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Bring unbanked people under banking services: Salman

IFIC Bank inaugurates ‘Gonomanusher Banking Service Pack’


Published : 28 Jun 2022 07:21 PM | Updated : 28 Jun 2022 07:55 PM

A huge positive change in the banking sector of Bangladesh is possible if we can bring the people deprived of banking facilities under banking services, said  Advisor to the Prime Minister for Private Sector Industry and Investment Salman F. Rahman on Tuesday

Speaking at the launching ceremony of IFIC Gonomanusher Banking (Services for Mass People) , Salman also said " today IFIC Bank has been able to reach out to the mass people across the country through it's  Uposhaka; I would like to thank Bangladesh Bank and especially Fazle Kabir for this".. 

IFIC Bank Limited, one of the largest banking institutions in Bangladesh, has launched the mass-friendly banking service pack to ensure inclusive banking services across the country.  Governor of Bangladesh Bank Fazle Kabir was present as the chief guest at the inaugural ceremony of IFIC Gonomanusher Banking (Services for Mass People) at Hotel Purbani International in Dilkusha, Dhaka while the program was presided over by Salman F Rahman, Chairman, IFIC Bank Ltd. and 

Members of the Board of Directors and Shah A. Sarwar, Managing Director and CEO of IFIC Bank Ltd. were also present at the event.

The service pack of IFIC Gonomanusher Banking (services for mass people) includes 'IFIC Shohoj Account', 'IFIC Shohoj Rin', 'IFIC Aamar Shubornogram', 'IFIC Aamar Account', 'IFIC Aamar Bari', 'IFIC One-Stop Service', 'IFIC Aamar Protibeshi’, `Direct Transaction with Mobile Financial Services', '24 Hour Customer Service Center' and 'Free withdrawal facility from any ATM booth of any bank with IFIC Debit Card'. 

Speaking as the chief guest on the occasion, Governor Fazle Kabir said that the names of the services brought by IFIC Bank for the needs of the mass people are as beautiful as the features of these services which are really innovative and useful. 

There is no doubt that the convenience of opening an account for only 10 taka will bring the masses under the banking service.