Zarai Taraqiati Bank Limited
|Key people||Sultan Ali Chaudhry, Chairman|
|Products||Banking & Insurance products|
|Revenue||PKR 8.484 billion (as Dec.31st, 2008)|
|Total assets||PKR 8.484 billion (as Dec.31st, 2008)|
The Zarai Taraqiati Bank Limited (ZTBL) (formerly known as Agricultural Development Bank of Pakistan) is the largest public sector financial development institution in Pakistan. The bank serves around half a million clients annually and has over one million accumulated account holders and a wide network of 31 Zonal Offices, 9 Audit Zones and 373 branches in Pakistan.
Agricultural Development Finance Corporation was created in 1952 under a Central Act for the purpose of expanding financial facilities and promoting the development and modernization of agriculture in Pakistan. In 1957, the Agricultural Bank of Pakistan was established and advanced both short and long term loans. Both these institutions were merged as Agricultural Development Bank of Pakistan in February 1961. On December 14, 2002, the Federal Government converted the Agricultural Development Bank of Pakistan (ADBP) into Zarai Taraqiati Bank Ltd (ZTBL). The new corporate structure redefined the banks as a single public limited company with an independent Board of Directors.
Zarai Taraqiati Bank (ZTBL) was registered under the Companies Ordinance 1984, and all assets, liabilities and proceedings were transferred to and vested in Zari Taraqiati Bank with effect from December 14, 2002.
Products and services
- Supervised Agricultural Credit Scheme
- Deposits (Fixed, Saving, Current Accounts & Zarai Bachaat Scheme)
- Micro Credit Scheme
- Credit to Women Program
- One Window Operation
- Revolving Finance Scheme (RFS)/Sada Bahar Scheme (SBS)
- Crop Maximization Project
In April 2012, ZTBL continued to achieved a AAA credit rating by JCR-VIS
|2012||AAA/ A-1+||B+/ B||Stable|
- http://www.ztbl.com.pk/briefOnZTBL.htm ztbl brief
- Agriculture Technology of ZTBL
- Kissan Support Services (Pvt)Ltd
- Pakistan agri-community for better farming
- Association of Development Financing Institutions in Asia & Pacific