Department of Finance Seminar on “Fund Management of Banks: Learn from the expert”

With a motto of “Learn from the expert: Be corporate ready” the department of Finance arranged a series of classroom seminars one such was held on 19 November 2017, in room 1115 for students of Bank Fund Management. The resource person of the seminar was Sadiquzzaman Khan, Head of Treasury of Bank Alfalah.

The speaker discussed on issues related to Banking regulations, Banking requirements and risk adjustment. He portrayed the students on how fund management is done in banks by both top line and bottom line employees. He provided relevant examples regarding adjusting bank activities according to reserve requirement, Basel accord and other such parameters. The session was an interactive one where the speaker continuously motivated students to interact and put forth their view point. At the end of the session the students asked questions regarding various banking issues.

The session concluded with giving a vote of thanks to Mr. Sadiquzzman for his invaluable time to our students to make them have an edge over others in the corporate world. At the end of the seminar, Mr. Taseen Chowdhury, Coordinator of the Department of Finance, concluded the session encouraging the effectiveness of such seminar He also handed over a certificate of appreciation to the resource speaker. Mrs. Bohi Shajahan, a faculty of the Department of Finance, organized and coordinated the event.

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Department of Finance Seminar on “Islamic Microfinance and Financial Development”

With a motto of “Learn from the expert: Be corporate ready” the department of Finance arranged a series of classroom seminars one such was held on 3 December 2017, in room 1110 for students of Islamic Finance and Banking. The resource person of the seminar was Dr. Mizanur Rahman, Senior Vice President & Director(Research), Islami Bank Training and Research Academy

The speaker brought forward his experience to the students to enlighten them on issues of Islamic microfinance. He not only explained the practical implication of the concept but also emphasized on the aspect of how Islamic microfinance is a primary aspect of financial development. The students were pleased to get ideas from such a resource speaker.

 

The session concluded with giving a vote of thanks to the speaker for his invaluable time to our students by sharing his practical experience. At the end of the seminar, Ms Farheen Hassan, Director BBA program, Faculty of Business Administration, concluded the session encouraging the effectiveness of such seminar by handing over a token of appreciation. Mr. M. Taseen Chowdhury also presented a certificate of appreciation to the resource speaker. Mrs. Bohi Shajahan, a faculty of the Department of Finance, organized and coordinated the event.

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