S. M. Galibur Rahman

IDLC Securities

Research Analyst @ IDLC Securities

An experienced Research Analyst with over five years' experience, S M Galibur Rahman, CFA, is one of IDLC’s lead in-house experts on the Banking sector and the Macro-economy. His global and domestic insights, coupled with knowledge in financial modelling techniques, allow him to produce comprehensive analyses with unique perspectives. 

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Bangladesh Strategy 2021: Return to high growth

Before the pandemic hit the country, Bangladesh's economy maintained a steady 6%+ growth rate during FY10-FY15 and 7.0%+ growth rate during FY16-FY18, and 8.15% in FY19. Bangladesh’s foreign exchange reserve reached USD 43bn landmark in December, 202...
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S. M. Galibur Rahman @ IDLC Securities 1 January 2021
Bangladesh Strategy 2021: Return to high growth
Bangladesh Strategy 2021: Return to high growth

Bangladesh: Cut in consumer loans provision requirement to boost lending

Bangladesh Bank (BB), the central bank of Bangladesh, has cut the loan loss provisioning requirement against unclassified consumer loans (except Housing Finance and Loans to Professionals as it were already low) by 300bps. After the implementation of...
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S. M. Galibur Rahman @ IDLC Securities 30 October 2020

Bangladesh private sector credit growth hits inflection point

The downtrend in Bangladesh’s private sector credit growth started from the very beginning of FY19. Moreover, the anticipation of impending single digit lending rate cap further weakened the private sector credit growth rate at the beginning of CY20....
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Shopnil Paul @ IDLC Securities 13 October 2020
Bangladesh private sector credit growth hits inflection point
Bangladesh private sector credit growth hits inflection point

Bangladesh: Expansionary stance continues, policy rates cut to spur liquidity

Bangladesh Bank (BB), the central bank has announced the Monetary Policy Statement (MPS) for the full fiscal year 2021 with a reduction in policy rates. The Repo rate has been reduced by 50bps and reverse repo by 75bps. Besides, after 17 years the ba...
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S. M. Galibur Rahman @ IDLC Securities 30 July 2020

Remittance posts record growth despite pandemic-driven global economic slowdown

Remittance increased by c10.8% in FY20 but declined by only c1.5% YoY in H2 FY20 amid COVID-19 pandemic. But in March and April, the inbound remittance experienced c13% and c24% degrowth YoY respectively due to global lockdown measures for COVID-19....
IDLC Securities Shopnil Paul
Shopnil Paul @ IDLC Securities 6 July 2020

Bangladesh Bank relaxes CRR requirement to improve liquidity

Bangladesh Bank (BB), the central bank, has decreased the cash reserve ratio (CRR) by 200bps for the offshore banking operation (OBO) of scheduled banks. Now, the biweekly CRR is set at 2% from an earlier level of 4% and daily CRR is 1.5% from the pr...
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S. M. Galibur Rahman @ IDLC Securities 24 June 2020

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