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BRAC Bank to provide digital payment services to Trust Axiata

  • Staff Correspondent
  • 5 November, 2021 12:00 AM
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BRAC Bank to provide digital payment services to Trust Axiata
BRAC Bank Managing Director and CEO Selim RF Hussain and Trust Axiata Digital Chief Executive Officer Dewan Nazmul Hasan exchange documents after signing an agreement in the capital on Wednesday.

BRAC Bank Limited and Trust Axiata Digital Limited have signed a partnership agreement to provide digital payment and settlement services.

‘TAP’ is a Mobile Financial Services (MFS) provider belonging to Trust Axiata Digital Limited, which is jointly venture of ‘Trust Bank Limited’ and ‘Axiata Digital Services’.

‘TAP’ aspires to revolutionise the customer lifestyle by bringing innovation to the sophisticated digital payment movement system in Bangladesh, said a press release.

Trust Axiata Digital Limited will use payments settlement services of BRAC Bank to facilitate transactions for its TAP wallet.

The integration between TAP and BRAC Bank will help the customers of both organisations enjoy smooth, reliable and secure transactions conveniently.

Selim RF Hussain, Managing Director and CEO, Md Sabbir Hossain, Deputy Managing Director and COO, Tareq Refat Ullah Khan, Deputy Managing Director and Head of Corporate Banking, Md Mahiul Islam, Head of Retail Banking, Ekram Kabir, Head of Communications, Rashedul Hasan Stalin, SVP and Head of Payments and Partnership, Jabedul Alam, EVP and Head of Transaction Banking, Abu Sadat Chowdhury, SVP and Head of Relationship Unit, Syed Niaz Ahmed, Senior Relationship Manager, Kingshuk Ganguly, Manager, Fatema Fahmida Hoque, Associate Manager of BRAC Bank were present at the signing ceremony on Wednesday.

Dewan Nazmul Hasan, Chief Executive Officer (Acting), Shah Jalal Uddin, Vice President Sales and Distribution, Mohammed Badar Uddin Sabery, General Manager, Corporate Finance and Ashikur Rahman Habibe Rabbi, Head of Corporate Affairs and Media relations from Trust Axiata Digital Limited were present at the signing ceremony.