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Jamal Ali Al-Hazeem, Bahrain

Jamal Ali Al-Hazeem, a veteran Banker with over 30 years’ experience, is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bahraini retail and commercial banking institution, BMI Bank having taken on the role in May 2010, with a commitment to build on the Banks strengths as well as deliver on its commitment to provide customers with unique and innovative financial products and services.

Backed by renowned shareholders, BMI Bank is strengthening its franchise in Bahrain by developing and introducing attractive and innovative product and service offerings for Retail and Wholesale customers. The Bank seeks to differentiate itself from the competition on service levels and value.

Jamal was earlier the Managing Partner of Arthur Andersen - Bahrain for 22 years before being appointed as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Economic Development Board (EDB) - Bahrain in 2000. In his next role, Jamal worked in Kuwait with The International Investor and returned back to Bahrain in 2007 to take on the role of CEO of First Investment Bank, a $200 million Sharia-compliant investment bank headquartered in Bahrain.

Jamal was recently appointed as the new Chairman of Gulf African Bank (GAB) the first and largest sharia-compliant Bank in Kenya. In addition, Jamal also serves as the Chairman of leading Kuwaiti company Al Taameer Real Estate Investment Company and is a Board Member at several prestigious organizations including the Bahrain Association of Banks, Nass Corporation and BMI Offshore Bank (Seychelles).

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