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Corporate Corner

27 May, 2019 12:00 AM printer

Corporate Corner

This photo taken recently shows Indian youths at a class for a three-month course on computer hardware at a training centre run by the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) in New Delhi. Asad Ahmed diligently scribbled notes at a computer class in New Delhi but he already fears that his hard work will probably come to nothing. While nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi won a new five-year term promising to step up his campaign for a "new India", the 18-year-old Ahmed is pessimistic about getting a new job.

HSBC has 30 per cent market share in Hong Kong among consumers as virtual banks are starting to take up residence.

Shippers’ Council of Bangladesh Chairman Md Rezaul Karim presents a crest to Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi during a meeting at the commerce ministry office in the capital on Sunday. SCB Senior Vice-Chairman Ariful Ahsan, Vice-Chairman Md Munir Hossain and directors Afsar Uddin Ahmed, AKM Aminul Mannan (Khokon) and Syed Md Bakhtiar were also present on the occasion.

Padma Bank Chairman Chowdhury Nafees Sharafat launches an attractive deposit scheme at a function in the capital on Thursday. Vice-Chairman of the bank Dr Taher Imam was also present on the occasion.

Institute of Chartered Secretaries of Bangladesh (ICSB) President Mohammad Sanaullah is seen at an Iftar party organised by ICSB at Samson H Chowdhury Centre at Dhaka Club in the capital on Saturday. A large number of members including the councilors and office bearers of the institute attended the programme.

Bangladesh Commerce Bank Managing Director and CEO Abdul Khaleque Khan and Padma Islami Life Insurance Managing Director Dr Chowdhury Mohammad Wasiuddin exchange documents after signing an agreement in the capital recently.

Janata Bank Deputy Managing Director Md Zikrul Haque speaks at a seminar on bank note on its staff college premises in the capital recently. About 41 customers of different branches of the bank took part in the seminar.


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