Rami Sharaf is CEO of WorldBridge International Group, where he oversees a diverse portfolio of 31 entities. He is also the founder and ex-chairman of the Cambodia Automotive Industry Federation (CAIF) and serves as governor of The American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Cambodia. With over 25 years of experience, he counsels clients on market entry and international trade and development.
Mr. Sharaf previously served as CEO of RMA Cambodia, where he managed a diverse portfolio of companies in the automotive, franchising, infrastructure, power, agriculture and banking industries, such as Ford, Jaguar, Land Rover, Dairy Queen, Swenson’s, Kohler, John Deere and Avis. In this role, he was responsible for growing the business from $34 million to $142 million annual turnover and managed a staff of 1,600 employees for five years. Prior to joining RMA Cambodia, Mr. Sharaf worked for Novo Nordisk for 18 years in Israel and Palestinian territories, Jordan and Iraq. He held management roles of Novo Nordisk Pakistan and Novo Nordisk Afghanistan and received several awards of excellence in global public affairs and management.
Mr. Sharaf served on the board of the International Business Chamber (IBC) and is the volunteer chairman of AIESEC Cambodia. He also serves as the honorary advisor for Junior Chamber International (JCI) Cambodia and on the board of trustees of Phnom Penh American University (PPAU). He often speaks at universities and conferences on topics such as investment, business ethics and anti-corruption.