Capital Market of Bangladesh

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RESEARCH PROJECT

BOND MARKET OF BANGLADESH

Prapared for : Mohammad shahidul Islam Assistant professor Director, MBA Program UITS, Chittagong

Prepared by : A. M. Shahed Chowdhury Batch No. 27 ID No. 09435020 SOB, RMBA, UITS Chittagong

Date of Submission: 21-01-2011

Institution: University of Information Technology& Sciences

BOND MARKET OF BANGLADESH

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University of Information Technology & Sciences School of Business

Mohammad shahidul Islam Assistant professor Director, MBA Program

January 21, 2011

Dear sir

I Submit herewith a report of research program entitled ‘‘Bond Market of Bangladesh’’ prepared under your direction.

As promised in my proposal, this report includes information on the Bond Market.

Thanking you.

Acknowledgment

Mohammad shahidul Islam Assistant professor Director, MBA Program

Dear Sir

On behalf of the Research Project, I would like to thank you and rest of the university for the excellent cooperation you gave me.

I especially appreciate the high quality of your guidance and thorough professional way of your work. I also thank you for being so flexible with me for hours in understanding about the topic ‘Bond market’ of Bangladesh.

Thanking you.
A.M Shahed Chowdhury
ID No. 09435020

The bond market is a financial market where participants buy and sell debt securities, usually in the form of bonds. Like emerging-market countries around the world, Bangladesh could benefit from having a local-currency, fixed-income…...

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