Sakr is a Financial Management professional with 22 years of multi-disciplinary experience with a consistent record of delivering results in growth, revenue, cost, operational performance and profitability. Throughout his career, Sakr has displayed excellence in managing financial functions, providing insight to the financial decision-making process, streamlining and formulating cost-effective solutions for enhancing overall profitability of organizations. Early on in his career, Sakr started as a Marketing Analyst at KPMG Hazem Hassan Consulting Services in 1999, where he successfully managed a number of world-renowned international brands across diverse industries such as Kraft foods, Edita, Coca-Cola, Ghabbour Auto (Hyundai), ASEC Cement, British American Tobacco, DHL, Travco Holding, Thomas Cook, and Novartis Pharma among others. Later on, Sakr gained extensive knowledge in financial planning, controlling and auditing through auditing financial statements and projects for NGOs such as Near East Foundation Office and the United Nations for Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA). In 2002, Sakr was promoted to Audit Deputy Manager where he demonstrated strong leadership skills, supervising audit teams and leading negotiations and biddings. With his results-driven approach and expertise, Sakr became Accounting Manager at Kuehne + Nagel Ltd. Egypt in 2012 and began managing and directing the entire range of financial operations across Egypt in 2016 as the National Finance & Administration Manager. In this role, he drove P&L improvements and led the budget-planning process with an emphasis on ensuring service reliability, reducing costs and improving gross margins, revenue earning capacity and profitability. Sakr graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from Helwan University in 1999. He went on to attain a Diploma of Feasibility Study and Business Valuation from the Faculty of Economics and Political Science from Cairo University in 2001. Sakr passed the intermediate level of the Egyptian Society for Accountants and Auditors in 2008, as well as the four sections of the CPA Exam from New Hampshire Board of Accountancy in 2012.