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Parvez Iftikhar is a well-known figure in telecom circles. He served as founding CEO of Pakistan's Universal Service Fund (2007-2011), a public-private telecom development organisation. Previously, he had served as the country-head of Siemens Telecom in Pakistan. After leaving USF, Parvez moved on to ICT policy advisory.

Brief Introduction: In 2003, when National Development Leasing Corporation (NDLC) and the Pakistan operations of IFIC Bank were amalgamated, NIB bank came into play. In a small period of time, NIB, today, stands out to be the largest foreign bank operating in the country in terms of its branch network--179 branches in 59 cities across the country serving the financial needs of over 450,000 customers. Besides, the bank is one of the largest corporate entities of the country with a paid up capital of Rs 103 billion.
Crescent Textile Mills (CRTM) is a Faisalabad-based textile unit that was listed at stock exchange in 1951. The firm is engaged in the business of textile spinning, weaving, dyeing, printing, made-ups and also deals in yarn and fabrics. It was the first composite textile mill in the country to achieve the ISO 9002 accreditation in 1997.
Silk Bank was formerly known as Saudi Pak Commercial bank. The bank came into existence as the management and associates of the Saudi Pak Industrial and Agricultural Investment Company (Pvt) Ltd (SAPICO) acquired the institution then known as the Prudential Bank under the supervision of the State Bank of Pakistan.
Sheikh Imran-ul-Haque is Chief Executive Officer of Engro Vopak Terminal Limited and Vice President of Engro Corporation Limited. He was named to this position in August 2006 and is driving growth initiatives in oil, gas and chemical sectors.
Jonathan Leape is the Executive Director of the International Growth Centre (IGC) and an Associate Professor of Economics at the London School of Economics, UK. His research interests focus on public economics, with a particular emphasis on taxation and regulation, including congestion charging. He has a PhD in Economics from Harvard University and degrees from Oxford University and Harvard University.
Gul Ahmed Textile Mills Limited (GATM) is one of the leading vertically-integrated composite textile houses in the Pakistan that was listed at the Karachi Stock Exchange in 1970. The firm is engaged in the business of textile spinning, weaving, processing, designing, stitching, made-ups and processed cloth.


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