CFA Bahrain adds 3 board members
Manama, July 19, 2011
CFA Bahrain, a leading association of local investment professionals, announced three new board members at its recent annual general meeting in Bahrain.
Ali J Al Moulani brings a broad range of experience to the CFA Bahrain board having joined the society after becoming a CFA Charterholder in 2009. He works as a fixed income portfolio manager at the National Bank of Bahrain (NBB).
Hamed Yousef Mashal is a member of Kuwait Finance House's investment team focusing on real estate and private equity investments. He is a project management professional (PMP) and a CFA charterholder.
William Tohmé will join the CFA Bahrain board with over 10 years experience of working within the investment and finance industry. Tohmé is the director of Middle Eastern Institutions at AllianceBernstein, Bahrain and he is a CFA Charterholder since 2009.
Al Moulani, Mashal and Tohmé join the existing board which comprises Khalil Nooruddin, president of CFA Bahrain and the founder and managing partner of Capital Knowledge, Lamees T Al-Baharna, vice president of Risk for Mumtalakat, and Mahmoud Nawar, assistant vice president in the Office of Strategy Management at Arab Banking Corporation.
“We are seeing a growing interest from the Bahraini professionals working within the financial and investment markets joining our society,” said Nooruddin.
“Mashal and Al Moulani with their experience and knowledge will help us to further ensure CFA Bahrain is the kingdom’s pre-eminent association for local investment professionals, which reflects our ongoing commitment to be involved in every aspect of the investment community here in the kingdom and around the GCC,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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