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A Raging Fire

Pakistan’s Debt Crisis

Detailed in Tabadlab’s seminal analysis, “A Raging Fire,” the gravity of this crisis is laid bare, revealing the depth and breadth of the problem, the quantum of financial resources lacking, and the path forward with or without transformational structural changes.

By dissecting key financial indicators, drawing comparisons with global standards, and showcasing multi-scenario projections “A Raging Fire” serves as a critical blueprint for navigating Pakistan’s debt dilemma.

Providing comprehensive solutions in a dedicated section, the analysis ends with crucial reforms needed to extricate Pakistan from the this perennial financial spiral, and put it on a path to economic recovery, eventually leading to prosperity.

Ammar Habib Khan
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Ammar is the CEO of CreditBook Financial Services, a Fintech focusing on enhancing access to credit for SMEs, and has more than fourteen years of experience in investment and risk management, private equity, and impact finance.  He is also an Assistant Professor of Practice at Institute of Business Administration, Karachi, and a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the Atlantic Council.

He has consulted for the United Nations Development Program for various programs in energy in the Pacific, as well as on energy projects with capital outlay of more than $3 billion across Pakistan.  Ammar is also a Member of the Tariff Determination Committee of the Thar Coal Energy Board.

Ammar read Macroeconomic Policy at graduate level Barcelona School of Economics, completing his undergraduate degree from IBA, Karachi.  Ammar is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), as well as a Certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM).  He is also among the first few certified Sustainability & Climate Risk professionals in Pakistan.  Ammar writes bi-weekly op-eds for major publications, such as Dawn, and The News

Zeeshan Salahuddin
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Zeeshan Salahuddin is the Director for the Centre for Regional and Global Connectivity (CRGC) at Tabadlab. Zeeshan’s research focuses on security studies, particularly religious and political extremism in Pakistan, and its priorities in an increasingly multipolar world. He frequently writes for The News, The Friday Times, Dawn, The Diplomat, Foreign Policy, and others, and occasionally provides analysis on BBC and CNN. He has a master’s degree in Corporate Communications and Strategic Management from Ithaca College, New York.