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Omar Khaled Leaves Amana to Join Multibank Group

by Arnab Shome
  • He is now the Marketing Director at Multibank’s Dubai headquarters.
  • He separated from Amana after spending ten years with the company.
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Omar Khaled has left the multi-asset broker Amana after ten years to join the Dubai offices of rival MultiBank Group as the Marketing Director. Multibank Group moved its headquarters to Dubai from Hong Kong last November.

Omar Khaled Left Amana for Multibank Group

“Today, my journey ends at Amana. It’s been a golden ride, and I was blessed to be part of it,” he wrote in a Linkedin post on Tuesday. “I am ready now for the new challenge as the Marketing Director at MultiBank Group and hope we achieve more success and prosperity for the organization.”

Khaled left Amana after spending more than a decade at the company. He first joined the Lebanon office of the broker as a Marketing Manager in August 2012 and moved to Amana’s Dubai offices in December 2021 with a promotion to Marketing Director.

Though he made his debut in the financial services space with his role at Amana, he has worked with several other Lebanese companies in marketing roles since 2002, according to his Linkedin profile.

Check out the latest FMLS22 session on "Talent Acquisition in the Era of Mayhem."

Multibank Group’s Focus in the Middle East

Established in 2005, MultiBank targets retail traders with its range of products. It is regulated by several top financial watchdogs globally on five continents. It has branches in countries such as Australia, Germany, Austria, Spain, Cyprus, the USA, Mexico, UAE, Kuwait, Jordan, and Turkey.

The brokerage group closed 2021 with a daily turnover of over $12.1 billion and annual revenue of $189 million, according to official figures. In addition, it strengthened its team by onboarding Herman Dermer as the Head of Institutional Sales last November. Moreover, Dermer joined the Dubai offices of the broker.

The brokerage group’s focus on controlling its operations from Dubai became prominent when it relocated its headquarters from Hong Kong last year. Furthermore, it received a license from the Securities and Commodities Authority of the United Arab Emirates last year, along with another regulatory permission in Singapore.

Omar Khaled has left the multi-asset broker Amana after ten years to join the Dubai offices of rival MultiBank Group as the Marketing Director. Multibank Group moved its headquarters to Dubai from Hong Kong last November.

Omar Khaled Left Amana for Multibank Group

“Today, my journey ends at Amana. It’s been a golden ride, and I was blessed to be part of it,” he wrote in a Linkedin post on Tuesday. “I am ready now for the new challenge as the Marketing Director at MultiBank Group and hope we achieve more success and prosperity for the organization.”

Khaled left Amana after spending more than a decade at the company. He first joined the Lebanon office of the broker as a Marketing Manager in August 2012 and moved to Amana’s Dubai offices in December 2021 with a promotion to Marketing Director.

Though he made his debut in the financial services space with his role at Amana, he has worked with several other Lebanese companies in marketing roles since 2002, according to his Linkedin profile.

Check out the latest FMLS22 session on "Talent Acquisition in the Era of Mayhem."

Multibank Group’s Focus in the Middle East

Established in 2005, MultiBank targets retail traders with its range of products. It is regulated by several top financial watchdogs globally on five continents. It has branches in countries such as Australia, Germany, Austria, Spain, Cyprus, the USA, Mexico, UAE, Kuwait, Jordan, and Turkey.

The brokerage group closed 2021 with a daily turnover of over $12.1 billion and annual revenue of $189 million, according to official figures. In addition, it strengthened its team by onboarding Herman Dermer as the Head of Institutional Sales last November. Moreover, Dermer joined the Dubai offices of the broker.

The brokerage group’s focus on controlling its operations from Dubai became prominent when it relocated its headquarters from Hong Kong last year. Furthermore, it received a license from the Securities and Commodities Authority of the United Arab Emirates last year, along with another regulatory permission in Singapore.

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