The Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC) has finally approved a proposal to appoint Ashiq Rahman, who has been disqualified as the MD of the country’s main stock exchange Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), for the post of CRO. After holding the file of Ashik Rahman’s recruitment proposal for more than two months, the BSEC sent a letter of consent to the DSE on Wednesday (July 8).
Earlier, Ashiq Rahman was appointed as the managing director of the Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE), the country’s main capital market. However, the BSEC did not approve the appointment proposal as he was not eligible.
This time he applied for the post of Chief Regulatory Officer (CRO) of DSE one step below and in the same process he got the approval of the board of DSE again. Today, the BSEC gave final approval to the proposal.
Source: Share Barta 24 by www.sharebarta24.com.
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