In a meeting with top investment businesses in London, Federal Minister for Commerce Naveed Qamar discussed Pakistan’s potential as an investment destination across a range of economic sectors. According to a news release released by the trade ministry here on Tuesday, the minister was joined in the meeting by the high commissioner Moazzam Ahmad Khan and the additional secretary for commerce, Ahsan Ali Mangi. According to the statement, the investment firms mostly deal with equity finance, fintech, startup, and venture capital funds.
The Minister emphasised the important economic reforms the government has implemented to make doing business easier and guarantee a safe and lucrative environment for businesses. A thorough review of Pakistan’s main investment industries, including energy, infrastructure construction, manufacturing, agriculture, information technology, and financial services, was delivered by Minister Qamar. He emphasised the advantages of the nation’s strategic location, its skilled people, and its market potential as reasons to invest.
The minister reaffirmed the government’s commitment to fostering an environment that is favorable for investment and promoting foreign direct investment (FDI) in Pakistan. He also addressed several questions regarding Pakistan’s investment policies. In addition to Franklin Templeton, Amundi Asset Management, Neuberger Berman, Ashmore, Wellington Capital, HSBC, ANB Capital Riyadh, Saudi Aramco, BlueBay, Jefferies, Sturgeon Capital, KASB K Trade, EFU Life, and TTB Partners, top representatives from a number of other investment firms also attended the meeting.
Their participation, according to the statement, demonstrated the growing enthusiasm and trust in Pakistan’s investment potential, indicating the nation’s emergence as a desirable location for international investors. The gathering provided an invaluable forum for candid discussion, the sharing of ideas, and the investigation of new foreign investment initiatives.