Ms. Neelofer Hameed

Ms. Neelofer Hameed
October 15, 2015 Najia Ansari
NH

Certified Director – Risk Metrics, USA; a seasoned professional having more than 25years experience, ranging from banking, training & organizational development, corporate affairs, with specialization in corporate governance. Originally she was trained as Mechanical Engineer, subsequently diversified as a Corporate Secretary which is my core professional focus now. Hold accreditation of a Chartered Director by RISK METRICS.USA (2008). She has been associated with IFC s project in Pakistan regarding Alternate dispute resolution as a professional mediator and a master trainer (CEDR, UK). Pursued the cause of implementing and promoting the best practices of corporate governance, at NITL, the largest mutual Fund company of Pakistan internally as well in the investment portfolio of 250+ companies by following UNPRI principles. Presently she is heading the Corporate Affairs Department at International Industries Ltd, as the Company Secretary, which is one of the top listed companies. Additionally, she is a visiting faculty of PICG, involved in training of Board of Directors of listed companies. She is also involved with IFC Pakistan ‘s project KCDR as a mediator and Master Trainer. She has conducted a number of workshops including “Corporate Governance'”, Board Procedures and Best Practices “, Reporting Corporate Governance matters” and “Concepts of Mediation and Alternate Resolution.” She has also served on the Boards of two listed companies and presently an independent Director on the Board of NBP Exchange Control Company Ltd. Her main focus is on Corporate Governance, its benefits and application for the corporate sector and disseminating the best practices through trainings. Recently she presented a concept paper in a seminar by CIPE& ACCA at Karachi on “Revival of business through Corporate Governance.” Currently she is also engaged with KCDR as a Master Trainer and has trained more than 125 civil/district court judges on concepts of Mediation.

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