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Seminar at IUBAT on Banking Sector of USA and Bangladesh

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  • 26th June, 2022 08:12:42 PM
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Banking services around the globe are gradually changing with globalization. Although the banking services of the developed world have reached the doorsteps of the people, the progress of the banking journey in Bangladesh is quite slow. At present, there are 42 private banks in the country but the people are not getting all the international standard banking services. However, if everyone is aware, it is possible to build secure banking services in this country as well. A special seminar on various aspects of banking services in the United States and Bangladesh was organized on June 26, 2022, at IUBAT –International University of Business Agriculture and Technology, Uttara, Dhaka. The seminar was organized by the students of CBA – College of Business Administration department of the university. Dr. Munir Hasan, Visiting Professor of Economics at the School of Business of Stockton University attended to present his valuable speech at the seminar. The seminar, which started at 11 a.m., was attended by 300 students from different departments as well as teachers.

Dr. Munir Hasan spoke in detail about banking services in the United States. He stated that people all over the world love banking services in the United States. Although there is a tendency to take loans from banks, banking services are safe. Banks continue to provide comprehensive services to their customers. The students also asked questions about various aspects of banking services.

Dr. Munir Hasan also discussed about various aspects of banking services in the United States. He elaborated on how banks can contribute to changing the course of the economy. The government cannot interfere in the banking sector of the United States. The banking sector there depends entirely on the head of the central bank. As a result, there is no political influence in economic management. On the other hand, the government has a role to play in the appointment of bank governors in Bangladesh. As a result, with the change of political parties, various policy changes have taken place in banking management.