Our existing regulatory framework is barely functional at best, and this is constantly voiced by countless frustrated local and foreign companies
A look into how digital transformation can help banks in technological aspect.
Ever since the investment community started to talk about a rising Bangladesh and the potential the economy offers due to increased consumer spending, we get to host many international investors. Now that things are going a little topsy-turvy, the question is again surfacing: What may happen to the economy?
When I joined a global bank in the mid-eighties, we were given the understanding that a young person joins an organisation for brand value or monetary benefits, but the person leaves the organisation either with the boss or for the boss.
In an era defined by complex financial markets and ever-evolving investment opportunities, wealth management has emerged as a crucial discipline for individuals and families looking to secure their financial future.
When we think of branding, it is often that a company, business, or institution comes into our mind. However, another especially important aspect that we often do not talk much about is personal branding. Just think of Lionel Messi. Do you only know him as a player in the Argentine football team? I do not think so. For too many, he is regarded as the best footballer in the world. He is a brand all by himself.
In the journey towards professional growth and personal fulfilment, finding the perfect workplace plays a pivotal role. An extraordinary workplace goes beyond the conventional norms, nurturing an environment of productivity, positivity, and progress.
In recent times, we have observed a notable trend in Bangladesh’s professional landscape: an increasing exodus of skilled individuals seeking opportunities abroad, be it higher studies or better careers. Despite facing multiple hardships across living and professional development, this phenomenon is growing. One can easily ask: what are the intricate factors underpinning this migration?