Bashundhara Group chairman visits Agrani Bank head office

Staff Correspondent

28 March, 2021 12:00 AM printer

Bashundhara Group chairman visits Agrani Bank head office

Bashundhara Group Chairman Ahmed Akbar Sobhan and Agrani Bank Managing Director Mohammad Shams-Ul Islam pose for a photograph at Bangabandhu Corner at the headquarters of the state-run bank in the capital on Saturday. — sun photo

Bashundhara Group Chairman Ahmed Akbar Sobhan visited the head office of Agrani Bank in Dilkusha Commercial Area of the capital on Saturday.

He met Agrani Bank Chairman Dr Zaid Bakht and Managing Director and CEO Mohammad Shams-ul Islam at the head office.

They exchanged views with each other and discussed issues relating to business interests during the visit.

Ahmed Akbar Sobhan acknowledged the bank’s financial assistance to various projects of Bashundhara Group.

The bank’s managing director assured the Bashundhara Group chairman of continued support to the country’s largest business conglomerate in the future.

At this stage, the Bashundhara Group chairman visited Bangabandhu Corner at the bank’s head office and appreciated the iconic effort for propagating political ideologies, sacrifice and life-sketch of Father of

the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.

Mohammad Shams-ul Islam took Bashundhara Group Chairman Ahmed Akbar Sobhan to the colossal mural of Bangabandhu painted on the wall of the office.

Ahmed Akbar Sobhan turned emotional at the sight of Bangabandhu’s mural and thanked the bank’s managing director for the initiative.

Managing Director and CEO Mohammad Shams-ul Islam gifted the Bashundhara Group chairman with a book titled “Gonomanusher Orthoniti and Bangabandhu” written by him.

He hoped that the bank’s relations with Bashundhara Group will be intensified in the days to come.

 

Bashundhara Group Chairman Ahmed Akbar Sobhan and Agrani Bank Chairman Dr Zaid Bakht and Managing Director Mohammad Shams-Ul Islam, among others, are seen at Bangabandhu Corner at the headquarters of the bank in the capital on Saturday. — sun photo

 


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