bKash Ltd. Job Circular 2020 has been published. All information related to bKash Limited job can be found on my website, which is called jobs.lekhaporabidi.com. This is a great opportunity for all those unemployed who want to work in bKash Limited. bKash Limited ebcash is a mobile financial service operated by Bangladesh Bank, a subsidiary of BRAC Bank Limited. This mobile money system was started as a joint venture of BRAC Bank Limited and Money in Motion LLC of USA. If you want to apply for this job, then you have to submit your application within the time limit.
bKash Ltd. Job Circular 2020 On the other hand, hard work is very important for the betterment of your profession. bKash Limited is limited to recruit young and enterprising people. In this case, it brings a great opportunity. If you want to work, you can submit your application within the time limit. As part, it is a journey to build a successful team. To learn more about this job notification, you can find the image file below and that image file.
Shadhinata Tower, 1, Bir Sreshtha Shaheed Jahangir Gate, Dhaka Cantonment, Dhaka-1206
Mobile financial service
Bashash Limited, a subsidiary of BRAC Bank, BRAC Bank Limited, Bangladesh and Money in Motion LLC, USA started as a joint venture. In April 2013, a member of the World Bank Group, became an equity partner of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and in April 2014 became an investor in the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The ultimate goal of development is to ensure access to comprehensive financial services for the people of Bangladesh. It has a special focus on serving the country’s low-income people to achieve greater financial inclusion by providing convenient, affordable and reliable services.
More than 0% of Bangladesh’s population lives in rural areas where access to formal financial services is difficult. Yet these people are in dire need of such services, either receiving money from loved ones in remote places, or using financial means to improve their economic condition. Less than 15% of Bangladeshi are connected to the formal banking system and more than 7% have mobile phones. These phones are not only devices for talking, but can be used for more useful and sophisticated processing tasks. Development was initially conceived of these mobile devices and the ubiquitous telecommunications network to securely extend financial services to Bangladesh’s low-income remote population.