Omar Kabbaj

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Omar Kabbaj
6th President of the African Development Bank
In office
1 September 1995 – 1 September 2005
Preceded byBabacar Ndiaye
Succeeded byDonald Kaberuka
Personal details
Born15 August 1942
Rabat, Morocco
NationalityMoroccan

Omar Kabbaj is an advisor to King Mohammed VI of Morocco, since 22 June 2006. He has been the chairman of the African Development Bank from 26 August 1995 to 1 September 2005. He was a member of the International Monetary Fund (1980–1993) board and member of the Board of Directors of the World Bank (1979–1980), and Minister Delegate to the Prime Minister of Morocco, and was in charge of Economic affairs, from 1993 to 1995.

Omar Kabbaj is also a Knight of the Order of the Throne of Morocco. He holds a Master in management from Toulouse Business School.[1]

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