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Karim Aly


Supports public-sector clients on strategic transformation and economic development programs

Karim Aly is a partner in the firm’s Cairo office. Over the past 15 years, he has served government agencies and public-sector clients in the Middle East.

Karim is passionate about making change by supporting government agencies and public-sector clients on transformation and modernization programs. He has led several large-scale economic-development programs across the region with a focus on promoting economic growth, improving citizen wellbeing, and increasing private-sector participation.

Recent examples of his work include the following:

  • leading a large-scale program to transform the role of a governmental agency, streamline a national civil service, and optimize expenditures
  • advising a government agency on how to set up a wealth fund, including the development of the fund’s investment strategy, governance structure, and operating model
  • designing the strategic roadmap for a public-private partnership agency and identifying projects across key economic sectors for development
  • defining a comprehensive economic-stimulus package for a country by identifying investment opportunities and major infrastructure projects as well as associated legal, institutional, and social-reform initiatives

Karim is an Egyptian national and is fluent in Arabic, English, and German.


How the GCC can reshape its post-COVID-19 education system,” Strategy&, September 2020

Private-sector participation in the GCC: Building foundations for success,” Strategy&, 2017

Safeguarding GCC consumers: How GCC countries can modernize their consumer protection frameworks,” Strategy&, 2017





The American University in Cairo
BS, mechanical engineering