Managing Director and CEO of The Farmers Bank Limited Mohammad Ehsan Khasru speaks at a meeting while visiting Bibir bazar branch in Comilla on Thursday.

BD Post Business Desk
The Farmers Bank Limited, a fourth generation bank of the country, has taken a drive to improve customer services across the country.
As part of it, bank’s Managing Director and CEO Mohammad Ehsan Khasru stated visiting branches of the bank at district towns and cities.
On Thursday, he visited two Comilla branches in Comilla city and Bibir bazar branch.
During the visit, he exchanged views with bank’s clients, officials and local dignitaries and laid emphasis on attaching highest priority to customers’ satisfaction at any cost, a bank statement said.
Ehsan Khasru said investment in The Farmers Bank Limited is now completely secure as 64 percent of the bank is now controlled by institutions following a recent restructuring. “Four state-run banks – Sonali, Janata, Agrani and Rupali – and the Investment Corporation of Bangladesh now own 64 percent of the bank,” he said adding that the bank is now run by an efficient and competent management.
“There is massive change in the bank’s management. It is marching ahead with a specific goal aiming at becoming one of the largest financial institutions in the country by 2021 when Bangladesh celebrates its 50th year of independence,” he said.
“It has also improved its service quality by bringing new and most modern banking facilities such as online banking. It has also introduced a series of new products in an effort to meet the growing demand of the customers,” he said.
Earlier on October 6, he visited four branches in Sujatpur, Narayanpur, Chandpur and Gritkalindia in the southern district of Chandpur. Besides on October 11, he visited three Chandpur branches of the bank in Hajiganj, Rahimanagar and Kochua.