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Richards, Mark 

Mr. Mark William Richards is Non-Executive Independent Member of the Board of Commercial International Bank (Egypt) S.A.E. since September 30, 2016. Mr. Richards is Chief Executive of IPGL (Holdings) Limited, a major corporate holding Company based in the UK. He is Chairman of Exotix Holdings Limited, a frontier markets brokerage and investment bank and Director of Singapore Life, a rapidly growing digital life insurance group operating across south-east Asia. At Oxford University he is also an advisor to Oxford Sciences innovation, the venture capital unit. Mr. Richards brings considerable experience in emerging market banking and investment. He was Partner and Global Head of Financial Services at Actis, one of the world’s leading and most ethical emerging market private equity groups. During 11 years at Actis, he was responsible for building many successful companies in Africa, Asia and Latin America. He previously spent 18 years at Barclays in senior roles including CFO of the International Offshore Bank, Director of Group Strategy and Head of Group Corporate Development. With his 30 years of global experience in Banking and Financial Services, Mr. Richards serves as Non-Executive Director for a number of companies. At CIB he chairs the Risk Committee and supports strategy development. He has a first class degree from Oxford University in modern history and economics. He completed the Accelerated Development Program from London Business School, and Group Level Strategy from Ashridge Management College. He also attended the Leading Professional Services Firms Program at Harvard Business School.

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