AB Bank Limited introduces a SME loan scheme namely, ABBL Digun Loan, which is such a loan facility of maximum BDT 1,00,00,000 for double amount of loan against value of the savings instrument to meet any type of business requirement. This EMI repayment based loan tenor of maximum three years, is a good choice for small and medium-sized businesses.
Double amount of loan against value of the savings instrument (ABBL FDR, DDS) to meet any type of business requirement.
For detail, please contact any branch of ABBL near to you during working hours.
Click to download SME Loan Application Form here.
AB Bank may change, add or remove any conditions any time without notification.
Introducing Bangladesh to its very first private sector bank; AB Bank Limited was incorporated in 31st December, 1981. Arab Bangladesh Bank as formerly known started its effective operation from 12th April, 1982 with the mission to be the best performing bank of the country. With an ambition to secure its place as the leading service provider, creating lasting value for its clientele, shareholder, and employees and particularly for the community it operates in, AB has formulated a golden heritage and an envious legacy that may not be imitated by many. The bank opened its very first branch at Karwan Bazar on 12th April 1982 and now has a successful footprint of 100 branches including one overseas branch in Mumbai, India and 263 ATMs spread across the country as on 31st December 2014; it has associated 6 subsidiary companies including one exchange company in UK, Off-shore Banking Unit and Custodial services with its core banking activities. The Bank opened its Representative Office at Yangon, Myanmar and at London, UK for extending its foreign operations.
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