Marwan Kheireddine is a lover of art and a great entrepreneur in Lebanon. His passion for art was influenced mostly by his father and that how he eventually found himself loving Mustafa Farrukh, a leading Lebanese artist at the time. He values the arts as a multi million dollar investment.
As part of his education, he has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and economics from Richmond University, United Kingdom, and also an MBA from Columbia Business School in New York. Being an entrepreneur, he founded Virgin Megastores in Lebanon, and currently he is the chief executive officer of Al Mawarid Bank.
He has worked in the board of the Beirut Stock Exchange as a financial advisor between the years 1994 and 1999. Between 1993 and 2013, he taught finance in American University of Beirut. He was one of the people who founded the Young Presidents Organization in 1999, Young Arab Leaders and he served as co-chair and finance officer. In 2012, he was nominated to the board of Trustees at the American School of Lebanon. Kheireddine also participated in the founding of the Board of the Lebanon Chapter of Endeavor, which was intended to support entrepreneurship. Marwan worked as a member of the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies, which advocated for judicial reforms, democratic governance, and a clean budgetary process. Connect on linkedin to view full profile of Marwan Kheireddine
Marwan has played a role in the creation of BDL Intermediary Circular 331, which is aimed at financing entrepreneurs to help sustain economic growth. He worked as a Minister of State and was involved in more than twenty cabinet committees. A few examples include the Budget Committee and the Public Private Partnership Committee. He developed a National Social and Economic Plan, a Cross-Border Limitation Law, an Anti-Money Laundering Law and a Lending Law aimed at social and economic growth by protecting the banking sector.