Atter Hannoura

Director, Public Private Partnership, Central Unit. Egypt Ministry of Finance

Atter Hannoura

Director, Public Private Partnership, Central Unit. Egypt Ministry of Finance

Biography

Eng. Atter Hannoura is the Director of the Public Private Partnership’s Central Unit within the Ministry of Finance for Egypt. He is a PPP procurement and contract management professional, with all-round business experience mainly gained from working for multilateral organisations since 1997; USAID for one year and the World Bank for 9 years. Within these organisations he worked as a Management Information System (MIS) and procurement expert, which included responsibility for full Project Management, Financing and Contract Management in the MENA Region.

Eng. Hannoura has worked as Deputy General Manager, Business Development Director and Vice President for different regional and local organisations with a strong focus on customer satisfaction. Such professional variety has provided high level exposure in a breadth of areas such as legal, logistics, sales and distribution. Eng. Hannoura has business experience in the Egyptian and Middle Eastern markets, cross-functional commercial and corporate affairs, as well as in the implementation of business and technology solutions.

Eng. Atter Hannoura joined the Ministry of Finance for the Egyptian Government in 2007 to participate in establishing the PPP Central Unit within the Central Department for PPP Projects. Other responsibilities include Tendering Affairs & Contract Management and implementing PPP initiatives on a national basis. In May 2011 Eng. Hannoura was promoted to be the Director of the PPP Central Unit. Eng. Hannoura is a current Board member for the Alexandria Bank (Intesa San Paolo) and has been since March 2012.

Session:

Day 2: Tuesday 25th April 2017

13:45 – 15:20 – Finance Bridging the Bankability Gap: Emerging Models for PPPs