Any loan must give priority to businesses

In order to prevail in any kind of loan to businessmen urged Bangladesh Bank Deputy Governor Sitangshu Kumar (SK) Sur Chowdhury.

Loan syndication workshop in the city’s Mirpur area on Thursday urged banks. Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management (BIBM) was the chief guest at the workshop organized by SK Sur Chowdhury.

He said the banking sector is now more powerful than ever. It is natural that a couple of ghatabe accident. The project is now in the country. Syndication loan financing these projects can reduce the risk.

The company conducted a study presented at the beginning of the workshop BIBM Professor Helal Ahmed Chowdhury. He said the implementation of a single investment in any bank or financial institution is the joint financing or loan syndication. The project is easy, but the challenge is financing 7.

Quoting a study conducted by a professor at the BIBM, banks and financial institutions 528 crore 73 lakh 76 thousand 398 projects has disbursed loan syndication. From June 1995 to 016 clothing, textile, spinning, total 1 energy sector was disbursed at all.

7 include significant challenges to the political unrest in the paper, of the crisis, dependence on foreign machinery, marketing failure, changes in the policy guidelines, the economic crisis, the project should be finished in time, the host committee, conflicts, punahparisodhe banks to increase loan interest, cash financial crisis, market instability, lack of utility connections, shortage of time, BEPZA land transfer delays, the sponsor of knowledge about the shortage, wrong investment projects, and the electric energy crisis, gas crisis, loans, etc., without scrutiny.

For these reasons, increasing the risk of loan syndication Helal Ahmed Chowdhury said.

The workshop was attended by, among others, IDLC Managing Director (MD) and a former commissioner of the BSEC Arif Khan, Managing Director of NCC Bank Golam Hafiz Ahmed, Managing Director of leading Shams-ul-Islam, Deputy Managing Director of Prime Bank Touhidul Alam Khan.