Introduction of Technology Innovations in the Banking Sector.

Marwan Kheireddine has always seen the future in Lebanon’s youth. He sees value in the creativity and efforts they put into innovating and contributing to the Lebanese economy. He also believes that a country can reach its full potential with today’s technology. He believes that technology has a big part to play in the banking sector and is hopeful to have a positive impact. Marwan has high experience in marketing and selling financial products that satisfy his customer need. He also led the team that developed a successful digital solution for one of his clients.

Marwan is an educated top-notch entrepreneur. He earned MBA from the famous Columbia Business School. Lebanese entrepreneur Marwan Kheireddine has taught over ten financial courses on risk management, banking, and introduction to financial analysis. Over 1 200 students have taken Marwan’s courses and have benefited from his vast experience and insight into financial analysis at the American University of Beirut. The students have remained connected to Marwan for outside consulting and training throughout their careers.

Marwan Kheireddine says incorporating technology in the banking sector will help the Lebanese develop quickly. He believes that Lebanon has huge potential, and with the right knowledge and team, Lebanon will be able to reach its full potential. He was focused on introducing the use of Credit cards, branchless banking, digital banking, and mobile banking to the Lebanese banking sector. He introduced the use of Credit cards in Beirut, in Marwan Khereiddine AM Bank.

Marwan introduced mobile banking in Lebanon. Mobile Banking uses a computer or mobile device to access a bank account, make payments, send and receive money, etc. The technology allowed users to download the app and transact online. He encouraged other banks to invest in technology to improve their services. In addition, he extended the bank’s opening time to 5.00 pm, and other banks followed to have the same closing time.

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