HBL hosts donation drive for Indus Hospital expansion

Karachi:HBL prides itself on being a socially responsible entity and continues to play its role as a responsible corporate citizen through the support of charitable causes that promote education, health and community welfare.

HBL collaborated with the Indus Hospital, Korangi, Karachi to support them in their mission to expand to a larger facility to be able to serve more under-privileged patients with free of charge and quality healthcare. The kiosks were set up on November 29, 2018 at three different HBL premises: HBL Tower, HBL Plaza and HBL Annexe.

Employees at HBL enthusiastically participated in the event to support this noble cause. HBL’s focus has always been people and their dreams, enabling it to be the catalyst for progress. Special thanks to Mr. Yunus Hashim Bengali – Chairman The Indus Hospital, Dr. Abdul Bari Khan – CEO The Indus Hospital and Mr. Ahson Tariq – Executive Director The Indus Hospital for their gracious presence at the HBL premises for the activity along with Mr. Sagheer Mufti – Chief Operating Officer HBL, Mr. Amir Kureshi – Head Global Consumer Banking, Mr. Naveed Asghar – Chief Marketing Officer HBL and other senior members of HBL.

HBL was the first commercial bank to be established in Pakistan in 1947. Over the years, HBL has grown its branch network and maintained its position as the largest private sector bank with over 1,700 branches and 2,000 ATMs globally and a customer base exceeding eleven million relationships. The key areas of operations encompass product offerings and services in Retail and Consumer Banking. HBL also has the largest Corporate Banking portfolio in the country with an active Investment Banking arm.

Spread over 20 acres of land and located in the densely populated Korangi area, The Indus Hospital is 300-bed tertiary care multidisciplinary hospital providing premium healthcare in an impressive, state-of-the-art facility completely free to everyone. It has the privilege to be Pakistan’s first paperless hospital and has now become a symbol of hope for the most vulnerable members of the society.

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