Mohamed Nour El Dine
Mohamed has over 13 years of experience in the financial field. Mohamed’s solid expertise in risk management, internal control and financial management has been gained from top tier institutions in the region. He was the Vice-President of Risk management/ Internal Controls and SOX Officer at Siemens Technologies S.A.E. Egypt.
During his tenor with Siemens, he advised the management on enterprise risk management methodology, risk assessments and risk mitigation strategies for the firm’s four sectors (Energy, Industry, Infrastructure & Cities and Healthcare). In 2010, Mohamed implemented the new risk management and internal control integrated approach based on COSO I and COSO II framework. As SOX officer, Mohamed was responsible for the effectiveness of the 302 and 404 processes and related certification within Siemens. He was appointed as compliance officer, where he was responsible for executing the compliance program. Mohamed’s role was instrumental in leading Siemens to surpass the Monitor review appointed by the SEC. His role was also detrimental in the establishment of the cluster performance controlling function for the Middle East region.. Mohamed started his career in Siemens in the regional audit team and audited several divisions in UAE, Kuwait, Qatar and IRAN.
Before Siemens, Mohamed was the Group Internal Control supervisor for LaFarge-Titan where he supervised the SOX activities before the delisting of Lafarge. Prior to Lafarge-Titan, Mohamed served as senior consultant in PwC where he was exposed to several internal control, internal audit, secondments and special assignments. His main clients were PepsiCo, Chipsy for food industries, Orange, Alkan (ElThuraya), SunMicrosystmes, Nortel Networks, Sadko. Mohamed started his career in Alcatel Egypt in the finance department.
Mohamed holds bachelor degree in accountancy from Ain Shams University (French Section) and a Maîtrise de Sciences de Gestion from Poitiers University France.