ISLAMABAD: Abdul Hafeez Sheik takes responsibility as finance adviser: Newly-selected guide on account Dr Abdul Hafeez Sheik assumed responsibility for his post on Saturday.
The money counsel will likewise have the charge of Revenue and Economic Affairs Division. Sheik’s assignment will be at standard with that of a government serve.
Sheik, a Pakistani political financial analyst of universal notoriety with more than 30 years of experience, has filled in as the money serve from 2010 to 2013.
In 2012, he turned into a functioning individual from Pakistan Peoples Party and effectively challenged in the 2012 senate decisions.
In the wake of leaving the administration, Sheik was general accomplice of a universal speculation organization, headquartered in New York, which set up a $1.38 Billion reserve for interests in Asia.
Sheik replaces Asad Umar who ventured down from his post as Finance Minister on Thursday following eight months in control.
The acquiescence by the money serve pursued sacking of Petroleum Minister Ghulam Sarwar over unsuitable execution, as indicated by sources.