StanChart Bank highlights Bangladesh’s investment potentials in Mumbai
Standard Chartered Bank as part of its continuous effort to introduce the emerging markets to its global footprints, hosted a seminar on “Financing and Investment Opportunities in Bangladesh” on June 20 at hotel Taj Mahal Palace in Mumbai. The purpose was to showcase Bangladesh economy and its investment potentials to Indian commercial banks and other International Institutional investors, development and financial Institutions.
The session was inaugurated by Charles Corbett, regional head, Capital Markets, South Asia, Standard Chartered Bank.
The keynote address was made by T.C.A. Ranganathan, chairman and managing director, Exim Bank of India. Various aspects of Bangladesh economy were presented by David Rasquinha, executive director, Exim Bank of India and Samiran Chakraborty, head of Research, India, Standard Chartered Bank.
Top officials of the leading corporate houses from Bangladesh were present in the seminar. The prospective investors who participated in the event were multilaterals, public sector banks, private banks and various foreign banks.
The seminar consisted of two panels. The first panel discussion on the topic of “Regulatory Framework for Promoting the Investment Climate in Bangladesh” was coordinated by Alamgir Morshed, head of Global Markets, Bangladesh, Standard Chartered Bank.
The second panel discussion was held on “Roadmap for Accessing International Financial Markets by Bangladeshi Corporates” and was coordinated by Nirukt Sapru, head, OCC Growth Markets, SEA and South Asia, Standard Chartered Bank.
The Daily Independent/Bangladesh/ 16th July 2012