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Mr. Iqbal Khan

Position: CEO
Organization: Fajr Capital
Country: Saudi Arabia

Mr. Iqbal Khan is Chief Executive Officer of Fajr Capital. He is also currently the Chairman of the Executive Committee and a Board member of Jadwa Investment in Saudi Arabia, and a Board member of Bank Islam Brunei Darussalam in Brunei. Previously, he was Founding CEO of HSBC Amanah, where he built the business and team over eight years as one of the fastest growing and most successful emerging businesses in the HSBC Group.

Mr. Khan has received a number of industry commendations, including a special award from Euromoney in 2006 for his "Outstanding Contribution to Islamic Finance."


Gavin Maxwell

Position: Management Consulting Director
Organization: Accenture's Management Consulting
Country: United Arab Emirates

Gavin Maxwell is a partner in Accenture's Management Consulting practice with responsibility for all management consulting projects for our Health and Public Service clients in the Middle East.

Gavin has led consulting engagements across Europe, the US, the Middle East and India. Gavin's Health and Public Service experience includes supporting the transformation in health, back office transformation of government, performance management and budgeting projects in addition to large scale system's enabled transformation.

Gavin has served in the Irish Army for over 20 years, has a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Economics, a Masters of Commerce in Shared Services and is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants. Gavin isbased in Dubai with his family.


Salahuddin Kasem Khan

Position: Managing Director
Organization: A.K. Khan & Co. Ltd
Country: Bangladesh

Salahuddin Kasem Khan is the Managing Director of A.K. Khan & Co. Ltd.; Chairman of Coats (Bangladesh) Ltd. a joint venture with Coats U.K, Chairman  A.K. Khan Jute Mills and Director of Bengal Fisheries Ltd., joint ventures with Nichiro & Maruha of Japan. Vice Chairman of AK Khan Penfabric Company Ltd., a JV with Penfabric of Malaysia, and subsidiary of Toray, Japan. Former Chairman of AKTEL, Bangladesh.

Mr. Khan is third son of pioneer industrialist of Bangladesh, Late A.K. Khan, who was the Member of Parliament from 1947-1962, Former Federal Minister of  Government of Pakistan (1958 -1962). He did his schooling from Aitchison College, Lahore, 1964, graduated from the University of Punjab in 1968 and did post graduate legal studies  in London (1969-1972).

Mr. Khan was appointed as Honorary Consul General of the Republic of Turkey, Chittagong by the President of Turkey in 1984. Chairman of the First Bangladesh-Malaysia Business Forum, 2004, held in Dhaka, with the participation of former Prime Minister of Malaysia, H.E. Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, as key note speaker.  IP President of Bangladesh-Malaysia Chamber of Commerce & Industry (BMCCI). 

Former Chairman of Bangladesh Textile Mills Association, BTMA. Founder- Director of the Chittagong Stock Exchange; Member, National Council for Industrial Development (NCID) headed by the President (1980-90); Member, Task Force on Industrial Policy, Ministry of Planning, GOB (1990); Former Chairman of UCEP-Bangladesh Board of Governors and present Chairman, UCEP Chittagong Advisory Council. Chairman, Chittagong Skills Development Centre (CSDC). Co-Chairman of the EC National Skills Development  Council (NSDC), Member NSDC headed by the  Prime Minister.

Mr. Khan holds a longstanding commitment to the gradual realization of the IFTA and an Islamic Common Market. The formation of SEACO (South-East Asian Co-operation), under OIC Frame Work, which was endorsed by the 10th Islamic Summit ,Qatar,2000  Chairman of the private sector SEACO TASK FORCE, BANGLADESH and  Executive Chairman of the SEACO Foundation. Member of the International Advisory Panel of the World Islamic Economic Forum (WIEF) Foundation, KL whose patron is the Prime Minister of Malaysia.


