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April 6, 2019

Two CCP members appointed

National

April 6, 2019

ISLAMABAD: The Federal Government has appointed Shaista Bano Gilani and Bushra Naz Malik as members of Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) for three-year term. Both the new members have taken charge of their office. Now the CCP is authorised to function under the competition law and issue orders as anti-monopoly watchdog. Shaista Bano has a Master’s Degree in ‘Economics for Competition Law’ from King’s College, University of London.

Before her appointment as member, she was working with the CCP as Director General Cartels & Trade Abuse where she conducted several important enquiries resulting in the imposition of penalties on powerful cartels.

Bushra Naz Malik is an FCA from Pakistan and CA/CPA from Ontario, Canada. She did MBA from Joint Programme of Kellogg Business School, USA and Schulich Business School Canada. Her professional experience includes eight years of consultancy services to public and private sector organisations in Pakistan and abroad, and 18 years in the areas of business development and finance in the private sector. After the appointment of these two new members, the commission now consists of five members.

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