Breakfast Briefing with HE Dr Mohamed Maait, Egypt's Minister of Finance

  • 22/07/2019
  • 8:45 AM - 11:00 AM
  • Institute of Directors (IoD) at 116 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5ED

Registration

The Egyptian-British Chamber of Commerce, Department for International Trade and Egyptian British Business Council have the pleasure to invite you to join us at a Breakfast Briefing with Egypt's Minister of Finance, HE Dr Mohamed Maait at 08.45am for a 9am start on Monday 22 July 2019, in the Waterloo Room of the Institute of Directors (IoD) at 116 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5ED.

Dr Maait will speak about Egypt's economic reform, macroeconomic and fiscal implications, medium term prospects, and provide the audience with an update on IMF support. He will further discuss investment opportunities in Egypt’s financial sector.

About the Speaker

Dr. Mohamed Maait is currently serving as the Minister of Finance. Prior to his appointment as Minister, he held the position Vice Minister of Finance for Public Treasury Affairs & Head of the Economic Justice Unit. In addition he served as First Deputy Minister of Finance in 2015 and as a Deputy to the Minister of Finance for Pension and Social Insurance during the period (2009 – 2013).

Dr Maait also served as First Deputy Minister of Health & Population (2014 – 2015).

Over his career of 33 years, he held many positions such as Vice Chairman of the Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority (2013-2015), Chairman of the Egyptian Governmental Actuarial Department (EGAD) at the Ministry of Finance (2010– 2013), Vice Chairman of the National Organization for Social Insurance (2011-2012), Senior Advisor to the Minister of Finance (2007-2009). He was also appointed as the Executive Director of the Egyptian Insurance Institute (2007).

Dr. Maait holds a BSc degree in Insurance and Mathematics from Cairo University, Egypt (1984), an MPhil in Insurance from Cairo University, Egypt (1992), he also got a Diploma (1996), an MSc in Actuarial Science (1997), and a PhD degree in Actuarial Science from City University, London, UK (2003).

Register online to attend this free event. 

The event will start at 9am and finish at 11am.  Coffee, tea and croissants will be served from 08.45am.