Mr. Donald Jenkin


Mr. Donald Jenkini was born New Zealand in 1947. He has a BSc and MSc(Hons) in chemistry from the University of Auckland. He continued his studies at the University of California, Berkeley, completing a PhD in Wood Science and Technology. Upon his return to New Zealand in 1976 he worked as a research scientist at a government research institute for nine years.


In 1985 he joined Westralian Forest Industries in Perth, Western Australia, where he held a number of senior management positions in technology and operations. In 1994 he was appointed CEO of Dyno Industries (WA) Pty Ltd which was the first of a series of positions and directorships held with the Dyno (subsequently Dynea) group of companies in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and China. He also served on a number of industry and technical committees including as chairman of the ISO subcommittees for particleboard and medium density fiberboard. During his time in Australia he completed an MBA at Curtin University in Perth.


At the end of 2011 he retired from Dynea but remained as a director of Dynea Pakistan Limited. To meet the requirements of directors in Pakistan he undertook a course at the Pakistan Institute of Corporate Governance to become a certified director in April 2013. In addition to his involvement with Dynea Pakistan Ltd. he does technical adults of panel board plants according to Japanese Industrial Standards on behalf of the Engineered  Wood Panels Association of Australasia.




C/o Aica Asia Pacific Private Ltd.,

43 Shipyard Road,

Singapore 628i35.


 Mr. Tayyeb Afzal


Mr. Tayyeb Afzal is a Fellow Member (FCCA) of The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants of the UK and an Associate Member (ACA) of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England & Wales (ICAEW) having professionally worked in the U.K, Canada, Middle East and Pakistan.


Tayyeb is a seasoned C-level executive with over 45 years of international experience in both industrial organizations, banking and professional accounting firms. Experienced in board level participation and leadership of audit committees, financial accounting & systems, management, strategic planning, IPO activity, M&A, and due diligence initiatives.


Expertise in external and internal auditing, wholesale and corporate banking, equipment leasing and skill set of adaptability and business knowledge of different industry sectors and diverse functional roles.




D-28, Block 4,



Mr. Shabbir Abbas

Mr. Shabbir Abbas is a Fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan. He was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Dynea Pakistan Limited in 2009. Prior to joining Dynea Pakistan Limited he worked for the House of Habib company, Shabbir Tile & Ceramics Limited, for 15 years where he held various senior management positions in finance, procurement, marketing, sales and production. Before joining Shabbir Tile in 1993, he had gained substantial experience in finance and accounts management at professional firm of Chartered Accountants, industrial and trading organisations in Pakistan and abroad.


Office No.406 Parsa Tower,
Plot No. 31/1/A Block-6 PECHS
Shahrah-e-Faisal, Karachi-75400.



Mr. Ameen Mohammad Bandukda


Mr. Ameen Bandukda has a diverse professional background. He is an entrepreneur-turned-barrister and is currently running a legal corporate consultancy and litigation law firm. He is a practicing Barrister/ Advocate of the High Court.  Ameen Bandukda holds an MBA & a BBA (Hons) degree from the Institute of Business Administration, Karachi (IBA), and started off his career as a Banker, working for American Express Bank Ltd. He has attended executive education programs at the ‘Harvard Business School’, USA, and at the ‘London Business School’, UK. From 1992 to 2007 Ameen was the CEO of his family owned textile and denim manufacturing business. In 2008 he opted for a career change and qualified as a ‘Barrister-at-Law’, at Lincoln’s Inn, UK. He is an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, UK and is on the Alternate Dispute Resolution Committee of the Federal Board of Revenue, Pakistan. In this capacity he has been called upon to serve as an Adjudicator in several commercial and tax related disputes. Ameen Bandukda has been the Chairman of the SITE Association of Industry, Karachi and he was also the Chairman of the Young Presidents Organization, Pakistan Chapter - a Global Organization of Young Leaders with over 15,000 members in 124 countries. He is also serving in Pakistan as the Honorary Consul General of the Republic of El-Salvador, Central America and is active in promoting trade and tourism from Pakistan to El-Salvador. Ameen Bandukda has also remained the Chairman of National Insurance Company Limited, the largest public sector general insurance company in Pakistan.



Suite 105, Progressive Plaza

Beaumont Road, Civil Lines

Karachi 75530, Pakistan


Mr. Muhammad Aqeel Loon




Mr. Aqeel Loon is the Chief Financial Officer of Indus Motor Company Limited. He has over 18 years of diversified experience in the field of Finance & General Management in various organizations including manufacturing, financial and service sectors.

Mr. Aqeel Loon is a professionally qualified Fellow Cost & Management Accountant, Alum of Harvard Business School and has attended the Leadership Development Program from Duke University, North Carolina (The Fuqua School of Business), Management Development , Corporate Finance and Supply Chain Management Programs from Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS).




Indus Motor Company

Plot No. N.W.Z/1/P-1, Port Qasim, Authority,

Karachi, Pakistan


Mr. Adnan Afridi




Mr. Adnan Afridi is at present Managing Director – National Investment Trust Limited.


Mr. Afridi has 24 years’ international experience in Change Management, business transformation, innovation and profitability enhancement in blue chip companies, public sector and start-up situations. He has led a distinguished career in financial services and capital markets including serving as Managing Director of the Karachi Stock Exchange, CEO, Overseas Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OICCI), Chairman of National Clearing Corporation of Pakistan (NCCPL) and Board of Directors of Central Depository Company (CDC). Mr. Afridi has also served on multiple listed company boards including Silk Bank Limited and Gul Ahmed Textile Mills Limited. Currently, Mr. Afridi is a Member of the SECP Policy Board. Mr. Afridi has a degree in Economics (A.B, Magna Cum Laude, 1992) from Harvard University and a degree in Corporate Law (JD, Magna Cum Laude in 1995) from Harvard Law School. Mr. Afridi is an active supporter of charitable organizations. He has served as the President of the Old Grammarians Society & Trust and is currently Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Kidney Center. He is also a Member of YPO Pakistan since 2008.



National Investment Trust Limited
6th Floor, National Bank Building - Head Office
I.I. Chundrigar Road



Ms. Anam Fatima Khan


Ms. Khan has a Master of Laws LL.M. degree from the University of Pennsylvania, U.S.A and a Business Law Certificate from Wharton Business School. She also has a Bachelor of Laws LLB degree from the University of Nottingham, U.K.

Since 2013 Ms. Khan has headed the Legal Department at Indus Motor Company Limited, one of the largest public listed companies in the country. She served as the Company Secretary for four years, and Board Ethics Committee Secretary for two years.  In 2019 Ms. Khan was also appointed as the Head of Corporate Legal affairs for the House of Habib group of Companies.

Ms. Khan is an active member of various professional organisations including Pakistan Business Council and the Overseas Investors Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OICCI) legal committees, as well as the OICCI Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Subcommittee, which reviews and advises on local IP policy and legislation. She has completed the Corporate Governance Leadership Skills (CGLS) training through the Pakistan Institute of Corporate Governance, and is also certified by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) to conduct train directors of listed companies in issues pertaining to corporate governance.


 Indus Motor Company

Plot No. N.W.Z/1/P-1, Port Qasim, Authority,

Karachi, Pakistan