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Ghulam Dastgir won Bank Alfalah Rising Talent Award at PFDC Fashion Week

Four young designers showcased their collections at the Bank Alfalah Rising Talent show on the first day of the PFDC Fashion Week, with Ghulam Dastgir emerging as the winner of the competition today. Ghulam Dastgir received the Bank Alfalah Rising Talent award from Aly Mustansir, Chief Marketing Officer, Bank Alfalah. Through the award, the Bank provides a prestigious platform for young designers to showcase their designs and an opportunity for the winner to stock up designs at the PFDC stores for six months.

The other three contending designers that showcased their designs through the Bank Alfalah Rising Talent Show at the PFDC Fashion Week included Unza Khalid, Hira Ali, and Saiqa Raheem. The winner was decided through transparent voting of jurors and the general public. 

Speaking about the Rising Talent programme, AtifBajwa, President/CEO,Bank Alfalah said: “At Bank Alfalah, we strongly believe in supporting young talent. We have confidence in the talent that this country has to offer and we are committed in our quest to nurture the emerging potential of Pakistan. Since its launch, Bank Alfalah Rising Talent has been creating stories of success and today is no exception. Through this platform, we empower the youth of Pakistan to transform their ambitions into success.”

Bank Alfalah’s Rising Talent Programme aims to motivate, inspire and recognize young and upcoming talent in the country and provide them with opportunities to showcase their talent. Bank Alfalah has been supporting fashion bodies operating in the country, including the Fashion Pakistan Council as well as the PFDC. Bank Alfalah also supports emerging talent in sports, film making and arts.

Since its inception, Bank Alfalah has grown rapidly to become Pakistan’s fifth largest private bank, the largest issuer and acquirer of credit cards and one of the largest Islamic Banking businesses in the country. The Bank has a network of over 650 branches spanning more than 200 cities with presence in Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Bahrain in addition to a representative office in the UAE. 

The Bank serves more than 1 million corporate, retail, small business, agricultural, Islamic and asset financing customers.

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