After serving as a state minister in the Lebanese government, Marwan Salim Kheireddine is the chairman and the CEO of AM Bank, a top-notch bank that operates even out of Lebanon.

While working for the government, Marwan Salim Kheireddine played a pivotal role in many economic, financial and fiscal issues. He protected Lebanon’s banking sector by introducing new policies, which reinforced how they abided by the universal standards and banking laws. From his banking experience, the knowledge enabled him to develop regulations such as; the Capital Markets Law Cross-Border Cash Limitation Law and bring the Anti-Money Laundering Law up to date. He later secured their approval of those regulations in the Lebanon government.

Marwan Salim Kheireddine played a significant role in supporting the establishment of Banque du Liban Circular 331, with a purpose to finance entrepreneurs, which would, in turn, bring about sustainable economic growth. His proposals in the circular were to offer incentives to banks to invest in enterprises that are venturing in technology and capital funds. Being a supporter of economic growth, he empowered the private sector, which placed him in a better position which made him elected to serve on the board of Lebanon’s Association of Banks and American University of Beirut lecturer for a whole decade.

Today, Marwan Salim Kheireddine serves as a board member in many institutions which are not limited to the list below:

The American University of Beirut

The Olayan School of Business

The Middle East Advisory Board

The Trustees of the American Community School at Beirut

The Lebanese Center for Policy Studies

Marwan Salim Kheireddine is also enriched with an outstanding resume attained at Richmond University in the UK and Columbia Business School in New York, where he earned a BA in Business Administration and Economics and an MBA, respectively. More information: