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Sunday, 11 September 2022

Former investment minister Ashraf Salman chosen to head United Media Services

United Media Services appoints new CEO: Former Investment Minister Ashraf Salman (bio) has been named chairman of state-owned media giant United Media Services, succeeding Hassan Abdalla, who was recently appointed to lead the Central Bank of Egypt, according to Al Mal. Salman served as investment minister between 2014 and 2016 and is currently chairman and CEO of private equity firm AUR Capital.

New board at the French chamber of commerce: The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Egypt (CCIFE) elected a new board of directors, with Said Hanafi (LinkedIn), partner at MHR and Partners in association with White & Case LLP, as president, it said in a statement. TotalEnergies EP Managing Director Romain de La Martinière (LinkedIn) is co-president.

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