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Bangladesh Capital Market
Brief History of Capital Market:
• Concepts started in USA at Wall Street in 1653.
• It came to South Asia in 1890.
• The origin of Stock Market in Bangladesh goes back to 28th April 1954 named East Pakistan Stock Exchange association at Narayangonj. Later it was s renamed East Pakistan Stock Exchange Ltd and Trading was started in 1956.
History of Bangladesh Capital Market:
• East Pakistan Stock Exchange transferred in Dhaka in 1958.
• In 1964 it was renamed as Dhaka Stock Exchange Ltd.
• In 1976 Dhaka Stock Exchange Ltd started its operation with a bit different version.
• Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) was
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Sadharan Bima Corporation is one of the pioneer organizations of Bangladesh that introduced the information technology in serving their business. It is committed and dedicated to provide the best and prompt service to its clients. Sadharan Bima Corporation (SBC) established on 14 May 1973 under the Insurance Corporation Act 1973. Its authorized capital was Tk 50 million, later raised to Tk 200 million by the Ordinance VIII of 1986. In 1999, the paid capital of the corporation was Tk 100 million, which was fully subscribed by the govern As the single state-owned institution to handle all types of general insurance business in Bangladesh, Sadharan Bima Corporation did 100% of
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Customers Attitude towards AIRTEL BANGLADESH
1. DAS, AMIT 10-17652-3
2. ISLAM, NABILA 10-17731-3
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, Assistant Director of Bangladesh Bank, who backed us with the timely and accurate information to equip the paper.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title | Page |
1. Introduction | 09 |
(a) Origin of the Report | 09 |
(b) Background of the Study | 09 |
(c) Objectives | 09 |
(d) Methodology | 10 |
(e) Scope of the Study | 10 |
(f) Limitations | 11 |
2. Leasing in Bangladesh | 12-13 |
3. United Leasing Company | 14 |
(a) Overview | 14 |
(b) Policies Used by ULCL | 14-16 |
(c) Mobilization of Resources | 16 |
(d) Products | 16-17 |
(e) Investment Portfolio at a Glance | 18
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The ICT sector of Bangladesh is almost comparable to other countries in the SAARC region.
Bangladeshi firms mainly deal with IT enabled services, such as ERP, website development, graphics design, etc.
During the last couple of years there has been a new trend in Bangladesh of individual/group based outsourcing which is also known as freelancing.
* firms in developed countries look for outsourcing businesses in developing countries because of their comparative advantages, such as low human resource costs, technological skills, language proficiency, and geographic and cultural proximity to major markets.
* Such as Maldives, Pakistan, but India is way too far
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“TAX EVASION & AVOIDANCE -
A REAL PROBLEM FOR BANGLADESH”
Tax evasion and avoidance are both phenomena that are probably as old as taxation itself. Wherever and whenever authorities decide to levy taxes, individuals and firms try to avoid paying them. Though this problem has always been present, it becomes more pressing in the course of globalization as this process extends the range of opportunities to dodge taxation while simultaneously reducing the risk of being detected. Developing and emerging countries like Bangladesh are particularly vulnerable to tax evasion and avoidance activities of individual taxpayers and corporations. While tax revenues in OECD-countries
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DETERMINANTS OF TRADE BALANCE OF BANGLADESH
Mohammad Habib Hossain
A project submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the
degree of Professional Master in
Banking and Finance
Dr. Donyaprueth Krairit (Chairperson)
Dr. Sundar Venkatesh
Dr. W.A. Wijewardena
Bachelor of Business Administration
Asian Institute of Technology
School of Management
I would like to express my gratitude to my advisor Dr. Sundar Venkatesh, who supported
and guided me throughout my
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Agarwal .2001. “Stock Market Growth and Economic Growth: Preliminary Evidence from African Countries.” Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa (JSDA).www.jsd-africa.com
Agarwal, R.N . 2000. “Financial integration and stock markets in developing countries: A study of growth, volatility and efficiency in the Indian stock market” Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi, India in its series Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi Discussion Papers with number 21.
Bundoo, S. K. 1999. “The Mauritius Stock Exchange: An Assessment,” Social Sciences & Humanities and Law & Management Research Journal. University of Mauritius, Mauritius.
