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NRBC Bank starts its journey at Parbatipur.

With state-of-the-art modern banking facilities NRB Commercial Bank Limited formally launched its Banking services at Natun Bazar, Parbatipur, Dinajpur. On 25th October 2020, Sunday, Honorable Chairman of Parliamentary Standing Committee of Primary and Mass Education and Member of National Parliament Dinajpur-6 Advocate Mustafizur Rahman Fizar inaugurated the Banking Services as Chie Guest through video conference. Honorable Chairman of NRBC Bank Mr. S M Parvez Tamal presided over the inaugural ceremony through video conference. Chairman of Parbatipur Upazial Parishad Mr. Hafizul Islam Pramanik, Mayor of Parbatipur Municipality Mr. A Z M Mihazul Haque attended the ceremony as Special Guest. The Managing Director & CEO of the Bank Mr. Md. Mukhter Hossain, Additional Managing Director Mr. Kazi Md. Talha joined the program through video conference from the Head Office. Advocate Mustafizur Rahman Fizar, MP hoped that NRBC Bank will cement its reputation as a business friendly Bank in the Banking industry with its transparent, effective services and latest technologies. He said NRBC Bank will continue to work for social and economic development of this area and stay with them in this journey toward progress and prosperity. The Bank’s Chairman said, since beginning NRBC Bank has been providing state of the art banking services to the customers. He said, NRBC Bank significant services are Land Registration fee and BRTA fee collection, cash transaction facility, remittance service, fund transfer, utility bill (Gas, Water, Electricity) collection, all kinds of card services, internet Banking. All of these services are available in the Mobile App ``PLANET’’, he added. Head of Pulhat Branch Manager Mr. Monibur Rahman, Incharge of Parbatipur Sub-branch Mr. Kamal Hossain distinguished clients, businessmen, local elites were present on the occasion. During the ceremony, a Munajat was held seeking divine blessings of Almighty for the welfare, progress and prosperity of the Bank