34908-014: BAN: CENTRAL DEPOSITORY BANGLADESH LIMITED
Project Data Sheet (PDS): Overview
The current delivery, settlement and transfer procedures are handled manually and plagued by lengthy delays, risks of damage, loss, forgeries, duplication and considerable investment in time and capital. The establishment of a Central Depository Company would not only minimize these problems, but also assist in the development of the capital market. By having a central depository in place, the credibility of the country's Stock Exchange in the eyes of the prospective foreign investors is ... Read More
|Borrower/Equity Investment Name||–|
|Type or Modality of Assistance||
|Financing||Private sector (Nonsovereign)|
|Approval Date||15 Aug 2002|
|Geographical Location||Dhaka, Bangladesh|
|Subsector||Money and capital markets|
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