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Mahmood Ebraheem Al Mahmood

Chief Executive Officer

ADS Securities

HQ Phone:  +44 20 3078 5000

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ADS Securities

9Th Floor Stock Exchange Tower125 Old Broad Street

London, Greater London,EC2N 1AR

United Kingdom

Company Description

ADS Securities is an Abu Dhabi based and owned international financial services company, dedicated to providing the highest quality investment opportunities for institutional, private and retail clients. With regional offices in London and Hong Kong it offers ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

Sheikh Ahmed


General Manager

BankMed BankMed


Internal Alternative Investment Team

Abu Dhabi Investment Authority


Affiliations

Mubadala Development Company

Board Member


Budget Committee of ADIA

Member


Education

Bachelor of Science degree

Webster University


MBA

Asian Institute of Management


Masters degree

Webster University


Web References(33 Total References)


Board of Directors | About Us | ADS Securities

www.ads-securities.com [cached]

Mahmood Ebraheem Al Mahmood
Mahmood Ebraheem Al Mahmood Chairman Mahmood Ebraheem Al Mahmood is the Chairman of ADS Securities, an Abu Dhabi-based brokerage and trade services provider. He is also the CEO of the parent company of ADS Securities, ADS Holding, a private company focused on the sustainable long-term development of commodity-based industries. Al Mahmood combines a penchant for innovation with a passion for discovering fast-growing financial markets. Before founding ADS Securities, he spearheaded the internal alternative investment team at the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA). He has managed assets in diverse markets including North America, Europe, and the GCC. Mr.Al Mahmood holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, as well as a Masters in International Business, from Webster University, Geneva. Philippe is a regular contributor to international and business media including CNBC, Forbes, Reuters as well as specialist trade publications. Philippe is fluent in English, French and Arabic. The company is registered with the Department of Economic Development of Abu Dhabi (No. 1190047) and has its principal place of business at 8th Floor, CI Tower, Corniche Road, P.O. Box 93894, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Investments, or income from them, can go down as well as up.


www.sharafshipping.com

OPEC AND FRIENDS AGREE ON WAY TO MONITOR OIL CUT TO END GLUT
OPEC AND FRIENDS AGREE ON WAY TO MONITOR OIL CUT TO END GLUT HALLIBURTON AND BAKER HUGHES ABANDON MERGER Read More EGYPT SEEKS $24BN INVESTMENT IN POWER PROJECTS Read More BP AWARDS TWO NEW CONTRACTS FOR SOUTH DENIZ Read More TECHNIP AND BAPCO SIGN $55MN FEED DEAL Read More GLOBAL SCENARIO OF STEEL AND COAL IS AFFECTING SHIPPING INDUSTRY SAIPEM AWARDED THREE CONTRACTS IN SAUDI ARABIA KENTZ AWARDED TWO EPC CONTRACTS FOR MIDDLE EAST DNO INTERNATIONAL EXPANDS EXPLORATION IN OMAN, YEMEN DNO INTERNATIONAL EXPANDS EXPLORATION IN OMAN, YEMEN SPA AUTHORITIES PLAN TO SPEND SR 3.43 BILLION ON DEVELOPMENT Read More JEBEL ALI PORT FIRST IN REGION ACHIEVES UNDSS CERTIFICATE Read More JEBEL ALI PORT FIRST IN REGION ACHIEVES UNDSS CERTIFICATE Read More GREEK SHIPOWNERS PLACE ORDERS FOR 142 NEWBUILDINGS AT CHINESE SHIPYARDS WORLEYPARSONS AWARDED CONTRACT FOR AL SHAHEEN FIELD Siemens signs USD 201 million power deals with Qatar Siemens signs USD 201 million power deals with Qatar The Ministry of Shipping is organizing Maritime India Summit 2016 from 14th - 16th April 2016 at Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre in Mumbai Sharaf Shipping Agency wins "Ship Agency of the Year - 2015" at "The Maritime Standard Awards - Middle East and Indian Subcontinent - 2015" (11/10/2015) SHARAF SHIPPING AGENCY WINS " Maritime Service Provider Award of the Year 2014" at SEATRADE MARITIME AWARDS 2014 - Middle East, Indian Subcontinent Awards & Africa. (11/2/2014 ) DUBAI TO HOST EXPO 2020 Sharaf Shipping Agency wins "Maritime Services Award" at Lloyds List Awards - 2013 "We wish to convey our sincere thanks to your organization which has been professionally handling our biz since 2003. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone of your staff members who supported and helped us during the hard times and gave us workable solutions and ideas to reach our business objectives. Al Rana Equipment & Machinery Trading Eng. Bassam Nowfat - Managing Director" Al Rana Equipment & Machinery Trading, View All Subscribe To NewsLetter Khaldoon Al Mubarak, the Mubadala chief executive, will be chief executive of the new merged entity, which has been named Mubadala Investment Company, whichwill be one of the world's largest strategic investment companies with 68,000 employees.Other board members include Suhail Al Mazrouei, the Minister of Energy, who was also managing director of Ipic and chairman of Mubadala Petroleum. f the combined group's $125bn assets at the end of 2015, the energy portfolio made up about two-thirds of Ipic's assets and about 10% of Mubadala's,including Mubadala Petroleum. The combined company will have oil and gas production outside Abu Dhabi of more than 850,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd) with refining capacityof 1.5mn bpd, including its wholly-owned subsidiary Cepsa, and 21% holding in Japan's Cosmo Oil. Mubadala's Dolphin Energy unit, which brings gas from Qatar. Mahmood Al Mahmood is the chief executive of ADS Holding, a privately held financial services firm based in Abu Dhabi.


