Mr. Munim joined BAT Bangladesh as a Territory Officer in 1997 after graduating from the Institute of Business Administration (IBA), University of Dhaka. He worked in various marketing roles within BAT Bangladesh before taking up assignments in BAT New Zealand as Group Brand Manager in 2003 and subsequently taking over the role of Head of Brand Marketing in 2005. In 2006, Mr. Munim was engaged as a Manager in the role of product and packaging innovation in Sydney, Australia, before returning to Bangladesh as Head of Brand and subsequently as Head of Marketing. In 2010, he took over the role of Area Head of Marketing for South Asia. He was appointed as the Managing Director of BAT Bangladesh in 2013 and is the first Bangladeshi to become the Managing Director of BAT Bangladesh. Within a short period, he has contributed immensely to elevate the organisation to its next level, ensuring sustainable shareholder and stakeholder value creation, while also enhancing the company’s contribution to economic development to achieve the SDGs goals, aligned with the vision of the Government. Mr. Munim appointed as the President of the Foreign Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) for two years, 2018-19. During this stint, he led many relevant initiatives to serve the interests of the nation, as well as those of FICCI membership.
Amun Mustafiz has been appointed as the Finance Director of BAT Bangladesh from 1st October 2021. She is the first ever Bangladeshi Female Finance Director in the company’s history.
During her 16 years’ career at BAT, her contribution has been essential in strengthening the company’s financial and commercial foundations as she has worked in various management and leadership roles in Bangladesh, Japan & Sri Lanka. Most recently, she completed a successful stint as Head of Finance, Global Travel Retail, based in Hong Kong and prior to that she was the Finance Director Ceylon Tobacco Company (CTC) Ltd.
Ms. Mustafiz completed her Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree from the Institute of Business Administration (IBA), University of Dhaka. She is an active member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) in the United.
Ms. Mustafiz’s passion lies in cultivating leadership and creating the next generation of leaders. She has received several international trainings like: Gearing up for Global Leadership, Senior Women Leadership Program, etc which has further enabled her to shape up and strengthen her leadership skills.
Charles is currently Operations Director for BAT Bangladesh. He joined BAT Kenya as a management trainee in Jan 2000 and over the last 20 years, he has grown through the organization in various roles of increasing responsibility & scope. This has shaped him into an experienced and respected business leader.
After doing several operations roles in BAT Kenya, Charles was appointed Head of Manufacturing in 2010. He had his first international assignment when he was appointed Manufacturing Manager BAT South Africa in 2013. He was subsequently promoted to Operations Director BAT West Africa Area in Jan 2015 based in Nigeria. In this role, he was responsible for end-to-end Operations for 25 countries in West Africa. After this very successful stint; he was appointed Area Supply Chain Director BAT Australasia based in Sydney and leading the Operations team in Australia and South Pacific markets
Charles has been in leadership team roles in three strategically important DRBUs making significant contribution across both business and people leadership. He is a fast, agile, resilient and ambitious business leader with a strong track record of delivering stretch performance in challenging environments. He is passionate about talent development and building high performing teams. Always ready to learn, coach & mentor.
Ms. Asaf possesses over 20 years of rich experience in the legal profession. Before joining BAT Bangladesh, she worked in the Attorney General’s Office of the Government of Bangladesh, first as an Assistant Attorney General and then as Deputy Attorney General for more than seven years. Before this, she was appointed as an Associate of Rokanuddin Mahmud and Associates, one of the most reputed law firms of Bangladesh. She is enrolled as an Advocate of the Dhaka District Court, High Court Division and Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. She leads and actively supports women empowerment initiatives in Bangladesh and is also involved in various social initiatives. She is the President of ‘Care in Need’ foundation (companion care service for elderly citizens) and is also in the board of ‘SEID Trust’ (daycare service for children with special needs).
Mr. Jashim joined BAT Bangladesh in 2006 as a Territory Officer after completing his Bachelor of Business Administration from Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka. In 2008, he moved to the role of HR Executive, Industrial Relations & Welfare, and, since then, has performed a number of business partner roles across all functions of BAT Bangladesh. In 2013, he took over the role of Organisational Effectiveness Manager in BAT AsPac before taking over the role of HR Business Partner - Marketing in 2015. He eventually moved to the role of Senior HR Business Partner Operations & Corporate in 2016. He was appointed as the Head of HR in February 2019.
Mr. Ali joined BATB as a Territory Officer. He has 19 years of experience in BAT, both locally and Internationally in various areas of marketing. He worked in different roles within BAT Bangladesh before being seconded to BAT Vietnam as RTM Project Manager where he led the planning and implementation of RTM expansion project in a complicated trading environment in record time. He then returned to Bangladesh as Group Brand Manager in mid 2014. He has been leading BAT’s largest global trade team since 2016. BATB TM&D team received the global TM&D X factor award in 2017 and BATB’s Stellar award in 2018 for delivering outstanding business results. He led the BD Steering group (cross-functional forum involving direct reports to BD Leadership team) and BATB gender diversity platform ‘’Symmetry’’ as Chairperson for 2 years.
Mr. Sarzil Sarwar joined BAT Bangladesh as Head of Digital Business Solutions in January 2020.
Prior to joining BAT Bangladesh, he was the Group Head of Technology Programme and Performance Management at Axiata Group Berhad.
During his tenure at Axiata Group Berhad, Mr. Sarwar served in several management roles in Robi Axiata since 2012, overseeing various functions. He was also the Chairman of the Business Operations Committee for the past 2 years. He played a key role in transforming the company into a digital player.
Besides Axiata Berhad, Mr. Sarwar has also served other leading telecom companies such as Ooredoo, Airtel and Veon in various IT, B2B & Strategy functions across the Middle East, Africa and South Asian markets. He started his career with Telvista, a leading ICT company in the USA.
Mr. Sarwar holds a Bachelor’s degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Texas and has completed several leadership programs with INSEAD & IMD Business School.
Sheikh Shabab Ahmed joined BAT Bangladesh Leadership Team as Head of External Affairs from 1st October 2021- He is one of the youngest leaders within the corporate sector.
He began his career at BAT Bangladesh as a Territory officer in 2006 and has gained a stellar career profile with extensive experience spanning across different functions. During his 16 years at BAT Bangladesh, he has served in several management and leadership roles in BAT Bangladesh in key departments such as Marketing, Corporate and Regulatory Affairs. Prior to his current role, he was appointed as the Global Regulatory Engagement Manager in 2017 at BAT’s Global Headquarters in London, UK.
Mr. Ahmed completed his Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree from the Institute of Business Administration (IBA), University of Dhaka. He is also an alumni of St Joseph High School, Dhaka and Notre Dame College, Dhaka.
He is a passionate leader who motivates teams to deliver extraordinary outcomes and actively drive a highperformance culture.