Depository Institutions: Commercial Banking Industry of Bangladesh

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A REPORT ON
DEPOSITORY INSTITUTIONS: COMMERCIAL BANKING INDUSTRY OF BANGLADESH

Date of submission: 24th August 2015

Submitted to
Farzana Lalarukh
Associate Professor
Department of Finance
University of Dhaka

Submitted by
SL Name BBA ID Remarks
1 Sifat sadia 17-003
2 Barna Paul 17-047
3 Maghla Hossain 17-061
4 Saima Sultana 17-069
5 Nawsina Arif 17-085

Department of Finance
University of Dhaka

Date of Submission: 24th August, 2015
Department of Finance
University of Dhaka

Letter of Transmittal
August 24, 2015
Farzana Lalarukh
Associate Professor
Department of Finance
University of Dhaka

Subject: Submission of Report on depository institutions: banking industry of Bangladesh.

Dear Madam,

It gives us enormous pleasure to submit the report on Depository institutions of Bangladesh as per the Advisor’s instruction. We expect this report to be informative as well as comprehensive as per requirement. Working with such a topic was an inspiring experience for us. We believe that the knowledge and the experience we gathered will facilitate us a lot in our future career life.
With our limited knowledge, we have tried our level best to prepare the report worthwhile.

Your acceptance and appreciation would surely inspire us. For any further explanations about the report, we will be gladly available to clarify the ins and outs.

Sincerely,

Sifat Sadia
Roll no. 17-003
On behalf of Group
Department of Finance
University of Dhaka
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Preparing a report on depository institution of Bangladesh is a rewarding task that requires both mental stamina and attention to detail. The varied nature of the matters dealt with has entitled references too many sources, starting from books to class lecture and to all of these we gladly acknowledge our ineptness for the ideas…...

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