Khaled has over 24 years of solid experience in the financial sector. He is the Managing Director of Misr for central clearing, depository and registry.
Prior to that, he was the Chairman of Sameem, Egypt’s first activist investment firm. Throughout his career, Khaled held various positions in banking, private equity and capital markets. He was the CEO of CORECAP, a leading alternative investment firm in Dubai, Board Member and CEO of Amwal Investment Bank in Qatar, Vice President of Abraaj Capital and Manager of Direct Equities in Dubai Islamic Bank. He started his career as a corporate banker at CIB in Egypt.
His transactional track record includes leading Amwal to become the premier investment bank in Qatar and participating in realizing a 101% IRR on its sale. He has also participated in underwriting the US$ 337M Ithmaar Bank IPO, managing the QAR 1bn first Qatari mutual fund and Dubai Islamic Bank’s US$ 150M proprietary private equity book. He also led the acquisition of a strategic stake in Tameer-Bahrain, the first real estate company to go public on the Bahraini stock exchange and in financing Sokhna Port, the first BOOT port in Egypt.
Under his leadership, CORECAP was acknowledged as a New Champion by the World Economic Forum and selected as a member of the community of GGC in 2008 and Amwal was awarded the “Leading Investment Firm in Qatar”.
In 2009, Khaled was awarded “Entrepreneur CEO of the Year” by ITP. He was also chosen as one of the Gulf’s 50 Most Admired Executives by CEO Middle East magazine. He was voted a Young Arab Leader by the YAL Association – UAE. He is a board member of the UAE chapter of the CEO Club. He is also a member of the UAE French Business Council. Khaled holds a MBA from ESLSCA University in France and a BA in Business Administration (English Section) from Helwan University in Egypt.