FINCA Microfinance Bank Limited Pakistan Appointed Jahanzeb Khan as New CEO

Jahanzeb Khan was designated as the next chief executive officer of the bank by the board of Directors (the bank).

On 14 June 2021, Jahanzeb Khan, an accomplished business executive, will become the CEO of the bank. He has 23 years of worldwide and local fintech, finance, and banking experience. He is a well-known and prominent specialist in changing and emerging solutions for financial products.

"We're thrilled to welcome him in the FINCA Family with a wealth of Yahanzeb's significant and worldwide expertise in Fintech, and feel that his rich variety and his history of work is the future of FINCA," said Zar Wardak, Vice President and Director, FINCA Impact Finance (FIF).

"Jahanzeb's final position as Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer at the Telenor Microfinance bank led to the development of a wide range of award-winning financial and digital products and carried out an improved financial inclusion roadmap. We firmly feel Jahanzeb is FINCA Pakistan's correct leader and we wish him all the best in his new capacity," she said.

Jahanzeb Khan had been successfully involved with one of the leading institutions of financial services (JPMorgan Chase & Co.) and Blue Chip Management Consulting (Deloitte Consulting), and the startup Fintech – First US Bank before Telenor Microfinance Bank (acquired by JPMorgan).

When Yahanzeb Khan was appointed, he stated: "I was honoured to take on FINCA Pakistan's leadership and to show profound regard for the efforts it has put into enabling the country's unbanked. I look forward to developing financial integration through socially responsible and creative financial goods and services with a first-rate customer approach in close cooperation with the board and the management and FINCA team as a whole team.

Jahanzeb Khan holds a BSc from the University of Texas at Austin, an MBA from the University of Delaware, a Working Professionals programme at Wharton Business School, and executive management programmes at Wharton and Harvard Business School.

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