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Seminar held for highlighting investment climate in Pakistan
October 29, 2014, 1:05 pm

Pakistani Banking and Finance Professionals (PBFPK) Forum Kuwait organized an evening seminar on “Investment avenues in Pakistan for retail investor” aimed to highlight investment avenues within Pakistan’s Financial Sector. This event was held on 24 October 2014 at the Swiss-bel Hotel in Kuwait City. Leading industry professionals, dignitaries from the Pakistani community and officials from Embassy of Pakistan attended the seminar.

Mohammed Shamoon Chaudhry, Vice President PBFPK, gave a detailed presentation highlighting various avenues that are available for investment in Pakistan to retail investor. He presented an overview various sectors such as savings, mutual funds, insurance, stock market, and real estate etc. The attendees showed keen interest in the investment avenues and asked many questions. The Q & A continued in the subsequent networking and dinner.

Agha Saed commercial attaché of the Pakistani embassy shared his remarks on Pakistan’s many growing and expanding investment opportunities. He expressed optimism that the Seminar would lead to positive developments. Perseverance and decisions made on sound assessments, He extended full support to the forum on behalf of the embassy.

M. Saqib Aftab (President PBFPK) gave the closing remarks and thanked all the attendees. He further stated that PBFPK is the ideal platform for communication, networking, and information sharing, which gathers today under its umbrella, the Pakistanis working in the Kuwait - to fostered mutual cooperation among its members and strives to serve their common interests and goals thus reinforcing the local Banking and finance industry. It further represents a main drive for synergizing competencies. Such synergy of talents will strengthen business relations, and ultimately energize their role in the Global Village" we live in today. 

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