Neveen is a serial entrepreneur. She studied Economics & Political Scienceat Cairo University and is an alumnus of both the London Business School and Harvard University.
Neveen Won various local & International awards, e.g.; named by FT as one of the “Leading Businesswomen in the Arab World” for 2 consecutive years 2007-208 and locally one of the 10 awards presented by the Egyptian Ministry of Investment in March 2007 on the Global Women Day for having positively contributed to the investment environment of Egypt. Awarded in December 2013 by the American Chamber of Commerce title of top “Corporate Women in Egypt” and also same award over the 9 Chambers of the Region. In 2014 nominated by Forbes Middle East as one of the “200 Most Powerful Arab Women”; in January 2016 nominated by Amwal AlGhad Magazine as one of the “The Most Influential 50 Women in the Economic”
She started her career at Commercial International Bank and later founded Delta Securities and ABN AMRO Delta Asset Management.
Served on Boards of Egyptian Exchange (EGX, Banque Misr, Telecom Egypt, TIEC, Regina and Egyptian Arab Land Bank.
Sits on several Boards such as Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority (EFSA), Suez Canal Development Project (SCZone), Arab Moltaqa for Investments and Orange Egypt.
External appointments - Chairperson & MD; 138Pyramids &Delta Shield for Investment - Chairperson of Delta Inspire
Dr Ziad Bahaa El Din
Ziad is an Egyptian Attorney-at-Law and the founder and senior consultant at Thebes Consultancy. He is also senior counsel at Zaki Hashem & Partners Law Firm. To our Board Ziad brings expert knowledge in financial law, governance, compliance and economic legislation.
Ziad received his PhD in Financial Law from the London School of Economics. He holds a LLM in International Business Law from King’s College London, a BA in Economics from the American University in Cairo and a Bachelor of Law from Cairo University. Ziad is a graduate of the Ecole de la Sainte Famille, Cairo.
He was the member of Parliament representing Assiut. Ziad was Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Development and Minister of International Cooperation.
Ziad’s has sat on the Boards of Central Bank of Egypt and the National Bank of Egypt. He was the Executive Chairman of the Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority and the Executive Chairman of the Egyptian General Authority for Investment and Free Zones.
He has been a practicing lawyer in Washington and Egypt where he held the positions of Senior Legal Advisor to the Minister of Economy and Senior Legal Advisor to the Central Bank of Egypt. Ziad was also an adjunct lecturer at the Faculty of Law at Cairo University. External appointments – Board Director of Arabian Cement Company – Board Director of Emaar Misr – Board Director of Samcrete Holding – Board Director of HSBC Egypt – Board Director of National Bank of Egypt United Kingdom – Founder and Board Member of Directors of the Ahmed Bahaa-Eldin Cultural Foundation – Trustee for the American University in Cairo
Abdel-Salam has almost 50 years’ experience working in the banking industry. He holds Bachelor of Arts degree from Cairo University’s Faculty of Commerce. He brings vast corporate, strategy and governance experience to the Board.
Abdel started his career at Gupco and Chase National Bank (CIB) in Cairo, Egypt and left as General Manager (acting CEO). He went on to hold senior roles at Cairo Saudi Bank and later became Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at HSBC Egypt.
Abdel-Salam served on the Board of CBE with Dr Farouk Okda. He was a Member of Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) and Banking Development Committee. Other previous Board roles include Integrated Holding (Al-Borg), National Telecom Regulatory Authority (NTRA) and National Post. External appointments – Board Director of Arab Contractors – Board Director of Arab African International Bank (AAIB) – Board Director of HoldCo for Airports & Civil Aviation – Chairman of Egyptian British Businessman Council – Vice Chairman of British Egyptian Business Association – Board of Trustees for Citadel Foundation – Board of Trustees for Eisenhower Foundation
Chief Financial Officer
Mohy is originally a banker by trade. He holds a BA in Economics from the American University in Cairo and an MBA in Finance from Georgia State University. In 2016, he led and executed the IFC’s investment in the company as a shareholder by way of a capital increase. Mohy created the new corporate treasury, budgeting and financial planning functions. And he is responsible for investments with an integral role in initiatives with global sector players in order to build our utilities portfolio. Mohy career began at HSBC Egypt. He completed the in-house corporate credit course and was promoted several times before being appointed Head of Corporate Banking. He took the lead role in structuring and arranging finance for several large projects and landmark transactions - particularly in construction and property development and cement and steel.
Co-Chief Executive Officer
Amr is an Engineer and holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the American University in Cairo. Since his appointment Amr has [biggest achievements/responsibilities for what? We need something to counter Hassan’s biog here]. He started his career in 2004 at the Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC) as a project engineer. For three years his site duties focused on technical office tasks including cost control, procurement and planning. Amr joined Hassan Allam Construction in 2007 as Head of New Businesses. In this role he spearheaded investments in the cement and sugar sectors. Both projects were used as enablers for the Construction Group’s backlog growth and were later sold for significant profit. Three years later Amr became Managing Director of our specialist buildings construction company. That company grew to represent almost 35% of the group’s backlog and revenue base. It was eventually merged into Hassan Allam Construction – at which point Amr was appointed Co-Chief Executive Officer of Hassan Allam Holding. Amr is now a Board Director of Hassan Allam Construction Group, plus a Board Member of Alcom Energy (a group company that invests in energy and power concessions). External appointments – Board Director of Hassan Allam Properties – Vice President (membership) of the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt – Member of the Young Presidents Organization – Member of the Egyptian Engineers Syndicate – Member of the Egyptian Council for Economic Studies
Chief Executive Officer
Hassan is an Engineer and holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the American University in Cairo. Under his tenure, the company has witnessed transformational double-digit growth and market share and is considered to be the fastest growing construction business in Egypt today. Hassan joined the company in 2002 as a project engineer in the power and industrial sectors. In 2007 he joined our technical department where he was part of the core tendering and proposals team covering Egypt and the MENA Region. At this time the company was preparing to grow further afield - into the GCC and North Africa. Hassan led this transformation. In 2009 he was promoted to Operations Director. He overlooked the group's construction operations in Egypt, and was quickly promoted to Chief Executive Officer and Board Director of Hassan Allam Construction Group. Today, he oversees the company's construction and energy businesses throughout Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and Algeria. And he has spearheaded the introduction of investments in the energy and utilities businesses. Hassan is also Board Director of Alcom Energy (a group company that invests in energy and power concessions).
External appointments – Board Director of Egyptian Contractors Syndicate – Board Director of Industrial Modernization Council-Construction Division – Board Director of Carbon Holdings – Founding member of Entrepreneurs Business Forum Egypt – Member of the Young Presidents Organization – Member of the Egyptian Engineers Syndicate – Member of the Egyptian Council for Economic Studies
Kamal is an engineer by trade and holds a [what qualifications?] from [where?]. Along with his father and other family members he founded Hassan Allam Sons in 1976 – he has been a prominent figure in the Egyptian construction industry ever since.
External appointments – Board Director of the Egyptian Contractors syndicate – Member of the American Chamber of Commerce – Member of the British Egyptian Business Association