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Bank of Punjab

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Type  Public
Products  Financial services
Founded  1989, Lahore, Pakistan
Industry  Banking, insurance
Headquarters  Lahore, Pakistan
Number of employees  6,092
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Key people  Naeemuddin Khan, President Khalid Timizey, Deputy CEO Moghis Bokhari, Head HR Shahid W. Mahmood, Group Head Retail Banking Abdul Razaq, Chief Risk Officer Salman Kabani, Head-Enterprise Risk Management Mustafa Hamdani, Head Transactional Banking Javed Iqbal, CIO
Revenue  PKR 17,752 Million (2009)
Net income  PKR 6,616 Million (2009)
CEO  Naeemuddin Khan (Sep 2008–)

Hamesh khan ex president bank of punjab


The Bank of Punjab is a Pakistani bank headquartered at BOP Tower, Main Bouleveard, Gulberg, Lahore in Pakistan. It serves Pakistan and functions as an international bank and is one of the prominent financial institutions of the country holding AA ratings from PACRA.

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History

The bank was established in 1989, pursuant to The Bank of Punjab Act 1989, and was given the status of a retail bank in 1994.

Overview

The Bank of Punjab was founded by Tajammal Hussain and it functions as a scheduled commercial bank, with a network of 344 branches in major business centres throughout the country. It is the seventh largest commercial bank of the Country. It provides a wide range of banking services including deposit in local currency; client deposit in foreign currency; remittances; and advances to business, trade, industry and agriculture. First Punjab Modaraba (FPM), a wholly owned subsidiary of the bank, was established in 1992, and is being managed by Punjab Modaraba Services (Pvt) Ltd.

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  • References

    Bank of Punjab Wikipedia


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