Mumtalakat strengthens management team
Manama, October 20, 2010
Bahrain Mumtalakat Holding Company (Mumtalakat) has announced two key additions to its executive management team.
Lamees Al Bahrana joins the company as vice president, risk, whilst Dina Kasrawi has been appointed vice president, Corporate Communications.
“We are extremely pleased to have made these two important appointments and look forward to the positive contribution that both Baharna and Kasrawi will make to the Mumtalakat business,” said Talal Al Zain, CEO Mumtalakat.
Lamees Al Bahrana has over 25 years experience within the banking and financial services industry in Bahrain. Her most recent role was VP in Gulf International Bank. Prior to that Lamees was working at Lehman Brothers and Merrill Lynch Bahrain as senior compliance and operations officer and senior account executive responsible for investment advice and marketing of financial products to high net worth individuals.
Al Baharna was awarded her CFA charter in 1996 and is currently the vice president of CFA Bahrain. She is also member of the Basel II Certification Institute. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering from McGill University and is Series 7 and 8 registered with the National Association of Securities Dealers.
Dina Kasrawi has joined from Abu Dhabi General Secretariat of the Executive Council, where she advised on strategic communications. Previously she was director of National Communications for the Bahrain Economic Development Board. She has over 19 years of global experience in communications, strategy and international development, in the GCC, US and Europe. This includes roles as a communications consultant at the World Bank.
Dina holds an MBA from Columbia Business School, New York and an MA in Public Relations and Crisis Management from American University, Washington DC.-TradeArabia News Service
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