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Mohammed Mahtabur Rahman (Nasir) elected as Chairman of NRB Bank Limited

Mohammed Mahtabur Rahman

Mr. Mohammed Mahtabur Rahman (Nasir) has been unanimously elected as the Chairman of the Board of Directors of NRB Bank Limited in its 39th Board meeting held on 27 June 2016. Prior to his new role, he was the Vice Chairman of the Bank.
Mr. Rahman a seasoned businessman and well versed in a broad range of trade ventures around the world hails from Sylhet. Born in 1958, he completed his education there itself and pursued with passion his traditional family owned business, which was established in the holly city of Makkah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia under the name ‘Al Haramain Perfumes’, in 1970. He mastered the craftsmanship of the Fragrance Industry and surmounts the business to new heights. He is currently the Chairman & Managing Director of the Al Haramain Perfumes Group of Companies. He opened the first branch in Dubai and gradually expanded more than 100 branches all over the UAE/GCC countries & beyond in the name of Al Haramain Perfumes, Al Haramain Trading L.L.C, Oudh Al Haramain, Noor Al Haramain Trading L.L.C and  Al Halal Perfumes Industry L.L.C. He is the founder President of Bangladesh Business Council in Dubai and also the sponsor of Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Bangladesh Islamia (Pvt) School in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Mr. Rahman is the Chairman of Al Haramain Tea Co Ltd and Al Haramain Hospital Pvt Ltd in Bangladesh. He is the Sponsor of Al Arafah Islami Bank Ltd and Director of AIBL Capital Market Services Ltd in Bangladesh. He is also the Trustee of Beani Bazar Cancer Hospital and University of Asia Pacific in Bangladesh.
Mr. Rahman was ranked the top Commercially Important Person (CIP) for the 3 consecutive years 2012-13, 2013-14 & 2014-15 by the Government of Bangladesh. He was also awarded the prestigious ‘Bangladesh Bank Remittance Award’ consecutively for 2 years 2013 & 2014 in recognition of his highest remittance into Bangladesh.

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