KING OF BUSINESS
POSITIVE FACE OF PAKISTAN THE FACE THAT MEANS BUSINESS
PAKISTAN’S HIGHEST TAX PAYER BILLIONAIRE LEADING ONE OF THE MOST DIVERSIFIED BUSINESS GROUP IN PAKISTAN AND SOUTH EAST ASIA WITH OVER TEN BILLION US DOLLARS WORTH ASSETS
Mian Mohammad Mansha started his career at the age of 24 as the CEO for Nishat Mills Ltd. At present, the business group is one of the leading and most diversified in South East Asia, having presence in the Textile, Cement, Insurance, Banking, Financial Services, Power Generation, Hotel & Hospitality, Dairy, Paper Products and Aviation
sectors. It operates in various countries across the globe including Sri Lanka, Azerbaijan, UAE, USA, Honk Kong and Bahrain.
Mr. Mansha has served as Chairman of MCB Bank since its privatization from 1991 till mid-1995 and then 1997 till date. Presently, he is the Chairman of Human Resource & Remuneration Committee, at MCB Bank Limited. Previously, he has been associated with Punjab Mineral Company (Pvt.) Limited, Civil Aviation Authority, Board of Investment
(BOI), Punjab Board of Investment & Trade (PBIT), Pakistan Industrial Development Corporation (Pvt.) Limited (PIDC), Commonwealth Business Council UK, Int’l Advisory Board, Babson College USA, National Management Foundation,
Textile College Faisalabad and Government College of Faisalabad. He has also served as the Chairman for All Pakistan Textile Mills Association (APTMA) and APTMA, Punjab.
Mr. Mansha is also a committed philanthropist and provides regular support to numerous Pakistani charities and social causes. In the past he has lent personal support to Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust, Lahore Hospital Welfare Society, Mind Organization, Human Rights Society of Pakistan, Kidney Care Centre, the Citizens Foundation (TCF), Friends of Pakistan Institute of Cardiology Trust, Care Foundation, SOS Village, Lahore Model School Sant Nagar, Aziz Jahan Trust for the Blind and Altaf Mehmood Foundation among many others.
He was presented with Pakistan’s Civil Award, the Sitara-e-Imtiaz, for his contributions to industrial development, in 2004.
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