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Microcredit Regulatory Authority
Microcredit Regulatory Authority
The Microcredit Regulatory Authority (MRA) has been established by the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh under the "Microcredit Regulatory Authority Act 2006” to promote and foster sustainable development of microfinance sector through creating an enabling environment for NGO-MFIs in Bangladesh. MRA is the central body to monitor and supervise microfinance operations of NGO-MFIs. License from the Authority is mandatory to operate microfinance operations in Bangladesh as an NGO.
A Seminar on “Mobile Banking in Microfinance Operations”

MRA organized a seminar on Mobile Banking in Microfinance Operations at CIRDAP auditorium, Dhaka on 10th December, 2013. Dr. M Aslam Alam, Secretary, Bank and Financial Institutions Division, Ministry of Finance was the chief guest in the seminar while Mr. Abul Kashem Md. Shirin, DMD, Dutch-Bangla Bank Ltd. and Mr. Dasgupta Asim Kumar, Executive Director, Bangladesh Bank were present as special guests. The Seminar started with the welcome address by Mr. Khandakar Muzharul Haque, Executive Vice Chairman, MRA. Representatives from NGO-MFIs, networking agencies, Bangladesh Bank, Commercial and Specialized Banks, and Officials of MRA were present at the Seminar. Following presentations were given
in the seminar:


Presentation by Prajna Paramita Saha, Deputy Director, Bangladesh Bank

Presentation by Abul Kashem Md. Shirin Deputy Managing Director, DBBL

Presentation by SWOSTI, a sister concern of bdjobs.com


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