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Shareholding Structure as of Date 31/12/2019
Shareholder structure is the proportion of ownership and the percentage of voting rights held by different Shareholders.
- Medhat Khalil & Family
- Financial Holdings International
- Al Taweel Family
Shareholding Breakdown as of Date 31/12/2019
Shareholder breakdown is the analysis or classification of ownership.
- Local Institutions
- Foreign Institutions
|Ex. Date||Payment Date||Dividend Amount||Coupon Number|
|Record Data||Effective Date||Ex. Date||Ratio|
|30/10/2018||13/02/2019||14/02/2019||1.0 : 0.7|
|01/02/2018||18/02/2018||19/02/2018||1.0 : 0.249615|
|16/06/2015||09/12/2015||10/12/2015||1.0 : 0.200|
|08/10/2013||30/12/2013||31/12/2013||1.0 : 0.153846|
|06/04/2011||25/07/2012||26/07/2012||1.0 : 0.033112|
|29/03/2010||14/09/2010||15/09/2010||1.0 : 0.091714|
Release from the Company concerning item No.5 of AGM to be held on 12/12/2019Download PDF
The board of directors' meeting minutes held on 12/11/2019Download PDF
Raya Holding announces its 1st securitized bond offering worth EGP 500 millionDownload PDF
Raya Holding For financial Investments (RAYA.CA) Reports 6 Months Consolidated ResultsDownload PDF
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The board of directors' meeting minutes held on 14/05/2019Download PDF
Referring to what was published under the title "Raya Holding is considering the issue of bonds worth 500 million pounds"Download PDF
Release from Raya Holding For financial Investments Concerning the Investor Relations OfficerDownload PDF
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Ordinary General meeting invitation held on 21 April 2018Download PDF
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Board Of Directors
Chairman, Raya Holding for Financial Investment
Medhat Khalil has dedicated his career to realizing a vision: Raya Holding. After 15 years holding top management positions with IBM Egypt, Khalil founded the pioneering IT companies Protech and Oratech in 1993 and 1997 respectively. In 1998.
Protech and Oratech became two of the seven entities comprising Raya Holding. Medhat Khalil is a member of the National Sports Council, board member of the National Fund for Finance of Juniors, Youth, and Sports.
CEO, Raya Holding for Financial Investment
Ahmed Khalil’s background entails sales, marketing and business development which he gained through his work in Microsoft Egypt.
Before joining Microsoft, Khalil gained extensive retail experience from running the family business, where he managed and developed a home-grown retail chain of fashion apparel stores. Khalil serves on the board of Raya Holding since 2008
as well as other leading companies such as Fawry Technologies and Rameda Pharmaceuticals.
He holds a BA in Business Administration, with a double concentration in Finance and Marketing, from the American
University in Cairo (2005) and an MBA from the Harvard Business School (2012), with a focus in Corporate Finance and Real Estate. Currently, Khailil is the CEO of Raya Holding.
Operations Manager, Watheeqa - Non-Executive Board Member
Malek Sultan is Watheeqa operations manager in Egypt and a board member representing Watheeqa in several of its investments in Egypt. With more than 10 years of experience in investments and IT, Sultan has led the arranging of several landmark deals in the IT, Real Estate Development and Financial sectors for major institutions in Egypt as well as Sudan, Kenya and Uganda.
Sultan is well versed in the restructuring process for maximizing the return of Private Equity deals. His latest deals yielded on the average 3x over an average vintage period of 3 years. He holds an MBA from Georgia State University with a concentration
in Finance and E-business and a BSc in Business Administration from Cairo University.
Amr El Tawil
CEO, Triangle Group - Non-Executive Board Member
Amr Eltawil returned to Egypt from the United States in 1993, with a degree from Texas A&M University and work experience as a construction manager for a real estate developer.
In Egypt, he applied his knowledge to expand his family business, Triangle Holding, into the fields of utilities, oil & gas projects and services, and construction engineering. Eltawil is known as an innovative entrepreneur and he is currently the
CEO of Triangle Holding.
