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Uttara Bank

Uttara Bank, one of the largest and oldest private-sector commercial bank in Bangladesh, with years of experience. Adaptation of modern technology both in terms of equipment and banking practice ensures efficient service to clients. 211 branches at home and 600 affiliates worldwide create efficient networking and reach capability.

Uttara is a bank that serves both clients and country. An established history has also enabled the Bank to maintain a mature and diversified portfolio of clients which includes local, Southern Asia and multinational corporations as well as local institutions and government agencies.

The Bank provides working capital and international commercial banking support to these clients, including services such as treasury management. Uttara Bank invested in world-class systems and use innovative technology to provide unique banking services.


Uttara Bank commits to nation to take a lead in the Banking sector through not only its strong financial position, but also through innovation of products and services. It also ensures creating higher value for its respected customers and shareholders. The bank has focused to bring services at the doorstep of its customers, and to bring millions into banking channels those who are outside the mainstream banking arena. Besides commercial banking, which includes deposit taking, the provision of cheque services and lending, Uttara Bank may also carry on any other business which is regulated or authorized by Bangladesh Bank, including financial advisory services, trade finance, short term investing and short-term foreign exchange.


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Uttara Bank
Category : Local Private Commercial Bank

Address :
47, Bir Uttom Shahid Ashfaq-us-samad Road
90 Motijheel Commercial Area
Dhaka 1000

Telephone : +880 2 955 1162
Facsimile  : +880 2 716 8376
Website :

Bangladesh Bank, as the central bank, has legal authority to supervise and regulate all banks and non-bank financial institutions. Bank Company Act, 1991, empowers Bangladesh Bank to issue licenses to carry out banking business in Bangladesh. Given some broad policy goals and objectives, it formulates and implements monetary policy, manages foreign exchange reserves and lays down prudential regulations and conduct monitoring thereof as they apply to the entire banking system. The Bangladesh Bank has the power to impose penalties for non-compliance and also to intervene in the management of a bank if serious problem arise. It also has the delegated authority of issuing policy directives regarding the foreign exchange regime.


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