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Orientation program for probationary officers
Orientation program for probationary officers
Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited organized an orientation program for 140 newly recruited probationary officers at Mohammad Younus Auditorium of Islami Bank Tower on 12 May 2014 on the occasion of their joining in the Bank. Prof. Abu Nasser Muhammad Abduz Zaher, Chairman of the Bank was present in the program as chief guest. Presided over by Mohammad Abdul Mannan, Managing Director of the Bank, the function was addressed by Engr. Mustafa Anwar, Vice Chairman and Engr. Md. Eskandar Ali Khan, Chairman, Executive Committee of the Bank as special guests. Mohd. Shamsul Haq, Muhammad Abul Bashar, Md. Habibur Rahman Bhuiyan, FCA, AKM Abdul Malek Chowdhury, Md. Mahbub-ul-Alam, Rafi Ahmed Begh and Nurul Islam Khalifa along with other high executives of the Bank were present in the program.

Prof. Abu Nasser Muhammad Abduz Zaher as chief guest said, Islami Bank is engaged in wellbeing of people of the country since its inception. The Bank has been working in fulfilling the basic needs of the country along with providing healthcare service and expanding education. He said the Bank is playing pioneering role in developing agriculture, garment industries, steel and re-rolling, transportation, real estate, micro and macro industries in the country. The Bank is creating new entrepreneurs through diversified investment in priority sectors. IBBL has become the leading bank in the country by uninterrupted love of the people. He urged the newly appointed officials of the Bank to conduct the banking activities with professional knowledge, discipline and expertise.

Mohammad Abdul Mannan said, Islami Bank is working for upgrading the living standard of the people by practicing welfare policy. The Bank has turned into a model bank not only in the South Asia but also in the world for its transparency, accountability, good governance, corporate culture, financial inclusion, superior business policy, and nursing human values in banking practices. He said, Islami Bank remains safe amid the world economic recession.

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