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Pubali Bank holds its second conference 2020

Pubali Bank Limited’s Virtual Conference of Regional and Corporate Branch Managers-2020 was held recently.

The global outbreak of the corona virus has led to a health crisis and adverse effects on the economy. M. Azizul Huq, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Pubali Bank Ltd. was the Chief Guest at the virtual conference with the participation of all Regional Managers, Corporate Branch Managers and Division Heads and Executives to keep the banking system smooth and dynamic during and after the current crisis.

Directors of the Board of Directors Monzurur Rahman, M. Kabiruzzaman Yaqub FCMA (UK), CGMA, Musa Ahmed and Asif A. Choudhury were present as Special Guests in the inaugural session of the Virtual Conference.

Md. Abdul Halim Chowdhury, Managing Director and CEO of the bank presided over the Conference. Safiul Alam Khan Chowdhury, Additional Managing Director and Mohammad Ali, Additional Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer were present at the Virtual Conference.

In his speech Chief Guest Chairman M. Azizul Huq instructed to conduct banking in the current situation by following the rules and regulations of Bangladesh Bank and the regulatory body. He called upon the people to pay special attention to ensure that there is no deviation from the banking  policy.

In his speech, Managing Director Md. Abdul Halim Chowdhury stressed on the need for the banking sector to revive economic activities in the wake of the global epidemic caused by the coronavirus. He thanked the skilled and experienced human resources of Pubali Bank for working with risk in the midst of the Corona crisis and hoped that all would work together to deal with the situation with honesty, dedication and efficiency.

Additional Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer Mohammad Ali highlighted business acquisition and analysis at the conference and what needs to be done to address the Corona Crisis.

At the meeting, necessary strategies and plans were framed to achieve the target fixed for the year 2020.

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