Chairman, Capital Trust - Non-Executive Board Member
Coutry is a commercial and investment banking executive with more than 30 years of international and local professional banking experience. He also served as Advisor to the Minister of Finance of Egypt for tax administration reform and modernization for 30 months (2005-2007). Formerly, Chairman and Managing Director of United Bank of Egypt, after serving as VP and Director of Bank of America London, in charge of EMEA Private Banking.
Currently Mr. Coutry also serves as a board member in several corporations including Fawry for Banking & Technology Payment Services, The Egyptian Catering and Contracting Company, Tatweer for Financial Consultancy, Acquire Investment Company and Rameda Pharmaceuticals Company.
Ashraf Mahmoud Kheireldin
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Ashraf Mahmoud Kheireldin
CEO, First for Distribution & Trading - Non-Executive Board Member
Ashraf Kheireldin earned his Bachelor of Business Administration from Cairo University in 1992. He was the sales manager of Protect from 1996 till 1998.
Kheireldin then became the owner & general manager of First for Distribution & Trading (agent of Vodafone). He is currently the chairman and CEO of First for Distribution & Trading (franchising partner of Vodafone).
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Managing Partner, Zaki Hashem & Partners - Non-Executive Board Member
Yasser Hashem is the managing partner of Zaki Hashem & Partners, a leading Egyptian law firm established in 1953. The firm has around 80 lawyers with strong local and international legal background, and manages a large portfolio of multinational, and local clients.
Hashem specializes in the areas of corporate, mergers acquisitions, capital market and telecommunication.
Samer El Waziri
CEO, Raya FMCG
Samer El Waziri currently holds the position of Raya FMCG CEO. El Waziri played a key role as part of the management team who has been achieving significant financial returns and building the company that is nowadays
considered one of the strongest IT and Telecommunications companies in the region.
Previously and until December 2005, El Waziri held the position of Finance Director and Board Member of GlaxoSmithKline.
El Waziri has 29 years of experience in financial management, including the interpretation of financial data relevant
to manufacturing and marketing, evaluation and general coordination of corporate investment decisions and
El Waziri holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Cairo University.
Mr. Waziri also obtained a management diploma from Harvard Business School.
Non-Executive Board Member
Professor Hamed M. Shamma is the BP Endowed Chair and Associate Professor of Marketing at the School of Business, at The American University in Cairo. With practical and theoretical implications, Shamma co-authored the first Arab Word Edition of Marketing Management, the most widely used marketing book in graduate business schools worldwide.
Having received his PhD in Marketing from the George Washington University in 2007, Shamma is superiorly informed about corporate marketing and strategic brand management. He also holds a Bachelor’s of Arts in Business Administration in 1999 and an MBA with a double concentration in Marketing and International Business from the AUC in 2002.
Shamma started his career with extensive corporate experience at Orange, the leading mobile phone operator in Egypt. Hence, Shamma was professionally involved with corporate performance assessment, analysis, forecasting, and budgeting.
He has also been actively involved in serving the business community. He consulted and provided training to various organizations, such as: the Ministry of Civil Aviation, the Ministry of Administrative Development, Eva Pharma, Orange Labs, Etisalat Misr, the International Advertising Association (IAA), and Flat 6 Labs.
Shamma received several international paper awards in several international conferences, including the 9th Annual World Congress of the Academy for Global Business Advancement in 2012 and the Annual Society for Marketing Advances Conference in 2006.
Non-Executive Board Member
Mostafa Mobarak graduated from The American University in Cairo (AUC) in 2005 with a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics Engineering, Majoring in Communication, and then he completed his Master’s in Business Administration Majoring in Finance and Strategic Management from the University of Pennsylvania in 2010.
Between the years 2005-2006 Mostafa started working as a Software Engineer at IBM and helped the newly established department win the outsourcing of a 125 Million dollars project, the department’s first. Then he worked from 2006-2007 as an economic researcher in Ministry of Trade and Industry, MINISTER’S TECHNICAL OFFICE. From 2007 to 2008, he started working as a Reserve Management Unit at the Central Bank of Egypt. In 2010, he moved to McKinsey & Company as an Engagement manager.
Mostafa Mubarak established Solera in the late 2013 and is currently Managing Partner. He has signed projects that reached more than 100 Million EGP.
