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Former prime minister of Pakistan Shaukat Aziz joins Mozido board

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Staff writer | Austin, Tx., USA – Mozido, LLC, an IT company, announced that Shaukat Aziz, has joined the company’s board of directors.[break]


As the first prime minister of Pakistan to complete a full term in office, Mr. Aziz’s tenure was marked by improvements in economic indicators, high economic growth, an increase in per capita income and reduction in poverty, an upsurge in investments and reduction in debt. As prime minister, he also co
| January 29, 2013
Shaukat AzizJanuary 29, 2013, Austin, Tx., USA – Mozido, LLC, an IT company, announced that Shaukat Aziz, has joined the company’s board of directors.
As the first prime minister of Pakistan to complete a full term in office, Mr. Aziz’s tenure was marked by improvements in economic indicators, high economic growth, an increase in per capita income and reduction in poverty, an upsurge in investments and reduction in debt. As prime minister, he also co-chaired the UN Secretary General’s Committee to promote reforms in the United Nations. He was recognized for his achievements and named “Finance Minister of the Year” in 2001 by Euromoney and The Banker magazines.

Prior to serving as finance minister, Mr. Aziz spent 30 years at Citibank. His impressive career in global finance included roles in Pakistan, Greece, United States, United Kingdom, Malaysia, Philippines, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Singapore. He held several senior management positions at Citibank, including head of institutional banking for Central Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa and later for Asia Pacific. He also served as chief executive of the bank’s global wealth management business.

Mr. Aziz is a member of several boards of directors and advisory boards for financial institutions, commercial enterprises and non-profit institutions around the world. Mr. Aziz is also a frequent speaker on economic, geopolitical, development and social issues.


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