Eirvin Knox

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Eirvin Knox
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Occupation CEO
Employer Ambata Capital Partners
Location United Arab Emirates
LinkedIn Profile
Website ambata.com

Eirvin Knox is CEO of Ambata Capital Middle East, a division of Ambata Capital Partners.[1]

Background

Prior to joining Ambata, he was CEO of Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank. Prior to ADBC, he was the CEO and chief general manager of Al Ahli Bank of Kuwait, which grew to be the fourth-largest bank in Kuwait under his guidance.[2] Knox resigned from the position in May 2009.[3]

Education

He earned a bachelor's degree in international relations from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1968.[4]

John Lothian News Interviews

Eirvin Knox of Ambata Capital Partners Discusses Managed Funds in the Middle East
Eirvin Knox has been the in the international banking business for more than 30 years, spending the past decade in the Middle East, as CEO of Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank. He spoke with JLN Managed Futures editor Jim Kharouf at the 2012 Emerging Managers Forum about the Middle East’s investment climate, and what it takes to attract investment from customers in that region. Knox currently serves as CEO of Ambata Capital Middle East, a division of the global investment and advisory firm, Ambata Capital Partners and non-executive director of Banque Havilland. Published September 4, 2012.[5]


Eirvin Knox of Ambata Capital Partners Discusses Renewable Energy in the Middle East and Africa
Eirvin Knox has been the in the international banking business for more than 30 years, spending the past decade in the Middle East, as CEO of Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank. Knox currently serves as CEO of Ambata Capital Middle East, a division of the global investment and advisory firm, Ambata Capital Partners. Knox focuses on clean energy and sustainability projects in the Middle East and Africa. He spoke with JLN Environmental/Energy editor Jim Kharouf at the 2012 Emerging Managers Forum in London about renewable and sustainable energy projects and the prominent role they are taking in the region. Published August 8, 2012.[6]

References

  1. Eirvin Knox CEO, Ambata Capital Middle East. Ambata Capital Partners.
  2. Eirvin Knox, LinkedIn Profile. LinkedIn.
  3. ADCB CEO Resigns. Gulf News.
  4. Eirvin Knox, LinkedIn Profile. LinkedIn.
  5. Eirvin Knox of Ambata Capital Partners Discusses Managed Funds in the Middle East. John Lothian News.
  6. Eirvin Knox of Ambata Capital Partners Discusses Renewable Energy in the Middle East and Africa. John Lothian News.