Non-Executive Board Member
Sherif H Kamel is the Founding Dean of the school of business at the American University in Cairo and the President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt. An education scholar, advisor, and management expert for more than 25 years, Kamel is an advocate of diversity, empowerment, inclusion and using a bottom-up leadership approach.
He served as director of the Regional IT Institute (1992-2001) and managed the training department of the Cabinet of Egypt Information and Decision Support Center. Hence, Kamel consults with government organizations and corporations, addressing organizational transformation, executive development, IT, management and strategy.
Kamel holds a PhD in information systems from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Nevertheless, he is the recipient of several honors for serving the IT community, including Conf-IRM (Canada), Cabinet of Egypt (2011), and IRMA USA (1999).
He is also a member of many associations:
- The AACSB International Middle East Advisory Council.
- Egypt-US Business Council.
- Eduniversal International Scientific Committee.
- A board member of Education for Employment.
- A non-executive board member of the Commercial International Bank (CIB) in Egypt.
CEO and Managing Director - Raya Holding
Mr. Ahmed Khalil currently serves as Raya Holding’s CEO and Managing Director. He brings in nearly 16 years of experience across the fields of sales, marketing and business development. Khalil gained extensive retail experience from running the family business, where he managed and developed a home-grown retail chain of fashion apparel stores.
After an intensive exposure with Microsoft Egypt, Mr. Khalil took the helm across Raya’ s recycling, food & beverage and real estate sectors where he developed the group’s recycling platform and then successfully established Raya F&B platform and expanded its principal chain, Ovio, into becoming one of Egypt’s most recognized dining options. In addition, he spearheaded the development and operation of Raya Smart Buildings and its flagship facility, Galleria 40, into becoming one of Cairo’s premier commercial developments.
Mr. Khalil graduated from the American University in Cairo in 2005 with a B.A. in Business Administration with a dual concentration in Finance and Marketing. Furthermore, he attained an MBA from Harvard Business School in 2012 with a focus in Corporate Finance and Real Estate.
Mr. Khalil has been serving on the board of Raya Holding since 2008 as well as previous membership of the boards of several leading companies such as Fawry and Rameda Pharmaceuticals. Mr. Khalil continues to serve on the boards of all of the group’s portfolio companies in addition to the Supervisory Board of Makarony Polski, the leading pasta manufacturer listed on Warsaw’s stock exchange.
CFO - Raya Holding
Hossam Hussein currently serves as the Chief Financial Officer of Raya Holding for Financial Investments where he is responsible for investment management, investor relations, business planning, tax administration and financial management. Additionally, his duties include monitoring the performance of all the companies in the Group in terms of performance indicators, the extent of achieving the objectives of the company and its future plan Hossam joined Raya Holding Group of Companies in 1999 where he has held several positions including: Treasurer and Credit Controller Manager for Raya Holding and Financial Manager of Raya Algeria. Hussein played a key role in the team that oversaw the IPO of Raya Holding in the Egyptian Stock Exchange in 2005.
Hossam possesses 23 years of experience in financial management, short and long-term loan and financing, as well as the interpretation and analysis of financial data, cash management, investments, long-term financial planning, budget planning and overall coordination of corporate investment decisions and strategy. During this period, he had also served as a board member for most of Raya Holding's subsidiaries.
Hossam holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Cairo University in 1995, an MBA from the Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Sciences and a certificate from the International Finance Institute (US Treasury) in international finance, cash management and modern derivatives. Furthermore, Hussein is a graduate of the Advanced Management Program (AMP) at Harvard Business School in 2018.
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Chief Human Resources and Corporate Services Officer – Raya Holding
Hazem Abdelhady is Raya Holding’s Chief Human Resources and Corporate Services Officer. Abdelhady joined Raya Holding in 2012 with 20 years of experience across the Banking and Hospitality sectors with a knowledge, experience and exposure spanning Egypt and Africa. In 2005, amid the start of the banking sector reform, Abdelhady managed the Central Bank of Egypt and The United Bank Human Resources modernization initiative. Prior to that, Abdelhady’s work experience includes serving as the Human Resources Director of Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts in Egypt, Regional Director of Training at Accor Hotels in Egypt and as Director of The Hilton Africa Training Center in Kenya.
