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BIBM’s Annual Banking Conference 2017 ends


The two-day Annual Banking Conference 2017, organized by the Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management (BIBM) at the institute’s premises in Dhaka, concluded on Monday.
On the First day, Bangladesh Bank Governor Fazle Kabir was present as the chief guests at inaugural session of the conference, while BIBM Director General (DG) Toufic Ahmad Choudhury presented inaugural key note. Professor Dr. Shah Md. Ahsan Habib, Director (Training); BIBM delivered welcome speech.  Deputy Governor Abu Hena Mohd. Razee Hassan, Shitangshu Kumar Sur Chowdhury,S. M. Moniruzzaman were present in different session.
Governor Said, banking sector in Bangladesh has grown many folds since independence in 1971, accompanied by steady and inclusive growth. The sector has undergone successive rounds of major structural and regulatory reforms, supporting the emergence of a vibrant private sector. BB has steered this transformation by promoting market-based principles and macro-financial stability.
My colleagues of the banking industry and academics, you all know that banking is not limited within the boundary of a country. Most often, we are to transact across the border. Besides, banking industry of a country is very responsive to the socio-political-economic situation of other countries he added.

He also added, in this environment, ensuring financial stability is the common goal of every country. Sharing of knowledge and experience of others will certainly help us a lot in this regard.
A total of 20 research papers were presented in four sessions in two-days Annual Banking Conference. Organized by the BIBM in association with the United Nations Capital Development Fund, QCash, Enroute and Aamra Networks, the event brought together banking experts, academics and researchers from both home and abroad.
The Dhaka Tribune, Channel 24, and the daily Bonik Barta were media partners for the event.

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Tuesday 28th November 2017