Hussain Dawood

Hussain Dawood is the Chairman of Dawood Hercules Corporation Ltd, Engro Corporation Ltd, The Hub Power Company Limited, Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund, Karachi Education Initiative, Karachi School for Business & Leadership and The Dawood Foundation. The Dawood Foundation has contributed to the establishment of many institutions in Karachi and Lahore including the Karachi School for Business & Leadership; Dawood College of Engineering and Technology; the Dawood Public School for Girls; the Aga Khan University Hospital; the Lahore University of Management Sciences; the Beaconhouse National University; the Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital; the Al-Shifa Eye Hospital, Rawalpindi; Citizen Foundation Schools at Sheikhupura and Daharki; the GIK Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology, Topi; the FG Dawood Public School, Muzaffarabad; the Cradle to Cradle Institute in San Francisco; and the Acumen Fund; New York.

His social responsibilities include Memberships of the World Economic Forum and its Global Agenda Councils of Anti-Corruption and Education, and the Asia House in London. He is the Honorary Consul of Italy in Lahore and was conferred the award “Ufficiale Ordine Al Merito Della Repubblica Italiana” by the Republic of Italy. Hussain Dawood is an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, USA, and a graduate in Metallurgy from Sheffield University, UK. He joined the Engro Board in 2003.

Muhammad Abdul Aleem

Muhammad Abdul Aleem is a Fellow Chartered Accountant (FCA) and a Fellow Cost & Management Accountant (FCMA). He has worked for 16 years in Senior positions with Engro Corporation Ltd and Esso Singapore. Thereafter, he has worked for another 14 years with British American Tobacco Group UK (BAT) in Pakistan and Overseas. For over 10 years he served as CEO of BAT operations in Cambodia, Mauritius and Indian Ocean.

Since 2004, he has served in Senior positions with large Government owned organizations in Pakistan. His last assignment was as the Managing Director, Pakistan State Oil Company Limited. Currently, he is the CEO/ Secretary General of Overseas Investors Chambers of Commerce & Industry.

He is also serving on the Boards of Meezan Bank Ltd. and Dawood Hercules Corporation Ltd.

Abdul Samad Dawood

Abdul Samad is a graduate in Economics from University College London, UK and a Certified Director of Corporate Governance from the Pakistan Institute of Corporate Governance. He is the CEO of Dawood Corporation (Private) Limited and Patek (Private) Limited. He is also a Director on the Board of Dawood Hercules Corporation Limited, The Hub Power Company Limited, Dawood Lawrencepur Limited, Engro Foods Limited, DH Fertilizers Limited, Tenaga Generasi Limited, and Pebbles (Private) Limited. He is a member of Young President Organization, Pakistan Chapter. He joined the Engro Board in 2009.

Shahzada Dawood

Shahzada Dawood serves as a Director on the Boards of Dawood Hercules Corporation Ltd, Engro Corporation Ltd, DH Fertilizers Ltd, Dawood Corporation (Pvt) Ltd, Engro Foods Ltd, Engro Powergen Ltd, Engro Powergen Qadirpur Ltd, Engro Vopak Terminal Ltd, Pebbles (Pvt) Ltd, Patek (Pvt) Ltd, Engro Polymer & Chemicals Limited, Sirius (Pvt) Ltd and Tenaga Generasi Ltd. He also serves as a Director of Dawood Lawrencepur Ltd and Engro Fertilizers Ltd. He is a Trustee of The Dawood Foundation, which is one of the largest public charitable trusts in Pakistan, supporting education and health initiatives. He serves as a Member of the Board of Governors of the National Management Foundation, the sponsoring body of Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). He is an M.Sc. in Global Textile Marketing from Philadelphia University, USA, and an LLB from Buckingham University, UK and a Certified Director of Corporate Governance from the Pakistan Institute of Corporate Governance. He joined the Engro Board in 2003.

Muneer Kamal

Muneer Kamal is Chairman of National Bank of Pakistan and Chairman of Karachi Stock Exchange has over 33 years of extensive experience in banking and financial sector. His career started with Citibank where, between November 1979 and July 1994, he served locally and internationally on various senior positions including his term as Associate Director Singapore Training Centre. During this association, he also attended a number of training courses I programs in Far East, Middle East and Africa .

Mr. Kamal then joined Faysal Bank Limited as President/CEO and led to spread out its operations from 3 branches to 11and also expanded the balance sheet size from Rs. 3 billion to Rs. 30 billion.

Mr. Kamal also held position of President/CEO, and then as Vice Chairman of the Union Bank Limited, where he had been instrumental in various acquisitions done by Union Bank Limited i.e. Bank of America, American Express Credit Cards, Emirates Bank international and Mashreq Bank, Sri Lanka. As a result, Union Bank emerged as a success story and was ably acquired by Standard Chartered Bank. After his stint with Union Bank, Mr. Kamal, an MBA from University of Karachi, began his association with KASB Group – as President/CEO of KASB Bank Limited from November 2005 to August 2010.

