First bank of Pakistan, The State Bank of Pakistan was established soon after creation of Pakistan. State Bank of Pakistan was founded by Father of the Nation in 1948.
It is State Bank of Pakistan. It was founded by the father of the nation in 1948.
I think the oldest bank is habeeb bank limitrd (HBL) Founded in 1941 Started working on pakistan in 47 While State Bank Of Pakistan founded in 1948
State bank of Pakistan
State Bank of Pakistan
State Bank of Pakistan was created in 1948.
The state bank of Pakistan is the central bank of Pakistan, it was established in Karachi on 1st July ,1948
State Bank of Pakistan heads all monetary affairs of the State. It's chief is named as "Governor State Bank of Pakistan" and is appointed by the President.
The Government of Pakistan is the owner of the State Bank of Pakistan. It was established in 1948. It is headquartered in Karachi, Pakistan. It is the central bank of Pakistan that supervises the banking operations in Pakistan
5000 note was issued in 2008 by state bank of Pakistan.
The State Bank of Pakistan, which is Pakistan's central bank, works by regulating liquidity and other banking activities.
State bank of Pakistan issus T-bills for the in-take of money
The State Bank of Pakistan is the central bank of Pakistan. To register for an account, one can visit the NBP official website, or contact a location directly.
state bank of Pakistan 1st July 1948
It is the central bank of Pakistan which regulate and control the monetary policy and banking sector.
what is brod money base in the annual reports according to state bank of pakistan
State Bank of Pakistan is best Bank..
State Bank of India was found in 1806.
state bank of pakistan is not an autonomous body is its decision. all the decision taken by the bank are govt biased,
Mr. Ashraf Mahmood is the appointed president of the State Bank of Pakistan. He has a three year appointment and took the position in April of 2014.
Pakistan's first bank is known as "The State Bank of Pakistan". It was established in 1948, around one year after the partition of British India.