Saad Andary is a former second vice governor of Lebanon’s central bank, an economist, and a member of the board of directors of the Ecole Supérieure des Affaires. Currently, he is working on multiple initiatives, including one that encourages industrial exports. Another brings together two of Lebanon’s top universities and targets innovation in Lebanon’s healthcare sector. Andary previously held senior executive positions in different Lebanese banks and has 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. He also served as chairman of the International Chambers of Commerce’s Anti-Corruption Commission. Diwan interviewed Andary in late July to discuss Lebanon’s financial crisis.