Finance and Banking
This paper will discuss some of the challenges confronting the banking industry of Bangladesh, particularly focusing on the state owned commercial banks (SCBs) in view of the Hall Mark case. Hence the major objective of the paper is to examine how far the exposed performance indicators of the SCBs are credible and whether the SCBs have been able to meet the emerging domestic and global demand in terms of better services and newer products. The paper also makes a number of recommendations for a healthy banking sector and to prepare for the emerging challenges.
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