Atter Ezzat Mohamed Hannoura
Eng. Atter Hannoura has 34 years of professional working experience in different capacities and business sectors. He received his bachelor Of Engineering (ICT) in 1981 and his Law degree in 2016.
Eng. Hannoura is a PPP procurement and contract management professional, with all-round business experience mainly gained from working for the multilateral Organizations since 1997 (USAID 1 year then the World Bank for 9 years) as a Management Information System (MIS) and procurement expert, which were extended to cover full Project Management, Financing and Contract Management in the MENA Region.
Eng. Hannoura worked as a deputy general manager, Business development Director and Vice President for different Regional and Local Organizations with a strong direct to customer's experience. Such variance provided high exposures in senior and broadly based wider commercial aspects such as legal, logistics, sales and distribution, experience in business aspects in the Egyptian and Middle Eastern markets, as well as the implementation of total business and technology solutions, which was coupled by broad exposure to various cross-functional commercial and corporate affairs.
Since Feb 1st, 2007, Eng. Atter Hannoura has joined the Ministry of Finance of the Egyptian Government to participate in establishing the PPP Central Unit ,in the capacity of the Director of the Central Department for PPP Projects and Tendering Affairs & Contract Management responsible for implementing PPP initiative on a national basis and drafting the PPP legal frame work in Egypt.. And in May 2011 Eng. Hannoura was promoted to be the Director of the PPP Central Unit.
Hannoura managed studies, preparation and tendering of several PPP projects in Utilities, transportation, health and communication projects and created a robust PPP projects pipeline under studies and preparation for tendering.
Hannoura is also a board member of Alexandria Bank (Intesa San Paolo) since March 2012 to-date, and board member of El Reef El Masry Holding for reclamation of 1.5 million feddans.