Navid Fazil
CEO
Interloop Limited

Navid FazilNavid Fazil is a Founding Director and CEO of Interloop Limited. He also serves on the Boards of TCPL and Interloop Holdings (Pvt.) Limited. He is the Vice President of Interloop Welfare Trust which is engaged in numerous philanthropic activities across the country.

Navid enjoys around three decades’ experience as a business leader and entrepreneur and has played a key role in developing Interloop Limited as one of the world’s largest Hosiery suppliers for top international brand and retailers, with an annual turnover of 331 Million USD. Being a progressive leader, he has spearheaded company’s expansion into multi-category manufacturing including Denim, Knitwear and Seamless Apparel, endeavoring to become a Full Family Clothing, Partner of Choice, for all. Under his leadership, Interloop Limited stands today as the second largest textile exporter of Pakistan.

Navid is an Electrical Engineer and earned his Masters in Management from the University of Oxford, UK. Having a technically trained and intellectual mind, he puts great emphasis on continuous improvement with special focus on Lean Manufacturing, Research & Innovation and Sustainability. A strong supporter of Diversity, Inclusion and Sustainable Growth, Navid is actively involved in many social responsibility programs, both professionally and personally. He is passionate about protecting the environment for future generations and keenly follows developments in regenerative agriculture around the world.

Male Champions of Change Pakistan 

Navid Fazil is a Member of the Male Champions of Change Pakistan group which was established in 2018. The Pakistan group includes representatives from various sectors including hospitality, telecommunications, information technology, micro-finance and sport. Members are committed to leading on gender equality, diversity and women’s empowerment within their organisations and in society as a whole. 

Male Champions of Change Pakistan is a member organisation of the Champions of Change Coalition.