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Mohamed Damak

Director, Standard & Poor's (Confirmed)

Mohamed Damak is a Director within the Financial Services Research team at Standard & Poor’s Rating Services. He covers financial institutions and insurance companies in Central Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa Region.

Before re-joining Standard & Poor’s, Mohamed worked as a Principal Credit Risk Officer for the African Development Bank in Tunis. From 2006 to 2010, Mohamed worked for Standard & Poor’s covering conventional and Islamic financial institutions in the Middle East and North Africa region.

Mohamed hold a PhD in Finance and MAS in “Money, Banking and Finance” from University of Paris 2, Pantheon Assas and a Master degree in Financial Institutions Management from Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Tunis.

Mohamed is also member of Standard & Poor’s Islamic Finance Workgroup.

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