Since independence, Bangladesh has aspired to become an upper middle-income country by 2031. Their inspiration for growth catapulted them to be on track to graduate from United Nations (UN) least developed countries (LDC) status by 2026.
World Bank and International Finance Cooperation (IFC) have supported Bangladesh throughout their transformation journey. To keep them on track, IFC will be introducing a USD5 billion 5-year investment plan to assist Bangladesh on diversifying their current economic sectors. So, what are the sectors?
Join us on this webinar, together with IFC, Bangladesh Investment Development Authority (BIDA), partnering chambers from Bangladesh, High Commission from both nations to understand and identify future developments and sectors Singaporean companies can venture into.
Welcome by SBF by Mr. Dexter Oh, Assistant Manager, SBF Global Division 3 (AEMEA), SBF
Opening Address by His Excellency Derek Loh, High Commission of Singapore, Bangladesh
Panel Discussion for Bangladesh’s future investments, development and economic plans by
Mr Martin Holtmann, Country Manager of Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal, International Finance Corporation (IFC),
Mr Md Ariful Hoque, Director (Foreign Investments-Commercial Office), Bangladesh Investment and Development Authority (BIDA),
Mr Rashad Hussain, Director-in-charge, Summit Technopolis
Panel Sharing on Singaporean businesses experience on doing business in Bangladesh by
Mr Nicholas Padgalskas, Chief Financial Officer, Summit Power International,
Mr Jaspreet Singh, Country Manager, APECO
Opening to pathFYIding (B2B matching) by His Excellency Md Tauhedul Islam, High Commission of Bangladesh, Singapore
PathFYInding (B2B Matching)
End of Session