Banks will remain closed in ‘Red Zone’ areas where lockdown will be enforced to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Prime Bank Ltd on Tuesday announced an alliance with Bangladesh Association of Software and Information Services (BASIS) to finance micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) under the ICT sector.
A branch of Islami Bank in Sadar upazila of Naogaon district and a Sonali Bank branch in Santahar upazila of Bogura district have put under lockdown as five officials of the two banks were found infected with coronavirus.
One can only hope, is what one would remark once learning of Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal's revenue target for the upcoming fiscal year, due to begin from July 1.
If the GDP growth comes down to 1.6 percent as per World Bank’s projections, it will be the lowest figure in 37 years in Bangladesh
This fund is received as part of a larger grant of $165 million from the World Bank to the MODMR, with WFP implementing part of the overall project
Prime Bank’s consolidated earnings per share (EPS) rose 13.5 per cent year-on-year in the first quarter (Q1) for January-March, 2020, according to an official disclosure on Tuesday.
The board of directors of Uttara Bank Limited has revised the recent dividend declaration
“A total of 13.8 million borrowers will benefit from this facility”
The board of directors of National Credit and Commerce Bank has postponed the recent dividend recommendation for the year ended on December 31, 2019, said an official disclosure on Sunday.
The government has declared around Tk1 lakh crore stimulus packages to provide low-cost funds for the revival of all types of businesses and overcoming losses
Fund to be used to ensure services at 134 centres in 13 city corporations and municipalities
In the case of Covid-19 contaminated areas, branches concerned are allowed to keep open up to 4:00 pm if necessary
The lunch were prepared by the star chefs of InterContinental Dhaka and distributed by the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) to the selected hospitals
AIIB is providing the support to mitigate the social and economic impact of the COVID-19.
After selling $10 million on Wednesday, the day’s reserve of the Bangladesh Bank stood at $33.19 billion
Millions of livelihoods have been destroyed and healthcare systems are under strain worldwide
The areas where banks will remain open include Dhaka City, Ashulia, Gazipur, Savar, Narayanganj and Chattogram
The bank will run such community initiatives throughout the year
Bangladesh Bank has revoked the special incentives for the bankers announced for working with physical presence in banks during the general holidays.