Demirguc-Kunt, Asli and Ross
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Creating Brand image of Bangladesh
Course Name: Marketing Management
Course Code: MKT-5134
Mr. Ishtiaque Arif
Assistant Professor, School of Business Studies
Name | ID |
Md. Zobair Hossain | 2013210005066 |
Md. Nazrul Islam | 2013210005067 |
Md. Nooruddin | 2013210005086 |
Rubel Hossain | 2014010005075 |
Al Jabir | 2013210005064 |
Date of Submission: May 2, 2014
At first we desire to express our deepest sense of gratitude of almighty Allah. With profound regard we gratefully acknowledge our respected course teacher Mr. Ishtiaque Arif to give us such an essential task
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Performance dynamics of an industry enterprise in Bangladesh.
A case study of Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
Nisith Kumar Mondal
ID no.- 10415004
MBA Program, Summer-2011
School of Business
University of Information Technology and Sciences
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SQUARE today symbolizes a name – a state of mind. But its journey to the growth and prosperity has been no bed of roses. From the inception in 1958, it
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Volume 1, Issue 4(April 2012)
A Journal of Radix International Educational and Research Consortium
ISSN: 2277 – 100X
RADIX INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BANKING, FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING
DECISION MAKING AND THE ROLE OF MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING FUNCTION – A REVIEW OF EMPIRICAL LITERATURE
Fitsum Kidane (Phd. Research scholar), Lecturer in Accounting and Finance College of Business and Economics Mekelle University Mekelle, Ethiopia
Abstract This study examines decision making and the role of management accounting function in a business organization. Using the review of literature, I identify management accountants perform a wide variety of tasks. Only a part of management
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today? Define both economic systems.
2. How would privatization, deregulation, and the removal of barriers to foreign direct investment affect the efficiency of business, new business formation, and the rate of economic growth in India during the post-1990 time period?
3. Contrast the before 90’s and after 90’s features of economic environment of India.
United International UniversitySummer Trimester 2015School of Business and EconomicsCourse: IBS3121_International Business | Case Analysis and Term PaperCase 4Chapter 5Topic 4 |
Bangladesh’s Textile Trade
Bangladesh, one of the world’s poorest countries, has long depended heavily upon exports of textile products to generate
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Bangladesh on its way to become a middle-income country by 2021
1. Introduction : 2. Classification of Countries and What is Meant by MIC: 3. Significance of Becoming a MIC, for Bangladesh : 4. Predictions on Bangladesh Becoming a MIC( International and National Sources ) : 5. Experience of Countries
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Bangladesh Shipbuilding industry now a promising sector
November 15, 2007
The shipbuilding industry in Bangladesh is now becoming a promising sector as it has signed several contracts with Danish investors to build multipurpose vessels. On at least two instances, Danish shipping interests recently have placed substantial orders with Bangladeshi shipyards. Ananda Shipyard in Meghna Ghat and CS and Partnere A/S, a Danish ship consortium, have signed a agreement to build a ship, said a press release.
The first ship – a 2,900 DWT multi-purpose vessel currently under construction at Ananda Shipyard and will be delivered in early 2008 – is the first of a series of up to 14 ships ordered by
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ASA University Review, Vol. 6 No. 1, January–June, 2012
Fund Management Practices of the Selected Nationalized Commercial Banks in Bangladesh
Vhokto Kumar Biswas* Kartik Chandra Mondal** Abstract
Fund management of commercial bank is a significant issue for its growth and stability. The unusual difference between cost of fund and return on fund is alarming for the financial health of any commercial bank. The major objective of the study is to know the position of fund management, profitability, growth, stability, and productivity trends of Janata Bank Ltd and Agrani Bank Ltd during the period of 2000-2009 and 2004-2008 respectively. Here the secondary data are used. In fund management
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“In the context of Bangladesh BOT is more important indicator than BOP”
‘Balance of Payments’ is a term that is used to refer to an accounting record for all the monetary transactions conducted by a country with other countries within a specified period of time. Usually one year. Balance of Payments is actually a numerical summary of all international transactions, and is preferably presented in the country’s domestic currency. In a balance of payments document, exports are recorded as positive items, due to the fact that they earn revenue for the government. Imports and other expenditures are recorded as negative items. The balance between these two is very important, and is perhaps the
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Impact of different window types in regulating natural ventilation of residential buildings of Dhaka, Bangladesh
|Md. Nymul Haque¹ |Jinia Sharmeen² |
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Natural ventilation is most desirable for cooling and providing fresh air in residential buildings for better indoor air quality and thermal comfort. The natural ventilation performance is affected by a combination of internal and external factors. External
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Reasons behind traffic jam in Dhaka city
(a) City lay-out (master plan) and over-population: The causes of traffic congestion in Dhaka city are multifarious. Starting from the city itself, it is observed that the skeleton, structure and lay-out of Dhaka City are not well-planned and well-directed. Dhaka is also a highly populated city. More than one crore people live here and the figure is increasing day by day. This huge population acts as an auto-catalyst of traffic congestion in Dhaka City.
