The ‘1st Managers Conference-2016’ participated by all Managers of Khulna Region of Pubali Bank Limited was held at a local hotel in Khulna recently to motivate them to increase Bank’s business by rendering better services. Md. Abdul Halim Chowdhury, Managing Director of Pubali Bank Ltd. graced the conference as Chief Guest. Mohammad Ali, Deputy Managing Director & Chief Technical Officer of Pubali Bank Ltd. was present as Special Guest. RM of Khulna region Deputy General Manager Naresh Chandra Basak presided over the conference.
In his speech Md. Abdul Halim Chowdhury emphasized on expansion of foreign remittance business through better customer & modern banking service. He also advised all to work hard, look for new business avenues and adopt diversification and to take concerted efforts for achieving the target fixed for the year 2016. He emphasized on expansion of the business at a very competitive price. In the conference Managers, Regional Managers & High Officials of the Bank exchange their view with Board of Directors, which will produce positive result on Bank business.Managing Director Md. Abdul Halim Chowdhury stressed on selection of potential borrower and try to enhance bank business. He emphasised on recovery of overdue, classified and write off loan on priority basis. He advised Regional head and Branch managers to keep close vigilence so that newly disbursed loans may not become overdue or classified by intensive supervision and close monitoring of the loan.
In his speech Deputy Managing Director Mohammad Ali advised all to work hard to increase remittance rendering best customer services. He underscored the need for increased utilization of the modern Information Techninlogy for qualitative improvement in the overall customer service of PBL as the bank has to operate in a highly competitive Banking sector. He impressed upon the officials to increase overall foreign exchange business in order to cope with the changes in the environment of the global banking sector.
Performance of the branches also evaluated in the meeting and necessary strategy and plans were taken to achieve the target fixed for the year 2016.