Besides holding the position of Chairman of the Karachi Stock Exchange (KSE) Board, Muneer Kamal is also the Chairman of Human Resources & Remuneration Committee and Nomination Committee of KSE and is member of Voluntary De-listing Committee of KSE’s Board.

Other Directorships & Offices include Chairman Karachi Stock Exchange and Director, Government Holdings (Private) Limited,

Muhammad Ayub Khan (Profile awaited)

Waqar Malik

Waqar has had a distinguished career spanning over 27 years in the chemical industry with ICI Plc Group, UK and later with AkzoNobel Netherlands. His management and work experience spans over 3 continents, Asia Europe and the Americas in strategy, corporate finance and management. In the last 15 years he has held senior leadership positions including Chief Executive of ICI Pakistan Limited, Chief Executive and Chairman Pakistan PTA Limited (now Lotte Pakistan Limited).

His other current engagements are Non-Executive Director of IGI Insurance Limited and trustee i-Care Foundation. He has also served as Non-Executive Director on the Board of State Bank of Pakistan, Non-Executive Director or Oil & Gas Development Company Limited, President of the Overseas Investors Chamber of Commerce & Industry and President of Management Association of Pakistan.

An Alumnus of Harvard Business School and INSEAD, Waqar is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales. He joined the Engro Polymer and Chemicals Board in 2007.

Shehzad Naqvi

Shehzad Naqvi is the Chairman of the Innovation Challenge Committee for State Bank of Pakistan. He is also on the board of directors for Advans Pakistan, is a partner in a Venture Capital firm by Eplanet ventures and has been associated with many prestigious financial institutions globally for the past thirty years.

Shehzad Naqvi has had a long standing relationship with ABN Amro Bank as well as Citibank. He first joined ABN AMRO in 1993 as country head in Pakistan and was then appointed head of Asia-Pacific Management and Structured Finance, based in Hong Kong and Singapore. In 1996 he joined Citibank as Country Head in Singapore. Moving back to Pakistan as Country Head in 1998, he was subsequently appointed as Regional Head of Citibank’s global corporate and investment banking operations in the Gulf and Pakistan, based in Dubai. In 2003 he moved to London to develop outsourcing centers for Citibank’s European consumer and commercial banking back-office needs. From 2005-2008, he served as President and Chief Executive of Crescent Commercial Bank in Pakistan.

He has also served as a director on the board of MasterCard International and as a member of the National Advisory Council to the Prime Minister of Pakistan. He is a graduate in Economic Institutions and Planning from the London School of Economics.

Hasan Reza ur Rahim

Mr. Rahim is an accomplished professional who has over 30 years of international experience in the Banking and Financial Services industry. Currently, Mr. Rahim serves as the Executive Director, in-charge of the Chairman’s Office of the Dawood Group. In addition to Cyan Limited, he is on the boards of Dawood Hercules Corporation Limited, Dawood Lawrencepur Limited and Karachi Education Initiative. Mr. Rahim also serves on the Board of Governors of Karachi School for Business & Leadership.

He has held several senior roles in international banks and has been instrumental in implementing new business initiatives and establishing novel client coverage platforms. At JPMorgan he set up and headed the Global Corporate Bank in Bahrain, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, prior to which he also was the Senior Country Officer in Pakistan and was a part of the Regional Corporate Finance team based in Singapore. He has originated, led and executed large complex M&A transactions and Privatizations totaling USD5.0 billion, Sovereign Debt and Bond issues of over USD2.0 billion in the Telecom, Airlines, O&G and Petrochemical industries.

Previously, Mr. Rahim has worked with Mashreq Bank psc, ANZ Grindlays Bank plc, and Exxon Chemical Pakistan Limited. He was also posted to Zurich, Singapore, Bahrain and Dubai and received his degree from the University of Delaware in USA.

Asif Saad

Asif Saad served as Chief Executive of Lotte Chemicals Pakistan, one of the largest petrochemical producers in the country from 2008 to 2014. Prior to this, he was employed with the ICI Pakistan group for almost 20 years and held various management positions in diverse businesses such as Paints, Polyester and Chemicals. In 2002, he joined Pakistan PTA Ltd as Commercial Manager with responsibilities for Marketing, Sales and Supply Chain functions and was appointed CEO in 2008.during his tenure as CEO, he led the management team through acquisition of this company by the Korean conglomerate Lotte.

Mr. Saad is a former Director of Pakistan Business Council (PBC) and former Vice President of the Overseas Investors Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OICCI). He currently serves on the boards of Education Fund for Sindh, Engro Polymer and Chemicals, Alfalah GHP Investments and Port Qasim Authority. He has also served on the board of Pakistan Human Development Fund and was a member of the fund’s investment committee. Mr. Saad has an MBA from LUMS and has undertaken extensive executive and leadership training. He is also a certified director by PICG.