Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Agrani Bank Limited

Agrani Bank Limited

Agrani Bank Limited, a leading commercial bank with 867 outlets strategically located in almost all the commercial areas throughout Bangladesh, overseas Exchange Houses and hundreds of overseas Correspondents, came into being as a Public Limited Company on May 17,2007 with a view to take over the business, assets, liabilities, rights and obligations of the Agrani Bank which emerged as a nationalized commercial bank in 1972 immediately after the emergence of Bangladesh as an independent state. Agrani Bank Limited started functioning as a going concern basis through a Vendors Agreement signed between the ministry of finance, Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh on behalf of the former Agrani Bank and the Board of Directors of Agrani Bank Limited on November 15,2007 with retrospective effect from 01 July,2007.


Agrani Bank Limited is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of 13(thirteen) members headed by a chairman. The Bank is headed by the Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer; Managing Director is assisted by Deputy Managing Directors and General Managers. The bank has 10 Circle offices, 30 Divisions in head office, 53 zonal offices and 868 branches including 27 corporate and 40 AD( authorized dealer) branches.
Core Business
  • Accounts & Deposits
  • Current Account
  • Call Deposits
  • Agrani Bank Shilpa Unnayan Bond
  • Cash Credit (Hypo)
  • Cash Credit (Pledge)
  • Secure Overdraft (SOD)
  • Temporary Overdraft (TOD)
  • Industrial Credit (IC)
  • Export Cash Credit
  • Trade Finance
  • Trade Finance
  • Import Finance
  • Loan Against Imported Merchandise (LIM)
  • Loan Against Trust Receipt (LTR)
  • Loan Against Export Development Fund (EDF)
  • Payment Against Documents (PAD)
  • Export Finance
  • Export Cash Credit
  • Pre-shipment Credit
  • Packing Credit
  • Foreign Bills Purchase (FBP)
SME Loan Products
  • Small & Medium Enterprises Financing
  • Micro Credit Programmes of Agrani Bank Limited
  • Daridro Bimochon Karmasuchi (DABIK)
  • Employment Generation Project for the rural poor (EGPRP)
  • Small Enterprises Development Project (SEDP)
  • Marginal Small Farm Systems Crop Intensification Project (MSFSCIP)
  • Special Micro-Credit Program (SMCP)
  • Loan for Disable Person
  • Women's Credit Program
  • Special Commercial Loan Program
  • Micro Enterprise Credit Program
  • Financing NGOs for on-lending to rural poor
  • Productive Employment Project (PEP)
  • Kurigram Poverty Alleviation Project (KPAP)
  • Micro Enterprise Loan Scheme
  • Special assistance project for cyclone affected rural households
Merchant Banking
  • Agrani Equity & Investment Limited
  • Issue Management
  • Underwriting
  • Portfolio Management
  • Investment Account

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