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AHMED MOKHLISS IBRAHIM FOUAD

Kuwait address: Al Salmia , Qatar St., block no.5,building no.16


Mob. +965 974 10 848 / + 965 553 19 828 .
Egypt address: 79 Taha ElDinary St., 7th Zone, Nasr City – Cairo - Egypt
Tel: 02-26710112 * Mobile: 010-1757183 / 010-1825005
E-mail: almokhliss@yahoo.com

LadiesandGentlemen:

I am eager to introduce my self as a candidate to have an


opportunity suitable to my qualifications to become a long-term
valuable member in your respectable (Bank / Firm / Organization)
in Egypt or abroad.
The enclosed resume summarizes my background and experience,
Please contact me at your earliest convenience for a more in-depth review
of my qualifications.
Thank you for your time and consideration, I look forward to your
response.
Regards

Yours,
Ahmed Mokhliss Ibrahim

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 Objective:
An opportunity to become a long term valuable member in a
Multinational Firm or Bank / reputable organization and being promoted
to higher levels to gain experience in a financial or credit field.

Education:
1996 – 1999 B.S.C. degree of Commerce-Accounting, Faculty of Commerce
– Ein Shams University.

 Experience:

- Finance Manager at Diwan Interiors International-Kuwait (June


2008-present)

- Credit Analyst at Egyption Saudi Finance Bank /Member of The


Baraka Banking Group , Cairo, Egypt. (Nov.1999 to May. 2008)

o Credit Department. (Nov.2000to May. 2008)


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 Operations of Retail Banking: Starting at Deposits loans deal
with many companies & individual costumers. Having policy
experience with different products at the retail system, i.e. auto
loans, personal loans. Mortgage loans. Etc & Represent all
details to the credit Committee.
 Credit Analyst: Handling all the needs of the corporate
clients & SMEs clients, doing & research many possibility
studies, using market & industry information & portfolio risk
management principles, analyzes historic & projected financial
information. Represent all details to the credit Committee in
Branch or Head office (if the limits over committee authority).
 Collection of depts.: deal with doubtful debts.
 Credit control: operations audit of credit department.
o Billing & collection department: treat all kinds of bills & Checks &
deal with it. (Nov.1999- Oct.2000).
⇒ Suitable knowledge at letter of Guarantee & how the inventory &
warehouses is managed.
⇒ Knowing very well all banking transactions and services with
principles and rules of Islamic Sharia.
 Training Experience :
From 1996 to 1998 in Suez Canal Bank at Accounts & Foreign Exchange
department. (Summer training)
CoursesAttended:
 The Egyptian Banking Institution about:
o Credit Basis.
o Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
o Real-Estate Financial Law.
o Cash Flow Analysis.
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o Financial analysis.
o Letter of Guarantee.
o English Course for Bankers.
 The Arab Academy for Banking & Financial Science about
Retail Banking & Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
 Microsoft Dynamics GP 9.0:
Able to deal with Microsoft Dynamics GP 9.0 (GREAT PLAINES
FINANCE PROGRAMME), & successfully completed Microsoft
Dynamics GP Receivables Management course.

Qualifications:
o Ability to work within Teams, Hard Worker. Problem Solving.
o Active ambitious.
o Good interpersonal skills.
o Time Management skills.
o Presentation skills.
o Self confidence & determined.
o Willing to learn.
o Leader ship skills.

 Hobbies:
o Reading, Internet, Walking.

Computer Skills:
o Operating systems: Windows 2000.
o Office automation: Microsoft Office 2000
o Internet.

Languages:
o Arabic: Excellent
o English: Very Good (Spoken ,Reading & Writing)
Personal data:

Date & Place of Birth: 19/3/1978 – Cairo.


Nationality: Egyptian * Military Status: Exempted
Gender: Male * Marital Status: Single

References:
o Salary & Job title will be determined upon your
request.

