The case for giving up riba
Looking at the interest rate cap from a policy and regulation perspective
Above all, it is imperative that the Bangladesh banking sector remains in good health
There is still much to be done to achieve a fully digitized financial service system in Bangladesh
Are the banks strong enough to withstand the effects of the coronavirus
Banks need a clearer sense of the posture they wish to adopt
We are now beginning to witness the effects of having an unfavourable business climate
Digitalizing our banking sector should go a long way to help with its struggles
For too long, integral services such as banking have remained entirely centralized
Aims to bring unbanked, underprivileged people under banking network
The number of outlets increased by 75.50% to 9,391, up from 5351 a year earlier
It is a matter of some concern that the amount of non-performing loans has continued to rise
Stricter actions must be taken against willful loan defaulters
Key features include: New VAT act, money whitening facility, wealth tax, incentives for capital...
Is the story of prosperity only fiction?
What our policy-makers can learn from India
This culture of corruption and subsequent bad loans must be taken seriously
Former BB Governor Salehuddin Ahmed, however, said the pledge made about interest reduction was not implementable...
Some of the ideas proposed by the committee could greatly benefit the industry
The committees have been tasked with making specific recommendations to reduce default loans
173 bank branches highly risky, 647 branches risky
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