His Excellency Sheikh Ali Bin Abdullah Thani J. Al Thani is a member of the Royal Family of Qatar. He has been the chairman of Pak-Qatar Family Takaful since its inception in year 2007. Sheikh Ali is a prominent businessman in Qatar and currently, is the Chairman of Umm-Haish International, and Al-Jazeera Trading & Contracting. Earlier, he was the Chairman of Qatar International Islamic Bank.
By qualification, he is a science graduate from the Portland State University, USA.
Sheikh Ali has continued to graciously support Pakistan in various noble causes including promotion of Foreign Direct Investment from Qatar, workforce employment and community services, particularly in education and healthcare across the country.
Mr. Zahid Hussain Awan has been associated with Pak-Qatar General Takaful as director since its inception.
Mr. Zahid is a graduate of Punjab University with a rich professional experience of over 36 years in Banking Industry.
He initially gained experience of Banking mainly from GCC countries and worked for almost 10 years in international banking. Later in 1990, he joined Qatar International Islamic Bank (QIIB) where he looked after the Treasury, Corresponding Banking, BancaTakaful and Products & Services development.
Mr. Said Gul, a prominent Pakistani businessman in the State of Qatar, is working as Executive Director of Eurotec Projects Development for Oil & Gas (a Trading and Consultancy Enterprise). He has been a member of the board of directors for Pak-Qatar Family Takaful since its inception in 2007.
Earlier, he had been associated with Qatar Petrochemical Company as Head of General Services for a period of 17 years. Thereafter, he was Director Operations at Al-Muftah Projects & Industrial Services for 14 years.
In addition to his contribution to the economies of both Qatar and Pakistan, he has also played a pioneering role in promoting friendship between the two countries and their business communities. Mr. Said Gul is in the board of Executive Members of the Pak-Qatar Business Forum and among the founding leaders of the Pakistan Welfare Forum in Doha, Qatar.
Mr. Abdul Basit Ahmad Al-Shaibei is the CEO of Qatar International Islamic Bank and Board member of Islamic Financial Securities Company, Doha. He has been a member of the board of directors for Pak-Qatar Family Takaful since its inception in 2007.
By qualification, Abdul Basit is a business graduate from Fayetteville University, North Carolina, USA.
Mr. Ali Ibrahim Al Abdul Ghani is working as the CEO of Qatar Islamic Insurance Company (QIIC). Later, he joined Ministry of Labor & Social Affairs of Qatar and worked in the capacity of Head of Finance & Administration Affairs. He has also served at Qatar Armed forces as Head of Procurement.
He completed his graduation in Business Administration from Campbell University in 1985.
Mr. Owais Ahmed Yusuf graduated from Kelly School of Business, Indiana University, United States. He is currently serving at Al-Ahmed Textile Mills Limited at a Senior Management position. Mr. Owais has also worked at different senior level positions in Financial as well as Textile sector.
Mr. Junaidy is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan (ICAP) and has served as the Vice President and Council Member of the ICAP. He is working as a senior partner in Junaidy Shoaib Asad, Chartered Accountants.
Mr. Junaidy brings over 30 years of diversified experience, including over 15 years with KPMG Pakistan where he also served as Partner for 6 years. He has served on the board of directors of Karachi Stock Exchange and National Clearing Company of Pakistan as a nominee of the Securities & Exchange Commission and Karachi Stock Exchange.
Mrs. Sameera Usman has a rich and diversified experience of almost 10 years working with local and foreign organizations. With a strong academic background, she has had the privilege to work for various organizations at senior managerial positions.