Ashraf Allam is the Regional Vice President of Mundipharma Middle East, Turkey and Africa region, based in Dubai, UAE. Mundipharma is a leading research and manufacturing privately held, multinational pharmaceutical company with annual revenues ~$4.0 Billions In his current role Ashraf manages the business across META region and is fully
accountable for profit and loss. He has served as the elected Chairman, Executive Committee for the Association of American, European and Japanese research-based
manufacturing pharma companies (PhRMA) in the Middle East and Arica. Ashraf is also serving as the elected Chairman of The Board, Self-Medication industry for the middle east and Africa region. Prior to joining Mundipharma in late 2013, Ashraf was appointed by Amgen; the world's largest Biopharmaceuticals company (Market Cap ~ USD 180Bn) as Vice President for International Business Development based in Switzerland, in addition to full profit and loss responsibility for the European markets of Italy, Greece and the Balkans. Ashraf was also heading the Corporate Development division focusing on growth, diversification and globalization of Amgen's business and was one of the key executive in the Global Strategy and Commercial Development Executive Team. In 2006 Ashraf moved to Dubai to establish Amgen's operation in the Middle East, Turkey and Africa region which in less than six years became one of the leading, top companies in the region. From 2001 to 2004 Ashraf served at Johnson & Johnson as the Managing Director, responsible for managing the group’s umbrella of diversified medical device & diagnostics companies based in Cairo. Prior to J&J, Ashraf worked for Eli Lilly & Company in a variety of senior general management, sales, marketing, management development and business development roles in the USA, Europe and the Middle East. He was also the Director of Global Economic Affairs and Pricing based in Indiana, USA, having previously been based in Geneva, Switzerland as the Head of Area Sales and Marketing Operations for Central Eastern Europe and Middle East, Africa.