Position : Officer (Ex Cadre-Publication) of Bangladesh Bank Number of total post : 5 Salary scale : Under National Pay Scale 2015, BDT 16,000-38,640 Age as on 27/11/2019 : a. 30 years maximum b. 32 Years maximum in case of son/daughter of freedom fighter or Handicapped Person Educational requirement : Masters degree/ Four year honors degree in Mass
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Position : Assistant Director (General Side) of Bangladesh Bank Number of total post : 188 Salary scale : Under National Pay Scale 2015, BDT 22,000-53,060 Age as on 01/12/2019 : a. 30 years maximum b. 32 Years maximum in case of son/daughter of freedom fighter or Handicapped Person Educational requirement : Four year Honors/Masters degree from any Govt.
The New York-based rating agency published a report on November 21,2019 stating that, they have downgraded five Bangladeshi banks and affirmed the rating of three other banks. Moody’s downgraded the Baseline Credit Assessment (BCAs) rating of Al-Arafah Islami Bank Ltd., Dutch-Bangla Bank Ltd., Eastern bank Ltd., Mercantile Bank Ltd. and Social Islami bank Ltd. At the same time, after considering the strength of the bank in the small and medium enterprise (SME) segment,Moody’s has affirmed BRAC’s BCA and ratings, which also makes it less
The concept of passive income is not new. But most of the people in Bangladesh know only a little about this. However, many of us already using this strategy without even knowing the concept. Let’s discuss about this strategy and how to implement this to earn more. Isn’t it great if you can earn money
Credit card becomes a buzzword toward building a cashless economy. This is a plastic card that uses electronic technologies and is offered by the banks and NBFIs to lend money to individuals. It provides a convenient way to make purchases using borrowed funds from banks. The most important feature of credit is that you need
In a recent circular (FE Circular Letter No. 30, on 24 November 2019) Bangladesh Bank waived the OATF( Online Authorization Transaction Form) formalities for international credit cards. Rather, the central bank advised the banks to maintain, “necessary arrangements to guard against illegitimate online payments abroad” by international credit cards from Bangladesh. Furthermore, it instructed the