• Mustafa Domanic is a Partner at Oliver Wyman’s Dubai office with 15 years of experience across different roles in finance and consulting to leading financial institutions. His primary areas of expertise are corporate strategy, private and public finance & risk management, development of capital markets and market infrastructures. His professional experience spans USA, UK, Turkey, Russia, South Africa and the GCC.
  • His recent work includes:
    • Running IOSCO principles validation of risk management practices for South African CCP
    • Designing governance and organization of a regulatory division within a Middle Eastern stock exchange and running the implementation of the regulatory transition from the Capital Markets Regulator to the exchange
    • Creating a blue print for an innovative SME stock exchange based in UAE financial center
    • Advising a GCC Central Bank and Capital Markets regulator in shaping regulatory response to G20 recommendations on OTC Derivatives reform
    • Developing transformation strategy and operating model for a GCC SWF
    • Building Risk, Compliance capabilities for a GCC SWF
    • Developing the 5-year strategy for the Government sponsored Industrial Development fund in a GCC state
    • Building an International Financial Center strategy for a GCC regulator
    • Developing a long-term national funding capacity strategy for a GCC regulator
    • Developing end-to-end operating model for treasury function for a GCC bank
    • Reviewing risk management for group of funds managed by GCC asset manager
    • Defining new business line launch strategy for a KSA broker
    • Creating Africa financial services acquisition and expansion strategy for large private equity fund with banking assets
    • Developing corporate strategy for mid size Saudi commercial bank
    • Review of corporate strategy for a mid size Saudi Islamic bank
    • Mustafa holds a BA in Economics from the University of Chicago. He is fluent in Turkish and English. Prior to OW he worked for Citadel Investment Group in USA and UK, and 3 Seas Capital Partners in Turkey