A banker and writer, is president of the Swiss-based Ombudsman Association for Palestine (OAP) and Chairman of United Palestinian Appeal (UPA), a Washington, DC-based charity.
Mohammad Tarbush was educated at Oxford University.
As a banker, he held senior positions at, Banque Arabe et Internationale d’Investissement (BAII), Paris, at Deutsche Bank and at UBS, in Geneva, Switzerland.
He authored The Role of the Military in Iraq, London, and Reflections of a Palestinian, Washington.
A number of his articles have been published particularly in The International Herald Tribune, The Los Angeles Times and Le Monde.
He is currently Chairman of the Board of Trustees, United Palestinian Appeal (UPA), Washington, DC., and President of Ombudsman Association for Palestine (OAP), Geneva, Switzerland.