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Zohra Khan

Deputy Director, Regulator of Capital Markets, Securities and Exchange Commission, Pakistan
Zohra KhanZohra Khan

Zohra Khan is deputy director, regulator of capital markets, at the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan, having gained a professional qualification as a management accountant. With six years’ experience in various aspects of regulation, she has been actively involved as a volunteer in education and social development with the Aga Khan Development Network since 2005. In 2010 she completed a course on understanding poverty at the School of African and Oriental Studies (SOAS), London, and established a business supplying organic honey and dried fruits from her native region of Hunza in Pakistan. A strong believer in lifelong education, Zohra is currently a student of the UK Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.


Articles by this Author

  • A Silent Revolution Not to Be Silenced: An Overview of the Microfinance Sector and Its Impact in Pakistan
    by Zohra Khan
    Since its establishment in 1947, Pakistan has struggled to achieve long-run economic stability. There are multiple explanations for this that range from regional conflicts and natural calamities to severe failures of governance. Among the latter can be noted corruption, mismanagement of resources, “hypothetical” economic development measures, and lack of good governance generally. However, the concept of access to finance has strengthened,...

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