Dhaka, May 6 (UNB)- A meeting of the Board of Directors of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited (IBBL) was held at Islami Bank Tower on Monday.
Presided over by Professor Md Nazmul Hassan, PhD, Chairman of the bank, the meeting was attended by Md Shahabuddin, Vice Chairman of Directors, Md Mahbub ul Alam, Managing Director and CEO and JQM Habibullah, FCS, Deputy Managing Director & Company Secretary of the Bank.
The meeting approved unaudited financial statement of the first quarter of current year that ended on March 31.
Dhaka, May 6 (UNB)- RFL Best Buy, the largest retail chain shop of plastic household products in the country has opened its new retail outlet at Kashimpur Bazar of Nawabganj.
Numerous RFL products, including household plastic, Italiano Melamine, Durable kitchen sink, Vision Electronics, Good Luck Stationary and Duronto Bicycle are available at the outlet, said a press release issued on Monday.
RN Paul, Managing Director of RFL, inaugurated the outlet at Kashimpur Bazar of Nawabganj.
“RFL always introduces new and quality products in the market to fulfill the customers demand. Best Buy is a good platform for providing our products. Now, People can easily purchase more than 3000 products from the Best Buy, “said RN Paul while addressing the programme.
Rahat Zahan Shamim, Chief Operating Officer of Best Buy, Atikur Rahman, Head of Sales, Mehedee Hasan, Senior Brand Manager, Md Owahiduzzaman, Assistant Brand Manager and local personalities were also present at the program.
Dhaka, May 6 (UNB) - Telenor Group and Axiata Group Berhad have been discussing to combine their telecom and infrastructure assets in Asia (MergeCo), in which Telenor would take a majority stake.
It is anticipated that Telenor, based on equity value, will own 56.5% in MergeCo and Axiata will own 43.5%, said a press release.
The parties were aiming to create a leading, well diversified Pan-Asian telco with operations in nine countries with a total population of close to one billion people.
Telenor’s Asian footprint includes Thailand, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Pakistan and Myanmar. Axiata has operating companies in Malaysia, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Indonesia, and the tower business edotco.
Dhaka, May 6 (UNB) - State-owned hydrocarbon corporation Petrobangla has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Janata Bank Limited for making payment of bill in foreign currency against import of liquefied natural gas (LNG).
The officials of the two organisations signed the deal on Sunday at Petrobangla's Board Room at Kawran Bazar in the city.
Chairman of Petrobangla Md. Ruhul Amin presided over the ceremony while Chairman of Janata Bank Limited Luna Shamsuddoha was present as the chief guest.
Managing Director and other high officials of Janata Bank Limited and Directors and high officials of Petrobangla were also present at the ceremony.
Secretary of Petrobangla Syed Ashfaquzzaman and General Manager of Janata Bank Limited Md. Mubarak Hossain signed the MoU on behalf of their respective organizations.
Mentionable, Petrobangla has already signed two long term LNG sales and purchase agreement (SPA) with Ras Gas of Qatar and Oman Trading International (OTI) to meet up the country's energy demand.