MOVES-Bahrain lender ABC says CEO to retire in July
DUBAI Feb 7 (Reuters) - Bahrain-based Arab Banking Corporation said on Thursday its president and chief executive, Hassan Ali Juma, will retire in July.
The bank, 59.4-percent owned by the Central Bank of Libya, will begin searching for a candidate to replace Juma, who has been in the role since April 2008, a statement said.
Juma will gradually hand over day-to-day running of the lender from March to Khaled Kawan, currently group deputy chief executive, who will ensure continuity until a permanent replacement is appointed, the lender said. (Reporting by David French; Editing by Amran Abocar)
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