Standard Chartered Bank and Robi Axiata Limited (Robi) have recently launched a co-branded credit card to provide innovative services to enterprise business customers. An agreement signed in this regard between these companies also bolsters their ongoing collaboration on smart analytics, data science, and other areas of digital technologies.
Robi’s Managing Director and CEO, Mahtab Uddin Ahmed and Standard Chartered’s Chief Executive Officer, Naser Ezaz Bijoy recently signed the agreement on behalf of their respective organizations at the Robi Corporate Head office in Gulshan, Dhaka. Both these noted corporate leaders expressed their keen interest to jointly explore innovative digital solutions to serve their customers better.
Speaking on the occasion, Mahtab Uddin Ahmed, Managing Director and CEO, Robi Axiata Limited, said Our enterprise business customers are spreading their wings both home and abroad. This is rapidly changing their business and creating special needs that traditional product offers can’t satisfy.
As the leading digital company, we are proud of the tremendous progress we have made in harnessing the power of digital technologies to address these new demands from our enterprise customers. Having Standard Chartered as our partner makes this journey towards digital innovation all the more exciting and rewarding.”
Naser Ezaz Bijoy, CEO, Standard Chartered said, “Building a collaborative ecosystem that can create solutions, ideas, and business models for the future, at speed and at scale, will be key in serving our clients, whose needs are changing in rapid, unprecedented ways. We would like to thank Robi for our continued partnership, fostering innovation and collaboration that help better serve our clients.”
Robi’s Chief Enterprise Business Officer Md. Adil Hossain Noble, Vice President, Enterprise Business, Fahmidul Hasan, General Manager, Nafiz Ahmed Sayed, and Key Account Manager, Taskina Islam were present on the occasion. Standard Chartered’s Head of Retail Banking, Sabbir Ahmed, Head of Cards, Sohail Alim, and Head of Unsecured Products, Tawfique Imam were also present at the signing ceremony.