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As part of our continuing coverage of NBFIs; BR Research presents an overview of the domestic modaraba industry. Today's brief recording comprises of information gathered by the NBFI and Modaraba Association of Pakistan; as well as excerpts from a recent interview with Muhammad Shoaib Ibrahim. He is the managing director and chief executive officer at First Habib Modaraba; as well as serving as the chairman of the NBFI and Modaraba Association of Pakistan.

The non-banking financial institutions (NBFIs) in Pakistan, play a vital role in broadening access to financial services and support the expansion of the financial base; complementary to the banking system. In a two-part series, BR Research presents an overview of the NBFI sector; its evolution and current state in the country. Today's Brief Recordings are the first of this two-part series; and focuses on the leasing segment among NBFIs.
Over 90 percent of global trade travels by ship. However, the shipping industry has been facing a multitude of issues post 2008 financial crisis like volatile cost of shipping goods, and the near term improvement is only moderate with tonnage addition to the global fleet slowing down.
Since its inception as a single spinning unit in 1990, Nishat Chunian Ltd (NCL) has expanded and diversified into a fully vertically integrated conglomerate comprising six spinning units, one weaving unit, one dyeing and printing unit, and one stitching unit. With a market capitalisation of over Rs 9 billion, the company stands as one of the largest textile units on the KSE.
Mr. Atique Ahmad Khan is the Chief Executive Officer of Ghani Global Group and Ghani Gases Limited, and the Chairman of Ghani Global Glass Limited. He is qualified mechanical and electrical engineer by profession.
BR Research: Tell us about the structure and major focus of Sindh Revenue Board.
Ibrahim Fibres Limited is a giant in the textile industry. With nearly Rs 23 billion in market capitalisation, the company takes its place among the top stocks on the KSE. It is one of the largest producers of polyester in the country. The company's core business is the production of polyester staple fibre (PSF). Its three polyester plants are located in Faisalabad and have the capacity to produce almost 400,000 tons of PSF.


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Banking Review 2014

Foreign Debt $62.649bn
Per Cap Income $1,512
GDP Growth 4.24%
Average CPI 8.6%
Trade Balance $-2.378 bln
Exports $2.016 bln
Imports $4.394 bln
WeeklyAugust 27, 2015
Reserves $18.509 bln