OUR TEAM

Our team is built on the seasoned expertise of highly skilled finance professionals. Their background include private, investment and commercial banking, project management and private equity, credit ratings and analytics; but their common passion is ethical economics, in strict compliance with the principles of Shari’ah. Our approach is a socio-economic one: it is essential for us that ethical values are on sight when Euris Group ventures into a business or a project.
Ammar Dabbour
Ammar Dabbour
Ammar Dabbour, Managing Partner and Founder, held different positions as senior private banker, associate director and Head of the Middle East North Africa desk with different top banks. He has many years of experience in portfolio and client relationship management of leading financial institutions in Luxembourg and MENA countries.
With strong relationship in the MENA countries he has been involved in private equity activities where he acted as a private advisor offering a broad range of services to private clients, institutions and corporations. He built his career on his expertise in finance, Islamic finance and knowledge of the MENA market.
Anouar Hassoune
Anouar Hassoune
Anouar Hassoune, Managing Director, used to be a Vice President & Senior Credit Officer for Moody’s Investors Service, one of the leading rating agencies globally. Before holding this position, Anouar used to be a credit analyst at another well-known rating agency, namely Standard & Poor’s.
Anouar was responsible for the rating coverage of banks in the Middle East and North Africa, and also handled the global coordination of Moody’s initiatives in the field of Islamic finance. Anouar teaches Islamic finance and applied economics within various leading Universities and Business Schools in France.
Ashley Freeman
Ashley Freeman
Ashley, Group General Counsel, is an English lawyer with more than 20 years experience in Islamic banking & finance. He is best known for his 13 year tenure as General Counsel of the Central Bank of Bahrain (regulator of arguably the foremost Islamic banking centre in the world) and for setting-up the Islamic Finance department at leading law firm Clifford Chance.
Ashley has been involved in several ground-breaking initiatives in the Islamic finance sector, including drafting the founding documents of the Islamic Financial Services Board (the global regulatory body) and working on some of the first Sovereign Sukuk transactions in the Arab Gulf region. He holds MA and BA degrees in Law from Cambridge University and is a well-known speaker at Islamic finance conferences around the world.