Khan Afzal Hadawal - First Deputy and Acting Governor of the Da Afghanistan Bank
Mr. Khan Afzal Hadawal previously working as a President & CEO of Bank e Milli Afghan, was appointed as alternate Governor for International Monetary Fund (IMF) Afghanistan & 1st deputy governor of Da Afghanistan Bank (Central bank) under presidential decree#6310 dated Dec 18, 2011. Mr Hadawal previously worked as an advisor to Governor & General Counsel of DAB from 2005-2009, He also worked as a head of legislative & regulatory dept from Oct 2003-2005. Mr Hadawal's other experience include, head of licensing & regulation department in a reformation project of USAID/Bearingpoint in DAB from Sep 2002 to Sep 2003, Serving as an advisor at National Security Council, Counter Narcotic Directorate (CND) in 2002.
Mr. Hadawal's achievement include designing and presentation for the 1st time in the history of Afghanistan, Islamic banking and finance to Supreme council of DAB, allowing institutions to launch banking services based on sharia. As CEO of Bank e Milli Afghan, Afghanistan oldest bank, Mr. Hadawal transformed the failed bank into a modern and most profitable bank in Three years.
Mr. Hadawal played a key role in the establishment of financial Intelligence unit (FIU) in Afghanistan, and led the legal framework of the financial sector of Afghanistan, including the banking law, DAB law,anti Money laundering law, combating financing terrorism law as well laws secure transaction on immovable and movable property.
Mr. Khan Afzal Hadawal holds his Master degree in commercial law, LL.B (Hons) & B.A from International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan. He has participated in many national and international conferences and has served as head of delegation in several international conferences