Board of Directors - Libyan Investment Authority - LIA

Advancing with a clear strategy

The Board of Directors is appointed by the Board of Trustees of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA). It is the ultimate responsibility of the Board of Directors to pursue the LIA’s objectives, and drive the delivery of our long-term strategy and vision: To more efficiently manage Libya’s wealth for future generations, and effectively contribute to sustainable development and diversification of income sources.
  • The Board of Directors place great emphasis on ensuring that best practice governance structures, investment policies and risk management frameworks are adopted, maintained, and consistently improve upon, to protect our assets.
  • They also lead the charge on internal reforms and champion positive change.
In addition to overseeing our subsidiaries, the Board of Directors manages four committees, each of which have an agreed mandate and support the Board in administering critical operations:
Audit, Risk & Compliance Committee
Investment Committee
Nomination & Compensation Committee
Governance Committee

Chairman


Dr Ali Mahmoud Hassan Mohammed

Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer

  • Dr Ali Mahmoud Hassan Mohamed has been the Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) since July 2017. He has more than 17 years of experience in financial and business administration.
  • Prior to his appointment with the LIA, Dr Ali was the General Manager of the Libyan Finance and Leasing Company, a subsidiary of the Economic and Social Development Fund. He also held several leadership and Board positions within key Libyan institutions, including the Libyan Telecommunications and Technology Holding Company and the Libyan Exchange Stock Market.
  • Dr Ali started his career in academia in 2002 as a member of the teaching staff in the Faculty of Economics at Al Jufrah University. He became the Dean of the Faculty of Business Administration at Sirte University in 2012, and in 2013 joined the Libyan Academy as Head of the Finance and Banking Department.
  • Dr Ali holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Tripoli; Masters in Financial Planning from the Academy of Graduate Studies; and PhD in Financial Management from the Arab Academy for Management, Banking and Financial Sciences.

DIRECTORS

  • Fahad Gamal Abdelnabe<span class="first-meta">Directors</span>

    Fahad Gamal AbdelnabeDirectors

  • Anas Saad Lamin<span class="first-meta">Directors</span>

    Anas Saad LaminDirectors

  • Ahmed Abdullah Ammar<span class="first-meta">Directors</span>

    Ahmed Abdullah AmmarDirectors

  • Mustafa Mohamed Al-Mana<span class="first-meta">Directors</span>

    Mustafa Mohamed Al-ManaDirectors

  • Ali Salem Bani<span class="first-meta">Directors</span>

    Ali Salem BaniDirectors

  • Al-Hadi Najmuddin Kabar<span class="first-meta">Directors</span>

    Al-Hadi Najmuddin KabarDirectors

  • Yussef Ahmad Al-Mabrouk<span class="first-meta">Directors</span>

    Yussef Ahmad Al-MabroukDirectors

  • Fahad Gamal Abdelnabe

    Member

    Mr Fahad Gamal Abdelnabe was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA).

  • Anas Saad Lamin

    Member

    Mr Anas Saad Lamin was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA).

  • Ahmed Abdullah Ammar

    Member

    Mr Ahmed Abdullah Ammar was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) in August 2016. He is also a Board member of LIA Advisory Service UK.

    Mr Ahmed has more than 35 years’ experience in the international oil and gas industry. He spent the majority of his career with Tripoli-based Waha Oil Company, holding various roles from department head to Chairman of the organization.

    Mr Ahmed holds an MBA from the University of Salford.

  • Mustafa Mohamed Al-Mana

    Member

    Mr Mustafa Mohamed al-Manaa was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) in February 2019. He is an experienced commercial legal adviser, having spent over 16 years representing various public companies, banks and institutions locally and abroad. These include the Central Bank of Libya and the State General Reserve Fund of Oman. Mr Mustafa was also previously Secretary of the National Transitional Council, and a member of its Legal and Human Rights Committee.

    Mr Mustafa is currently a member of the Foreign Exchange Contingency Planning Committee, the Central Bank of Libya Requirements Preparation Committee, and the National Marine Wealth Exports Development Program.

    Mr Mustafa holds a Bachelor of Law from the University of Garyounis, and has also undertaken training with the American Association of Jurists.

  • Ali Salem Bani

    Member

    Mr Ali Salem Bani was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA).

  • Al-Hadi Najmuddin Kabar

    Member

    Mr Al-Hadi Najmuddin Kabar was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) in August 2016. He has more than 49 years of experience in the field of currency operations, where he has held senior management positions in several key international and Libyan financial institutions.

    Prior to the LIA, Mr Al-Hadi was the Assistant General Manager for Operations at the Libyan Foreign Bank. He has held several key leadership positions throughout his career, including Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Aresbank in Madrid; Vice Chairman of Alubaf Arab International Bank in Tunisia; and Board Member of Oilinvest, now an LIA subsidiary.

    Mr Al-Hadi has also previously worked as the General Director of the Arab Latin American Bank; and Deputy General Manager of the Arab Italian Bank in Rome. During his time with the Arab Italian Bank in Peru, he was responsible for managing relations with various Libyan, French and Italian financial institutions.

  • Yussef Ahmad Al-Mabrouk

    Member and Vice Chairman

    Mr Yousef Ahmed al-Mabrouk was appointed Deputy Chairman of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) by the Government of National Accord in February 2019.

    Mr Yousef serves as Chief of Staff to Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj.

  • Fahad Gamal Abdelnabe<span class="first-meta">Directors</span>

    Fahad Gamal AbdelnabeDirectors

  • Anas Saad Lamin<span class="first-meta">Directors</span>

    Anas Saad LaminDirectors

  • Fahad Gamal Abdelnabe

    Member

    Mr Fahad Gamal Abdelnabe was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA).

