Mr. Ahmed Aslam Chaudhry has a diverse portfolio of experience having worked extensively both in the fields of legal and management consultancy. As a legal consultant he is involved in advising public and private sector organizations and departments with regard to corporate and commercial matters. He has also worked as a management consultant for blue chip companies with McKinsey & Company’s Middle East Office.
Mr. Chaudhry completed his LLB (Honors) from the University of London, UK. He is a barrister-at-law from the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, UK. He also has a Postgraduate Diploma in Law from University of the West of England, UK and an MBA from the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS).
Mr. Chaudhry consults regularly with a wide variety of corporate and non-profit entities for all manners of corporate, regulatory and contentious matters and has, interalia, (i) advised Hydropower and Solar power projects to ensure compliance with relevant RFP and the applicable hydropower and Solar power policies at the bidding, LOI and LOS stage, (ii) assisted several start-ups with corporate and regulatory governance issues and corporate re-structuring including establishment of foreign Holding Companies in various jurisdictions under the recent amendments to the State Bank of Pakistan’s Foreign Exchange Manual (iii) assisted in the creation of appropriate corporate substructure required to undertake power projects in a manner that reduces cost of transaction and flow of international investment and repatriation of profits including the incorporation of holding companies and local project companies, (iv) advocated on behalf of several INGOs for registration with the Ministry of Interior under the INGO Policy (v) represented corporate and non-profit clients before the High Court and various quasi-judicial forums.
Mr. Chaudhry’s work with McKinsey & Company saw him involved in analysis based on McKinsey’s problem solving model as applicable to various management challenges in a variety of industries. He was part of the team working on developing the McKinsey perspective on the petrochemical sector in the Middle East. Among other things he worked on a demand forecast model for petrochemicals based on projected global GDP growth scenarios. On another project he worked on the analysis of competitiveness of products as well as process mapping and execution of the budgeting process at one of the largest Middle Eastern mining companies.