Naguib Kheraj (born July 1964) is a British banker.
Naguib Kheraj was born in July 1964. Kheraj was educated at Dulwich College, London, and Cambridge University, where he graduated with a degree in economics. A member of the Ismaili community, Kheraj grew up in eastern Africa, Switzerland, Pakistan and the Middle East.
Kheraj began his banking career at Salomon Brothers in 1986, and went on to hold a number of senior positions at other international financial institutions. Over the course of 12 years at Barclays, Kheraj served as group finance director and vice-chairman, as well as in various business leadership positions. He was chief executive officer (CEO) of JP Morgan Cazenove, a London-based investment banking business.
Kheraj is a former non-executive director of NHS England, and has served as a senior advisor to Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs and to the Financial Services Authority in the UK. He has served as a member of the board of the UK-US Fulbright Commission.
Kheraj is a non-executive director of Standard Chartered, an international banking group; of Rothesay Life, a specialist pensions insurer; and serves on the investment committee of the Wellcome Trust.
Kheraj spends the majority of his time as a senior advisor to the Aga Khan Development Network, and serves on the Boards of various entities therein. He is also chairman of its endowment committee.
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