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Tuesday, 10 April 2018

Sahar El Damati resigns from Banque Misr

MOVES- Sahar El Damati has resigned from her position as Vice Chairman at Banque Misr. According to a copy of the resignation letter printed on Youm7, El Damati left to pursue a career in academia. El Damati was Vice Chairman for just under a year.

MOVES- Omar Ramzy was appointed head of Banque du Caire’s corporate credit division at the beginning of this month, Al Mal reports. He previously headed Credit Agricole Egypt’s structured finance and syndications division.

MOVES- The Egyptian Arab Land Bank has tapped Hana El Helaly as head of institutional relations and executive advisor to the bank’s chairman, Al Mal reports. El Helaly previously held positions at the Social Fund for Development and as an advisor to the UN.

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