Business Development Conference-2013 of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited Sylhet Zone was held on Friday, June 07, 2013 at a local hotel. Mohammad Abdul Mannan, Managing Director of the Bank was present in the conference as chief guest. Md. Abdur Rahman Banarjee, Executive Vice President and Head of Bank’s Sylhet Zone, presided over the function. Presentations on ‘Key Performance Information, Best management practices of great companies, Qualities of leadership : IBBL Perspective’ were made respectively by Executive Vice President and Head of Financial Administration Division Mohammad Nesar Uddin, FCA, FCMA, Senior Vice President Md. Siddiqur Rahman and Vice President ASM Rezul Karim, Besides Md. Abdus Sadeque Bhuiyan, EVP and Head of Branches Control Division and Dr. Md. Kamal Uddin Jasim, Senior Vice President and Head of Business Promotion and Marketing Division spoke on the overall business performances of the Bank.
In his speech, Mohammad Abdul Mannan said that Islami Bank has been working since its inception for the welfare of all people. It has been providing services not merely for making profits rather for fulfilling the basic needs of the people. Economic emancipation and overall development of people irrespective of caste, colour, sect, religion and profession has always been the prime objectives of the Bank, he added.
He said Islami Bank is playing the key role in bringing hard-earned income of expatriate Bangladeshi’s to the country through banking channel. ‘Rural Development Scheme’ is an example of IBBL’s unique service for poverty alleviation. He said, in the light of Islamic distributive principle, Islami Bank gives importance on reducing rural-urban gap through deployment of its deposit in concerned localities.
The Bank is greatly contributing in expanding employment oriented, import-substitute and export oriented sectors. He appreciated the achievements of executives and officials in upholding the growth trend of the bank in recent times. He called upon all officials of the bank to work with team sprit professionalism for achieving the Bank’s yearly target of 2013.