Mashreq appoints Head of Mashreq Al Islami Segment and UAE National Segment

Monday 14 May 2018
Subroto Som and Ibrahim Al Mheiri
Dubai - MENA Herald:

Mashreq Bank, the UAE’s leading financial institution, today announced the appointment of Mr. Ibrahim Al Mheiri as the new Head of Mashreq Al Islami Retail Segment and UAE National Segment.

With over 15 years of experience in Retail and Commercial banking, Ibrahim has held senior positions at other leading banks in the UAE, Egypt, and Oman. He has also worked for Mashreq in the past, holding the role of Product Manager for Retail Assets, Liabilities and Investments. Prior to joining Mashreq Bank, he served as the Unit Head of Commercial Banking at Al Masraf Bank.

Skilled in Products, Sales and Risk Management, Ibrahim has a comprehensive understanding of the Retail, SME and Commercial segments. He has a wealth of experience in managing and selling a wide variety of products, global and local alike. Additionally, he has expertise in managing branch services for Commercial clients.

Mashreq Bank’s Head of Retail Banking Group, Subroto Som, said: “We are proud to welcome Ibrahim Al Mheiri back to Mashreq. He brings a wealth of experience in commercial and retail banking to the team. Ibrahim will be responsible for our Retail Islamic Banking and will also be leading our UAE National segment. I am confident that he will help us achieve our long-term strategic goals and focus further on Islamic and National segments. Al Mheiri’s appointment represents our commitment to the creation of Emirati leaders in the banking and financial industry.”

Ibrahim Al Mheiri, Head of Mashreq Al Islami Segment and UAE National Segment said: “I am excited to restart my second term with Mashreq, and this time my main focus will be on Islamic Banking and the UAE National segment. I am eager to begin working with the rest of the team and keen to place Mashreq amongst the top players in those segments. Mashreq is the oldest financial institution in the country, having served the banking needs of the UAE for the last 50 years, and I look forward to being part of their future.”

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