Green Banking in Bangladesh

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Now, more than ever the world needs growth. By the helping to meet the needs of growing populations, banks have a fundamental role Ii strengthening economies. Supporting million of individuals to achieve their goals, partnering with small and medium enterprises, helping to drive trade and growth, enabling businesses to expand and create jobs- without banks the world would literally stand still. What is important to you? what are you looking for when you graduate? The Banking & Finance sector is complex, yet interesting. It`s confusing, yet highly stimulating. The landscape is constantly changing. Second by second, minute by minute, market fluctuate, new technologies emerge and customer expectations evolve. Does complexity, innovation and pace stimulate you. We believe a bank can be a force for good. We’re well placed to take advantage of the economic shift from west to East. If you want experience in the most exciting growth markets, if you want to explore an industry that is evolving at an epic pace arid most importantly, if you want to help shape the next decade of banking, then connect with us to explore the opportunities. what good could you do? It’s up to you.

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