In line with the Bangladesh Bank Financial Inclusion Department’s guidelines, Jamuna Bank PLC. organized a day-long workshop for expatriate Bangladeshis at the “Departure Lounge” of Hazrat ShahJalal International Airport. The initiative aimed to raise awareness among expatriates on the importance of sending remittances through legal channels.
The workshop covered various topics crucial for ensuring safe and secure remittance transactions. The workshop highlighted the advantages of sending remittances through legal channels, such as guaranteed exchange rates, secure transfer of funds, and access to insurance and other financial services.
The attendees were briefed on various remittance options available, including bank transfers, money transfer agencies, and mobile financial services.
The workshop offered valuable insights on identifying and avoiding fraudulent activities related to remittances, thereby safeguarding their hard-earned money.
The attendees learned about diverse investment opportunities available in Bangladesh, allowing them to contribute to the nation’s economic development while securing their future.
The workshop witnessed an enthusiastic response from the participants, who actively engaged in discussions and raised their queries. Jamuna Bank representatives provided comprehensive information and addressed their concerns in a clear and concise manner.
Commenting on the initiative, a Jamuna Bank spokesperson said: “We are committed to playing our role in enhancing financial literacy among our expatriate brothers and sisters. This workshop is an important step towards encouraging them to send remittances through legal channels, ensuring their financial security and contributing to the nation’s economic growth.”
This initiative by Jamuna Bank demonstrates its dedication to promoting financial inclusion and empowering Bangladeshi expats to make informed decisions regarding their finances. By raising awareness and providing valuable information, the bank plays a vital role in supporting the well-being of overseas citizens and contributing to the country’s economic development.