Profile of Board of Directors


Syed Ather Ahmed (Director)


Syed  Ather Ahmed is a MSc in Accounting and Finance from the London School of Economics & Political Science, UK. He also holds a MBA degree from the Lahore  University of Management Science, Pakistan and a BSc from the University of Punjanb, Govt. F.C.College, Pakistan. Syed Ather Ahmed has over 27 years of diversified multi fucntional financial sector experience with some of the leading international and regional financial instituitions. He has been Habib Metropolitan Bank Limited (HMB) since January 2022 and is curerntly the Head of Commercial Banking South & Financial Institutions, HMB. Earlier he has worked in a senior management role in many financial instituitions including as Group Head - Financial Institutions in Samba Financial Group, Riyadh, as Chief Operating Officer in JS Investments Limited.


Ather Ali Khan (Director)


Mr. Khan is a Law Graduate from Karachi University. He has over 33 years’ corporate and legal background with extensive governance experience with ensuring compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements.He is also a certified director from the Pakistan Institute of Corporate Governance.He is currently working as Company Secretary at Habib Metropolitan Bank Limited.
 

Syed Hasnain Haider Rizvi (Director)
 

Mr. Rizvi has a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce from Karachi University and he is a seasoned banker with versatile work experience of over 27 years.He is currently serving as Chief Compliance Officer in Habib Metropolitan Bank Limited and has held key position such as Country Head of Operations, Chief Compliance Officer,Head of Service Quality, Internal Control and Shahria Compliance in various financial institutions in Pakistan.
 



 

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