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bKash asks distributors to adhere AML&CFT law strictly
bKash Limited organised a distributors conference recently with the renewed call for strict enforcement of AML&CFT law by the distributors while doing business with the mobile financial service company.
The conference titled `Distributor Meet-2018 held at the Hotel Radisson in the capital and was participated by around 208 distributors across the country to discuss AML&CFT issues as well as business strategy for the coming years.
Recognising the effort and contribution of the distributors to bring bKash services at the doorsteps of common people, Kamal Quadir, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of bKash, said that with combined efforts; bKash will bring more innovative products and services for common people to improve their quality of life through secure, easy and cost effective financial transactions.
Mizanur Rashid, Chief Commercial Officer of bKash, had discussed about the company’s strategy and growth plan at the conference.
Saber Sharif, Head of AML&CFT under External and Corporate Affairs Division of bKash, took a session at the conference highlighting the dos and donÕts for AML&CFT issue in business operation.
bKash, the largest mobile financial service provider in the country, also launched `bKash Agent App for its agents at the programme