The prescribed charges for DSE’s mobile app are being withdrawn

ShareBarta24.com, Dhaka: The Dhaka Stock Exchange (DSE) authorities have decided not to charge monthly fees for the app from DSE-mobile app users. The decision was taken on the instructions of Professor Shibli Rubaiyat-ul Islam, chairman of the regulatory body Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC), sources said.

According to the source, at the recent DSE board meeting, it was decided that from next July, DSE-mobile app users will be charged a fee of Rs 100 per month. Last Wednesday (June 18), BSEC chairman Prof Shibli Rubaiyat-ul Islam asked not to take the fee for the time being. As a result, the DSE authorities withdrew from the decision to charge a fee.

Meanwhile, investors reacted angrily to the decision to charge a fee of Rs 100 per month from DSE-mobile app users. It was harshly criticized on social media and various Facebook groups related to the stock market.

Investors have complained that there are various complications in the DSE-mobile app. Investors are facing various problems while using the app. For a long time, new registration of mobile apps has been stopped. DSE is charging without resolving these issues.

Md. An investor named Abdur Razzak said that it is not possible to enter properly with DSE’s mobile app. Complications arise in the case of transactions. Although there are many problems in the app, the decision to charge without resolving it is cruel to the investors.

Md. Many investors like Abdur Razzak oppose charging for mobile apps. They have demanded to solve the problem of mobile app before charging. He also demanded a new registration in the app.

A DSE official said the board had decided to charge mobile app users Rs 100 per month, effective July 1. But the BSEC chairman was a little upset. He sternly said that no charge can be taken for the mobile app now.

Meanwhile, regulatory body BSEC sources said, BSEC wants to make the IT-friendly stock market. In this situation, BSEC sees the charging of mobile apps as a kind of obstacle. For this reason, considering the interest of the investors, the chairman of BSEC has instructed not to charge the mobile app for the time being.

When contacted, BSEC chairman Professor Shibli Rubaiyat-ul Islam said, “No charges can be taken on the mobile app now.” The DSE has been instructed in this regard keeping in view the interests of the investors.

“We want to make the stock market IT-friendly,” he said. He is working towards the goal. DSE has been instructed to solve all the problems in IT within six months. If we can do something big in the future, then we will consider whether the mobile app can be charged or not. For now, no charge can be taken in the mobile app.

DSE director. When contacted, Rakibur Rahman said the plan was to charge mobile app users Rs 100 a month. However, we have decided not to charge the mobile app for now. Mobile app users do not have to pay any charges for the time being.

The DSE director also spoke about raising the floor price at this time. He said that BSEC has taken a landmark decision by raising the floor price. This will increase the choice of investors in the field of investment. As a result, as the pace of transactions increases, so will the positive impact on the market.


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