Khalaf worked in Paris as a financial consultant prior to moving back to Lebanon. He is a founder of the French Association of Technical Analysts (AFATE) in Paris and a member since 1991.
He worked with the Lebanese Ministry of Finance on the draft of the Capital Market law and defended it in the Lebanese Parliament.
Khalaf holds a PhD in economics from the University of Paris at Sorbonne in France, and a masters degree in business administration and the diploma of technical analyst.
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