JS Bank Holds Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride ForCancer Awareness

1st October – Karachi: JS Bank, one of Pakistan’s leading and fastest growing financial institutions sponsored the ‘Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride’, (DGR) the world’s leading motorcycling charity event to raise awareness and funding for prostate cancer.

Dressed in classic formal suits, more than 350bike riders gathered on Sundayfor the ride event. More than 600 cities worldwide hostedthe Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride on the same day, with an estimated 120-thousand riders taking part with an aim to raise $6 million for prostate cancer research.

A visual feast for attendees and motorcycle enthusiasts, the ride featured numerous sports, classic and vintage motorcycles.

Amongst the participants were JS Bank’s President and CEO – Basir Shamsie along with its Regional South Heads Syed Ghaus Ahmed and Zulfiqar Ali Abedi, all of whom are heavy bike enthusiasts.

Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Shamsie said, “We are here today to promote cancer awareness in men. This global cause is undertaken annually by DGR and JS Bank has been its lead sponsor in Pakistan for the past two years.”

JS Bank, one of Pakistan’s leading and fastest growing financial institutions has continually undertaken efforts to drive public welfare and the common good for the people of Pakistan.

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About JS Bank:
JS Bank is one of the fastest growing banks in Pakistan, with 323 branches in 161 cities. The Bank also has an international presence and is a leading player in the digital banking space. JS Bank has received the prestigious award for Best Environmental and Social Governance Bank at the Pakistan Banking Awards 2017. The Bank is part of JS Group, one of the Pakistan’s most diversified and progressive financial services group. For more information, please visit http://www.jsbl.com.

Pictured here is BasirShamsie – President and CEO of JS Bank (center) at the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride. The ride which aims to raise awareness and funding for prostate cancer has been sponsored by JS Bank for the past two years.