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Students of Institute of Business and Administration, Punjab University visit Lahore Stock Exchange as part of campus outreach program

Lahore, October 29, 2014 (PPI-OT): Students of IBA – Punjab University, Lahore visited the Lahore Stock Exchange as part of the Campus Outreach Program under Financial Literacy Initiative LSE, in collaboration with South Asian Federation of Exchange (SAFE). Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Lahore Stock Exchange Mr. Aftab Ahmed Chaudhry was the chief guest. Here, they were given an insight about practical aspects of various financial institutions and investment avenues by industry professionals.

Miss. Gitee Bhatti from Corporate Communications Department briefed the students on the need for setting up CDC and various facilities being offered by CDC not only to add efficiency but also for increased transparency and investors confidence. She explained as to how investors can use various CDC services for protecting their portfolios.

Students were introduced to the existing stock market investors, who shared their experiences and success story before the participants. Later, the students visited various banks and brokerage houses where they were given synopsis on the functioning of these institutions such as live market trading, banking products and services, lending and borrowing services, clearing and local as well as international remittances, etc.

The purpose of visit was to allow the students to interact with various financial industry practitioners in a stock exchange setting and get a chance to visit different financial institutions all at one location.

The Program is part of the Financial Literacy Initiative for the promotion of youngsters’ understanding of financial products and concepts, their ability and confidence to appreciate financial risks and opportunities to make informed choices, to know where to go for help, and to prepare today’s youth for better understanding of the economic/financial affairs affecting them. Educational institutions are joining hands with LSE to participate in series of sessions on financial literacy.

As part of the Campus Outreach Program, Lahore Stock Exchange has already held two sessions at IBA – Punjab University, Lahore. In the first two sessions students were appraised about the savings, investment and investment alternatives, foreign exchange, stock analysis and valuation techniques, financial markets and regulatory environment, market dynamics, market indices, market sensitivity, securities evaluation including fundamental as well as technical analysis, banking services, leasing, insurance and various corporate matters as applicable in Pakistan.

The “Campus Outreach Program” has received an overwhelming acclamation from various blocks of the societies. The Program is launched under the broader Financial Literacy Initiative by the LSE in collaboration with South Asian Federation of Exchange (SAFE). Campus Outreach Program – FLI is neither intended to promote or publicize any particular type of investment or product, nor is it aimed to endorse any specific kind of financial institution or market.

For more information, contact:
Barkat Ali Anjum
Deputy Manager-Media and Public Relations Department
Lahore Stock Exchange (LSE)
Lahore Stock Exchange Building,
19, Khayaban-e-Aiwan-e-Iqbal, P. O. Box: 1315,
Lahore – 54000, Pakistan
Tel: +92-42-36368000
Fax: +92-42-36368484-85
Email: barkatali@lse.com.pk
Website: www.lse.com.pk

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