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BRAC Bank recognized for 5 years in a row in corporate governance

29 January 2022
BRAC Bank recognized for 5 years in a row in corporate governance

Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi handing over the award to BRAC Bank\'s Financial Controller Mohammad Abdul Ohab Miah at Hotel Le Meridien recently.


Business Desk :
BRAC Bank's corporate governance profile has reached a new height as the bank has made a record in winning the prestigious ICMAB recognition for five years in a row.  
The Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Bangladesh (ICMAB) has awarded 'Gold Award' in "ICMAB Best Corporate Award 2020" to BRAC Bank. The Gold Award in the highest ranking award in the private commercial bank category.
 Earlier, BRAC Bank got the first position in the private commercial bank category in 2016, 2017, 2019 and the second position in 2018.   
The ICMAB Award is conferred to the organizations in recognition of best corporate governance practices. BRAC Bank's superior performance indicators in the banking sector are reflected in the highest market capitalization and the highest international investor shareholding in the local banking sector and the highest credit rating.
As a member of Global Alliance for Banking on Values (GABV), the bank drives on values-based banking and sustainability initiatives.  
Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi formally handed over the award to BRAC Bank's Financial Controller Mohammad Abdul Ohab Miah at Hotel Le Meridien recently. Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC) Chairman Professor Shibli Rubayat-Ul-Islam and ICMAB President Abu Bakar Siddique were present.
 On winning the award, BRAC Bank's Managing Director & CEO Selim R F Hussain said: "At BRAC Bank, good governance, compliance, ethics and transparency are the cornerstone of our business model. This recognition from ICMAB for five consecutive years reflects strong bearing of our corporate governance culture, transparency, ethics and compliance."
 "The award will inspire us to attain an even greater excellence in corporate governance and adopting international accounting standard. The award will be a stepping stone towards becoming the 'best bank' in the country. We gratefully recognize the bank's valued customers and stakeholders for their unwavering trust on BRAC Bank which has helped us to achieve such recognition", he added.

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