Of the sum remittance of $1.22 billion in January, the top ever single-month remittance inflow, thirty in isolation blurb banks have channelled $873.37.
On the alternative hand, 4 state-run blurb banks channelled $317.62 million, dual state-owned specialised banks rubbed $11 million whilst 9 foreign banks channelled $13.48 million as remittance, Bangladesh Bank interpretation shows.
Sonali Bank perceived remittance of $109.42 million, Agrani Bank perceived $ 112.07 million, Janata Bank $86.88 million whilst Rupali Bank rubbed $9.15 million as remittance in January, as per BB statistics.
Among the specialised banks, Bangladesh Krishi Bank perceived $11.33 million whilst Basic Bank Limited did not hoop any remittance in January.
As per the executive bank data, of all the banks, Islami Bank was the top remittance handler in January. The bank channelled $313.70 million as remittance followed by state-owned Agrani Bank’s $112.07 million.
Among the in isolation banks, $23.51 million was remitted by Al-Arafah Islami Bank Limited, whilst AB Bank Limited perceived $18.72 million, Bangladesh Commerce Bank Limited $ .01 million, Bank Middle East $19.33 million, Brac Bank $64.77 million, Dhaka Bank $12.25 million, Dutch-Bangla Bank $14.17 million, Eastern Bank $30.98 million, Exim Bank $1.58 million, First Security Islami Bank $1.85 million, IFIC Bank $2.60 million, Jamuna Bank $3.85 million, Mercantile Bank $8.06 million, Mutual Trust Bank $16.58 million, National Bank $71.35 million, NCC Bank $20.31 million, ONE Bank $0.70 million, Southeast Bank $49.35 million, The City Bank $30.71 million, Trust Bank $17.29 million, United Commercial Bank $36.56 million, Uttara Bank $43.79 million as great as Prime Bank $26.65 million during the period.
Of the unfamiliar blurb banks, HSBC perceived an volume of $6.14 million, Standard Chartered Bank $ 6.29 million as great as Citi Bank NA perceived another $0.51 million in January, executive bank interpretation shows.
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