Lums alumnus Saleem Ahmad appointed to American Foundation Pakistan's board of directors.

American Foundation Pakistan (APF) - a Washington-based organisation that aims to foster connections between the United States and Pakistan - has appointed Saleem Ahmad, chairman of the National Incubation Centre (NIC) at Lahore University of Management Sciences (Lums), to its board of directors, it emerged on Saturday.

In a statement, Lums said that with Ahmad's appointment, the APF "hopes to foster stronger ties with Pakistan's entrepreneurial ecosystem and serve as a pathway to productive economic diplomacy and collaboration between institutions and people of the United States and Pakistan".

Ahmad's addition to the APF board "signifies the advent of deeper connectivity with the entrepreneurial youth of Pakistan and facilitation of intellectual capital development at NIC Lahore, Lums," it added.

Ahmad is a seasoned finance professional with a $250 billion track record of investment, restructuring and advisory experience at top...

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