Citibank N.A. Bangladesh Job Circular & Apply Process 2017


Citibank N.A. Bangladesh Job Circular & Apply Process 2017. Citibank  N.A. Bangladesh has given new Job Circular. Citibank, N.A. Bangladesh was selected as the Sole Independent Advisor to the Government of Bangladesh for sovereign rating advisory. Citibank N.A. Bangladesh has established a strong presence in Bangladesh. It now has four branches, four service outlets and employs more than 180 people. Citibank N.A. clients in Bangladesh comprise both public and private sector institutions. Citibank N.A. Bangladesh job title is Manager (C11), Assistant Manager (C10). Citibank N.A. Bangladesh Job Circular & Apply Instructions 2017.

Citibank N.A. Bangladesh Job Circular 2017

■ Company | Organization | Institution Name: Prime Bank Limited
■ Job Positions Name: Manager CRMS (C11)
■ Job Nature: Full-time
■ Job Type: Banking (Citibank N.A. Bangladesh)
■ Employment Type: Permanent
■ Education Qualification: MBA from any local or foreign University, Diploma in Bank Management from Institute of Bankers, Bangladesh.
■ Job Experience: 7/8 years’ of experience in Banking mainly in Credit reporting and documentation.
■ Gender: Both (Male & Female)
■ Age Limit: 30 years Maximum on March 31, 2017
■ Job Location: Anywhere in Bangladesh
■ Advertisement Date: April 08, 2017
■ Application Deadline: April 15, 2017
■ Job Sources: Online

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Citi Bangladesh arranged the world’s first AAA-rated micro-credit securitization transaction for US$180 MM for BRAC, the largest NGO in the world. Citibank Bangladesh successfully arranged the country’s largest-ever local currency amortizing senior secured bond offering of BDT 7,070 million (or US$102 million). Citi Bangladesh was named the Best Internet Bank by Global Finance for the second year in a row. The win in Bangladesh follows the clean sweep by Citi Asia Pacific in the Global Finance Magazine Internet awards. Citibank N.A. Bangladesh Job Circular 2017.

Updated: October 20, 2020 — 12:46 am