Masref is fintech that aims to allow people in distressed economies (an untapped $15B market) save their money by giving them offshore savings accounts. Masref’s team is made up of three Rhodes Scholars with experience in banking, regulatory compliance, and fintech, and have worked for the likes of Microsoft and Robinhood, and won prestigious awards such as Forbes 30U30.
Abdallah is the Co-founder of Masref. He is a Rhodes Scholar from Gaza, Palestine and a Stanford alum having worked at a number of Silicon Valley companies and startups. In his free time, Abdallah plays chess (yes because of the Queen's Gambit), reads books, and repeats watching the same 3 TV shows.
Syrian-born entrepreneur and Rhodes Scholar, Amer holds two degrees from the University of Oxford and is a governance, policy, and finance expert. He co-founded award-winning international companies, built properties in Europe, served as the founding president of the Oxford Syria Society, and advised clients ranging from government authorities to a Premier League FC. He is a tireless optimist, an expert problem solver, and, secretly, a music composer. Amer is co-founder & CEO at Masref.
Edward Yee is the Co-founder of Masref and Givfunds. He is a Rhodes Scholar, WEF Global Shaper, and has been awarded Forbes 30U30, the Commonwealth Youth Award (Asia), and Prestige 40U40. In his free time, Edward enjoys sticking his nose in a book and collecting stories from around the world. He has stood on Bangladeshi train tops, rappelled Vietnamese waterfalls, and traveled 16 days in an Indian sleeper train.