Abdelhady holds a Bachelor’s of Science (B.Sc.) in Hotel Management and a Masters of Public Administration (MPA) from the American University in Cairo.
CEO - Aman for E-Payments
Mohamed Wahby currently serves as the CEO of AMAN E-Payments, a leading FINTECH Company that pledges a better quality of life to people through convenient, easy and available e-payment solutions. Prior to his role in AMAN, Wahby was the CEO of Raya Social Media, one of the newest subsidiaries of Raya Holding. Since its inception in 2011, Raya Social Media launched nassya.com, the first hyper-local social network in Egypt and the Arab world. Prior to Raya, Wahby spent all of his professional career in the ICT sector in Egypt, working for distinguished companies including Microsoft, IBM, The Bank of Nova Scotia and others in various positions including technology management, audience, and product marketing, and product development.
Under Wahby’s leadership, AMAN aspires to become the leading FINTECH Company in the region and envisions an ultimate Egyptian cash-less society with full financial inclusion, previously unattainable segments of Egypt’s population.
Wahby holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering from Ain Shams University and a Master’s in Computer Science from the University of Louisville. Wahby also holds an MBA from RITI, Maastricht School of Management in addition to graduating from the Advanced Management Program (AMP) at the Harvard Business School.
CEO - Aman Financial Services And Aman Microfinance
Hazem Moghazi currently serves as CEO for both Aman Financial Services and Aman Microfinance which he helped found in 2017 and 2018 respectively. He had joined Raya Trade, previously known as Protech, in 1999. Moghazi started his career at Raya as a network administrator in the Information Technology function, excelling and developing IT Systems and automation for the whole business. Moghazi’s achievements led him to becoming the IT Director of the Trade line of business. By 2010, he had assumed the responsibilities of Logistics Head in addition to the IT function implementing automation and development across the various logistics functions. By 2013, Moghazi was appointed as the Retail Director, wherein he introduced the mega-store concept as well as the installments concept. In addition, Moghazi played a crucial role in growing the number of stores to 100 stores including the franchise ones, leading to excellent financial results in terms of revenues and profits.
Hazem Moghazi graduated in 1997 from the Faculty of Engineering in Ain Shams University and obtained a Master’s in Business Administration MBA from RITI in 2010 along with completing the Advanced Management Diploma from Harvard Business School of Management.
CEO - Bariq
Usama Zaki was appointed BariQ CEO in September 2014. With a career that started in Alcatel Italy as a Telecom System Engineer and then joining the international leader group in the implementation of integrated transport and Metro systems, Ansaldo STS, Zaki was covering most of the projects phases from the conceptual and detailed design, installation, commissioning & startup to the operation and maintenance phase. Zaki has worked on several challenging projects such as Copenhagen Driverless Metro in Denmark, Dublin Light Rail Transit in Ireland, and Bresica Metro in Italy.
Zaki as well has assumed the position of the O&M Manager-Telecom system for the CPH metro. Zaki in 2005 has started his career with Raya and has become the maintenance director for five years where he and his great team succeeded to position Raya Maintenance as the leading consumer electronics after sales service provided in Egypt, the Middle East and Africa.
Tamer Badrawi currently serves as CEO of Ostool after having joined Raya in 2010 as the Director of Business Development. Prior to joining Raya, Badrawi worked at MAC, one of the factories of Oriental Weaver Group and had assumed the role of Senior Export Manager and was responsible for the European and Russian market. In 2001, Badrawi founded C3, Egypt’s first outsource call center, where he assumed the role of Founding Partner and Managing Director until the company was sold to Raya in 2009.
Badrawi graduated in 1995 from the American University in Cairo with a Bachelor’s Degree in Management and Construction Engineering.
CEO - Raya Contact Center
Ahmed Refky currently serves as the CEO of Raya Contact Center with a proven track record in guiding successful businesses by providing strategic vision, and enterprise leadership.
