Mission And Vission

Profile of Zenevia Express Holdings Ltd The necessity of establishing a stockexchange in the then East Pakistan was first decided by the government when, early in 1952, it was learnt that the Calcutta StockExchange had prohibited the transactions in Pakistani shares and securities. The Provincial Industrial Advisory Council of Pakistan soonthereafter set up an organizing committee for the formation of a stock exchange in East Pakistan. A decisive step was taken in the second meeting of the organizing committee held on the 13th march, 1953. In the cabinet room, Eden building, under the chairmanship of Mr. A. Khaleeli, secretary of the government of East Bengal, commerce, labor and industries department at which various aspects of the issue were discussed in detail. Then the central government’s proposalregarding the opening a branch of Karachi StockExchange at Dhaka did not find favor with the meeting who felt that East Pakistan should have an independent stock exchange. It was suggested that Dhaka Narayanganj Chamber of Commerce & Industry should approachits members for purchasing the membership cards at RS.2000 each for the proposed stockexchange. It was thought that the location of the exchange should be either at Dhaka, Narayanganj or at Chittagong. An organizing committee was appointed consisting of leading commercial and industrial personalities of the province with Mr. Mehdi Ispahani as the convener in order to organize the exchange. The chamber informed its members and members of its affiliated associations of the proceedings of the above meeting, requesting them to intimate whether they were interested in joining the proposed stockexchange. This was followed by a meeting, at the chamber of which about 100 persons were interested in the formation of the exchange on July 7, 1953 (07.07.1953). The meeting invited 8 gentlemen to becomepromoters of the exchange with Mr. M Mehdi Ispahani as the convener and authorized them to draw up the memorandum and article of association of the exchange and proceed to obtain register under the company’s act 1913. The other 7 promoters of the exchange were Mr. J M Addision-Scott, Mr. Mhodammed Hanif, Mr. A C Jain, Mr. A K Khan, Mr. M Shabbir Ahmed and Mr. Sakhawat Hossin. It was also decided that membership fee was to be RS.2000 and subscription rate at RS.15 per month. The exchange was to consist of not more than 150 members. A meeting of the promoters was held at the chamber on September 03, 1953 (03.09.1953) when it was decided to appoint Orr Dignam & Co. as the solicitors to

Trams And Condition

Profile of Zenevia Express Holdings Ltd The necessity of establishing a stockexchange in the then East Pakistan was first decided by the government when, early in 1952, it was learnt that the Calcutta StockExchange had prohibited the transactions in Pakistani shares and securities. The Provincial Industrial Advisory Council of Pakistan soonthereafter set up an organizing committee for the formation of a stock exchange in East Pakistan. A decisive step was taken in the second meeting of the organizing committee held on the 13th march, 1953. In the cabinet room, Eden building, under the chairmanship of Mr. A. Khaleeli, secretary of the government of East Bengal, commerce, labor and industries department at which various aspects of the issue were discussed in detail. Then the central government’s proposalregarding the opening a branch of Karachi StockExchange at Dhaka did not find favor with the meeting who felt that East Pakistan should have an independent stock exchange. It was suggested that Dhaka Narayanganj Chamber of Commerce & Industry should approachits members for purchasing the membership cards at RS.2000 each for the proposed stockexchange. It was thought that the location of the exchange should be either at Dhaka, Narayanganj or at Chittagong. An organizing committee was appointed consisting of leading commercial and industrial personalities of the province with Mr. Mehdi Ispahani as the convener in order to organize the exchange. The chamber informed its members and members of its affiliated associations of the proceedings of the above meeting, requesting them to intimate whether they were interested in joining the proposed stockexchange. This was followed by a meeting, at the chamber of which about 100 persons were interested in the formation of the exchange on July 7, 1953 (07.07.1953). The meeting invited 8 gentlemen to becomepromoters of the exchange with Mr. M Mehdi Ispahani as the convener and authorized them to draw up the memorandum and article of association of the exchange and proceed to obtain register under the company’s act 1913. The other 7 promoters of the exchange were Mr. J M Addision-Scott, Mr. Mhodammed Hanif, Mr. A C Jain, Mr. A K Khan, Mr. M Shabbir Ahmed and Mr. Sakhawat Hossin. It was also decided that membership fee was to be RS.2000 and subscription rate at RS.15 per month. The exchange was to consist of not more than 150 members. A meeting of the promoters was held at the chamber on September 03, 1953 (03.09.1953) when it was decided to appoint Orr Dignam & Co. as the solicitors to