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Syed Salim Raza
|15th Governor of the State Bank of Pakistan|
February 1, 2009 - February 8, 2010
|Shahid Hafeez Kardar|
|Citizenship|| Pakistan |
|Occupation||Banker & Financier|
He holds a combined BA & MA degree from Oxford University where he studied Politics, Philosophy and Economics at Oriel College.
Raza succeeded Shamshad Akhtar, who completed her three-year tenure on January 1, 2009. Earlier, he was the CEO of Pakistan Business Council (PBC) beginning in February 2006. He was the 15th Governor of the State Bank.
Raza worked in international banking for 36 years. His business experience covers credit and corporate finance, real estate and global asset management.
He worked on a variety of associated subjects, both at PBC, and in partnership with multilateral organizations and Government bodies. His SBP and PBC teams have been instrumental in preparing reports, surveys and recommendations covering subjects including corporate and tax law reforms; infrastructure development; public-private partnerships; capital market structure, corporate debt markets; corporate governance and competitiveness capacity building.
As Central Bank Governor, Raza was instrumental in reforming and improving efficiency within the banking sector while simultaneously advancing the causes of financial inclusion and economic empowerment.
In September 2018, Raza was appointed to the Economic Advisory Council (Pakistan), the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council.
Salim Raza is a citizen of the United Kingdom.
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