Previously, Refky was Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Planovate, a Florida based consulting practice, specializing in management and business turnarounds, startups, growth management, global expansions, Information Management, and business process outsourcing. Prior to that, he served as the Managing Partner and Co-Founder of Nutri Selections, specialized in sourcing premium quality private label food and beverages products to the U.S. Market. Refky managed to create “THE FRUIT JUICE” brand, and successfully penetrated several geographic locations nationwide.
Additionally, Refky was the Country Manager of Convergys in Egypt, setting up their new subsidiary. Before joining Convergys, he served as the Senior Vice President and a founding member of Xceed, a global BPO service provider. For a decade, and since its inception, Refky was responsible for defining and leading the implementation of Xceed's vision and strategy. His efforts allowed the company to exploit new geographic markets and verticals, witnessing more than 50% annual growth since its inception, soaring to be among the global 100 players in 2009 and 2010. He played a key role in pulling force to the whole call center/BPO industry in Egypt and helped position Egypt as one of the top destinations in the BPO industry. Prior to joining Xceed, he was the Regional IT Director and a member of the Global IS Steering Committee for ABB, a global leader in power and automation technologies.
Refky is known for his revenue and profitability growth abilities, as well as his versatility in starting up and turning around businesses in different industries. His strong business experience has equipped him to run businesses globally across different cultures. Refky is a dynamic, innovative, results-driven leader with a strong track record of performance in turnaround and high-paced global organizations. He has a great ability to advise, coach, shape strategies, and lead teams to achieve results by utilizing keen analysis, insights and team approach to drive organizational improvements. He possesses superior interpersonal skills, is capable of resolving multiple complex issues and motivating teams to peak performance.
Ahmed Refky holds a B.Sc. degree in Computer and Automatic Control along with continuing education across several institutes including the International Institute for Management Development (IMD), in Lausanne, Switzerland.
CEO -Raya Foods
Omar Abdel Aziz has been serving as The Chief Executive Officer of Raya Foods since June 2019. Prior to that, Omar had been serving as the Chief Commercial Officer for Raya Foods where he oversaw the growth of the company’s product portfolio as well as its expansion across various export markets. He joined Raya Holding in 2016 as a Senior Business Development Manager where he spearheaded the company’s acquisition of the International Union for Integrated Food Industries’ factory in Sadat City and its rehabilitation. Abdel Aziz has also served at ABB as a Business Development Manager and as a Senior Management Consultant with Deloitte after a stint with the Central Bank of Egypt as Senior Investment Associate.
Abdel Aziz holds an MBA in Strategy from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business as well as a Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering from the American University in Cairo.
Hesham Abdel Rassoul
CEO - Raya Information Technology
Hesham Abdel Rassoul is the current CEO of Raya Information Technology (IT) where he has an instrumental role in leading this line of business to provide the ideal mix of technology solutions to meet the unique requirements of business operations. Abdel Rassoul joined Raya in 1998 and held the position of Raya Integrations’ General Manager and Director of Infrastructure until September 2007. With his strong track record, he developed a high caliber team that was responsible for designing and implementing solutions for all the Infrastructure projects.
Abdel Rassoul graduated from the faculty of Engineering at Ain Shams University majoring in Telecommunications and is a member of the AmCham and BEBA associations.
CEO - Raya FMCG
Gamal Hussein is the current CEO of Raya FMCG, a subsidiary of Raya Holding. Hussein joined Raya 21 years ago as Operations Manager. During this period, Hussein held senior positions in different areas in Raya such as Retail and Customer Care Manager, Marketing Manager, Logistics and Administration Director and Business Development Director across different LOBs in different industries such as IT, telecommunications and retail. Prior to that, Hussein’s work experience includes several positions in companies such as Nestle, Jemma Group (Ezz Group), Maghrabi Group and GMC Group.
Hussein holds an MBA from Maastricht University – Netherlands.
Hussein is a member in some organizations such as Who and Middle East Retail Academy.
