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Board of directors
Board authority is presently vested in eight individuals, two of whom are executive directors and the remaining six, non-executive members. Key responsibilities of directors include developing strategic direction, monitoring performance, and developing both internal and external communications.

Salim Sfeir
Chairman of the Board of Bank of Beirut (UK) and Chairman and CEO of Bank of Beirut sal

Fawaz Naboulsi
Deputy Chairman of Bank of Beirut (UK) and Deputy CEO of Bank of Beirut sal.

Sophoklis Argyrou
Managing Director and CEO. Formally General Manager UK Branch of Cyprus Popular Bank, With extensive experience in credit, risk and strategy

Martin Osborne
Executive Director - Finance and Operations with 25 years of experience at Bank of Beirut including oversight of HR, Finance, IT & Operations

John Trench
Independent NED and Chairman of the ARCC. Over thirty years' experience at HSBC before managing audit, risk and compliance roles at British Arab Commercial Bank

Tony Bush
Independent NED and Chairman of the Credit Committee. Over forty years experience in banking and finance with particular specialty in Middle Eastern banks, including Emirates Bank and Arab Banking Corporation

Ramzi Saliba
Independent NED .Has formerly held directorships at several banks including BIT Bank, Audi Saradar Investment Bank and Bank Audi LLC(Qatar)

Antoun Samia
Head of Risk Management at Bank of Beirut s.a.l


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Frankfurt Branch
Operating as a branch of Bank of Beirut (UK) Ltd, Frankfurt office is the only branch of a Lebanese –owned bank in Germany; It holds a full banking license granted by the PRA and FCA in UK and the BaFin in Germany.

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