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Islami Bank MD achieves 'CEO of the Year' award


Md Mahbub ul Alam, managing director & CEO of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited has achieved 'CEO of the Year 2019'.

The award was conferred by UK-based financial intelligence house Cambridge International Financial Advisory.

 Dr. Sofiza Azmi, CEO of Cambridge IFA handed over the award to Md. Mahbub ul Alam at the 5th Islamic Retail Banking Awards program recently.

Md. Mahbub ul Alam join IBBL on February 11, 2018. He embraces a long banking career with multidimensional capacities since his joining on February 05, 1984 in this Bank.

During this long successful career, he served as Additional Managing Director of the bank with the responsibility to look after the affairs of Corporate Finance, Investment Policy, Asset Management and Credit Risk Management of the Bank.

Previously, Mr. Alam, as the Deputy Managing Director of the bank, deployed his expertise to diversify the investment portfolio towards achieving the cherished objectives of the bank.

He was also the Head of International Banking Wing of the bank and contributed a lot for developing Treasury Products, Trade Finance, Trade Processing, Fund Management, and Centralized Remittance Services as well as formulated effective Trade Policies of the bank.

Md. Mahbub ul Alam was born in 1956 at Comilla district in Bangladesh in a noble Muslim family. He obtained Bachelor of Commerce with Honours in 1980 and Masters of Commerce (Major in Marketing) in 1982 from the University of Dhaka. He is a FIT (Finance of International Trade) Graduate from Business School of Ireland (BSI) & International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Paris and also a Diplomaed Associate of the Institute of Bankers, Bangladesh (DAIBB).

Mr. Alam is married to Mrs. Zaman Ara Begum, a senior teacher of Viquarun Nissa Noon School & College, a reputed educational institution of the country and the couple is blessed with two daughters and a son.

He attended many international conferences, seminars, training & business development programs in different countries viz. USA, UK, Italy, Bahrain, Kuwait, Germany, France, Belgium, Sweden, Finland, UAE, Oman, KSA, Qatar, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, India and Nepal.

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