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Two Abdalians elected EC Members of PBA

 Two Abdalians were elected as members of the Pakistan Bank's Association (PBA) at its recently held elections, for the 2011 term. Agha Ahmed Shah, CEO of Pak Oman Investments Ltd and Hasan Aziz Bilgrami, CEO of BankIslami, were both elected as Executive Committee (EC) Members in the elections held recently in Karachi.

PBA represents the Pakistan Banking Industry. Established in 1953, its main objective is to coordinate the efforts of the banking industry, and to share a common vision of progress and development with its members. PBA Membership is institutionalized and is available only to the Banks operating in Pakistan.

Over the years the role of PBA has broadened considerably. It is now referred to by the State Bank of Pakistan in formulation of regulations for the banking industry, and has been entrusted with the function of regulating and monitoring certain services provided to the banking industry by outside service providers. These service providers include ‘Professional Valuers’, who are evaluators allowed to appraise the values of assets collateralized to banks, and Security Agencies offering security services to the Banking Industry.

Agha Ahmed Shah
Mr. Agha Ahmed Shah
Managing Director
Pak Oman Investment Company Limited


Mr. Agha Ahmed Shah has over 25 years of banking experience in the field of Corporate & Investment Banking and Risk Management. He started his banking career with American Express Bank Limited where he also attended a one year intensive program at the bank’s head office in New York. He has also worked in ANZ Grindlays Bank Ltd in Karachi as Senior Manager Corporate Banking and was responsible for the Multinational and Public Sector Groups.

In MCB Bank Limited, Mr. Shah worked as Head of Corporate South, Head of Investment Banking and Head of Risk Management. He prepared the Credit and Risk Manual of MCB Bank Limited and was responsible for restructuring of the Corporate and Investment Bank to bring it in line with the emerging challenges faced by the bank. His last job was as Chief Executive Officer of MCB Financial Services Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of MCB Bank Ltd.

 

 

Hasan A. Bilgrami
Mr. Hasan A. Bilgrami
President & CEO
BankIslami Pakistan Limited


Mr. Hasan A Bilgrami's association with the BankIslami started as a consultant to the sponsoring shareholders right at the inception of the project where he was responsible for developing the business plan, arranging permissions, staffing and capital raising. Previously he worked as the Head of Asset Management with the National Investment Trust (NIT), as Country Manager Consumer Banking & Corporate Business with Gulf Commercial Bank, as General Manager Corporate Finance with ORIX Investment Bank and as Director and Head of Corporate Finance with Khalid Majid Husain Rahman, then a member firm of Deloitte & Touche.

Mr. Bilgrami has hands on experience in structuring Islamic modes of financing while he worked as a Secretary of the Financial Instruments Committee of the Islamic Finance Commission. His specific task was development of model financial instruments that could be used by the financial services industry in Pakistan. The scope of work not only included both asset and liability side products, but also included areas such as risk management and capital adequacy. Model agreements were also part of the mandate. His work of model agreements has been approved by the Shariah Board of the State Bank of Pakistan and have become the industry standard.

 

Comments  

 
#1 Shameem Ahsan Jamil 2011-05-18 13:32
Well done boys. Keep it up.

Regards,

Shameem