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Jaber Jabbour

Jaber Jabbour, who speaks Arabic, English and French, moved to the UK from Syria in 2004, taking a place at Imperial College, from which he graduated with an MSc in finance with the best overall performance on the course. A stint at Houlihan Lokey followed, where he helped Iraq restructure its debt after the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime. He then moved into fixed income at Goldman Sachs, where he generated trade ideas and structured financial products, solutions and derivative strategies for institutional investors. In 2009, he founded Ethos, advising finance ministries, debt management offices and other public entities how to restructure their swaps and derivatives portfolios. The firm is also working with law firm Hausfeld, which is pursuing a class action lawsuit related to the manipulation of Libor, to assist investors in recovering losses related to the case and the misselling of derivatives and structured products.
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