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Encyclopedia > Ahmed Fahour

Ahmed Fahour is an Australian of Lebanese descent, and is the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian operations of the National Australia Bank (NAB). Australia, officially the Commonwealth of Australia, is the sixth-largest country in the world, the only country to occupy an entire continent, and the largest in the region of Australasia/Oceania. ... Chief Executive redirects here. ... The National Australia Bank or nab (ASX: NAB, LSE: NAB, NYSE: NAB, TYO: 8637) colloquially the National or the NAB. The NAB is part of the NAB Group. ...


Fahour was raised in Australia, but his family migrated to Australia when he was an infant. [1] He studied at St Joseph's College in North Fitzroy, and later attended Redden College in Preston (now called Samaritan Catholic College). After high school, he attended Latrobe University in Melbourne from 1984. After a brief spell as a graduate trainee at the ANZ Bank, he went on to complete his Master of Business Administration degree (MBA) at Melbourne Business School in 1993 while working for Boston Consulting Group. He became a director of the group in 1997 and spent a year as Co-Managing Director of its joint-venture investment company, Iformation. While at BCG, he worked closely with many other Australian business people, including Colin Carter, George Pappas, Maurie Koop, and Mark Joiner. Samaritan Catholic College is a Roman Catholic all-boys high school, located in Preston, Melbourne, Australia. ... La Trobe University is a multicampus university with campuses in Melbourne (about 16000 students), Bendigo (about 5000 students), Albury-Wodonga (about 2000 students) and minor campuses at Mildura, Shepparton, Beechworth and Mount Buller. ... This article is about the Australian city; the name may also refer to City of Melbourne or Melbourne city centre (also known as The CBD). ... The Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited; ASX: ANZ, NZX: ANZ, NYSE: ANZ), commonly called ANZ, is the third largest bank in Australia, after the National Australia Bank and the Commonwealth Bank. ... MBA redirects here. ... Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a tertiary degree in business management. ... The Melbourne Business School (MBS) is a graduate business school in Melbourne, Australia. ... “BCG” redirects here. ...


He joined Citigroup in 2000 as senior vice-president of corporate development in New York, at the age of 36. In February 2004 Fahour was named chief executive of Citigroup Australia. After that, he left to become CEO of NAB's Australian operations. Citi redirects here. ... This article is about the state. ...


As part of his deal to join NAB, Fahour received an upfront payment for what he would reportedly have received had he stayed at Citigroup: a cash payment of $3.9 million in January 2005, plus options and shares worth $9.5 million over the next four years. NAB has offered him a four-year contract worth about $34 million if he meets all performance targets, otherwise earning $1.5 million per year if targets are not met.[2]


Fahour is among the highest-paid executives in Australia, running the biggest division of one of the country’s four major banks. He started work in the role on September 1, 2004.[3] He was ranked 54 in Business Review Weekly's for 2004.[citation needed] is the 244th day of the year (245th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2004 (MMIV) was a leap year starting on Thursday of the Gregorian calendar. ... The Business Review Weekly (BRW) is Australias pre-eminent weekly business magazine. ...


He is also a high profile member of the Australian Football League (AFL) club Carlton Football Club and presented the NAB Pre-season Premiership Cup to victorious Carlton FC captain Lance Whitnall in March 2007.[citation needed] Carlton Football Club, nicknamed The Blues, is the sixth oldest Australian rules football club and the third oldest club in the Australian Football League. ...


References

  1. ^ Template:Cite web url=www.nab.com.au/vgnmedia/downld/ACOSS speech 090408 Final.pdf
  2. ^ Luisa Saccotelli (20 March 2005). Fahour reflects on NAB success. Inside Business. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved on 2007-06-30.
  3. ^ Group Executive Committee. NAB Group. Retrieved on 2007-06-30.
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