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  • Practice of carrying cash declining: experts

    The practice of carrying cash is gradually declining in Bangladesh as people are getting to understand the financial benefits of digital payment systems like debit and credit cards, said experts and policymakers yesterday.

  • Singapore keen to invest in financial sector

    A high-powered business delegation from Singapore yesterday showed keen interest to invest in the banking and financial sector as it offers immense growth potential.

  • Banks get battered

    The heavyweight banking sector lost Tk 19,740 crore or 26.60 percent of its market capitalisation since the turn of the year in what can be viewed as a worrying development for the Dhaka Stock Exchange.

  • Bangladesh: a best-kept secret

    Standard Chartered Bank will do more for Bangladesh by way of continuing to promote the country abroad, attract foreign investors and connect local companies with global opportunities, said a senior executive of the global lender.

  • Bitopi takes on expanded role at StanChart

    Standard Chartered Bangladesh has recently announced that its head for corporate affairs, Bitopi Das Chowdhury, would also be leading

  • Dhaka Bank celebrates 23rd anniversary

    Dhaka Bank recently observed its 23 years' journey through donations at the bank's head office in Dhaka.

  • Mutual funds trading below face value

    Most of the mutual funds have been trading at lower than their face value for several years now as poor performance and mismanagement by fund managers spoiled investors' appetite.

  • Bangladesh Bank

    BB heist: CID submits forensic report to Philippines court

    The heist of $81 million from Bangladesh Bank’s account with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in 2016 was conducted by hacking into the central bank’s systems, according to a forensic report submitted to a Philippines court.

  • World is grateful

    World Bank President Jim Yong Kim yesterday praised the people of Bangladesh for providing shelter to the Rohingya refugees.

  • WB gives $715m for primary education, statistics

    Bangladesh will receive $715 million as concessional loan from World Bank (WB) to improve its primary education and produce quality statistics timely.