Saad Andary is the second vice-governor of the Lebanese Central Bank. Andary previously held senior executive positions in the financial sector in different Lebanese banks. He has also served as director of the Institute of Money and Banking at the American University of Beirut, and as an associate professor at the Lebanese American University’s business school. As well as serving as chairman of the International Chambers of Commerce’s Anti-Corruption Commission, he led the Lebanon’s Young Entrepreneurship initiative, which brings together stakeholders and backers to build economic capacity supported by the financial sector. Diwan sat with Andary in October to discuss Lebanon’s economy and the Central Bank’s plan to maintain the national currency peg.