Humayun Rashid, Managing Director and CEO of Energypac Power Generation Ltd, has been re-elected President of the International Business Forum of Bangladesh (IBFB). The 16th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the IBFB was held at a city hotel on Tuesday. MS Siddiqui, CEO of Bangla Chemical and Lutfunnisa Saudia Khan, Director of Banglaphone have been re-elected as the Vice President and Vice President (Finance) of IBFB respectively. In addition, Kbd. Md. Aminul Islam, Managing Director, Nabil Group, Mohammed Raisul Uddin Saikat, Chairman, Albion Group, SK Md. Waliul Islam, Managing Director, Roots Sourcing International Ltd., Iqbalur Rahman, Proprietor, Multi Trade International, Mohammad Ali Deen, Chairman, M/S Deen Impex, Syed Mustafizur Rahman, Managing Director, Novo Cargo Services Ltd have been elected as Directors for the first time in the Board of Directors of IBFB. Read: Special economic zone not enough to attract best investors: US Envoy Vice President (Finance) Lutfunnisa Saudia Khan and President, IBFB Chittagong Chapter SM Abu Tayyab were present in the inaugural session of the AGM. IBFB Vice President MS Siddiqui and IBFB founding President Mahmudul Islam Chowdhury also spoke in the session. Ambassador of the United States of America (USA) Peter D Haas and Ambassador and Head of Delegation, European Union to Bangladesh Charles Whiteley were present as the chief guest and special guest respectively in the inaugural session of the AGM.
The 39th annual general meeting (AGM) of National Bank Limited (NBL) was held online Thursday (August 25, 2022). The meeting approved the audited financial report of NBL for the year 2021. Ahead of the AGM, the NBL held an online vote for its shareholders Wednesday to elect new directors in compliance with regulations of the Bangladesh Bank and Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC), according to a media statement. Read: BB revises cluster credit guidelines to boost small enterprises Around 64 percent of shareholders cast their votes in the election. Ron Hoque Sikder was re-elected as director by securing 87.85 percent votes. Before the election, Moazzem Hossain, Mabrur Hossain and Ron Haque Sikder resigned from their directorship at NBL and ran for re-election. Read NBL to lower interest rate of poverty alleviation loan scheme
The 15th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Bangladesh Sports Journalists’ Association (BSJA) was held on Saturday at its office premises at the Bangabandhu National Stadium here.BSJA general secretary Anisur Rahman Paltu and treasurer Mazhar Uddin Omi presented their reports at the AGM, presided over by BSJA President ATM Saiduzzaman. The AGM gave emphasis on forming a welfare fund to help the BSJA members during crisis situation. Former BJSA Presidents Majurul Haque and Syed Mamun, former Vice Presidents Dilu Khodakar, Kamal Ahmed, Arifur Rahman Babu, among others, took part in the discussion on different issues. Read: Babu emerges best player in Walton-BSJA Sports CarnivalCountry's leading sports journalists and sports editors of national dailies, news agencies, electronic and online media were present at the meeting.
The 39th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited was held virtually on Tuesday. Professor Md Nazmul Hassan, chairman of the bank, presided over the meeting, the bank said in a statement. Also Read: IBBL signs MoU with BRB Hospital Yousif Abdullah Al-Rajhi of KSA and Md Shahabuddin, vice-chairmen of the bank, Dr Areef Suleman, representative of IDB along with other directors, Mohammed Monirul Moula, Managing Director & CEO, Prof Mohammad Gias Uddin Talukder, chairman of Shariah Supervisory Committee, JQM Habibullah, deputy managing director and company secretary along with foreign institutional shareholders and a significant number of local shareholders participated in the meeting. The meeting approved the financial statements of the bank for the year ended 31 December 2021 and a 10 per cent cash dividend for the shareholders. Read IBBL holds farewell for retired executives
The 38th annual general meeting (AGM) of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited was held Sunday (June 27, 2021) on a virtual platform. The meeting approved a 10% cash dividend for shareholders and the financial statements of the bank for the year ended on December 31 last year. Also read: IBBL Dhaka North Zone holds seminar on Shariah compliance Professor Md Nazmul Hassan, chairman of the bank, presided over the meeting. Mohammed Monirul Moula, managing director and CEO of the bank, Professor Mohammad Gias Uddin Talukdar, chairman of Shariah Supervisory Committee, JQM Habibullah, deputy managing director and company secretary, also joined the meeting along with the shareholders. Also read: IBBL Mymensingh, Rangpur zones host agent banking conference
11th annual general meeting (AGM) of Islami Bank Capital Management Limited (IBCML) was held Tuesday on a virtual platform. The meeting unanimously approved the financial statements of IBCML for the year ended 31 December 2020. Also read: Islami Bank Cumilla, Sylhet, Mymensingh hold business development conference Professor Md Kamal Uddin, director of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited (IBBL) and chair of the board of directors of IBCML, presided over the meeting. The AGM was attended by Md Joynal Abedin, director of Islami Bank and IBCML, Muhammad Qaisar Ali and Md Omar Faruk Khan, additional managing directors of IBBL and directors of IBCML, Md Ashraful Haque, CFO of IBBL and director of IBCML. Also read: Islami Bank Dhaka Central, corporate branches hold business conference Md Mosharraf Hossain, deputy managing director of IBBL, Md Saleh Iqbal, RDS and UPDS Project in-charge of IBBL, Md Altaf Hossain, senior executive vice president of IBBL, Mohammad Abdur Rahim, managing director and CEO of IBCML, and Abu Syed Md Nahid, the company secretary of IBCML, also joined the meeting.
Grameenphone's board of directors Monday approved a 275% cash dividend for 2020 in its annual general meeting (AGM). The 24th AGM was held through a digital platform following the instructions of the Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission and the risk of the virus spreading among the participants of the meeting, the company said in a statement. Grameenphone's board of directors announced a cash dividend of 145% of the paid-up capital or Tk14.5 per share of Tk10 each. Read GP Explorers 2.0 launched to upskill 357 youths With this cash dividend pay-out, the total cash dividend stands at 275% of the paid-up capital, including the previous 130% interim cash dividend pay-out, amounting to 99.86% of profit after tax for the year 2020. At the meeting, Grameenphone CEO Yasir Azman said: "In 2020, we were agile, innovative and delivered a solid performance by running our operations following contingent ways of work in the face of Covid-19 pandemic and natural calamities while ensuring the safety of our employees and our supply chain partners." Grameenphone wants to focus on its operational efficiencies and strategies to ensure better coverage and customer-driven initiatives. Also read: Grameenphone announces 15,500 4G towers in country The company has acquired an additional 10.4 MHz spectrum in the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) auction, amounting to a total of 47.4 MHz spectrum. On top of additional spectrum acquisition, Grameenphone has also celebrated 50 years of Bangladesh on March 26, 2021, by announcing all its 15,500 towers 4G enabled across Bangladesh. Jorgen C Arentz Rostrup, chair of Grameenphone Board, said: "Our focus for the year ahead will be to ensure Grameenphone's long-term sustainability. We continue to adapt to the challenges of the current Covid-19 reality. The company focuses on ensuring a better network experience, ensuring growth, innovation, modernisation, and stand by society with responsible business conduct." Read Grameenphone announces 15,500 4G towers in country
Pantho Rahman (Channel i) and AKM Moinuddin (UNB) have been elected President and General Secretary respectively of the Diplomatic Correspondents Association, Bangladesh (DCAB) for the year 2021.