Nazish Lutfi

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Nazish Lutfi
Born (1966-08-08) 8 August 1966 (age 54)
Occupation , currency trader,, philosopher, philanthropist
Spouse(s) S1
Children C1,C2

Nazish Lutfi (born 8 August 1966) is a Forex trader. He is known for his efforts for promoting awareness and education of financial services, especially in Pakistan.

Nazish Lutfi is the CEO and founder of Institute of Securities Management and Research (ISMAR), and Lutfi Financial Services. He has served as a high-level executive position in many worldwide organizations. As one of the senior executive of the leading organizations Merrill Lynch, Lehman Brothers, and Inter Comex, he spent more than 20 years of his career managing some of important corporate functions of these companies. He was associated with the Reuters as a Technical Analyst & also as a contributing writer.

Over the past years Nazish Lutfi has conducted many training programs for the stock exchange investors,traders and brokers.[1]

Early life

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In the year 2005, Nazish Lutfi founded Institute of Securities Management And Research in Karachi, Pakistan. Soon its branches were extended in Islamabad and Lahore. The purpose of doing so was to promote investor education in Pakistan. He conducts lectures and seminars all across the country.

On 8 April, 2010 Karachi Stock Exchange Guarantee Limited and Institute of Securities Management and Research (ISMAR) signed a MoU to conduct training and road shows throughout Pakistan to promote capital markets and financial literacy.


Views of potential problems in the local Stock Exchange

Lack of professionalism in local market






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