Board Members of Helarb Management S.A.
Chairman of Helarb Management S.A.
Mr. Zuhayr Mikdashi is Chairman of several holdings and operating companies (located in Switzerland and in France) which are part of the Helarb Group.
He is a retired University Professor and was the resident advisor for the Ministry of Finance and Oil in the State of Kuwait (for the acquisition of foreign oil concessions).
He organized international forums for world business leaders, and offered his expertise to Gulf States, OPEC, United Nations agencies, and several financial institutions or industries.
Mr. Zuhayr Mikdashi (D. Phil. - Oxford) is Professor Emeritus at the University of Lausanne where he founded and directed the Institute of Banking and Financial Management. He is author of several books related to Finance including: "Progress-Driven Entrepreneurs, Private Equity Finance, and Regulatory Issues".
Waleed M. Al-Hamad
CEO & Board Member of Helarb Management S.A.
Mr. Waleed M. Al-Hamad joined the Helarb Group in 2006 as the Managing Director of Helvetia Arab Holding Co. K.S.C.
He is Board member of Luxembourg holdings into the Helarb Group and is responsible of all Group's activities and companies.
Previously, he was working as a Partner in the Investment Team of Investcorp Bank E.C. and as a team leader in the Domestic Institutional Banking Division at National Bank of Kuwait.
He holds a Bachelor of Science (Economics) from the California State Polytechnic University and an Executive MBA in Finance from the New York University.
Ali M. Al-Radwan
Vice-Chairman & Board Member of Helarb Management
Mr. Ali M. Al-Radwan is Deputy Chairman of Helvetia Arab Holding Co. K.S.C. and Board member of Luxembourg holdings into the Helarb Group.
He is the founder and Senior Partner of the Law Bureau Ali Radwan & Partner in Kuwait.
Mr. Al-Radwan was involved in the origination of The Arab-British Chamber of Commerce, the Kuwait Stock Exchange and the Independent Petroleum Group. In addition, he is currently legal representative of foreign companies such as Chevron, Dow Chemical and Siemens in the Gulf area.