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Nabeel Zeeshan
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Following on the G-20 summit last weekend, iFlow indicators over the past several sessions have reflected a willingness on the part of global investors to once again start making forays into select asset markets.
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This report investigates the trend of in-house asset management among U.S. and international asset owners. The research, which canvassed corporate and public pension funds, and endowments and foundations, was sponsored by BNY Mellon and conducted by P&I Content Solutions during July/August of 2015.
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  • DePaul University
    Computer Science, 2000 - 2004
  • Moraine Valley Community College
    1999 - 2000
  • Adamjee Science College
    Pre-Engineering
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  • Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
    Design & User Experience Manager, 2006 - present
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I'll start with the positive, Dr Shu Zhang is awesome. He is pleasant, doesn't rush to conclusions and explains everything in detail like what's going on, what options do we have etc. The wait time was not bad, it was in fact quick. We waited for 15 mins and that included the form fill time. The negatives are minor. In the waiting area the sofa cushions were dirty and had visible liquid spots, God knows what kinda liquid was it ... Very unhygienic !!! The front desk staff was just meh. No greeting, no smiles. They were not rude but not friendly either. The same applies to the nurse, a bit apathetic.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
This is your typical Pakistani restaurant where the curry dishes is microwaved, paper plates and quality is inconsistent. The only good thing is the chicken BBQ (I believe it's freshly BBQ'ed), but the chicken itself is usually old. There raita is 70% water and 30% actual raita. We've been there a few times, and the BBQ is always inconsistent. The people behind the counter are nice, but the food is just "okay", nothing special, not authentic.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
The place itself is very decent. Nice sitting area, good for families and ambient light. They had a TV which was playing old Bollywood song videos, good for nostalgic background music. We ordered chicken tikka and chicken tandoori and they were both freshly grilled and were served on a sizzling platter. The tandoori was burnt a bit however the tikka boti was soft and juicy. However, when the chicken tikka first came, it was extremely salty. I asked the chef and he said that it was marinated earlier and that's how much salt we put. I told him that we like salt too but this is not eatable. He was very accommodating and took the dish back and fixed it. Naan was good too, butter naan by default. They were out of paratha so that was disappointing. It seemed odd because we were there at 9:30pm ... Normal dinner time. This is more of an Indian restaurant than Pakistani ... Big difference in taste, dishes and use of masalas. Overall the place was nice and quiet. Sofa chairs were uneven and uncomfortable (spring board). But the bathrooms were clean so that's a plus.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I am new to vaping and found the staff to be very helpful (at times) in explaining which devices and flavors would be right for me. However, not all staff is super helpful only a handful of people are. I noticed a few snobbish people, mainly females who were dressed in all black skirts and kept going in and out of the office area. Most likely they were management. They have a large selection of vape fluids and devices and the place has a great hipster vibe/atmosphere. They also have a patio area, where you can hang out. It has a lot of colorful graffiti and art.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
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The restaurant is above average but there is nothing special about it. Inside, they have nice decor ... traditional afghani art and wall hangings throughout. Before I get to the food, let me talk about the service. We went their during lunch time. The host gave us a mediocre welcome and was quite most of the time. He was not rude but wasn't pleasant either. He brought the appetizers and just put it on our table, didn't say a word like "here are you appetizers, do you need any sauce? ... nothing like that. I liked the basmati rice .. the grains were thick and separate. The chicken (that's what we ordered) was okay. Nothing special about the sauce either. Without the sauce, it's a bit bland. In short, below average service, above average food. But nothing amazing.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
The store manager, Shannon is super helpful along with the rest of the staff. The girl who was helping us was knowledgable about shoe types and quality. The store only has two seating areas and is a bit cramped but all Steve Madden stores are like that. Overall I liked the staff here, they were helpful, and pleasant.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Everything about Dera is below average when compared to Pakistani restaurants in Chicago. When compared to Pakistani restaurants in New York, I would say the standard is above average. Here's why: The food quality sucks. Better than neighboring restaurants like Jackson Diner and Gourmet, but it's still bad. It's a typical over the counter style restaurant, serving dishes that were cooked by people who have no idea how to cook. I've tried numerous dishes: Naan: Good standard quality naan. Sweets: Old, Dry and semi sweet. BREAKFAST - Poori: They are soft and really good. - Halwa: Sucks. Texture is good, but it tastes terrible. - Channey and Allo ka salan: Terrible. The chaney are dry and over masala'ed. The aalo ka salan doesn't taste anything like the flavor I remember from Pakistan. LUNCH/DINNER Everything on the menu is below average. Nehari tastes like a mixture of masals and is more like gosht ka salan (meat stew) than nehari. Haleem is the only thing that tastes good, but nothing close to authentic. The seating is good, better than what's available in other restaurants. The staff is clueless most of the time. However, there are some good waitresses that tell you which dish is fresh and which isn't. The guy behind the counter serving out all the dishes is weird and mostly always annoyed. Rest assured, nothing here would evoke a nostalgia of magnificent meals that you’ve had before in Pakistan.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago