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Mr. Ali Jahangir Siddiqui currently serves as Chairman of the Board of JS Bank in Pakistan. In 2006, on behalf of JS Investment Bank (formerly Citicorp Investment Bank, a unit of Citigroup, which had been acquired by JS Group in 1999), he led negotiations to successfully acquire American Express Bank’s Pakistan banking business which resulted in the creation of JS Bank through a merger of the two institutions.

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Mr. Ali Jahangir Siddiqui currently serves as Chairman of the Board of JS Bank in Pakistan. In 2006, on behalf of JS Investment Bank (formerly Citicorp Investment Bank, a unit of Citigroup, which had been acquired by JS Group in 1999), he led negotiations to successfully acquire American Express Bank’s Pakistan banking business which resulted in the creation of JS Bank through a merger of the two institutions.

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http://newslinemagazine.com/magazine/profile-ali-siddiqui/

And want to see and look more about the JS Bank Chairman check out the link given below;

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Ali jahangir siddiqui - Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of JS Bank

  1. 1. Ali Jahangir Siddiqui Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of JS Private Equity
  2. 2. Undoubtedly, Pakistan has several gems within that are making waves all over. One of the renowned name is of Ali Jahangir Siddiqui who has done a lot for the industry.
  3. 3. Professional Background  Mr. Ali Jahangir Siddiqui is Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of JS Private Equity (“JSPE”), an emerging markets private equity firm, which he founded in 2004. JSPEs investors include multilateral institutions as well as US, UK, Swiss and French government-linked investors.  JSPE is a growth capital investor in Pakistan, the Middle East and Africa with over US$670 million under management.
  4. 4. Mr. Ali Jahangir Siddiqui currently serves as Chairman of the Board of JS Bank in Pakistan. In 2006, on behalf of JS Investment Bank (formerly Citicorp Investment Bank, a unit of Citigroup, which had been acquired by JS Group in 1999), he led negotiations to successfully acquireAmerican Express Bank’s Pakistan banking business which resulted in the creation of JS Bank through a merger of the two institutions.
  5. 5. He is also the Co-Chairman of JS Group. JS Group’s portfolio companies generated combined revenues of over USD 1.6 billion for the year ending December 31st, 2015, while employing over 22,000 people.
  6. 6. Entrepreneurship  In partnership with other entrepreneurs, he has built or acquired a number of successful emerging markets businesses including:  Airblue (Pakistan’s second largest airline)  Arabian Gulf Steel (a leading steel producer in the UAE)  Jura Energy (an upstream energy company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange)  RAK Ghani Glass (largest pharma-glass producer in the Middle East)  Star Marine Services (a port operations company in Saudi Arabia)
  7. 7. Public Sector Engagement  In the past, he has served as a Member of the Private Sector Advisory Board of the Planning Commission of Pakistan which is the authority responsible for economic planning for the Government of Pakistan and has served as a Member of the Private Sector Advisory Board of the Privatization Commission of Pakistan, which is the authority responsible for privatizing federal government owned companies and assets.
  8. 8. THANK YOU

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