Al Masraf accepts the resignation of its CEO

The board decided to appoint Abdelrazzak Trabelsi who currently holds the position of Assistant General Manager


The Arab Bank for Investment and Foreign Trade (Al Masraf) announced that the Bank’s board of directors accepted the request for the resignation of Faisal Galadari from his position as Chief Executive Officer of the Bank due to personal reasons.

The board decided to appoint Abdelrazzak Trabelsi who currently holds the position of Assistant General Manager – BPR & Quality, as acting CEO, immediately until the appointment of a new Chief Executive Officer is completed.

Farhat Omar Ben Gdara, Chairman of Al Masraf, said: "On behalf of the members of the Board and all employees of the Bank, I extend my sincere thanks and gratitude to Faisal Galadari for his tangible efforts and dedication during his tenure as CEO of Al Masraf."

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