 till date, Board member of Visa International (CEMEA Regional Board) from 2003 till 2008, Advisory Board Member of Visa - Middle East & Africa ( CEMEA Advisory Forum ) from 2008 till December 2010. Barakat holds a Bachelor degree in Accounting from Alexandria University in 1974 and an MBA degree from University of San Francisco – USA in 1977.

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