KARACHI: JS Global Capital Limited (JSGCL), Pakistan’s leading equity brokerage and investment banking firm is organizing an investment conference titled ‘Pakistan Investment Conference 2019 (PIC-2019)’. This consultation will be held in the United States from the 4th to the 6th of September and is the fourth of its kind event organized by JSGCL. These sessions showcase Pakistan’s economic growth and business potential amongst leading global investors to attract foreign direct and portfolio investment. Furthermore, by strengthening policy level engagement, the delegation strives to improve economic ties between the two nations. The high-powered delegation will be led by the Honourable Governor Sindh, Imran Ismail and includes Pakistan’s Ambassador at Large for Investment - Ali Jehangir Siddiqui, Advisor Ministry of Maritime Affairs - Mahmood Moulvi, Chairman Pakistan Stock Exchange - Sulaiman Mehdi, Member Overseas Investors Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OICCI) - Khalid Mansoor, CEO Pakistan Business Council - Ehsan Malik and JSGCL CEO - Kamran Nasir. Also accompanying the delegation will be the top management of leading local corporations comprising roughly one-third of the market capitalization of the benchmark KSE-100 index. The event will commence in Washington and meetings will be held with US Department of State officials, US Trade Representative, US Trade and Development Agency, Overseas Private Investment Corporation and officials from USAID. This will be followed by discussions with the renowned think tank at Woodrow Wilson International Centre for Scholars. In addition, talks will be held with US Chamber of Commerce, OPEN DC, and US Pakistan Business Council to enhance trade relations between the two countries. Finally, one-on-one meetings with leading global fund managers will be held in New York all with the aim to promote Pakistan. Held annually, these conferences feature prominent international and local partners including representatives from the Overseas Investors Chamber of Commerce and Industry (OICCI) and the Pakistan Business Council (PBC).