“I am pleased to welcome Ayman Sejiny as Chief Executive Officer of Ibdar Bank. Ibdar is building a fresh thinking, world class management team, and the appointment of Sejiny to the helm of the Bank is aligned with that vision. Ayman has demonstrated strong business and financial talent and a proven track record of investment and management experience that will further strengthen our capabilities and support strategic success,” said Tareq Sadeq, Chairman, Ibdar Bank.
Sejiny brings over 24 years of Investment and Corporate Banking experience, having held senior roles in a number of leading local, regional and international financial institutions such as Barclays, CITI Bank and ABN Amro.
Before his appointment with Ibdar, Sejiny was the Group CEO of Bahrain-based Bank Alkhair, which has a presence in Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Turkey and Malaysia. Prior to this he was Board Member and Chief Executive Officer of Barclays Capital Saudi Arabia where he managed Barclay’s three business sectors consisting of Barclays Capital, Barclays Wealth, and Barclays Sales and Treasury.
He is also the Chairman of Bahrain Financing Company Group (BFC), holds positions on various boards regionally and internationally, and has spoken at numerous banking and finance conferences in Bahrain, KSA, UAE, UK and the USA.
“It is an honour to join the Ibdar team. Ibdar is built on strong foundations, a unique approach and high standards of excellence, and I look forward to strengthening the Bank’s footprint in the Islamic banking and investment domain. My focus will be to further hone the investment strategy, and spearhead efforts to develop the Debt Capital Market (DCM), Equity Capital Market (ECM), Private Equity, Asset Management and Treasury and Capital Market business lines. Building on Ibdar’s track record and execution platform, we are well placed to deliver the right opportunities to our investors, and ensure the Bank continues to build its reputation as one of the region’s most ethical, innovative and results-driven Islamic institutions,” said Sejiny.
Originally published on www. cpifinancial.net