Shan Saeed Chief Economist IQI Malaysia discussing CPEC


In a TV interview with renowned anchor Kamran Khan at Dunya News, Shan Saeed has discussed the role of Chinese investment for the growth of national economy of Pakistan. He also expressed his views on China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Besides CPEC, there is lot of Chinese investment could be observed in almost all fields of life.

Shan Saeed is Chief Economist / Investment Strategist at IQI Group Holdings, a leading property and investment company operating and advising clients in Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Hong Kong, London, Melbourne and Dubai. He has 15 years of solid financial market experience in the areas of private banking, risk /compliance management, commodity investments, global economy and business strategy.

Started his career with Asian Development Bank backed financial institution named National Development Finance Corporation in Karachi Pakistan for 3 years. He worked for Standard Chartered Bank in Pakistan / UAE for 6.5 years. Commenced his own asset company named Dita Advisory Services with his partners managing $50 million for high valued clients for 4.5 years. Engaged with IQI Group Holdings since August 2013 advising corporate clients from Korea / Japan / China / Europe / Middle East.

He has been quoted on Bloomberg Malaysia/China, Al Jazeera TV, Hubbis Hong Kong, CNBC Singapore, FT [Deutschland], Channel News Asia Singapore, International New York Times/Malaysian Reserve, The Edge Financial Daily, Italian wealth management magazine, Uni of Chicago, Booth School of Business alumni magazine, Wall Street Journal, Berita Harian, Islamic Finance News Malaysia, Smart Investor, Money Compass, Rotary Club USA, World Business Journal Singapore, Focus Malaysia, Oil/Gas magazine Malaysia, Business Today, Bernama TV and many more. Shan blogs at

He has graduated from one of the top elite business schools in the US – Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago. He got his first MBA from IBA Pakistan [in collaboration with the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania]. He is also trained in Alternative Banking/Strategies from the Harvard Business School, US.