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Premier Leasing signs term loan agreement with Pubali Bank
FE Report
11/10/2005
 

          A term loan agreement was signed between Pubali Bank Limited (PBL) and Premier Leasing International Limited in the city recently, said a press release.
General Manager (GM) of PBL Faruque Ahmed Khan and Managing Director (MD) of Premier Leasing International Limited Mohammad Hafiz Ahmed signed the agreement on behalf of their respective organisations at a simple ceremony.
MD Khondkar Ibrahim Khaled, Deputy Managing Directors M Rafiqul Islam, Helal Ahmed Chowdhury and Shahadat Hossain Chowdhury, GM M Mustafizur Rahman, DGM MA Aziz of PBL and other officials of Premier Leasing International were present at the agreement signing ceremony.

 

Pubali Bank GM Faruque Ahmed Khan and MD of Premier Leasing Mohammad Hafiz Ahmed exchanging documents after signing the agreement on behalf of their respective organisations.
 
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