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Monday, 26 August 2019

Mohamed Abdel Fattah named Finance Minister’s assistant for budget

MOVES- Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouly has appointed the Finance Ministry’s head of the budget division, Mohamed Abdel Fattah, as assistant minister for budget affairs, the local press reported. Abdel Fattah will hold the position for one year. Ali El Sisi will assume the position of budget division head in Abdel Fattah’s place.

Nevine El-Messeery will officially leave her position as CEO of Ahli United Bank (AUB) next month, banking sources told Masrawy. El-Messeery previously served as CIB’s general manager of corporate banking.

Planning Minister Hala El Said has issued a decision to appoint Moshira Karara as her assistant for economic affairs, the Planning Ministry said in a statement. Karara will hold the position for one year.

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