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Owner and CEO, Mangrove Markets; former Global Treasurer, Habib Bank Ltd. Karachi; former Head of Business Development, Observatory Capital LLP; former Global Head, Emerging Markets Trading FX, Derivatives and Local Fixed Income Markets, Paribas London; P.R.I.M.E. Finance Expert

Salahuddin Manzoor is the CEO at Mangrove Markets, a Financial Risk Management Training & Consulting firm based in Karachi, Pakistan.  Mangrove Markets' clients include many of the large financial institutions and corporations in Pakistan along with government bodies such as the Securities & Exchange Commission.  Salahuddin has also been associated with the Institute of Business Administration - Pakistan's pre-eminent business school - as a Finance Professor teaching Financial Markets & Derivative Products courses to MBA students.

Salahuddin is also currently serving as a director on the board of the Pakistan Stock Exchange.

Previously, Salahuddin was Global Treasurer at Habib Bank Ltd (HBL) in Karachi, February 2011 - April 2018. HBL is the largest private bank in Pakistan with assets of US 20 Bn, a network of 1700 local branches and international operations spanning 24 countries including the US, UK, France, Belgium, Singapore and the GCC. Mr. Manzoor’s main activities were the management of the Group’s global liquidity ($4 Bn Eq.),
interest rate and FX risk, as well as the management of Sales & trading of FX spot & forwards, Options, IRS/CRS, Fixed Income & Equity Trading and Options-based Structured Products.

From January 2009 till December 2010, Mr. Manzoor served as Head of Business Development at Observatory Capital LLP in London.  At Observatory, he re-organized and spear-headed the firm’s marketing efforts as well as using his own investor contacts in the CEEMEA region for fund-raising. In addition, he met various fund of funds for their due diligence requirements and other fund management firms to evaluate
potential JVs. When required, he participated in investment committee meetings.

He started his career at the IFC, World Bank Group in Washington DC, in the Corporate Finance Division.  After MBA from The Wharton School, Salahuddin worked with Chemical Bank (now JP Morgan) and BNP Paribas for 12 years each between 1984 & 2008 in M&A, Derivatives Trading & Structured Products Marketing in NY, London & Singapore.