Walid Chammah

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Walid Chammah
Occupation Co-President
Employer Morgan Stanley
Website www.morganstanley.com

Walid Chammah was named co-president of Morgan Stanley on Nov. 29, 2007.[1]

Background[edit]

Walid Chammah joined Morgan Stanley in 1993 as head of U.S. Debt Capital Markets. In 1996, he was promoted to worldwide head of Debt Capital Markets Services. In 2001, Chammah's responsibilities were extended to include Worldwide Leveraged Finance, and in 2002 he formed and headed the Global Capital Markets Group, which combined the Firm’s debt and equity capital markets activities. In 2005, Chammah was named global head of Investment Banking and in July 2007 he was named chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley International overseeing all of the firm’s operations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Before joining Morgan Stanley, Chammah was a managing director of Credit Suisse First Boston, responsible for U.S. Taxable Fixed Income Capital Markets and Structured Finance Groups. He had previously been a senior vice president with Blyth Eastman PaineWebber, responsible for liability management swaps.

Education[edit]

A native of Lebanon, Mr. Chammah graduated from the American University of Beirut with a Bachelor of Business Administration in 1976 and received a Masters Degree in International Management from American Graduate School of International Management in 1977.

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