  • Anas Saad Lamin

    Member

    Mr Anas Saad Lamin was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA).

  • Ahmed Abdullah Ammar<span class="first-meta">Directors</span>

    Ahmed Abdullah AmmarDirectors

  • Mustafa Mohamed Al-Mana<span class="first-meta">Directors</span>

    Mustafa Mohamed Al-ManaDirectors

  • Ali Salem Bani<span class="first-meta">Directors</span>

    Ali Salem BaniDirectors

  • Al-Hadi Najmuddin Kabar<span class="first-meta">Directors</span>

    Al-Hadi Najmuddin KabarDirectors

  • Yussef Ahmad Al-Mabrouk<span class="first-meta">Directors</span>

    Yussef Ahmad Al-MabroukDirectors

  • Ahmed Abdullah Ammar

    Member

    Mr Ahmed Abdullah Ammar was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) in August 2016. He is also a Board member of LIA Advisory Service UK.

    Mr Ahmed has more than 35 years’ experience in the international oil and gas industry. He spent the majority of his career with Tripoli-based Waha Oil Company, holding various roles from department head to Chairman of the organization.

    Mr Ahmed holds an MBA from the University of Salford.

  • Mustafa Mohamed Al-Mana

    Member

    Mr Mustafa Mohamed al-Manaa was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) in February 2019. He is an experienced commercial legal adviser, having spent over 16 years representing various public companies, banks and institutions locally and abroad. These include the Central Bank of Libya and the State General Reserve Fund of Oman. Mr Mustafa was also previously Secretary of the National Transitional Council, and a member of its Legal and Human Rights Committee.

    Mr Mustafa is currently a member of the Foreign Exchange Contingency Planning Committee, the Central Bank of Libya Requirements Preparation Committee, and the National Marine Wealth Exports Development Program.

    Mr Mustafa holds a Bachelor of Law from the University of Garyounis, and has also undertaken training with the American Association of Jurists.

  • Ali Salem Bani

    Member

    Mr Ali Salem Bani was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA).

  • Al-Hadi Najmuddin Kabar

    Member

    Mr Al-Hadi Najmuddin Kabar was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) in August 2016. He has more than 49 years of experience in the field of currency operations, where he has held senior management positions in several key international and Libyan financial institutions.

    Prior to the LIA, Mr Al-Hadi was the Assistant General Manager for Operations at the Libyan Foreign Bank. He has held several key leadership positions throughout his career, including Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Aresbank in Madrid; Vice Chairman of Alubaf Arab International Bank in Tunisia; and Board Member of Oilinvest, now an LIA subsidiary.

    Mr Al-Hadi has also previously worked as the General Director of the Arab Latin American Bank; and Deputy General Manager of the Arab Italian Bank in Rome. During his time with the Arab Italian Bank in Peru, he was responsible for managing relations with various Libyan, French and Italian financial institutions.

  • Yussef Ahmad Al-Mabrouk

    Member and Vice Chairman

    Mr Yousef Ahmed al-Mabrouk was appointed Deputy Chairman of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) by the Government of National Accord in February 2019.

    Mr Yousef serves as Chief of Staff to Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj.

Fahad Gamal Abdelnabe

Member

Mr Fahad Gamal Abdelnabe was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA).

Anas Saad Lamin

Member

Mr Anas Saad Lamin was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA).

Ahmed Abdullah Ammar

Member

Mr Ahmed Abdullah Ammar was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) in August 2016. He is also a Board member of LIA Advisory Service UK.

Mr Ahmed has more than 35 years’ experience in the international oil and gas industry. He spent the majority of his career with Tripoli-based Waha Oil Company, holding various roles from department head to Chairman of the organization.

Mr Ahmed holds an MBA from the University of Salford.

Mustafa Mohamed Al-Mana

Member

Mr Mustafa Mohamed al-Manaa was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) in February 2019. He is an experienced commercial legal adviser, having spent over 16 years representing various public companies, banks and institutions locally and abroad. These include the Central Bank of Libya and the State General Reserve Fund of Oman. Mr Mustafa was also previously Secretary of the National Transitional Council, and a member of its Legal and Human Rights Committee.

Mr Mustafa is currently a member of the Foreign Exchange Contingency Planning Committee, the Central Bank of Libya Requirements Preparation Committee, and the National Marine Wealth Exports Development Program.

Mr Mustafa holds a Bachelor of Law from the University of Garyounis, and has also undertaken training with the American Association of Jurists.

Ali Salem Bani

Member

Mr Ali Salem Bani was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA).

Al-Hadi Najmuddin Kabar

Member

Mr Al-Hadi Najmuddin Kabar was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) in August 2016. He has more than 49 years of experience in the field of currency operations, where he has held senior management positions in several key international and Libyan financial institutions.

Prior to the LIA, Mr Al-Hadi was the Assistant General Manager for Operations at the Libyan Foreign Bank. He has held several key leadership positions throughout his career, including Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Aresbank in Madrid; Vice Chairman of Alubaf Arab International Bank in Tunisia; and Board Member of Oilinvest, now an LIA subsidiary.

Mr Al-Hadi has also previously worked as the General Director of the Arab Latin American Bank; and Deputy General Manager of the Arab Italian Bank in Rome. During his time with the Arab Italian Bank in Peru, he was responsible for managing relations with various Libyan, French and Italian financial institutions.

Yussef Ahmad Al-Mabrouk

Member and Vice Chairman

Mr Yousef Ahmed al-Mabrouk was appointed Deputy Chairman of the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) by the Government of National Accord in February 2019.

Mr Yousef serves as Chief of Staff to Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj.


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