At an exclusive event hosted for Non-Resident Pakistanis in Dubai, Chairman of Bank Alfalah, introduced the Roshan Digital Account.
At an exclusive event hosted for Non-Resident Pakistanis in Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahayan, Chairman of Bank Alfalah, introduced Roshan Digital Account, an initiative of the Government of Pakistan and State Bank of Pakistan (SBP).
At the occasion, His Highness, Sheikh Al Nahayan said “Pakistan, by several important measures, is recognized as an emerging international financial services center. This Roshan Digital Account has been designed from the ground up to cater to needs of high-net-worth individuals through a sophisticated digital platform. This is a product that is rooted in the present and future progress of Pakistan’s economy as one of the emerging markets of the world – an economy where astute investors should want to invest, for the present and the future.”
Governor State Bank of Pakistan, Dr. Reza Baqir, was also present at the event as a Special Guest. He spoke about the vision and mission underpinning the creation of Roshan Digital Account, which caters specifically to non-resident Pakistanis across the world.
Speaking to the audience, Dr. Reza Baqir had to say, “We are very pleased to bring Roshan Digital Account to the Pakistani diaspora. This repatriable account can be opened remotely, without physical presence, in multiple currency offerings and is at the cutting edge of technology and digitization.
Mr. Atif Bajwa, President & CEO of Bank Alfalah commented “There has forever been a high recognition of the immense contribution that Non-Resident Pakistanis make for the their home country’s economy as well, as for their communities, through remittances and investments. This has been driven by their strong emotional connection with their homeland and their families. However, for first time, an initiative has been taken to also give them direct and easy access to their financial needs in Pakistan through Roshan Digital Account.***
Originally published at The News