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Wednesday, 5 February 2020

10 Egyptians make it to Forbes Middle East 100 Power Businesswomen list

KUDOS- Ten Egyptians make it to Forbes Middle East Power Businesswomen list: Egyptian women have worked their way up to becoming some of the most powerful businesswomen in the Middle East, topped by Zulficar & Partners founding partner and EFG Hermes chairperson Mona Zulficar, who ranked #24 on Forbes’ list of powerful MENA businesswomen. Also making the list:

  • #31: Pakinam Kafafi, CEO of Taqa Arabia
  • #33: Elham Mahfouz, CEO of Commercial Bank of Kuwait
  • #40: Yasmine and Farida Khamis, Oriental Weavers
  • #53: Hend El Sherbini, CEO of LSE-listed IDH
  • #60: Mervat Zohdy El Sayed Soltan, chairperson of the Export Development Bank of Egypt
  • #69: Reem Asaad, Middle East and Africa vice president at CISCO
  • #75: Hoda Mansour, managing director of SAP Egypt
  • #81: Abir Lehita, CEO of Egytrans
  • #92: Noha El Ghazaly, managing director of Pharos Holding.

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