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Bangladesh Bank

Bangladesh Bank is the country's central bank, established as a body corporate under the Bangladesh Bank Order 1972 (Government Order No. 127 of 1972), effective 16 De...

Bangladesh Bank is the country's central bank, incorporated as a body corporate under the Bangladesh Bank Order 1972 (Government Order No. 127 of 1972) effective December 16, 1971. The general supervision and leadership of the affairs and business of the Bank consists of nine directors, including the President (Chairman), Deputy President, three senior government officials and four experienced in banking, trade, commerce, industry or agriculture and persons with proven ability, all nominated by the government. The Board of Directors is the highest decision-making body and meets at least six times a year and at least once a quarter, chaired by the Governor. The Governor is appointed by the Government as the Chief Executive Officer, who leads and controls all the affairs of the Bank on behalf of the Board of Directors.
The People's Republic of Bangladesh, referred to as Bangladesh, is a South Asian country located in the north of the Bay of Bengal. The currency used is Taka, code BDT.

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