Mahmuda Akhtar joins the BICM as the executive president

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Mahmuda Akhtar joins the BICM as the executive president

Professor Dr. Mahmuda Akhter of the Department of Accounting and Information Systems, Faculty of Business, University of Dhaka, has joined as the Executive President of Bangladesh Institute of Capital Markets (BICM). On Monday, she submitted his joining letter to Professor Shibli Rubaiyatul Islam, chairman of the Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission and chairman of the board of directors of the Bangladesh Institute of Capital Markets.

Professor. Mahmuda Akter received her PhD in Management Science and Engineering in 2000 from Tsukuba University in Japan. She had earlier graduated from the same university in 1997 with a degree in Management Science and Engineering. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from the accounting department of Dhaka University in 1968 and her master’s degree in 1967.

Mahmuda Akter won first place in the first class in both undergraduate and postgraduate classes. She also bagged the first place among the four departments of the Commerce Faculty of Dhaka University in both the examinations. In the HSC examination, she got the second place from the Commerce Department in the combined merit list of the Dhaka Board and won the Chancellor’s Award in 1984. Notification

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