Bangladesh Development Bank Limited (BDBL), a state-run commercial bank, on Monday provided Tk 100 million (10 crore) to the government exchequer as dividend for the last fiscal.
BDBL Chairman Yasin Ali handed over a cheque for Tk 10 crore to Finance Minister Abul Maal Abdul Muhith at his secretariat office. Bank and Financial Institutions Division (BFID) Secretary M Aslam Alam, BDBL managing Director Dr Zillur Rahman, Director Shahabuddin Ahmed, Ekhlasur Rahman, Mustak Ahmed, Abu Hanif Khan, Deputy Managing Director Mohammad Jalal Uddin and wahiduzzaman khandoker were present in the meeting.
During the meeting, the BDBL chairman said although some branches of the bank are currently making profit, the BDBL has been facing problem for lack of efficient workforce.
Yasin Ali said, "To emerge as the country prime Financial Instituion for supporting private sector industrial and other project of great singficance to the country's economic development."