The managing director (MD) of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited (IBBL) Mohammed Monirul Moula on Sunday said Islami Bank has been awarded as a top taxpayer and is recognized as a sustainable bank in sustainability ranking by Bangladesh Bank.
He said Islami Bank is providing high-tech banking services to its clients through 384 branches, 208 sub-branches, 2700 agent outlets and more than 2000 ATMs and CRM machines across the country.
He came up with remarks while inaugurating 384th Branch of the bank at Ranirhat of Chattogram on Sunday.
Islami bank financed a large number of industries in different sectors including agriculture, RMG, Denim, sugar refinery and many others small as well as heavy industries, said Moula.
Professor Dr. Md. Salim Uddin, FCA , chairman of executive committee, JQM Habibullah, FCS, Deputy Managing Director, Mohammed Shabbir, Senior Executive Vice President, Md. Mizanur Rahman Bhuiyan and Miftah Uddin, Executive Vice Presidents, Md. Nayer Azam, Head of Chattogram North Zone of the bank addressed the welcome speech. Siraj Uddin Choudhury, Chairman, Islampur Union Parisad, KKM Rafiq Bin Choudhury, former Chairman, Rajanagar Union Parisad, Doctor Alok Chandra Das, Dilwara Begum, Member, Rajanagar Union Parisad, Md. Sekander Hossain Choudhury, Secretary, Ranirhat Bazar Committee and Principal Nazrul Islam addressed on behalf of clients and well-wishers. Md. Abul Kalam, Head of Ranirhat Branch thanked the audience. Mohammad Yakub Ali, Head of Chattogram South Zone, executives and employees of the bank, clients, and local businesses were present on the occasion.
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