Islamic Bank Credit Reserve in Bd

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Submitted By Fahimmiki
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Course Name: Commercial Bank Management
Course Code: FIN 425

Submission page

- Submitted To –
Fahim Muntaha
Course instructor, school of business
ASA University Bangladesh (ASAUB)

- Submitted By –
KAMRUL HASAN CHOWDHURY
ID No: 081-12-0414 S.M.IBRAHIM
ID No: 081-12-0396 ISHRAT NAHAR ESHA ID No: 081-12-0408 MD.MAHAMUD SULTAN ID No: 081-12-418 ROKSANAQ HUQ TABARI ID No: 081-12-424 Section: FIN-3C
3rd Batch, (Summer Semester, 2011)
Date of Submission: 14th August, 2011
- Letter of Transmittal-
Date: 14th August, 20011
To
Fahim Muntaha
Course instructor
School of Business
ASA University Bangladesh (ASAUB)
Dear Sir,
Here is a report that we have prepared for our, FIN-425: Commercial Bank Management. The topic of the report is the “Reserve and Liquidity Management of Islami Bank Bangladesh Ltd.”. It was an interesting & outstanding research for us & we learned a lot about the reserve and liquidity policy provided by IBBL. We would like to thank you for allowing us to work on this topic and for your constant guidance and support.
We want to declare that, we took help from Internet website of the particular bank & advices from Cash Manager of IBBL. There might be fault in this report, please kindly consider us if there is any kind of mistake. I therefore, hope that you would kindly grant our report.
Thanking you, Name | Signature | Kamrul hasan joy | | S .m. Ibrahim | | Mahamud sultan | | Eshrat nahar Esha | | Roksana huq | |

-Acknowledgement-

At first we would like to thanks our Allah and our respectable course teacher Ms. Fahim Muntaha, for his kind consideration to prepare this kind of report. We tried our best to prepare this report. We are very much grateful to some persons who helped us in different steps in preparing this report. Special Thanks goes to Md. Azmal khan (emon), Customer…...

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