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Tuesday, 18 June 2019

Six Egyptians make top 50 influential women in MENA finance list

Six Egyptians have made Financial News’ 50 Most Influential Women in Middle East Finance list:

  • Noha El Ghazaly, head of investment banking at Pharos;
  • Mona Zulficar, chairwoman of EFG Hermes and founding partner of Zulficar & Partners;
  • Yasmin Al Gharbawie, general counsel at Qalaa Holdings
  • Maha Heba EnayetAlla, Banque Misr’s head of strategy;
  • Mervat Zohdy Soltan, chair and CEO of the Export Development Bank of Egypt,
  • Soha Ali, JPMorgan’s Egypt and North Africa country head.

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