| Ahmed Ben Halim
Mr. Ben Halim started his financial career as a resident advisor at the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency. He moved to Saudi International Bank (SIB) in London where he held a number of positions in arbitrage trading and investment banking, and was responsible for managing funds in excess of US$5 billion. In 1998, he co-founded The Capital Partnership http://www.tcpam.com, a London-based asset management firm that provides wealth management and related services to selected institutions and ultra high net worth individuals.
| Ali Ojjeh
Mr. Ojjeh started his career at Goldman Sachs & Co. in New York, including Equity Research, Equity Trading, Equity Proprietary Trading and Principal Investments. In 1996, he relocated to Morgan Stanley in London where he managed client portfolios at Morgan Stanley Asset Management.
Mr. Ojjeh co-founded The Capital Partnership (TCP) in 1998 is a director of several TCP companies. In addition, he has been recently appointed as a post restructuring director of Global Investment House in Kuwait, a leading regional investment company. He is a member of the advisory boards of the Graduate School of Business (GSB) and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies (FSI) at Stanford University. Mr Ojjeh holds a B.Sc. in Financial Economics from Carnegie-Mellon University and an MBA from Stanford Business School. He received the "Best article of the year" award from the Wharton Journal in 1988.
| Moez Bunkheila
Mr. Bunkheila has over fifteen years' experience in investment banking and real estate. He has worked with international banks such as Flemings and regional North African institutions such as Mansour Group, EFG-Hermes, CIIC and Orascom Hotels and Development. Mr Bunkheila is on the board of several companies in Libya and Egypt, in addition he is the vice chairman of Powerhouse Group and Wameed Libya, both companies' primary activities are in the construction, development and procurement business.
| Khaled Al Zubeidy
Mr. Al Zubeidy was educated at Le Rosey in Switzerland and holds a degree in Business Administration from the University of Western Ontario in Canada. He has over 20 years experience in business development and relationship management in the Arab Gulf region and the wider Middle East and North Africa. Mr. Al Zubeidy works directly with ultra high net worth individuals and leading institutions to source exclusive investment opportunities. In the mid 90's he facilitated the formation of 30 successful JV's between Australian and GCC companies. He has been responsible for originating and managing relationships with some of the GCC's largest and most well known investors for The Capital Partnership since 2007. Mr. Al Zubeidy also plays a key role in developing business with global operating partners.
| Casey Gordon
Mr. Gordon has worked for The Capital Partnership since 2006 and is responsible for private equity investments and new business development. He previously served as an investment associate with The Steinberg Fund, a private equity fund investing in Ukraine. Before that he worked in a management role with a venture-backed technology firm based in Prague, Czech Republic. Mr. Gordon holds a BA in Sociology from Johns Hopkins University and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.
| Zeiad Idris
Mr. Idris began his career in commodities trading and risk management at Credit-Suisse in London. He joined The Capital Partnership in 2011 to work on new business development and private equity investments. Mr. Idris previously served as Chairman of the Leadership Committee at Jussoor-Alfanar, the youth outreach initiative of the first venture philanthropy organization in the Arab region. Mr. Idris holds an MSc in International Management for the Middle East and North Africa from the School of Oriental and African Studies (with Distinction) and a BA in Development Geography from King's College London. Mr. Idris is also member of the CFA Society of the UK and holds the Investment Management Certificate.