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Telenor Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd.

Our industry plays an increasingly important role in people’s everyday lives. Our vision, mission and values express where Telenor is headed and the role we will play both in transforming people’s lives and empowering societies to grow and progress.
Our Vision: Empower societies: We provide the power of digital communication, enabling everyone to improve their lives, build societies and secure a better future for all. Our vision to empower societies is a clear call to action. We bring vital infrastructure, new services and products that stimulate progress, change and improvement.
Our Mission: We’re here to help our customers. We exist to help our customers get the full benefit of being connected. Our success is measured by how passionately they promote us.
Our Values: Our values serve as a guide for our everyday work. They describe how we should serve our customers and work together as colleagues.
Be respectful: We acknowledge and respect local cultures and want to be a part of local communities wherever we operate.
Keep promises: We’re about delivery, not overpromising. We’re about actions, not words.
Make it easy: We don’t complicate things. Everything we produce should be easy to understand and use.
Be inspiring: We find new ways to improve and create value.

Based inPakistan (Islamic Republic of)
ITU Global DirectoryTelenor Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd.
Chief Executive Officer    
Mr. Michael Patrick Foley

Michael Foley joined Telenor Pakistan as the Chief Executive Officer on July 1, 2014. With a global work experience in 11 countries, he has proven himself as an experienced executive level leader, consultant and speaker on telecom, technology and governance issues.

Foley has more than 30 years of sales, marketing and operational experience in the telecom and retail sectors from both advanced and growth markets. Before taking over the helm at Telenor Pakistan, Michael Foley was serving as the Chief Commercial Officer of the Canadian State Lottery, Atlantic Lottery Corporation.

He started his career with Procter & Gamble and became adept in commercial and marketing functions. Later, with his expertise in the field, he created and managed marketing companies in Canada and large commercial teams in the telecom sector. As Chief Commercial Officer of Celtel Nigeria, he was responsible for looking after sales, retail, marketing, service development, data services, customer care and seven operation regions of the company.

Foley served as executive level leader at M-Tel Bulgaria, Emirates International Telecommunications, New Brunswick Telephone, Bell Canada, @Home Networks (Canada) and Board of Excite Canada Inc.

Michael's career journey has focused on building telecoms excellence in markets where the industry plays a critical role in the development of society and in creation of economic competitiveness for national economies

At the core of his contribution to the business is the building of leadership excellence throughout the organization and mentoring future senior executives. He has a particular interest in the creation of strong governance processes and institutions.

"A company like Telenor has a role beyond that of being an excellent servant of its clients in the provision of telecom services. Its success lies in strong measure in being a stellar example of good governance, corporate citizenship, and in being a strong, vocal and respectful actor in civil society."

Michael is married to Maureen Koech, an economist with experience in Retail Banking and Emerging Market Financial Inclusion projects. His daughters Breanna (16) and Madeleine (13) along with his spouse have relocated to Pakistan with Michael.