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Shahjahan joines as DMD of BHBFC

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Business Desk :
Mohammed Shahjahan joined Bangladesh House Building Finance Corporation as Deputy Managing Director (DMD) recently.
Prior, Mohammed Shahjahan was the General Manager of ICB. He started career as an officer with ICB in 1987. He worked in ICB in different capacities at different times. He performed ICT & Depository, Branch and Subsidiary Affaires, Fund Management, Loan Recovery and Inspection, Mutual funds, Transaction, Central Accounts, Establishment, Trustee, Credit Portfolio Management Division and ICB Branch Offices in Chittagong Branch and Rajshahi Branch.

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