Naz joins Falcon-i as managing director
KARACHI: Farah Naz has joined Falcon-i as the first woman managing director and expressed determination to raise the company to new heights, a statement said on Wednesday.
“Harnessing the skills and abilities of Falcon-i’s employees will serve as a catalyst for achieving our goals and objectives. I look forward to working with my colleagues at Falcon-i towards creating greater value for our customers,” Naz said.
Her illustrious experience spans over 28 years in various key business functions, including consumer financing, corporate communication, corporate social responsibility, service quality, and customer relationship management.
She has been associated with some of the most iconic brands across the banking and energy sectors where she has led large teams and cultivated relationships with key clients – all while significantly contributing to the company goals and objectives, the statement said.
As Falcon-i continues its mission of providing the best tracking services in Pakistan, Naz will direct and control all of Falcon-i’s business operations and provide strategic guidance and direction to the board to ensure that the company achieves its vision, mission and long-term goal, it added.
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