Bangladesh Institute Of Bank Management
The Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management (BIBM) is the premier institute in Bangladesh for acquiring and exercising banking knowledge. It is an educational, training and research institution in bank management supported and supervised by the Bangladesh Bank (central bank of Bangladesh) and almost all the leading banks and a few financial institutions of Bangladesh. Established as a national level training institute in the banking sector in 1974 under the Societies Act, 1860. BIBM caters primarily to the requirements of training of the mid and senior-level officers of banks and financial institutions. In collaboration with the National University, BIBM provides quality education leading to a Masters in Bank Management (MBM) degree for freshers and professionals; a demanding discipline in the banking-job market in Bangladesh. Besides, the institute conducts workshops, seminars, round table discussions and undertakes research on banking and allied fields regularly and provides consultancy services to banks and other organizations on request.
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