Amin Husseini
Board Advisor, Oman Arab Bank

Biography

Amin Husseini joined Arab Bank at its main office in Jordan in 1994, where he started his career in international banking. He was Executive Vice President and Head of Financial Institutions and Transactional Banking until 2009, when he moved to Bahrain to head the bank’s operations in that location. He served five years as the General Manager of the Arab Bank Off-Shore Banking Unit out of Manama, where along with managing a balance sheet of USD7Bln, his remit involved overseeing the bank’s retail and wholesale divisions and its regional client coverage. In January 2014, and after serving 20 years at Arab Bank, Amin joined Oman Arab Bank as the Chief Executive Officer. Oman Arab Bank is Oman’s fourth largest bank, has a balance sheet of OMR2.5Bln (USD6Bln), a nationwide network of 65 branches, and 1,200 employees. Oman Arab Bank is a leading financial institution in the Sultanate of Oman in corporate, commercial, SME, retail, and investment banking. Amin completed the 4-year turnaround strategy, and as part of the succession plan, he stepped down from his position in Feb 2018 and is now managing the transition and hand-over period which is expected to last until the summer of 2018.

Amin earned a BSc in Physics from Yarmouk University in Jordan and an MBA from Fort Hays State University in Kansas, USA.