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Mastercard partners with NCC Bank

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Golam Hafiz Ahmed, Managing Director of NCC Bank and Syed Mohammad Kamal, Country Manager of Mastercard Bangladesh, sign an agreement to be a principal member of the payment system at the bank's head office recently.

Business Desk :
Mastercard and NCC Bank have entered a partnership in an endeavor to offer customers maximum utility from card products and services. This partnership makes NCC Bank a Principal Member of Mastercard.
The ceremony to commemorate the partnership was held at NCC Bank's corporate head office.
Golam Hafiz Ahmed, Managing Director and Mosleh Uddin Ahmed, Additional Managing Director of NCC Bank and Syed Mohammad Kamal, Country Manager & Gitanka D Datta, Director of Mastercard Bangladesh, among other high officials of both organizations were present at the ceremony.
Golam Hafiz Ahmed, Managing Director & CEO, NCC Bank said, "We are extremely happy to become a Principal Member of Mastercard. It will allow us to serve our customers with top-of-the-line products and services, and offer them the maximum utility out of their cards."
Syed Mohammad Kamal, Country Manager, Mastercard Bangladesh said, "We are delighted to partner with NCC Bank. Our focus has always been to offer a wide range of choice for cards to Mastercard cardholders and believe that this partnership will go a long way in diversifying our product portfolio."

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