(b) Inadequate and unplanned roads: Dhaka City has very inadequate road networks. For a standard city, where the minimum road requirement is 25%, Dhaka has only 7.5% road of its total area. 30
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Under this scheme, your money is deposited for a fixed period of time and interest is capitalized with the principal at each year.
Term deposit products are:
Annual Profit Term Deposit
A fixed return investment allowing you to withdraw or reinvest profit or principal at maturity.
Earn Ahead Term Deposit
This scheme offers you an opportunity to benefit from your investment at the time of opening account. Also allows you to reinvest withdrawal amount for further benefit.
Cumulative Term Deposit
Under this scheme profit from your invested amount has been capitalized at the end of each year (after AIT deduction), creating a new principal. Profit for next year will then be calculated
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PROPOSAL FOR (MBA) INTERNSHIP REPORT
Topic: Problems of Private Universities of Bangladesh: The case study of Eastern University
Dr. Syed Golam Maola
Department of Management Studies
Faculty of Business Administration
University of Dhaka
Md. Miraj Hossen
MBA 7th Batch
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HISTORY OF PRAN-RFL GROUP
The flourishing journey of RFL started back in 1980,with the name of Rangpur Foundry Ltd. The founder of the company was the late Major Gen (retd) Amjad Khan Chowdhury, a leading member of the Ahmaddiya Community in Bangladesh.
RFL started its journey with Cast Iron (CI) products in 1980. To eradicate poverty from the society and generate employment for the people of Bangladesh. The initial main objective was to ensure pure water and affordable irrigation instruments for improving rural life. RFL produced cast iron products specially tube well, water pump and other farm implements with a view to ensuring pure drinking water and cheap irrigation facilities for
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Dr. Sabnam Jahan
Department of Management
University of Dhaka.
Abul Kalam Azad
Student code: 3-16-32-063
Course code & Title: EM: 501 Introduction to
Abul Kalam Azad
Table of Contents
Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................. 2
Business Background of Bangladesh
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Company Overview | | Board of Directors | | Management | | Services | | Corporate Social Responsibility |
Teletalk Bangladesh Limited is a public limited company, registered under the Registrar of the Joint stock companies of Bangladesh. Total shares owned by the Government of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh.
We continue to grow and engage our customers through our clear commitment to offering
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Mr. Bijoy Lal Basu
Dept. of English
University of Dhaka
The Education System in Bangladesh: In need of an overhaul
Bangladesh had a GDP of 6.3% in the fiscal year 2011-12, thanks to the readymade garments (RMG) sector. Many firms in this sector are willing to open up their own research and
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Green Management perspective
SOUTH EAST UNIVERSITY
Faculty, School of Business of SEU
Mohammad Azmir hossain
Date of Submission
March 8, 2014
Bangladesh is a country suffering from immense social, political, economic and environmental issues and these issues need to be addressed for the overall development of this country. However, we all know that the peoples of the whole world are concerned about the environmental degradation, especially the rising of global temperature and thereby
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April 25, 2015
ESKAYEF BANGLADESH LIMITED
1. Defining Marketing Management relates with
Company’s Marketing Management
Definition of Marketing Management (Theory 2000 – 2011)
Eskayef marketing management is the art and science of choosing target markets and getting,
keeping, and growing customers through creating, delivering, and communicating superior
customer value. Eskayef believes that professional marketing is the hallmark of their
commitment to customers.
Definition of Marketing Management (Theory 2012 – 2016 ±)
Eskayef marketing management depends on the size of the business and the industry in which
the business operates. Effective marketing management will use a
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ways to go in improving development in Bangladesh; their work is far from over. He was glad, certainly, to note BRAC’s progress – but recognized how much more there is to do in Bangladesh. He was focused on the future, on improving the organization, on pushing to be better. He realized that BRAC could not afford complacency.
