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Garabet Boghos Boghossian
Nationality: Lebanese * E-mail: gbogho[email protected]
Mobile: +961 76 821727* Home: +961 4 711596 Beirut, Lebanon
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SUMMARY
A professional banker with 28 years of experience in the banking industry, 12 out of which are in the credit
arena, experienced in a wide range of credit activities: identifying prospective clients, establishing client
credit files, developing long-term business relationship with them and monitoring risk and profitability.
WORK EXPERIENCE
Haigazian University Beirut, Lebanon Oct 2013 - Present
Lecturer (full time)
Faculty of Business Administration and Economics
Fixed income securities
Portfolio analysis
Monetary economics
Commercial banking
Futures, options and other derivatives
Corporate finance
Haigazian University Beirut, Lebanon Oct 2012 Sep 2013
Lecturer (part time)
Faculty of Business Administration and Economics
Principles of macroeconomics Public finance
Principles of microeconomics Quantitative methods
Banque Bemo Saudi Fransi S.A. Damascus, Syria Sep 2007 Oct 2012
Head of Human Resources and Bank Staff Development &Training Division (Aug 2012 Oct 2012)
In addition to the responsibilities as Head of Bank Staff Development and Training Division, I was assigned
to assume the responsibility as HR Division Head where I managed a team of eight employees who looked,
in their turn, after /700/ bank employees from personnel and non-personnel stand points within applicable
rules and regulations of our bank.
Head of Bank Staff Development &Training Division (Jul 2012 Aug 2012)
One of the main purposes of this newly created division of bank activity is to upgrade the professional
performance of the bank’s staff from various angles. Policies, standards, programs will be set towards that
end. The project of adding new departments to this division is under study in the aim of providing a wider
spectrum of development services to the Bank.
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