CEO - Raya Restaurants
Karim Khalife is the current CEO of Raya Restaurants with a long history of entrepreneurship and involvement in the hospitality field. With more than 20 years of experience across various industry leaders, Khalife worked in every facet of the hospitality sector. His career encompasses managerial and executive positions with InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), International Restaurants Group (IRG), and Watheeqa Investment Company (WIC). He has excelled by focusing on key areas of expertise: selection and finalization of business concept, strategic management, due diligence and hospitality contract management, business expansions, mergers & acquisitions, manpower, recruitment, coaching, organizational restructuring etc.
Khalife has he been a key contributor to the initiation, launching and success of several hotels and restaurants in Africa and the Middle East. He has also founded and managed the Cairo-based catering concept Kitchen Moves which targets corporations, schools and individuals, with a service offering ranging from managing cafeterias, to executive coffee breaks, lunches, dinners as well as private events.
Khalife offered consulting services to startups, companies and investors, helping them in (1) setting up and developing their businesses in the fields of hotels, restaurants and retail; (2) identifying investment opportunities, while creating high quality financial models to translate conceptual business models into profit-making businesses; and (3) developing brands with a view to penetrate the Middle Eastern and African markets. As such, Khalife has developed an excellent awareness of the business ecosystem and an exceptional ability to think global while acting with an understanding of the region’s specifics.
Staying true to his culture of entrepreneurship and leadership, Karim seeks to achieve, motivate, inspire and share his skills, knowledge and experience through offering mentoring sessions to startups.
Khalife holds a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from the Universities of Paris Dauphine and Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne in France. He had graduated from the Glion Hotel School in Switzerland with a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Hospitality and Tourism Management as well as holding a BSc in Hospitality Management from the University of Wales in England.
Karim is an active member in several organizations such as serving as a Board Member of the Egyptian Lebanese Businessmen Association in Egypt where he has played a prominent role as Event Organizer and Keynote Speaker.
CEO – Raya Smart Buildings
Ahmed Ibrahim currently serves as CEO of Raya Smart Buildings with over 20 years of progressive experience in the roles of Finance Director, COO and CEO. Ibrahim began his career in the distribution industry before moving to Raya Trade at the time when it was expanding rapidly across Egypt and Nigeria. Afterwards, he accepted a new challenge in the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) industry by joining Raya Contact Center where he spent almost three successful years in restructuring the finance department. Later, Ibrahim was part of the Raya Restaurants team that created one of Raya’s leading brands ‘Ovio’ that currently competes with international F&B brands.
Ibrahim possesses wealth of experience in hands-on review of operational and financial data, identifying opportunities to improve both revenue and profit, and implement the changes to achieve real results. Ibrahim has been responsible for finance department reorganization and improvement, short/long term financial and business planning, comprehensive budgeting and cash flow modelling, operational and financial reporting, banking and treasury, capital venture and private equity for small and medium business, IT implementation and management, optimizing multi-site operations, and managing different hubs. In addition to his financial skills, Ibrahim has extensive management experience and skills including staff team building, management communication, and board and investor relation.
Ibrahim holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Ain Shams University in 1999. Additionally he holds a Master Degree in Business Administration from ESLSCA Business School. Ibrahim is also a chartered accountant with a CMA designation since 2010.
CEO - Raya Trade
Bassem Megahed currently serves as the CEO of Raya Trade. He joined Raya in 2001 while the company was expanding rapidly across Egypt and regionally as well. Megahed grew rapidly within Raya across various accounting functions while excelling and developing plans and strategies that achieve seamless processes. By 2003, he had become an accomplished accounting manager and his work was extended to the rest of the financial function. His sharp financial vision and dynamic style soundly supported Raya Trade’s rapid growth and was an asset to the corporate finance function as a whole. By 2007, Megahed was chosen as the Director Head of Finance at Raya Trade, where he has since continued as a key player in the critical preparation of short and long-term financial plans and forecasts, analyzing and reporting the financial performance of Raya Trade to the management and Board of Directors.
Bassem Megahed graduated in 1996 from the Faculty of Commerce in Cairo University and holds the General Management Diploma from Harvard Business School of Management.
