To­wards bet­ter bank­ing

Enterprise - - Editor’s desk - Aj­mal Shaikh Karachi

It ap­pears a promis­ing way for­ward for Pak­istan’s bank­ing sec­tor to find em­i­nent fig­ures like Shaukat Tarin so deeply ded­i­cated to the up­lift of the coun­try’s econ­omy. It has been a whole learn­ing ex­pe­ri­ence of go­ing through Shaukat Tarin’s elab­o­ra­tive in­ter­view; un­doubt­edly he has played a key role as Fi­nance Min­is­ter and now as head of a fast-grow­ing bank. It is highly per­ti­nent for our econ­omy that the bank­ing sec­tor is of­fer­ing com­pet­i­tive fi­nan­cial prod­ucts to serve the pub­lic. I also look for­ward to the Is­lamic bank­ing win­dow that Silk­bank plans to of­fer. Silk­bank is truly con­tribut­ing to the wel­fare of so­ci­ety. With the pace with which Silk­bank is en­gaged in prod­uct port­fo­lio ex­pan­sion, I do not see any ob­sta­cles in its suc­cess­ful di­ver­si­fi­ca­tion. The pro­gres­sive ide­ol­ogy of Shaukat Tarin and his as­so­ci­ates is com­mend­able. His deep ex­pe­ri­ence and in­tel­lect should be uti­lized as a po­ten­tial resource growth for Pak­istan’s bank­ing and fi­nan­cial sec­tor

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