Capital market will remain open in lockdown-BSEC Chairman
Sunbd Desk || Published: 2021-04-04 09:56:00 || Updated: 2021-04-04 09:56:00
Even in the midst of a lockdown, capital market transactions are not being stopped. Many people are involved in the capital market. So if this market is closed, many will suffer. Moreover, people will turn away from investing in the market. Therefore, we will keep the capital market open to a limited extent in line with the timing of bank transactions.
Professor Shibli Rubaiyat-ul-Islam, Chairman, Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC), said this while addressing a workshop organized by CMJF and CFA Society Bangladesh at a hotel in the capital on Sunday morning.
The chairman of BSEC said, no one will listen to rumors. The market has collapsed in the last few days due to rumors of lockdown. There has been a big fall this morning. But we will keep the market going. So there is no reason to fear.
Shaheen Iqbal, President of CFA Society presided over the function. CMJF President Hasan Imam Rubel was the special guest. Shahidul Islam, General Secretary of CFA Society conducted the function.
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