Ahmad Rashid, a former senior vice-president of the Dhaka Stock Exchange, has been elected president of the DSE Brokers Association of Bangladesh for a two-year term.
Rashid, also the managing director of Rashid Investment Services, became president in the association’s annual general meeting held on Wednesday.
At the AGM, Mostaque Ahmed Sadeque, managing director of Investment Promotion Services, was elected senior vice-president, while Khugesta Nur-E-Naharin, managing director of Modern Securities, was elected vice-president of the association.
Earlier on Sunday, DBAB elected its fifteen directors from the 19 candidates who vied for the posts for a two-year term in election. In the polls, 217 out of the 247 voters cast their votes.
The DBAB, which began its journey in 2014 after the demutualisation of the country’s premier bourse on November 21, 2013, was incorporated on August 16, 2015 by getting registration from the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies and Firms.
Since its incorporation, Ahasanul Islam, the last member-president of the DSE, had been working as its president.
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