Bernard joined QINVEST in 2007 from the Central Bank of Lebanon, where he was a Senior Attaché in the Legal department.
At the Central Bank of Lebanon, he was responsible for drafting the Islamic Finance Regulatory and Legal Framework in the Republic of Lebanon, legislative prepositions to payment systems such as credit cards debit cards, settlements, clearing E-checks, E-money and netting among others.
Bernard has more than 20 years of experience in financial legal systems, including teaching financial, fiscal and contract law at leading universities in Lebanon.
Bernard holds an LLM degree in European law from Lausanne University, Switzerland, and an LLM degree in International Economic Law from Geneva University, Switzerland, a B.A. in Law from the Lebanese University, and a Diploma in English Legal Methods from Cambridge University, England.