www.arabianoilandgas.com

Of the combined group's $125bn assets at the end of 2015, the energy portfolio made up about two-thirds of Ipic's assets and about 10% of Mubadala's, including Mubadala Petroleum.
The combined company will have oil and gas production outside Abu Dhabi of more than 850,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd) with refining capacity of 1.5mn bpd, including its wholly-owned subsidiary Cepsa, and 21% holding in Japan's Cosmo Oil. Mahmood Al Mahmood is the chief executive of ADS Holding, a privately held financial services firm based in Abu Dhabi. All Rights Reserved. | Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Policy, Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions.


www.mubadala.com

Mahmood Ebraheem Al Mahmood
Board of Directors, Member Mahmood Ebraheem Al Mahmood Mahmood Al Mahmood is the Chief Executive Officer of ADS Holding, a privately held financial services firm based in Abu Dhabi, and Executive Chairman of ADS Securities. Mahmood Ebraheem Al Mahmood


Sharaf Shipping Agency

www.sharafshipping.com [cached]

OPEC AND FRIENDS AGREE ON WAY TO MONITOR OIL CUT TO END GLUT
OPEC AND FRIENDS AGREE ON WAY TO MONITOR OIL CUT TO END GLUT HALLIBURTON AND BAKER HUGHES ABANDON MERGER Read More EGYPT SEEKS $24BN INVESTMENT IN POWER PROJECTS Read More BP AWARDS TWO NEW CONTRACTS FOR SOUTH DENIZ Read More TECHNIP AND BAPCO SIGN $55MN FEED DEAL Read More GLOBAL SCENARIO OF STEEL AND COAL IS AFFECTING SHIPPING INDUSTRY SAIPEM AWARDED THREE CONTRACTS IN SAUDI ARABIA KENTZ AWARDED TWO EPC CONTRACTS FOR MIDDLE EAST DNO INTERNATIONAL EXPANDS EXPLORATION IN OMAN, YEMEN DNO INTERNATIONAL EXPANDS EXPLORATION IN OMAN, YEMEN SPA AUTHORITIES PLAN TO SPEND SR 3.43 BILLION ON DEVELOPMENT Read More JEBEL ALI PORT FIRST IN REGION ACHIEVES UNDSS CERTIFICATE Read More JEBEL ALI PORT FIRST IN REGION ACHIEVES UNDSS CERTIFICATE Read More GREEK SHIPOWNERS PLACE ORDERS FOR 142 NEWBUILDINGS AT CHINESE SHIPYARDS WORLEYPARSONS AWARDED CONTRACT FOR AL SHAHEEN FIELD Siemens signs USD 201 million power deals with Qatar Siemens signs USD 201 million power deals with Qatar The Ministry of Shipping is organizing Maritime India Summit 2016 from 14th - 16th April 2016 at Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre in Mumbai Sharaf Shipping Agency wins "Ship Agency of the Year - 2015" at "The Maritime Standard Awards - Middle East and Indian Subcontinent - 2015" (11/10/2015) SHARAF SHIPPING AGENCY WINS " Maritime Service Provider Award of the Year 2014" at SEATRADE MARITIME AWARDS 2014 - Middle East, Indian Subcontinent Awards & Africa. (11/2/2014 ) DUBAI TO HOST EXPO 2020 Sharaf Shipping Agency wins "Maritime Services Award" at Lloyds List Awards - 2013 "We wish to convey our sincere thanks to your organization which has been professionally handling our biz since 2003. We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone of your staff members who supported and helped us during the hard times and gave us workable solutions and ideas to reach our business objectives. Al Rana Equipment & Machinery Trading Eng. Subscribe To NewsLetter Khaldoon Al Mubarak, the Mubadala chief executive, will be chief executive of the new merged entity, which has been named Mubadala Investment Company, whichwill be one of the world's largest strategic investment companies with 68,000 employees.Other board members include Suhail Al Mazrouei, the Minister of Energy, who was also managing director of Ipic and chairman of Mubadala Petroleum. f the combined group's $125bn assets at the end of 2015, the energy portfolio made up about two-thirds of Ipic's assets and about 10% of Mubadala's,including Mubadala Petroleum. The combined company will have oil and gas production outside Abu Dhabi of more than 850,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd) with refining capacityof 1.5mn bpd, including its wholly-owned subsidiary Cepsa, and 21% holding in Japan's Cosmo Oil. Mubadala's Dolphin Energy unit, which brings gas from Qatar. Mahmood Al Mahmood is the chief executive of ADS Holding, a privately held financial services firm based in Abu Dhabi. A presentation by the company showed the complex would create 80,000 jobs and allow Saudi Arabia to reduce its imports by $12bn, while increasing the country'sgross domestic product by $17bn. EGYPT SEEKS $24BN INVESTMENT IN POWER PROJECTS Egypt is studying new