Fazle Abed sir is highly agreeable person because he meets with his subordinates when he is going to take any decision. These principles have helped BRAC constantly innovate and never take its progress for granted, and I believe that these leadership qualities are essential for the next generation of leaders in social justice, human rights, and development
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Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited mobilizes deposits through different types of accounts. Al-Wadeah Accounts
Mudaraba AccountsAl-Wadeah Accounts
Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited operates Al-wadeah Current Account on the principles of Al-wadeah. The Bank commits to refund money deposited in these Accounts on the demand of customers. On the other hand the Bank takes permission from customers that the Bank may utilize their money. Customers may operate these Accounts as their desires. No profit is disbursed in these Accounts and depositors do not bear any loss Mudaraba Accounts
In the perspective of these Accounts the Bank is 'Mudarib' and customers are 'Shahib Al-Mal'. On
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is a pioneer in many fields and remains one of the most successful and respected business houses in Bangladesh. It is the largest tea trading company in the country and dominates the domestic tea market, capturing approximately 50% of the national branded tea market and 80% of the branded tea-bag market. Ispahani Tea is renowned all over Bangladesh and its best selling brands such as Mirzapore Best Leaf and Mirzapore Double Chamber Tea Bags are household names. The company has an unrivalled distribution network of over 490 sales centres under 20 zonal offices in Chittagong, Dhaka, Dhaka North, Bogra, Barisal, Comilla, Khulna, Kushtia, Mymensingh, Rangpur, Dinajpur, Sylhet, Dhaka South, Dhaka
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The economy of Bangladesh is a rapidly developing market-based economy. Its per capita income in 2010 was est. US$1,700 (adjusted by purchasing power parity). According to the International Monetary Fund, Bangladesh ranked as the 43rd largest economy in the world in 2010 in PPP terms and 57th largest in nominal terms, among the Next Eleven or N-11 of Goldman Sachs and D-8 economies, with a gross domestic product of US$269.3 billion in PPP terms and US$104.9 billion in nominal terms. The economy has grown at the rate of 6-7% p.a. over the past few years. More than half of the GDP belongs to the service sector, a major number of nearly half of Bangladeshis are employed in the agriculture
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Historical Background of insurance Industry in Bangladesh
Insurance is not new business in Bangladesh. Almost a century back, during Britishrule in India, some insurance companies started transacting business, both life andgeneral, in Bangal.Insurance business gained momentum in East Pakistan during1947-1971, when 49 insurance companies transacted both life and general insuranceschemes. These companies were of various origins like British, Australian, Indian,West Pakistan and local. Ten insurance companies had their head offices in EastPakistan, 27 in West Pakistan, and rest elsewhere in the world. These were mostlylimited liability companies. Some of these companies were specialized on
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ENGLAND Host Ban 2 Tests
PAKISTAN 3 ODIs each
SOUTH AFRICA To West Indies 3 Tests, 5 ODIs, 2 T20
WEST INDIES Host SA 3 Tests, 5 ODIs, 2 T20
BANGLADESH To Eng 2 Tests
To Zimb tri-series SL Host Aus 5ODI To Scotland 1 ODI (Host WI Cancelled) Host Ban 3 ODIs Host Pakistan v Australia 2 Tests and 2T20 Host Pakistan 4T, 5ODIs, 2T20 (additional) To England 5 ODIs (Additional) To Pak (in Eng) 2 Tests, 2 T20Is (rescheduled from Host Ban 2 Tests (rescheduled from Aug 08) 4/5 ODIs (Additional) Asia Cup 3-4 matches To Zimbabwe 2T, Postponed to June v SL in USA 2 T20Is
To Zimb tri-series Ind 4/5 ODIs
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Marketing Strategy of
Nestle Bangladesh Limited
Course: Principles of Marketing (MKT101)
Department of Business Administration
East West University
Emranul Islam (2009-2-10-064)
Emran Hossain Niloy (2009-2-10-252)
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We should automate all the mills and factory that are government owned.
