Ali Riaz Malik son Malik Riaz Hussain

We have under spotlight the visionary leader with excellent business acumen, son of Malik Riaz Hussain, Ahmed Ali Riaz Malik, is Chief Executive Officer of the Bahria Town.

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We have under spotlight the visionary leader with excellent business acumen, son of Malik Riaz Hussain, Ahmed Ali Riaz Malik, is Chief Executive Officer of the Bahria Town. Next to the best business tycoon of the country, like father, Ahmed Ali Riaz Malik has shown the world how well he carried on with the legacy.

Early Life

Ahmed Ali Riaz was born in the Rawalpindi district in 1978. From the beginning he was too involved in the property industry, obviously his father remain the most impressive man in this business so it all started from the home. After completing his education, he was keen to to follow the footsteps of his father. He joined dad’s company as a procurement manager in the sales and marketing department and worked his way to the top tier.

Back in 2005 he was appointed as project manager in Bahria Town where he worked hard and made way to the position of Chief Executive Officer of the Bahria Town (Pvt) Ltd.

He got married to Mubashra Ali Malik (comes from a Pakistani family which is the owners of the largest sugar refineries in Pakistan)  in the year 2003 and later took all the Philanthropic activities of Bahria Town. One of the most successful events in Pakistan was to provide free food to over 150,000 poor people in Dastarkhwan by their team.

Successful Projects

Ahmed Ali signed a deal with the real estate businessman in 2013 and signed to realize the vision of “the first-ever Island town of Pakistan” following the 2013 agreement with Thomas Kramer, a U.S. real estate tycoon. The contract included developing and constructing in the city of Karachi, the Package, and the Bodha Islands.

There are many projects such as the Blue World City project of Islamabad or Bahria city Karachi project remain under his supervision. He has handled projects like No Sports City and Golf City in Bahria city and also plans to build a mosque on the other side, and his team is working well on all these projects. They are also working for the Bahria Town Lahore and Bahria Town Peshawar project.

How To Succeed As A Young Entrepreneur In The Real Estate Business

I knew I wanted to be successful in life but with all the things that I’ve happened to me. My future became bright because I actually had an opportunity so I took that opportunity and I took it to the next level after starting as an agent became a commercial expert. From a commercial expert yeah to CEO of a company and now the one nationwide. Most people get lost in the game, I found the way out so now having this opportunity and giving this opportunity to many others across the cities and world to have a successful way in life. We are now giving that opportunity and that could be you that could really be you for the most part most see your wins, your successes and the greatness that you achieved. What they don’t see is the long nights then countless times of rejection to fail your moments and the people will just turn their backs on you and not there for you. But that’s why I was acting and that’s how I got to where I am today and that’s how I made it to be successful because consistency is key. So, knowing that consistency is key just know that we have the proper tools for you to be successful in this business you’re looking to win.

A CEO, billionaire, young entrepreneur and one of the most renowned philanthropists, that’s Ahmed Ali Riaz Malik for you.

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