A. Mokhliss

A financial manager is responsible for providing financial advice


and support to clients and colleagues to enable them to make
sound business decisions. Specific settings vary enormously
and include both public and private sector organisations, such
as multinational corporations, retailers, financial institutions,
NHS trusts, charities, small manufacturing companies and
.universities

Financial considerations are at the root of all major business


decisions. Clear budgetary planning is essential for future
planning, both short and long term, and companies need to
know the financial implications of any decision before
proceeding. In addition, care must be taken to ensure that
financial practices are in line with all statutory legislation and
.regulations

Financial managers may also be known as financial analysts or


.business analysts
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The roles of financial managers vary significantly. The generic


nature of the job title can be misleading and job descriptions
should be scrutinised carefully as the level and scope of the
responsibilities involved in any role coming under the banner of
financial management can differ enormously. In larger
companies, for instance, the role is more concerned with
strategic analysis; in smaller organisations, a financial manager
may be responsible for the collection and preparation of
.accounts

:Typical activities include

 providing and interpreting financial information;


 monitoring and interpreting cash flows and predicting
future trends;
 analysing change and advising accordingly;
 formulating strategic and long-term business plans;
 researching and reporting on factors influencing business
performance;
 analysing competitors and market trends;
 developing financial management mechanisms that
minimise financial risk;
 conducting reviews and evaluations for cost-reduction
opportunities;
 managing a company's financial accounting, monitoring
and reporting systems;
 liaising with auditors to ensure annual monitoring is
carried out;
 developing external relationships with appropriate
contacts e.g. auditors, solicitors, bankers and statutory
organisations such as the Inland Revenue;
 producing accurate financial reports to specific deadlines;
 managing budgets;
 arranging new sources of finance for a company's debt
facilities;
 supervising staff;
 keeping abreast of changes in financial regulations and
legislation
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BASIC FUNCTION:

Under the direction of a high school administrator, organize, maintain and operate a high
school Career Center and provide a wide variety of career information and materials;
communicate with students, faculty, parents and community representatives concerning
career planning and college entrance.

REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES:

Provide career and college entrance information and assistance to students, teachers, parents
and counselors; coordinate day-to-day operations and schedule activities, programs and
speakers.

Prepare career education and instructional materials for use by teachers and students; assist
students in locating and using college/career information as needed for research, assignments
and post-high school planning.

Obtain, organize, file and display guidance materials; catalog and prepare for use by students;
maintain displays and bulletin boards.

Plan, organize, develop and implement career events and publications; prepare letters, flyers,
mailers and other materials to publicize Career Center services, resources and speaker
programs.

Contact, schedule and arrange guest speakers from the local business community, colleges
and military services to present information regarding specific occupations.

Schedule visitations by representatives from local colleges; organize, coordinate and publicize
career-related events and other opportunities for students to learn about higher education and
vocational training and preparation.

Develop and maintain a current and comprehensive occupational library including information
on careers and career clusters, employment prospects and trends and employment
requirements and opportunities; obtain and circulate current college catalogs.

Maintain current lists and bulletins concerning scholarships and other financial aids available;
provide information concerning specialized scholarships and assistance in completing
application forms.

Provide information concerning scholastic aptitude and achievement tests; assist students with
applications and scheduling; distribute test results as appropriate.
Assist students with Career Center materials and equipment.

Prepare and deliver informational presentation as requested; orient students to Career Center
resources and services.

Maintain a current inventory of Career Center equipment and materials; assist in determining
purchase priorities.

Plan and conduct Career Days, Career Month, Teen Job Fairs, or College Fairs.

Attend meetings, conferences and seminars regarding career trends, college entrance and
financial aid.

Train and provide work direction to volunteers and student assistants.

Operate a variety of office equipment including audio/visual equipment.

Provide clerical support to the Work Experience Education Program coordinator, as required.

Perform related duties as assigned.

KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES:

KNOWLEDGE OF:

• Career and occupational resources, trends, and opportunities.


• College entrance requirements and procedures.
• Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation and vocabulary.
• Modern office practices, procedures, and equipment.
• Record-keeping techniques.
• Oral and written communication skills.
• Telephone techniques and etiquette.
• Basic research methods.

• College admission requirements, financial aid requirements, and
training necessary for future careers.

ABILITY TO:

• Organize, maintain and operate a high school Career Center.


• Provide specialized assistance and information concerning career
planning and college entrance to students, parents, staff, and community
agencies.
• Develop and provide information and materials related to
career/college opportunities for high school students.
• Obtain, evaluate and process occupational literature.
• Operate PC’s in a Windows environment using various office
productivity software applications
• Operate modern office equipment and audio/visual equipment.
• Work independently using effective public relations skills with little
direction.
• Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working
relationships.
• Analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action.
• Meet schedules and time lines.
• Plan and organize work.
• Work confidentially with discretion.
• Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
• Read, interpret, apply and explain rules, regulations, policies and
procedures.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

High school education and two years college level work or equivalent and at least two year
experience working with high school students is desirable.