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Jobs in SECP
08-11-2006, 01:11 AM
Post: #1
Jobs in SECP
Job Title
Young Professional’s Scheme

Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan

Young Professional’s Scheme
Years 2006
(Job Location Karachi & Islamabad)

In its ongoing endeavor to provide effective services, SECP is reinforcing its management team. This initiative is aimed at consolidating SECP’s presence to further enhance its effectiveness for playing a proactive role in interfacing with key market players, intermediaries and other stakeholders to improve the regulatory regimes applicable to various market constituents.

Towards this end, SECP is seeking to recruit 20 young and dynamic aspirants in Karachi and Islamabad offices for its Young Professional’s Scheme, to take up and achieve its objectives.

These inductees will be placed a FAST TRACK program and will be provided excellent opportunities for professional growth through on-the job training and practical exposure.

The person/s we are looking for should have a profile as below
- Member of recognized accounting bodies (CA/ACCA/ ACCA/CFA).
- Master degree holder from eminent national university, or degree holder in Law (LLM/ LLB, Bar at Law).
- Age limit 27 years

This is a unique and excellent opportunity for those who want to build an exciting career in a prestigious establishment.

Being an equal opportunity employer, we provide excellent salary package with added benefits in a supportive environment, To apply in strict confidence, please send your applications to the attention of Director Human Resource, marking the envelop with the position applied for, by post latest by August 15, 2006, to the address mentioned below. The prescribed form., can be downloaded from our website- must be sent along with a detailed resume and a passport sized photograph. Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

Securities & Exchange Commission of Pakistan
NIC Building, Blue area, Islamabad.
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08-16-2006, 03:50 PM
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So it means ACCAs / CFAs have got the much needed recognition in Pakistan’s Corporate culture.

Now ICAP's monopoly is in a very serious danger
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