According to FMO website, the CityBank Limited, established in Bangladesh in 1983, is one of the oldest private commercial banks and FMO client since 2012 with good track record. The CityBank Limited is a dynamic bank with focus on corporate lending and SME lending, Retail lending and experienced and strong management. This project cements the FMO - The CityBank Limited relation, supports the foreign currency needs of importing and exporting Bangladeshi companies and promotes The CityBank Limited's growing Off Shore Banking Unit activities. As part of our long term partnership, The CityBank Limited agreed upon an Environmental and Social Action Plan which was endorsed by IFC and GCPF and which will take the Environmental and Social Management Systems to the next level. Further, this project will have a positive contribution to at least three of the UN Sustainable Development Goals: SDG 1 (no poverty), 8 (decent work and economic growth) and 12 (responsible consumption and production).
The CityBank Limited, established in Bangladesh in 1983, is one of the oldest private commercial banks and FMO client since 2012 with good track record. The CityBank Limited is a dynamic bank with focus on corporate lending and SME lending, Retail lending and experienced and strong management. The CityBank Limited's profile offers a solid fundament to broaden services to trade finance, financing of Small and Medium Enterprises and corporate clients, retail and agribusiness activities.
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