Sajjad Sabur

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"Saj Sabur is a Managing Director at HSBC and head of Principal Investments Africa. Saj joined HSBC in 2005 bringing with him over 12 years of investment banking experience. During his career, he has acted as financial adviser, senior lender, mezzanine lender and equity investor to transactions totalling over USD8.5bn across a variety of sectors and geographies. In addition to his work with a variety of clients at HSBC, he was instrumental in establishing the Middle East and North African Infrastructure Fund (“MENA Infrastructure Fund”). Saj is a Board Director for a number of companies including NFC and a governor at an inner city school in London. Prior to joining HSBC, Mr Sabur worked at Hambros Bank, SG and CIT Structured Finance. He read Economics BA (Hons), is a qualified accountant and has an MBA from the London Business School." [1]

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  1. New Forest Company Board, organizational web page, accessed April 12, 2012.