The trend of changing political parties by big guns in country politics scenario is popular nowadays but the phenomenon is always in fashion in the banking when a financial tycoon quits a leadership one bank from another one most often on merit basis as if in the case of if Adil Rashid, a senior and finest bank, current quit Bank Al-Falah to join NIB Bank.
Many Congratulations to NIB management who hired an experienced banker to head its Retail, SME and Commercial Banking Division and it might be tough time to Bank Al-Falah to pick up an outstanding banker to head its Consumer Finance Department.
With a new guard in house, NIB Bank seems capable of expanding its business with extra mile to achieve its target in the highly competitive banking industry.
Adil Bashir is possessing more than two decades experience in financial and banking sector. He has undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Finance and Accounting from Miami University and Marshall University.
Previously Shahid Sattar was heading same division of NIB Bank who left his job for personal reason having served banking industry for over 30 years.
Before joining NIB Bank, Mr. Sattar worked for Bank Al-Bilad in Saudi Arabia as Head of Retail Banking. Mr. Sattar had also been the Head of Retail and Commercial Banking at MCB for 10 years He has also worked with Citibank as Head Of Corporate at Faisalabad and Head Of CCU-North, Lahore.
On a relative note, it would be interesting to note that recently a lot of banks are on hunt for good talent and grabbing each others’ employees. Interesting and noteworthy changes are Bank Alfalah’s recently appointment of Mariam Agha from Faysal Bank and Mobilink’s Waseela’s appointment of their new CEO Ghazanfar Azzam, who was previously working for TCS Financials.
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