Standard Chartered Bank announces Muhannad Mukahall as new CEO for Qatar

Standard Chartered Bank announces new CEO for Qatar
Mr. Muhannad Mukahall, new Chief Executive Officer at Standard Chartered Bank Qatar

Standard Chartered Bank announced the appointment of Mr. Muhannad Mukahall as the new Chief Executive Officer at Standard Chartered Bank Qatar.  

Muhannad joined Standard Chartered in 2013 and has since held senior assignments including CEO of Standard Chartered Bank Jordan, Head of Global Banking in Jordan, and Head of Local Corporates in Abu Dhabi. Prior to joining Standard Chartered, Muhannad held multiple leadership roles at Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, Arab Bank, HSBC Dubai and Jordan Kuwait Bank. Muhannad brings with him a wealth of regional experience that spans over 20 years.

Dr. Boutros Klink, Chief Executive Officer for Standard Chartered Bank Middle East (ex UAE), said:

“I am delighted to announce the appointment of Muhannad Mukahall as Country CEO for Standard Chartered Bank Qatar. With his deep banking and regional experience, Muhannad will lead the Standard Chartered Bank franchise in Qatar, strengthening the client base, expanding Standard Chartered’s products and services offering, and solidifying the Bank’s network in support of the State of Qatar’s growth ambitions. Being the first bank in country since 1950, Standard Chartered Bank has been part of Qatar’s impressive development over the decades and hopes to continue contributing to its growth across sectors.”

Mr. Muhannad Mukahall, Chief Executive Officer for Standard Chartered Bank Qatar, said:

“I am honoured to be leading our franchise in Qatar, which is also one of our strategic markets in the Middle East. I look forward to strengthen our relationships with our partners, delivering differentiated financial solutions and supporting the growth and development of the Qatari economy and community.”


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