The summit was organized by the NRB CIP Association and was chaired by its President, Mohammed Mahtabur Rahman
The Second Global Business Summit has been held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Minister for Expatriate Welfare and Employment Imran Ahmed inaugurated the Summit as chief guest on September 29, at an elite hotel in the Sheikh Zayed area of Dubai.
Commerce Minister Tipu Munshi and Minister for Expatriate Welfare and Employment were present on both days and discussed with NRBs regarding investment, remittance, branding and digitalizing in Bangladesh, according to a press release.
The summit was organized by the NRB CIP Association and was chaired by its President, Mohammed Mahtabur Rahman.
Mohammed Mahtabur Rahman is also the Chairman of NRB Bank and Al Haramain Perfumes Group of Companies.
At the summit, Mahtabur Rahman highlighted the potential for investment and expatriates in Bangladesh and demanded the creation of a separate economic zone for expatriates and also demand a 4% incentive for sending remittance instead of 2%.
In reply, both Ministers said, that all kinds of demands of non-resident Bangladeshis will be presented through NRB CIP Association and that they will look after these issues carefully.
Ambassador of Bangladesh to the UAE, Mohammed Abu Zafar and Consul General of Bangladesh in Dubai, BM Jamal Hossain also spoke on the occasion.
The inaugural session was attended by more than 200 investors in different sectors from 32 countries and business association and their leaders from around the world, including diplomats.