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Kamal Uddin Tipu


Kamal Uddin Tipu is a PhD scholar in International Relations & Politics, Masters in Conflict Transformation from Eastern Mennonite University, VA USA, a Fulbright scholar, diploma in Human Rights Law from Human Rights Center Peshawar and MSc in Civil Engineering from Wayne State University Detroit MI USA having over 30 years of experience of law enforcement operations, management and planning, International Peacekeeping, electronic media regulation, project management, training and research administration.

His experience includes member of National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA), Executive Member and Chairman PEMRA, Police Planning Advisor at United Nations Office to the African Union UNOAU Addis Ababa Ethiopia, Deputy Inspector general of Police, Islamabad, Sector Commander and Director Planning National Highways & Motorway Police, Islamabad and many other command and staff assignments in Police Service of Pakistan.

He has written various papers on the subjects of Conflict Analysis, Nonviolence, Negotiations, Dialogue, Peace building, Community Policing, and Restorative Justice as requirement of the Masters Degree in the field of Conflict Transformation under the Fulbright program at Eastern Mennonite University Virginia, USA. He was a Visiting speaker National Institute of Public Administration, National Police Academy and Pakistan Institute of Manpower Islamabad. He also works on the Executive Body of Association of Former Inspectors General of Police AFIGP

Abdul Aziz Anis, CFA

Chief Executive Officer

Abdul Aziz is an investment management and capital markets specialist with multifaceted plus 24 years of successful track record spread over brokerage, asset management, investment advisory, wealth management and investment banking. His in-depth “C” level experience has led to strong leadership and expertise in establishing, running and growing business not only across product lines but also regionally and globally.

He has previously worked as Managing Director Investment Strategist in Asset Management at NCB Capital, Saudi Arabia, which managed close to USD 16bn in AUMS across diverse asset classes. He has actively worked in structuring and launching the largest employee’s savings plans in the MENA region worth approx. USD 3.3bn. He has been the founding Chief Executive Officer of Alfalah GHP Investment Management Ltd, an asset management and investment advisory firm, and the Founding Executive Director of Alfalah Securities Ltd, a full service brokerage house. Earlier, he was the Chief Executive Officer of Elixir Securities (formerly Indosuez W.I. Carr Securities) which was the largest foreign brokerage in the country at the time.

Sikander Kasim


Sikander Kasim is a fellow member of Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan with over 30 years of experience in cross sector of listed companies. He joined Ford Rhodes Robson Morrow to pursue Accounting Certification after his B.Com from University of Karachi. He was admitted as an Associate Member of ICAP in the year 1991. His work experience revolves around financial and corporate affairs, including the office of Chief Financial Officer. He has major insight of public offerings, treasury functions and mobilization of funds for enterprise. Majority of his experience pertains to refinery sector.

Muhammad Hafeezuddin Asif


Mr. Asif brings in over 50 years of experience in various positions. He joined Sui Northern Gas Company Limited as a Senior Middle level officer and retired as Senior General Manager / Member of Executive Committee. He has also contributed significantly as a Member Finance in Oil & Gas Regulatory Authority.
Some of his honorary positions includes:

  1. Director, Karachi Stock Exchange (Guarantee) limited for the Years 1998 & 99.
  2. Director Pakistan Tourism Development Corporation (2001-04).
  3. President/Secretary/Council member, ICMAP (Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan) having over 10,000 students (1/3/12 years).

Ayesha Aqeel Dhedhi


Afsheen Aqeel


Khurshid Anwer


Muhammad Noorul Hasan