Dr. Ashfaq M. Ishaq

Position: Chairman
Organization: International Child Art Foundation
Country: USA

Dr. Ashfaq Ishaq has more than thirty years of experience as entrepreneur, educator, manager, researcher, and civil sector leader. He launched his first business at the age of fifteen, which paved the way for him to self-finance his education in Pakistan and his graduate studies in the United States.  He began his professional career at the World Bank, where he analyzed industry projects, conducted seminal research on entrepreneurship and co-authored Success in Small & Medium Scale Enterprises (Oxford University Press, 1987).  He left the World Bank to join the economics faculty at the George Washington University and was occasional lecturer at the U.S. Foreign Service Institute. 

During the 1990s, as CEO of USA International, Inc., Dr. Ishaq developed private energy projects in emerging economies, advised international clients on acquisitions in the U.S. banking sector, conducted an independent assessment of a $1.2 billion World Bank financed private power project, evaluated privatization of Kazakhstan’s largest tire factory, and participated in management buyout of a New York business publication.  He regularly contributed to Institutional Investor and Infrastructure Finance.  In 1994 he was invited to make the first-ever presentation at the World Bank headquarters on Build Own and Operate/Transfer (BOO/BOT) projects.

In 1997 he founded the International Child Art Foundation and serves as its chairman.  He negotiated an exclusive license from the U.S. Olympic Committee for ICAF’s Arts Olympiad, which is today the world’s largest and most prestigious art and sport initiative for children.  To date, more than 5 million children worldwide have participated in the Arts Olympiad and benefitted from the program.  Dr. Ishaq hosted the first-ever national children’s art festival in U.S. history, and every four years since 1999 he hosts the World Children’s Festival on the National Mall in Washington, DC – the world’s largest international children’s celebration.

Dr. Ishaq’s pioneering work on the development of creativity to foster peace was published in the U.K.’s leading medical journal The Lancet in 2006.  The UNESCO Laboratory at University of Melbourne in 2007 published his analysis on building prosperity and peace. His writings have appeared in the Education Standard, Finance & Development, SchoolArts, Journal of Conflict Resolution, and Frontline.  Since 1998 he has served as editor and publisher of ChildArt magazine. 

In 1996 Dr. Ishaq chaired a business conference on Pakistan held in Washington, DC.  In 2003, he organized the very first educational symposium of the Qatar Foundation for HH Skeikha Mozah in Doha.  He has chaired sessions at the American Power Conference, the World Summit on Media for Children, and the World Cultural Economic Forum.  He was keynote speaker at the 2006 annual conference of the International Society for Education through Art (InSEA) held in Portugal. In 2008 he organized and chaired a youth panel at the World Cultural Economy Forum in New Orleans.  In 2010 he organized and moderated the first-ever children’s panel at a major business conferences – the Global Competiveness Forum in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Dr. Ishaq holds a Ph.D. in economics from the George Washington University. He is a Francis Hesselbein Community Innovation Fellow of Leader-to-Leader Institute (formerly, the Peter F. Drucker Foundation).  In 2004 he received the prestigious American Muslim Award in Los Angeles, California, and the World Culture Open Award for Humanitarian Service in Seoul, Korea.  He is member of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences, and the International Academy of the Visual Arts.  He is global advisory board member of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies, advisory board member of the Global Child Mental Health Campaign, and senior advisor on entrepreneurship development to the Business Council for International Understanding (BCIU).


Chadi N. Moujaes

Position: Partner
Organization: Booz & Company
Country: United Arab Emirates


Executive Summary

  • Chadi N. Moujaes is a Principal with Booz & Company based in Abu Dhabi. He focuses on public policy, socioeconomic development, large-scale transformation, and strategic planning & performance management

Relevant Experience

  • Education sector planning and public-private cooperation in education
  • Socio-economic development
  • Public sector modernization
  • Strategic planning and performance management
  • Organization design and transformation


  • MBA from INSEAD in France
  • Bachelor in Computer and Communications Engineering from the American University of Beirut
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