Bangladesh is a democratic republic with a parliamentary form of government. Bangladesh remains a developing country with poor infrastructure. Occupationally, 75 percent of the civilian labor force, which is currently estimated at 56 million, is directly or indirectly engaged in agriculture. Only 12 percent is engaged in industry. Unemployment is estimated at around 18.5 percent. In terms of age structure, it is more youthful than in the western countries. Heavy pressure of population on scarce land has no doubt created an extremely unfavorable land-man ratio. The GDP of Bangladesh is total $258.608
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HALF YEARLY REPORT 2009-10
MARICO BANGLADESH LIMITED
Half Yearly Report 2009-10
Marico Bangladesh Limited
Balance sheet (un-audited)
as at 31 March 2010
Assets Non-current assets Property, plant and equipment Cost Less: Accumulated depreciation Asset under construction Intangible assets Deferred tax assets Total non-current assets Current assets Inventories Goods in transit Accrued interest Investments Advances and deposits Advance income tax Fixed deposit Cash and cash equivalents Total current assets Total assets Equity and liabilities Shareholders equity Share capital Share premium Accumulated profit Total shareholders equity Non-current liabilities Provision
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Executive summary In this paper, an attempt is made to delineate the deficiencies of the existing financial system in Bangladesh to cater to financing needs of SMEs or new potential entrepreneurs and a proposal has been given to develop the venture capital industry to meet financing and non-financing needs of SMEs. SMEs play a vital role within Bangladesh’s economy in terms of creation of industrial outputs and generation of employment. Even though they play a significant role they face problems in securing investment or manage finance to develop their ideas or to expand their existing business. It is not possible for Bangladesh to accelerate economic growth without catering to the
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For fulfilling the requirement of this project, we have decided to form a joint venture between a Bangladeshi leather company with an Indian company or a Chinese company. The name of the Bangladeshi leather company is Leatherex Footwear Industries Ltd, which will mainly provide leather and labor in this joint venture because labor cost is low in Bangladesh.
The whole manufacturing process will take place in Bangladesh. On the other hand, India and China will mainly provide technology, idea, R&D and special equipment (if required).
We have decided to go for joint venture, rather than exporting because, joint venture provides companies with the opportunity to gain new
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period attributable to:
i.Non-controlling interests, and ii.Owners of the parent.
b)Total comprehensive income for the period attributable to:i.Non-controlling interests, and ii.Owners of the parent
IFRIC 5, BAS 37, BAS 8, BAS 32, BFRS 7 and BAS 39. The findings
are as follows –
(1) All the annual reports state that the financial statements were prepared in
accordance with BFRS (BFRS 1 and BAS 1). The audit report also states
that the financial statements were audited in accordance with Bangladesh
(2) With regard to BAS 32, BFRS 7 and BAS 39, there is little or no
disclosure in the financial statements of the sixty five companies about
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Performance dynamics of an individual entrepreneur in Bangladesh
1. Historical background:
SQUARE today symbolizes a name – a state of mind. But its journey to the growth and prosperity has been no bed of roses. From the inception in 1958, it has today burgeoned into one of the top line conglomerates in Bangladesh. Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd., the flagship company, is holding the strong leadership position in the pharmaceutical industry of Bangladesh since 1985 and is now on its way to becoming a high performance global player.
SQUARE Pharmaceuticals Limited is the largest pharmaceutical company in Bangladesh and it has been continuously in the 1st position among all national and
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Drug addiction is not a recent problem in Bangladesh. But it has been rising. In recent years Drug Addiction has significantly increased in Bangladesh. This agent of human devastation has spread its tentacles worldwide and also in our country.
Every intelligent and humane person in the world society and international organisations such as the UN and WHO are alarmed by the present rate of addiction.
Nowadays nearly ten per cent of outpatients in our hospitals are cases of drug addiction involving heroin, ganja and phensidyl.
These are generally youths and young men between 15-30 years of age and come from all strata of the society. But there are adolescents below 15 years of age and men
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of credit, High demand of small Enterprise financing, high demand of remittance facility, High demand of investment by Deposits.
It’s Vision is to become a leading bank of Bangladesh operating at international level of efficiency, quality and customer service. And it’s Mission is We operate ethically and fairly within the stringent framework set by our regulators. We will go fusing ideas and lessons from best practice to explore new avenues to stay stronger and more efficient and competitive. We will apply information and communication technology for the benefit of our customers and employees.
