PUA’s Faculty of Financial and Administrative Sciences signed a cooperation protocol with the Egyptian Exchange (EGX). This is to enhance cooperation and exchange of knowledge in the fields of investment and finance. This protocol comes within the framework of the Faculty’s efforts to strengthen relations with key financial institutions in Egypt, such as the Egyptian Exchange, and to encourage young people to take an interest in financial markets. In addition, this partnership aims to provide educational and training opportunities for PUA’s students and faculty members in finance and investment. It also aims to exchange economic research and studies that enhance students’ and the local community’s understanding of the role of financial markets in economic development.


A high-level delegation from the Egyptian Exchange attended to sign the protocol, namely:

Mr. Ahmed Abdel Rahman Al-Sheikh, Chairman of the Egyptian Exchange

Mr. Ayman Taha, Media Advisor to the Chairman of the Egyptian Exchange

Ms. Marwa Al-Baz, Public Relations and Financial Culture Director

Ms. Hend Gamal, Deputy Director, Public Relations Department

Mr. Ahmed Al-Desouky, Promotion Deputy Director, General Authority for Investment

Mr. Ahmed Al-Bashir, Promotion Deputy Director, Egyptian Media Production City

Mr. Mohamed Salim, Director General, Research Department

Major Gen. Waleed Khafagi, Deputy Director, Security and Protocol Sector

Mr. Mario Fakhry, Marketing and Financial Culture Specialist


PUA’s delegation, however, included the following officials:

Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Mohieddin, PUA’s President

Prof. Dr. Nourhan Fanaky, Vice President for Follow-up of Education and Quality Assurance

Prof. Dr. Alaa Ramadan, Vice President for Education and Student Affairs

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Etman, Vice President for Environmental Development and Community Service Affairs

Prof. Dr. Tariq Taha, Dean, PUA’s Faculty of Financial and Administrative Sciences

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wael Mustafa, Vice Dean, PUA’s Faculty of Financial and Administrative Sciences