energy pricing structures to facilitate private sector investment in power projects worth $70 billion that are expected to be carriedout in the next six years, a government advisor said. Egypt needs to increase its average power production by 5.2 gigawatts (GW) per year by 2022 to keep up with demand. The country's energy mix is largelydependent on oil and gas at 91%, with hydroelectric power providing just 8%, according to data from the Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energy.Last year, the electricity ministry said 24 agreements and memorandums of understanding (MOU) for energy projects worth around $70 billion had been signedat an investment conference in Sharm El Sheikh, including projects for electricity generation, transmission lines, power plant expansions and renewableenergy projects utilising solar, wind and coal. n 2014, Egypt said it plans to gradually reform the country's energy subsidy policies and that energy prices would be fully liberalised by 2019 under afive-year plan to cover much-needed capacity expansions at power plants. The 2015-2016 state budget has allocated $3 billion in energy subsidies. he reform plan includes an increase in electricity prices, except on residential consumers using less than 200 kilowatt per hour a month, as tariffs havebeen frozen for this category to protect households with low income.Gas shortages and ageing state-run infrastructure have led to frequent power outages in Egypt, especially during the summer months when demand is high andelectric grids are overloaded by more than 3,000 megawatt (MW), according to the electricity ministry.Last September, Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy Mohamed Shaker told Daily News Egypt that the country planned to add 14,400 MW to the nationalgrid within two years through three new power plants under an agreement with German industrial company Siemens. The minister was quoted as saying that theprojects represent around 40% of total capacity of the electricity grid. n June 2015, Siemens signed a $9 billion agreement with Egypt to supply gas and wind power plants to boost the country's electricity generation by 50%. The order includes 12 wind farms in the Gulf of Suez and West Nile areas, comprising about 600 wind turbines and an installed capacity of 2 GW.Government advisor Atifa said that Egypt hoped to increase the contribution of renewables in the energy mix to 20% by 2022 from 8-9% now. BP has awarded two new contracts for its Shah Deniz stage 2 project, which is located in the Caspian Sea. The biggest contract has been awarded to FMC Kongsberg Subsea, which secured a $297mn deal for the supply of subsea production systems. "This award continues our multi-year support for BP on this project," said Tore Halvorsen, FMC Technologies' senior vice president, Subsea Technologies."Our close cooperation on this project has accelerated the transition to the manufacturing stage and enabled us to reduce the lead time delivering the project." EPC contractor Technip have signed a $55mn front end engineering design (FEED) with the Bahrain Petroleum Company The CEO of BAPCO said that Technip and BAPCO we're collaborating on the project and the final plan would be put up to the board of directors and the rulers of Bahrain for review and further investment in the next 18 months. Growth in the road transportation sector transportation fuels, namely gasoline and jet/kerosene, which increased by more than 30% as compared to June 2013. Overall oil demand increased by more than 10% in June 2014 as compared to June 2013. In Iraq, oil demand requirements in June decreased for the first time since November 2013, down by almost For 2014, Middle East oil demand is expected to grow by 0.31 mb/d, while oil demand in 2015 is projected to increase by 0.30 mb/d. Technip wins stake in $17bn Basra Gas project Technip's Abu Dhabi unit has been awarded a contract for Basra Gas, part of a $17 billion project to capture gas from Iraq's southern oilfields. Basra Gas has been described as the world's biggest flare reduction project by Shell and the largest gas project in the country's history. The plant began operations in April last year with an initial capacity to produce 400 million cubic feet a day, but once completed in 2017, the project will process 2 billion cubic feet a day.


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