A profile of Ikram Sehgal, a member of the EastWest Institute's Board of Directors, appeared in the publication of the Pakistan Institute of Management, where he discussed his life, family, and work.
"I have a dream of establishing an Islamic electronic microfinance bank which will be providing loans to poor people through technology," said Sehgal of his next endeavor. "We want to have a true Islamic banking in the country. My aim is to have financial inclusion for people of Pakistan."
Of his approach to business, Sehgal said "you are there to give service to the people and you must be paid for it. You should not have a hit and run approach, (you must) develop an association with your clients."
Click here to read the full interview in the May-June 2017 edition of PIM Magazine.