Egyptian Mogul Mohamed Mansour Secures Seat on Bank of America’s Elite Advisory Board

For the first time, an Egyptian businessman and billionaire, Mohamed Mansour, was selected to become a member of the senior advisory board of the Bank of America for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. It’s one of the most prestigious and largest banks in America.

With this new position, Mansour will have several responsibilities, including evaluating the bank’s strategies and providing the necessary advice to improve the bank’s financial services. He’s now part of the eight-member supreme advisory board.

Along with Bank of America, he already advises a number of prestigious globally significant organizations, including SDA Bocconi in Italy and the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies (CCAS) at Georgetown University in Washington, DC.

This is just one of a long string of accomplishments achieved by the billionaire, who has a net worth of $3.3 billion and is one of the few Egyptian businessmen who owns major stakes in global properties and businesses.

For instance, he owns a stake in the American soccer team San Diego’s MLS club. He also owns Right to Dream, a purpose-driven sports organization that operates soccer academies, schools, and professional teams in Denmark, Ghana, and Egypt.

Joining Bank of America’s advisory board today is yet another major global step in the billionaire’s already long list of accomplishments.

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