Mohamed El Naggar
CEO - Raya Auto
Mohamed El Naggar has been serving as the CEO of Raya Advanced Manufacturing since November 2019. With a 15 year proven track record in growing different lines of businesses across Raya Group. El Naggar has been one of the main pillars that shaped the business of Raya Contact Center (RCC), where he led the company to penetrate new markets across EMEA and signed multiple agreements with strategic global customers. In 2011, he had acquired the responsibility of leading different sectors in Raya IT sales organization where he managed to grow the business to new records and position Raya IT as the preferred partner for digital transformation.
El Naggar’s achievements were evident in every position he held. His contribution to commercial growth and development of different strategies to build a sustainable business across different LOBs has been an essential aspect of Raya’s success.
El Naggar holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Misr International University, along with a Master’s in International Trade from the University of Wales and a Leadership Diploma from London Business School (LBS). In 2020, El Naggar graduated from Harvard Business School after completing the General Management Program (GMP).
Subject to the disclosure and listing rules set by the Egyptian Stock Exchange (EGX) and approved by the Egyptian Capital Market Authority (CMA) under license number 273 dated 16/06/1999, Raya Holding complies with the code of best practices in corporate governance, financial reporting, disclosure regulations and listing rules. With a strong commitment to abide by the highest standards of corporate governance, the board of directors (the “Board”) attributes strong emphasis to identifying and implementing appropriate corporate governance practices to ensure transparency, accountability and effective internal controls. Raya’s Board routinely meets at least four times annually to align and discuss the group’s business performance and strategy. The Board reserves the right to discuss major strategic and financial decisions related to new investments, divestment decisions, approval of significant alliances, major capital investment transactions and the compensation of the executive management of the company. Under Raya’s Articles of Association, a Board election is held every three years, during which members may choose to run again. With a board performance evaluation, the elected Board’s biographical background and credentials are disclosed in the explanatory notes of the notice during the annual general meeting.
With a firm creed in sound corporate governance practices, Raya’s board of directors fulfills its responsibilities in accordance with the essential foundation of Raya’s corporate governance guidelines, committed to comply with the mandates of the Capital Markets Authority (‘CMA’) in Egypt. The Corporate Governance Committee periodically reviews the guidelines and proposes modifications to the Board for consideration as appropriate. Board meetings are held at the company headquarters upon the call of the Board Chair or the demand of one third of the board members. Under no circumstances should there be less than one meeting every quarter. Following the end of each fiscal year, the Board conducts an annual performance evaluation to assess the Board’s performance effectiveness overseen by the Corporate Governance Committee. The Nomination and Governance Committee is responsible for establishing evaluation criteria and implementing its process, as well as considering other corporate governance principles subject to consideration by the Board.
BOD Committees Purpose
- The purpose of the committee is to assist the Board in ensuring that its composition, structure, policies and processes meet all relevant legal and regulatory requirements.
- To strive to achieve global corporate governance best practices standards and to facilitate the Board and objective of increasing the long-term value of the company, recommending qualified directors and committee nominees to the Board.
- To review HR policies.
- To identify any additional skills and experiences that might be required to enhance the performance of the Board, to interview candidates and to recommend appointments to or removals from the Board.
- To review the performance of any director seeking re-election at the forthcoming annual general meeting.
- To ensure/monitor the implementation of the Corporate Governance Code and that all items are covered under all committees.
Corporate Governance FrameworkAudit Committee Charter Board of Directors & Management Securities Trading Policy Board of Directors Charter Code of Ethics and Business Conduct Corporate Citizenship Policy Corporate Governance Framework Disclosure Policy Gender Equality Policy Information Technology Governance Policy Nomination Committee Charter Related Party Transactions Policy Remuneration Committee Charter Risk Management Policy Whistle Blowing Policy
Relations with Shareholders
The company maintains regular contact with shareholders, institutional investors, the financial community and the media through a structured investor relations program. The program includes regular formal announcements and publications relating to material events and financial results, a bi-annual institutional investors’ event as well as meetings with the chairman, chief executive officers and the chief financial officer. Private shareholders are also encouraged to attend the annual general meeting and to express their views and questions prior to the meeting, which is reported to the Board and responded to in the Chairman’s address.
After making inquiries, the directors consider that the company has adequate resources to continue operating for the foreseeable future. For this reason the going concern basis has been adopted in the program.
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