Dhaka, Bangladesh
SIBL launches agri-investment policy for ethnic-group people

SIBL launches agri-investment policy for ethnic-group people

News Report Shahjalal Islami Bank Ltd (SIBL) launched an agriculture investment programme with only four percent profit rate for the people of ethnic-group people to cultivate pulses, oilseeds, spices and maize. The bank has undertaken the programme at the instructions of the Prime Minister and Bangladesh Bank's agriculture and rural credit policy. The Bank inaugurated the investment policy for the ethnic-group people of Tangail and Mymensingh districts for the fiscal year of 2019-20 through a ceremony on Monday. Managing Director and CEO of the Bank M. Shahidul Islam handed over cheques among the ethnic-group people as chief guest. Deputy Managing Director of the Bank Md. Shahjahan Shiraj presided over the ceremony. Among others, Additional Managing Directors of the Bank Abdul Aziz and S. M. Mainuddin Chowdhury, Deputy Managing Director Mian Quamrul Hasan Chowdhury, Head of Public Relations Division and Bank Foundation Shamsuddoha, Company Secretary Md. Abul Bashar, Chief Financial Officer Md. Jafar Sadeq, FCA and Head of SME and Agri Investment Division Md. Abdur Rahim were also present in the meeting. Rupali Nokrek, Lily Mang Sang and Daniyel Kubi, the clients of Tangail branch of the bank, Luies Tushar Chisim and Harun Dioya, the clients of Haluyaghat branch, received the cheques from the chief guest in the ceremony.

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