Mr. Abdulrahman Totonji is a distinguished talent in business, economics, and investments. He has extensive experience in managing local and international real estate investments, which enables him to lead QFB during this critical moment of its history. He spent around six years managing a billion-QAR Qatari investment portfolio. Additionally, he gained experience over a period of six years investing in the US real estate market. Abdulrahman obtained his master’s degree in real estate finance from Georgetown University, Washington DC and Bachelor’s degree in business administration from George Washington University.
Ayman brings with him over 26 years of experience in Banking and Treasury activities. He joins QFB from National Bank of Kuwait, where he was the General Manager of the Treasury Group. Prior to that, Ayman headed First Energy Bank Treasury department, where as a Senior Executive Director, was a main contributor to the establishment of the Bank. Ayman also spent 11 years at the Arab Banking Corporation (ABC) in Bahrain where his last position was Head of Structured and Islamic Derivatives.
Ayman spent his early years as Chief Dealer at the Bank of Jordan, where he introduced derivatives to the banking industry in Jordan and helped the Regulator in formulating the Derivatives Rules and Regulations.
Ayman holds a BSc. in Accounting for the University of Jordan.
Ajay joined QFB in December 2018 as Chief Risk Officer (CRO) and is responsible for overall risk management across the Bank. Ajay has over 17 years’ of experience in leading multinational banks and Big Four consulting firms, in the areas of Risk Management, Business Process Improvement and Transition (project) Management.
Ajay began his career as a Process Manager with JP Morgan Chase Singapore, where he was a part of the key group responsible for migrating the Bank’s core banking processes to India. He then moved to ABN Amro as lead Financial Analyst covering projects in Amsterdam, United Kingdom and India. Furthermore, he has significant risk consulting experience with EY and KPMG where he has advised large multinational banks in India and regional banks in the GCC.
Ajay is a qualified Chartered Accountant (ACA) from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) and graduated from the University of Mumbai in India, with a Bachelor of Commerce degree. He also holds an international risk certification from Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP).