Profile of Board of Directors

Mr. Manzar Mushtaq (Chief Executive)

Mr. Mushtaq holds a Bachelor Degree in Arts from Clark University, USA. He has over 14 years of experience acquired working with First Capital ABN Amro Equities, Security General Insurance Company and Adamjee Insurance Company.

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.

Khurram Shahzad Khan (Director)


Mr. Khan has Master’s degree in Finance from Simon School of Business – USA. He has over 25 years’ experience in banking sector.
He has been a member of Asset Liability Committee (ALCO) of two banks since 2011, including Habib Metropolitan Bank Ltd. In fact for Standard Chartered Bank Pakistan Ltd, he was one of the only five approving members of ALCO. All decisions regarding Balance Sheet of bank are taken in ALCO. Moreover, investment decisions are also managed by this committee. Hence, he has over 9 nine years of experience in managing such matters.
He is currently working as a Group Executive – Corporate and Transaction Banking 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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