Fadwa Sahly- Chief Risk Officer
Fadwa is the Chief Risk Officer of the Dubai Green Fund. She brings 17+ years of international experience.
Fadwa started her career with Deutsche Bank and Moody’s in Toronto before joining the Bermuda Monetary Authority, where she built the risk analytics function.
Fadwa was then selected as part of the international team to assist with the banking crisis in Ireland, following the collapse of banks during the International Financial Crisis. In her capacity as Head of Stress Testing with the Central Bank of Ireland, she led the loan loss forecast assessment and capital implications, and represented Irish banks within the European Banking Authority.
Her areas of expertise include: advising on structuring of investment transactions / vehicles, areas of risk culture, risk appetite and limit framework, risk/return optimization, credit / counterparty risk, ERM, stress testing frameworks and capital buffer management.
Fadwa holds a Bachelor Degree in Finance from George Mason University (Washington D.C. Area), a Master’s Degree in Econometrics from Concordia University (Montreal) and acquired her CFA charter-holder in 2003 (Toronto).