Nadine Ghosn Eid is the Founder of BeyondComply, a compliance consultancy and training firm established to help financial services companies understand and overcome the challenges arising from compliance, regulation, and market developments.
Nadine is a Member of the Advisory Council of AGRC (Association of Governance, Risk, and Compliance).
She is also a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS) based in Beirut who’s been a Speaker at various Global Compliance and Financial Crime Prevention Conferences and has more than 28 years of Banking Experience with a focus on Compliance, Treasury, Capital Markets and Private Banking, in addition to 18 years of concentration in the Cards and Payments Industry.
Nadine serves as a Professional Consultant in Anti-Money Laundering, Governance Risk & Compliance, Regulatory Compliance, Data Protection, Virtual Assets Regulation, and Cards Industry Rules and Regulations.
She is also certified as a Trainer by the European Institute of Management and Finance (EIMF), an EU GDPR Foundation and Practitioner by The Knowledge Academy UK, and in Financial Derivatives, Securities, and FSA Regulations by the UK’s Chartered Institute for Securities & Investments (CISI).
Nadine currently also holds the position of Director of Compliance & Regulatory Affairs at areeba, a Leading Regional Financial Technology company specialized in payment cards and electronic services and in offering issuing and acquiring services to banks, other financial institutions, merchants, and retailers.
Prior to areeba, Nadine worked for 14 years with CSCBank sal, a regional leader in the card and electronic payment processing industry, of which the last three years have been also as Head of Compliance.
Nadine holds a Master’s Degree in Money and Banking from The American University of Beirut.
She has an extended financial experience in the Middle Eastern, African, American, and European markets. She is fluent in English, French, and Arabic, and is no stranger to EU and US legislations, having worked for multiple banks that do business in European and American markets.