Mohamed Hassan Youssef holds the position of Under-Secretary of Technical Support for Investment at the National Investment Bank (NIB). Prior to this he served as the General Manager of Transport Project Finance and Credit, a position which oversees the administration of governmental investments in the amount of LE 10bn annually. A part time lecturer at the AUC, he is also a published author with several books and numerous articles to his name with a core focus on economics and financial instruments. Most notable are “The World Financial Crisis: Why Insolvable?”, “Repercussions of World Financial Crisis”, and “Dictionary of Economic Terms”. Youssef holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University 1987. He later attained several certifications and academic degrees including a Diploma of Islamic Economics from Cairo University in 2006, and MPPA from the Faculty of Global Affairs and Public Policy, the American University in Cairo (AUC) in 2010.
Youssef sits on the Boards of several organizations including Egytrans, Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank-Egypt (ADIB) and the Egyptian Black Sand Company (EBSC). In addition, he chaired the Board at Afak for Agricultural and Animal Development (till May 2017).