Malik Tahir becomes president and Feroz Alam as vice president of EFP, respectively.

The office of President & Vice President of the Employers’ Federation of Pakistan (EFP) fell vacant due to the demise of Zaki Ahmed Khan, President and Fasihul Karim Siddiqui, Vice President of the Employers Federation of Pakistan. In their meeting, the Board of Directors of EFP unanimously elected Malik Tahir Javed as President and Muhammad Feroz Alam as Vice President of EFP.

Malik Tahir Javed is a Former President Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Pakistan Industrial and Traders Association Front, Former Chairman Lahore Township Industries Association, Member Board of Governors of EOBI, Chairman of WEBCOP Punjab, and Former Secretary General of Pakistan France Business Alliance. He is Chairman of his Group of Companies, a major enterprise in the automotive sector. He has received an Excellence Award from the President of Pakistan for Auto Parts exports from Pakistan to many countries.

Muhammad Feroz Alam is a Director and Secretary General of Pakistan Japan Business Forum (PJBF), a Former Trustee of EOBI Sindh, Government of Sindh, a Former Member Zonal Managing Committee PPMA, and a Former Member Board of Governors of Salim Habib University (SHU). He has nearly 40 years of experience at senior management and the Board level in many multinational companies. He has over two decades of teaching experience at the MBA level at different business schools and universities.

On behalf of the Board of Directors of EFP, Former President Majyd Aziz felicitated the new office bearers. He expressed the hope that under their leadership, EFP would upscale the working and influence of EFP to protect, promote and protect the interests of over 1000 members from individual companies and business organisations. He also guided them to maintain strong bonding and close relationships with ILO, the International Organization of Employers (IOE), the South Asian Forum of Employers (SAFE), and workers and government at the Federal and Provincial levels.

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