Mr. Batlay is currently serving in Competition Commission of Pakistan and overseeing the Mergers & Acquisitions department. He joined the Commission in January 2011 in the Competition Policy and Research Department.
His experience spans investment banking, international development, consulting, education, and public policy both in Pakistan and abroad.
Before the Commission, Mr. Batlay managed an investment advisory and consulting firm, Capital Resource, where he looked at project finance and public private partnership at Samba Bank, Pakistan. At the World Bank, he advised the governments of Sri Lanka and Jordan on privatisation and strengthening global capital markets. He also worked on a public schools management system for the city of Washington DC, and economic reform management for the Government of Sindh, Pakistan. At Citibank, he worked on developing term finance certificates - the first corporate bonds of Pakistan.
Mr. Batlay has a Master’s in Public Policy from the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, in which his focus was on international trade and finance.