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Raja appoints Kazi as SBP deputy governor

Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf has appointed Kazi Abdul Muktadir as deputy governor State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) for a period of three years starting from Friday. This was notified by the Finance Division saying Kazi has taken the charge on Friday. Prior to taking over as SBP Deputy Governor Kazi had been serving the central bank as its executive director since December 2002. He had been group head of banking supervision since June 2010 and was responsible for On-Site Examination, Off-Site Surveillance and Enforcement actions over all banks in Pakistan.
In this capacity, he gained repute within the banking community as a high calibre professional known to handle difficult issues and situations. Born in 1957, Kazi, the SBP’s senior most executive director, served the National Institute of Banking and Finance (NIBAF) — the training arm of the central bank– as its Managing Director from December 2002 to June 2010. He successfully converted NIBAF into a premier centre of learning that is recognized in the whole region. Kazi completed his higher studies from McGill University Canada, London University, Sindh University and Karachi University. Holding Masters Degree, he has to his credit numerous diplomas and certificates in the field of Banking, Islamic Banking, Agri-business, Management, Planning, Energy etc.

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  1. Adnan Raza said:

    i m sure he will take state bank to new heights of excellence.State bank is lucky to have such a professional DG.

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