June 19, 2021


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Kazi Sanaul Haque is the new chairman of Rupali Bank

The government has appointed Kazi Sanaul Haque as the chairman of Rupali Bank. The experienced banker has been appointed as the chairman of the state-owned Rupali Bank in recognition of his strong performance as the chief executive of three successive state-owned banks. On Sunday, a letter from the Financial Institutions Division of the Finance Ministry was sent to the Managing Director of Rupali Bank.

Earlier, Sanaul Haque was the managing director of Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSEC). Prior to that, he was the MD of Investment Corporation of Bangladesh (ICB), Karmasangsthan Bank and Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank and Managing Director (Overseas) of Agrani Bank.

Sanaul Haque also held important positions in various financial institutions in his diverse career. He has served as the Deputy Managing Director of Agrani Bank. He also has experience as General Manager of Bangladesh Development Bank (BDBL) and Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank (Rakab). Sanaul Haque has a good reputation in the banking sector as an honest and efficient banker. Sanaul Haque’s role in turning the ICB into a strong institution is quite commendable.

While at the ICB headquarters, he served as Secretary to the Board of Directors and Deputy General Manager of the Implementation and Debt Recovery Division. He also held various important posts in the Personnel Department, Audit Department, Investors Department, Economic and Research Department, Central Accounts Department, Local Office, Dhaka, Rajshahi and Khulna branches of the head office. Kazi Sanaul Haque was also the CEO of ICB Securities Trading Company Limited. Born in Nilphamari district, the talented banker’s father was a former sub-divisional judge

In cases where bail has already expired or the accused has surrendered to the lower court by the high court, the bail or surrender order has been extended for another four weeks. In other cases, the interim order has been extended by four weeks.

In this regard, the Registrar General of the Supreme Court on the instructions of the Chief Justice. The new directive, signed by Ali Akbar, was issued on Sunday.

The Supreme Court had earlier on April 4 and 16 and May 2 extended the bail or surrender order in the wake of rising coronavirus infections. Following this, new instructions were issued.