Bangladesh’s IT sector is different from other sectors. There are dreams and visions associated with it which show greater potential of realising than most other sectors at the moment. That’s why the government’s daredevil leap into the domain of satellite doesn’t feel such a leap. Concerns however exist, and should be raised regarding how appropriate it was to launch Bangabandhu-1. But no debate is complete without all the essential facts readily available for consultation.
Look no further than this month’s cover story by Fintech to get exactly that. We look into the facts and figures, possibilities and mishaps in order to deliver all the pertinent information to you.
This is accompanied by our interviews with the movers and shakers of the IT and finance industries. We talk to the managing director of Modhumoti Bank, trying to gain a perspective on what it’s like to be a new generation bank. As the insurance sector has all the potential for transforming into an impactful sector, we continue to explore more into its intricacies, hence, talk to the managing director of Pragati Life Insurance.
As always, regular features are there with latest banking and IT news, interesting articles on fintech and original contents informing you about the fintech sector in Bangladesh.
As Bangladesh nears a more digitally equipped country, there is no reason to not heavily invest in technology that can help law and order and enhance the rule of law. Easy deploy-ability of tech now has opened many doors for wide application of technology, making sure enforcement of the law is more achievable. There really shouldn’t be any need for Illegal measures to handle crime.
Finally, the purifying month of Ramadan is leading up to the big day of Eid-ul-fitr. And we don’t want to miss this opportunity to wish our readers a big, Fintech Eid Mubarak.
Md. Mizanur Rahman