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02:04 PM, July 06, 2020 / LAST MODIFIED: 02:15 PM, July 06, 2020

Dhaka Bank observes 25th anniversary

Dhaka Bank Limited has observed its 25th anniversary in a modest manner considering the current ongoing pandemic situation in Bangladesh. In this signature occasion of the Bank, a doamahfil was arranged by maintaining social distance and safe hygiene rules at proposed head office inDhaka's Gulshan. Dhaka Bank Gulshan Corporate Branch was also inaugurated during the occasion, according to a press release.

Reshadur Rahman, Chairman, Dhaka Bank Limited; Mirza Abbas Uddin Ahmed, Founder; Former Chairman A T M Hayatuzzaman Khan; Directors MessrsAltaf Hossain Sarker, Md. Amirullah, Abdullah Al Ahsan, Mirza Yasser Abbas were present at the programme. Abdul Hai Sarker, Founder Chairman and Director; Tahidul Hossain Chowdhury, Vice-Chairman; Directors MessrsJashim Uddin, Mohammed Hanif; Independent Director Messrs Md. Muzibur Rahman and A. S. Salahuddin Ahmed also participated through online platform. Apart from them, Former Directors Khandaker Mohammad Shahjahan;EmranulHuq, Managing Director & CEO of the Bank with minimum number of employees were also present at the programme.

Reshadur Rahman, Chairman of the Bank, in his speech conveyed homage to the Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh MujiburRahman. He also discussed on different issues of Bangladesh economy and the bank.

After the programme, EmranulHuq, Managing Director & CEO, Dhaka Bank Limited delivered speech towards customers, shareholders and well-wishers of the bank through social media. The speech is available at Dhaka Bank Facebook page (facebook.com/dhakabank/) and website.

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