|Public Limited Company|
|Headquarters||Dilkusha C/A, Dhaka, Bangladesh|
|Bangladesh & Overseas|
|Monjur Hossain (Chairman)
Mr. M. Farid Uddin (Managing Director)
Number of employees
Rupali Bank (Bengali: রূপালী ব্যাংক) is a commercial bank in Bangladesh. Rupali Bank Ltd. was constituted with the merger of 3 (three) erstwhile commercial banks i.e. Muslim Commercial Bank Ltd., Australasia Bank Ltd. and Standard Bank Ltd. operated in the then Pakistan on March 26, 1972 under the Bangladesh Banks (Nationalization) Order 1972 (P.O. No. 26 of 1972), with all their assets, benefits, rights, powers, authorities, privileges, liabilities, borrowings and obligations. Rupali Bank worked as a nationalized commercial bank till December13, 1986.
Rupali Bank Ltd. emerged as the largest Public Limited Banking Company of the country on December 14, 1986.
Present Capital Structure
Authorized Capital : Tk. 7000 million (US$ 120.70 million) Paid up Capital : Tk. 1250 million (US$ 21.55 million)
Break up of paid up Capital
Government shareholding : 93.11% Private shareholding : 06.89 %
Total Number of share (Each lot 10) : 1,25,00,000 Share Demated by shareholders as on 31.03.2010 : 749306
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Number of Branches
Rupali Bank operates through 543 branches. It is linked to its foreign correspondents all over the world.
Number of Zones and Corporate Offices
The Corporate Head Office of the Bank is located at Dhaka with one local office (Main Branch), four corporate branches at Dhaka, one in Chittagong and twenty-five zonal offices all over the country.
Number of Employees
The total number of employees is approx 6,500
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is composed of eight members headed by a Chairman and directors who are representatives of both public and private sectors and shareholders.
The Bank is headed by the Managing Director (Chief executive) who is a reputed professional Banker.
Core business of bank
Rupali Bank Limited operates the following services :
- General Banking
- Corporate Banking
- Project Finance
- SME Finance
- International Trade
- Trade Finance
- Foreign Exchange Dealing
- Rural and Micro credit
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