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Central banker

Nasser Hassan Saidi, British, Swiss central banker. Recipient Peter Conibear prize Department Economics, University Rochester, 1977; Milton friedman fellow University Chicago, 1978. President Commission for Banking Technology, Beirut, since 1993, Commission for Development and Modernization of Financial and Banking Laws, Beirut, since 1994. Member Economic Research Forum.

Background

Saidi, Nasser Hassan was born on October 7, 1950 in Manchester, England. Son of Hassan Youssef and Mary Peter (Keane) Saidi.

Education

Bachelor in Economics, American University Beirut, 1972. Master of Science in Economics, London School of Economics, 1973. Master of Arts in Economics, University Rochester, New York, 1977.

Doctor of Philosophy in economics, University Rochester, New York, 1979.

Career

Research fellow London School of Economics, 1973-1974. Assistant professor department economics and business, director undergraduate program University Chicago, 1977-1980. Director research, professor Graduate Institute International Studies, Geneva, 1980-1982.

Professor University Geneva, 1982-1985. Lecturer International Center for Monetary and Banking Studies, Geneva, 1985-1989. Economic advisor, director The Private Bank Company, London, 1990-1992.

Lecturer American University Beirut, since 1993. 1st vice-governor Banque du Liban, Beirut, since 1993. Financial and economics consultant Nova Scotia Consultant, Beirut.

Membership

President Commission for Banking Technology, Beirut, since 1993, Commission for Development and Modernization of Financial and Banking Laws, Beirut, since 1994. Member Economic Research Forum.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: classical music, opera, swimming, science fiction.

Connections

Married Safa ali Arab, September 18, 1982. Children: Marya, Tarek, Talal.

father:
Hassan Youssef Saidi

mother:
Mary Peter (Keane) Saidi

spouse:
Safa ali Arab

child:
Talal Saidi

child:
Tarek Saidi

child:
Marya Saidi