Sukūk: an alternative to Bangladesh’s existig bond market
AuthorHaq, A.K.M Tanzimul
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The following report has been prepared in response to the fulfillment of the successful completion of Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with the major concentration in Finance. The report has been divided into three major portions as instructed by the department and the format provided. The first part contains detailed information about the organization, its historical background, vision, mission and strategic goals. In addition, a brief description of the organization’s current product and services has also been added to the report along with its future plans. The second part contains brief description about the job I was involved with, its specifications, scopes, key learning points, and different aspects. Critical observations and recommendations have also been provided in this part. The Final part contains the project which has been designed to test theoretical and practical knowledge of the knowledge acquired from the in-house sessions I have received. First part of the project contains detailed information about the existing bond market in Bangladesh, and the obstacles the market has been facing that hinders its improvement. This part tests the theoretical knowledge gathered from textbooks and similar reading materials. The second part is more experimental and exposed to the practical knowledge. In this part a specific financial instrument has been experimented with to see whether it will be a better substitute to boost the dynamics of Bangladesh’s current bond market. Due to the shortage of time, there has been a lack of in-depth researches which could have been provided to make the report more enriched.