November 27, 2020, 1:43 pm
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.
While Bengal Bank is almost done with its prelaunch activities, Strategic Finance is yet to make any headway
A leading banker Saturday suggested large-scale merger and acquisition (M&A)
According to Bangladesh Bank data, of 30 listed banks, 24 had maintained capital base more than 12 percent against risk weighted assets in last December while 18 out of 29 non-listed banks had above 12 percent capital against
The central bank estimates a faster recovery in the next two years and economic growth will climb to 8% in FY22
The total assistance package is expected to benefit 15 million-plus poor and vulnerable people
Central bankers who have spent a generation
A bag containing about Tk 8.0 million in cash has purportedly been lost from a cash-in-transit vehicle of National Bank in Old Dhaka.
The central bank has invited applications from interested banks by May 14 to sign participatory agreements (PAs) on receiving refinancing facility under the large industries and services sector.
The loan is expected to benefit over 15 million poor and vulnerable people in Bangladesh
Fresh borrowers will have to pay interest on all kinds of loans as usual for April and May, according to a Bangladesh Bank, or BB, notice on Monday.
The central bank gave the instruction considering the inconvenient situation for Covid-19.