Fadi Saab has an enriching professional track record over the past 40+ years in Private Equity, Investment Banking, Corporate Finance, Aviation, Tourism, Hospitality, Logistics, and Strategic Management Consultancy. After graduating form INSEAD in Fontainebleau with a MBA in Finance, he started a banking career at SIB - London and JP Morgan Guarantee - New York, to become later one of the youngest VP’s of Bankers Trust (BTCo NY) - responsible for the International Investment Management Group in the MENA region. Established Trans Capital Holding in the late 80’s and was Chairman & CEO of several companies operating between Europe and the Middle East in aviation, tourism and hospitality (North African Aviation, TransMed Airlines, TransAlsace Airlines and Trans Tourism International). In mid 1990’s he provided consultancy services to the Investment Development Authority of Lebanon (IDAL) - Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Minister of Public Works & Transportation, Minister of Tourism. Fadi was Chairman & CEO of TMA, Lebanon’s national cargo airline for 12 years till 2008, thereafter was Founder/Chairman and/or CEO of several investment and operating companies in Germany, Denmark, France, Spain, and Lebanon (Top Capital Finance, Aqua Capital Invest, Midtown Hotels; Arab Leasing, United Food Technologies Group, Aqualife A/S, AquaCulture Technologies). In addition to being Founder & Chairman of Trans Capital Finance (UK), Trans Capital Invest (UK), and Pine Real Estate Development (Lebanon), he is an active participant in various economic or business associations, and numerous NGO’s promoting Integrity; Anti-corruption; Governance Principles, and Quality Standards (B20 Task Forces, Better Business Group, MENA-OECD Working Group, ICCLebanon, AmCham Lebanon, IOD Lebanon, and Lebanese Society for Quality). Fadi participates regularly as co-organizer or speaker at major economic & financial conferences, while providing several advisory tasks to promote SME development for various international organizations in France, Spain, Turkey and Lebanon.