Main objective of this report is to evaluate the financial performance of Agrani
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Bangladesh has a subtropical monsoon climate characterized by wide seasonal variations in rainfall, moderately warm temperatures, and high humidity. Regional climatic differences in this flat country are minor. Three seasons are generally recognized: a hot, humid summer from March to June; a cool, rainy monsoon season from June to October; and a cool, dry winter from October to March. In general, maximum summer temperatures range between 32°C and 38°C. April is the warmest month in most parts of the country. January is the coldest month, when the average temperature for most of the country is 10°C.
Winds are mostly from the north and northwest in the winter, blowing gently at one to three
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GrameenPhone Recharge Offer
Grameenphone is the leading telecommunications service provider in Bangladesh. It is the first company to introduce GSM technology in Bangladesh, it launched its services in March 1997. With more than 50 million subscribers Grameenphone is the largest mobile phone company in the country. Grameenphone widely abbreviated as GP. GP is available for PREPAID & POSTPAID customers For both customers GP gives various offers. For Prepaid customer they often offer some Recharge Offer.
Demographic | Age: 15 and aboveGender: Female & Male Occupation : General (Venerable, Middle age & Young )Income : 5000 & above |
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Methodology of the Report:
Sources of Information
A. Primary sources:
2) Personal interview
3) Through personal acquaintance with the people at HR Division
4) By participate in the recruitment and selection process
B. Secondary sources:
1) Information from web.
3) Newspapers Clips.
4) Journals. &
5) HR Books
2.0 A SYNOPSIS OF THE MOBILE PHONE OPERATORS IN BANGLADESH
Mobile phone, a renaissance invention for modern telecommunication, started its journey in Bangladesh in 1989. That year, Bangladesh Telecom Limited (BTL) was awarded a license to operate cellular, paging, and other
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CAPITAL MARKET IN BANGLADESHTRENDS AND PRACTICES
PRESENTED BY: AMALENDU MUKHERJEE & MD.GHULAM FARUQUE DHAKA, BANGLADESH
Geographical Location : 20°34’ &26°38’ North Latitude 88°01’ & 92°41’ East Longitude Area( Sq.km) : 147570 Standard Time : GMT+6 Hours Population (Mn) : 152.6 Population Density/Sq.Km.,2006 (Estimated): 953 Inflation(2006-07): 7.22% 6.51 GDP(2006-07): Per capita national Income (in Tk.) 35904
Capital market in Bangladesh
Bangladesh capital market is one of the smallest in Asia but the third largest in the south Asia region. It has two full-fledged automated stock exchanges namely Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) and Chittagong Stock Exchange (CSE
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Southeast Bank completed 14 years of operations in March 2010. It was established by an Act of Parliament known as the Export-Import Bank of Bangladesh Act 1981 and commenced operations in March 1982. Southeast Bank is wholly owned by the Government of Bangladesh. Southeast Bank was set up for the purpose of financing, facilitating and promoting foreign trade in Bangladesh and also to provide financial assistance to exporters and importers and for functioning as the principal financial institution for coordinating the working of institutions engaged in financing export and import of goods and services with a view to promoting the country’s international trade.
It has a high
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Proceedings of 3rd Asia-Pacific Business Research Conference 25 - 26 February 2013, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, ISBN: 978-1-922069-19-1
Prospects of Islamic Banking in Bangladesh
Md. Maruf Ullah and Md. Shahnur Azad Chowdhury
In a developing country like Bangladesh, the Islamic banking system as a whole has a vital role play in the process of economic development. The study has been concentrated on “Prospect of Islamic Banking in Bangladesh”. The paper mainly emphasizes on analyzing the performance of Islamic banks and it has also identified some problems & opportunities and provided some suggestions. It has been tried to provide some information about future performance. The study also
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Bangladesh Governments: (1971-2009)
Bangladesh’s first government took oath on April 10, 1971. The provisional government of the new nation of Bangladesh was formed in Dhaka with the president of the republic, justice Abu Sayed Choudhury and Taj Uddin as Prime Minister.
Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, 1972–75:
The first parliamentary elections held under the 1972 constitution were in March 1973, with the Awami League winning a massive majority. No other political party in Bangladesh's early years was able to duplicate or challenge the League's broad-based appeal, membership, or organizational strength. Mujib and his cabinet having no experience in governance nor administration, relied heavily