Zayd Khoury

Zayd Khoury

Work History

Work History
Jun 2007 - Aug 2007

Financial Analyst, Investment Banking Division, M&A Telecom Group

Morgan Stanley
  • Researched the Southeast Asian telecommunications industry for the period from 1996-2006 to forecast future potential growth using key indicators such as GDP growth and the percent growth of wireline and wireless consumers; research resulted in the compilation of the Asia-Pacific Report on Telecommunications in emerging markets
  • Analyzed 200+ potential target companies’ key financial documents such as quarterly and annual income statements, annual balance sheets and discounted cash flow statements to ensure accuracy of valuations; work guaranteed that potential clients interested in acquiring target companies received the most thorough and accurate financial information
  • Compiled 20+ one page reports for clients summarizing potential investment options using up-to-date financial date acquired through Bloomberg and company financial statements; research helped in securing over 3 major clients
Sep 2005 - Aug 2006

Investigator, Civil Rights Division, Criminal Section

Department of Justice
  • Created a customized case database used to track case available evidence, case federal and local enforcement agencies’ ongoing investigations, and case legal merit or where a case is prosecutable 
    • Reviewed and made preliminary determination if a case was prosecutable under Civil Rights  Federal statutes; resulted in closing of over 40+ cases due to lack of evidence
    • Contacted local and federal law enforcement agencies requesting additional information pertaining to ongoing cases before making preliminary determination of case’s merit; resulted in expansion of investigations in over 30+ cases
  • Worked with attorneys to help prepare cases including collecting, organizing, and preparing evidence for trial; resulted in favorable verdicts in 3 cases
Jun 2003 - Aug 2003

Science Technician Intern

National Science Foundation
  • Created a procedure to compare Ph.D. dissertations with government Small Business Investment Research(SBIR) grant proposals with proposals to identify possible plagarizing, which led to 2 potential cases \
    • Synthesized this procedure into a database, which was used to track newly submitted Small Business Innovation Research grant proposals, with the result of identifying two possible fraud cases.


Aug 2006 - Jun 2008

Beijing Normal University

John Fisher Zeidman Fellow   

Sidwell Friends School                                                               

Awarded Fellowship for language study in Beijing Normal University

Aug 2001 - Jun 2005

Bachelor of Science

College of William and Mary

Secondary Concentration - Charles and Emery Reves Center

Major: International Studies

Specialty: East Asian Studies



Microsoft Office

Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.

Arabic Language

Semi-Proficient in comprehension of spoken Arabic including Lebanese and Palestinian dialects

Chinese Language


  Traveling, learning languages, reading, soccer, international foreign policy and economic

  events, meeting, and interacting with new people