Abdul Fazal Bhanji receives Order of the British Empire honours for services to education and young people

New Year’s Honours list 2017

Abdul Fazal Bhanji receives Order of the British Empire honours for services to education and young peopleThe full New Year Honours lists for 2017 recognise the achievements and service of extraordinary people across the United Kingdom.

Order of the British Empire 2017

Officers of the Order of the British Empire

Abdul Fazal BHANJI

Deputy Chair, University of London Board of Trustees.

For services to Education and Young People. (London)

ICAEW members awarded New Year Honours

A number of ICAEW chartered accountants were recognised by Her Majesty the Queen in the New Year Honours List

Abdul Fazal Bhanji, deputy chair of the University of London board of trustees also received an OBE for services to education and young people.

Abdul F Bhanji – Directorbank

Abdul has a strong track record in executive search. Prior to joining us, he was a co-founder of a successful executive search firm and a NED at Whitehead Mann. In his earlier career he worked with a variety of high profile media and industrial clients as a senior partner at PwC in charge of business development. Over the years he has built an extensive network of senior contacts in the City and at major plc’s and continues to act as a special advisor to a number of Chairs and CEOs of multinational organisations. Abdul is currently Vice Chair of the University of London Board of Trustees and a Trustee of the Prince’s Foundation for Children and the Arts. He is a former Chair of The Aga Khan Foundation UK National Committee.

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/581860/new-years-honours-2017-full-list.pdf

http://economia.icaew.com/en/news/january-2017/icaew-members-awarded-with-new-year-honours

http://www.directorbank.com/our-team/abdul-f-bhanji/

 

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