Charges being withdrawn for transactions in mobile apps

Sunbd Desk || Published: 2021-06-21 10:09:49 || Updated: 2021-06-21 10:09:49

The country’s main capital market, the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), has decided not to charge a monthly fee for the app from mobile app users. The DSE is going to take such a decision at the request of Professor Shibli Rubaiyat-ul Islam, chairman of the regulatory body Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC). This information has been known from the relevant sources.

According to the source, at the recent DSE board meeting, it was decided that from next July, DSE-mobile app users will be charged a fee of Rs 100 per month. However, last Wednesday (June 16), BSEC chairman Professor Shibli Rubaiyat-ul Islam asked not to take the fee for the time being. As a result, the DSE authorities withdrew from the decision to charge a fee.

Meanwhile, investors reacted angrily to the decision to charge a fee of Rs 100 per month from DSE-mobile app users. It was harshly criticized on social media and various Facebook groups related to the capital market.

Investors have complained that there are various complications in the DSE-mobile app. Investors are facing various problems while using the app. For a long time, new registration of mobile apps has been stopped. DSE is charging without resolving these issues.

DSE director. Rakibur Rahman told Sunbd that the board of directors of DSE had decided to charge Rs 100 per month from mobile app users. However, at the request of the BSEC chairman, a policy decision has been taken not to charge fees to mobile app users. As a result, it will not be effective from next July.

Sunbd/NJ

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