Iqbal Ali Lakhani

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Iqbal Ali Lakhani is a Pakistani industrialist belonging to Karachi's wealthy Ismailis Lakhani family that is reported to be among the top 22 richest families in the country.[1] He is one of four brothers controlling the Lakson Group and he is the group chairman.

Their businesses are very diverse. Their flagship company was the Lakson Tobacco Company[2] which is the largest tobacco exporter in Pakistan. The company was recently sold to Phillip Morris International company.

Lakhani, is the most well-known of all Ismaeli tycoons. Their stakes range from media, tobacco, paper, chemicals and surgical equipment to cotton, packaging, insurance, detergents, Pakistan's largest data communication company CYBERNET and other household items, many of which are joint ventures with leading international conglomerates.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://pbc.org.pk/mr-iqbal-ali-lakhani/, Biography of Iqbal Ali Lakhani, Pakistan Business Council website, Retrieved 17 Jan 2016
  2. ^ http://lakson.com.pk/?page_id=108, Lakson Group of companies website, Retrieved 17 Jan 2016