Habib Bank Ltd is going to employ smart, dynamic and self-motivated persons in the post of Assistant Manager for Credit Administration section. Applicants should have Post graduate degree in any discipline (preferably in Commerce/MBA/BBA). The applicants should have minimum 3-5 years’ experience (2 years in Credit Administration Dept). Applicants should have Good acquaintance of credit/ risk/ relationship management in Banking. Applicants should have superb knowledge on relevant guidelines or policies of Bangladesh Bank and other regulatory authorities. Applicants should have ability to communicate in English (spoken/ written). Outstanding control over MS Excel will be an added advantage. Job Location is Dhaka. Salary is Negotiable.
Habib Bank Ltd Job Circular 2018
Selected employees will ensure operation of CAD and stern observance with the internal policies and procedures. Employees will ensure accurate and timely submission of all returns to Bangladesh Bank and Bank’s Head Office. They will ensure exact and timely reporting of CIB related information to CIB, Bangladesh Bank.
Originally established in 1941, HBL moved its operations to Pakistan in 1947 at the request of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, hence becoming the first commercial bank to lay its foundation in the country. Embarking on a progressive journey, HBL continued to grow and expand in the successive years. The Bank’s first international branch opened in Colombo, Sri Lanka in 1951, while the construction of the iconic Habib Bank Plaza was completed in 1972, the year that also marked the commemoration of HBL’s 25th anniversary.
With a sizeable domestic share HBL was nationalized in 1974. The Bank became a trend setter in the banking industry, acquiring lion’s share in inward foreign remittances and a major market share in loans to small industries, traders and farmers. International operations expanded and HBL now operates in over 25 countries across four continents.
In December 2003, Pakistan’s Privatization Commission announced that the Government had formally transferred 51% of HBL’s shareholding to the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED) against an investment of PKR 22.409 billion (USD 389 million). In February 2004, management control of the bank was handed over to AKFED. By April 2015, the Government of Pakistan divested its entire shareholding of 41.5% through the Privatization Commission of Pakistan, thereby officially making HBL Pakistan’s largest private bank.
Eligible candidates may apply with CV via online via: http://joblist.bdjobs.com/jobOnlineapply.asp. You may also send the hardcopy of the CV to:
Head – Human Resources
Habib Bank Limited
Moyeen Centre (1st Floor)
House # 9 B, Road # 03
Gulshan 1, Dhaka.