Al Meezan opens Bahadurabad branch.
KARACHI -- Al Meezan Investment Management Limited (Al Meezan Investments) announced the formal opening of a new branch in Bahadurabad, Karachi at Shop # 4, Ground floor, Adam Arcade, B.M.C.H Society, Shaheed-e-Millat Road, Block #3, Karachi. The idea behind these branches is to offer the investors a convenient way to transact and to meet with an experienced and friendly team of investment advisors to discuss financial goals at their doorstep. Al Meezan Investments also aims to further expand its branch network in other major cities across the country in coming month.
With this branch, Al Meezan Investments has now 7 branches in 5 major cities in Pakistan including Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad, Islamabad and Peshawar. The inauguration took place on September 01, 2015 by Dr. Imran Usmani, a renowned Shariah scholar and Shariah Advisor and Group Head - PDSC Meezan Bank. Mohammad Shoaib, CFA- Chief Executive of Al Meezan Investments, other officials and some valued investors were present at the occasion.
Currently, Al Meezan Investments is the largest private sector asset management company in Pakistan with total assets under management over Rs. 67.91 billion (as on July 31, 2015). We are also proud of having one of the largest investor base in the country. The company has twelve funds under its management with the latest addition of Meezan Gold Fund, launched in August 2015. Alongside, we are also the managers of Pakistan's Largest Equity Fund-Meezan Islamic Fund and Pension Fund- Meezan Tahaffuz Pension Fund in the private sector, with assets under management of over Rs. 29.4 billon and Rs. 4.66 billion respectively (as on July 31, 2015).
Al Meezan has been assigned a Management Quality Rating of AM2+ by JCR-VIS, which denotes high management quality rating. For more details call us at 0800- HALAL (0800-42525).
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|Publication:||Frontier Post (Peshawar, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Sep 4, 2015|
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