Internship Report on Loan Performance Analysis of Bangladesh Development Bank Limited

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Banking industry is the potential industry where the growth of a country depends on a lot. This industry is very big in Bangladesh and holds a lot of skilled employees. Along with any other financial institution, Bangladesh Development Bank Ltd. is also a powerful banking institution.

Bangladesh Development Bank Ltd. is the prime concern of Development financing Institution (DPI) of country that extends financing assistance both in local and foreign currencies for setting up new industries to development of the country with industrial policy and financial reforms program of government towards market economy.

Bangladesh Development Bank Ltd. commences its operation from Loan Operation Department where they prepare the loan proposal and appraise the proposed investment sectors from various aspects, of organization and management, technological, marketing, economic and profitability. The bank has kept on sanctioning term loans during FY 2010-11 also. This is loan term local currency loan of Tk. 7285 million has been sanctioned to 55 projects and short term loan of Tk. 105 to 15 projects. Of the total sanctioned long term loan, Tk. 4928 million is for 37 new projects and an additional loan of Tk.2385 is for 13 existing projects. In the financial year 2010-11, food and allied sector got 4% concentration of its total loan outstanding amounting to a total of Tk. 613 million. This analysis shows, loans of this sector are performing better year to year and demands constant concentration. Cotton and woollen fibber is the prime sector among the sectors with those BDBL deals. This sector is setting more concentration year to year 69% of outstanding in this sector. In the FY 2010-11 the percentage of classified loan is Tk.818 million which is 19% of total outstanding and 81% of total outstanding is unclassified which sounds good is of Tk. 3504 million.

In the consecutive years there is no significant change among the amount of unclassified loan, which proves better performance of this sector, better planning, monitoring, controlling of the bank in this specific sector.

Tannery and its products have an outstanding 25 loan of the total. Analysis portrays that this sector has the percentage of bad loan of 10% which is relatively low comparing with other sectors and with total outstanding. The bank has stopped sanctioning any low to the forest and wood sector and jute allied fibber sector, now only job of the bank is to recover the amount of loan money which was given before.
Performance of service sector is also performing well. This sector has got 4% of concentration of total outstanding. In this sector unclassified loan is relatively high, which is 85% of total outstanding is of 190 million and classified section is 30.6 million. In essence, BDBL deals with 18 sectors, 1 or 2 sectors is going to be closed by the bank because of loan default, government policy, donor pressure etc. but the remaining sectors will run. So if we look at the chart, we see 22% of outstanding amount is bad loan.

After the proper assessment, BDBL provides loan to invest the proposed sectors . BDBL also monitors and gives suggestion from site selection to final submission of report. With a great ambition, BDBL was started its operation but unfortunately it is now a loosing concern. Now a days BDBL also tries to minimize their range of loan operation due to unethical practice of entrepreneurs of misuse fund and money transfer to the other projects. Bangladesh Development Bank Limited (BDBL) also tries to find out thrust sector and actual entrepreneur those who have interested to establish profitable industry and create job opportunity for the unemployed people.

CHAPTER- ONE:
Introduction

1.0 Statement of the research problem:

A research must find the problem and formulate it so that it becomes susceptible to research. Like a medical doctor, a researcher must examine all the symptoms concerning a problem before he can diagnose correctly.
Usually we say that a research problems dose exist if the following conditions we met with.

1 .There must be an individual or a group or an organization, let us call it.

2. There must be at least two courses of action is defined by one or more values of the controlled variables.

3. There must be at least two possible outcomes, the course of action of which one should be preferable to the other.

4. The course of action available must provide some chance of obtaining the objective, but they cannot provide the some chance. Otherwise the choice would not matter.

In simple words, we can say that the choices must have unequal efficiencies for the desired outcomes.

1.1 Objectives of the study

The prime objectives of the study are to evaluate the Loan performance of BDBL. Besides this, there are some other objectives which are as follows:
• To analysis the loan management by BDBL.
• To highlight the credit and recovery procedures and evaluate performance
• To analysis the reasons of making loan default by the sponsors.
• To get an idea about the condition of loan default mechanism of BDBL.
• To find out the contribution BDBL towards the economy of Bangladesh.
• To suggest necessary steps for overcoming such problems of BDBL.

1.3 Methodology of the study

Correct and smooth completion of report requires adherence to some rules and methodology. In order to make the report, the decision has been taken to collect various primary and secondary data. Data have been collected by oral interviewing the responsible officers. They also gave me annual report, annual budget granted through government of BDBL and other documents. Different forms of statistical configurations such as table percentage rates and ratios have been used to make the study meaningful and realistic. After collecting data from the interview and materials provided by them were carefully scrutinized first. Then the data was organized as required. In order to make the study effective and efficient, following tow types of data and information have been used widely.

1.4 Definition of terms used in study;

Financial soundness of all banks depends on the performance of its disbursed loan on various sectors. Loan performance means how the loans were scheduled to act and how they are actually acting .It is closely associated with timely and steady repayment of interest and principal of a loan. A loan is said to be well performed when its repayment is duly made. If a loan fails to be repaid duly for some consecutive period or instalments, it falls under the classification criteria.

Performance bank’s loan is usually measured through the percentage of classified and unclassified loan of total outstanding. If the amount of classified loan is high, overall loan performance of a bank is poor and low amount of classified loan indicates an effective and efficient loan performance.

Sources of Data

Primary sources Secondary sources

a. Practical desk work a. Annual report of the BDBL 2010

b. face to face conversation with the head b.Financial statement of the BDBL 2010
of the departments and respective officers
and staff Of BDBL.

c. Direct observation of department of BDBL. c. Annual budget of the BDBL.

d. Official records d. Various documents of the

e. Discussion with ray supervising teacher
BDBL.
e.Extensive literature search on the
basis of these documents of
publications

f. Newspapers journals, articles etc

g. MIS department.

h. Previous internship report.

i.BDBLWebsite; www.bdbl.com.bd

I have analyzed these reports and documents hi the light of analytical reviw.Some graphical presentation, statistical tools, and table to find out different types of analytical result, growth rates and trend analysis have also been used.

1.5 Limitations of the study

After completing the institutional experience, practical performances in the formal stage become difficult. So in performing this report my lack of proper knowledge greatly influenced in this performance. Besides this, every study has some limitations. Those are as follows:

1. Lack of sufficient knowledge.

2. Lack of available information and documents to support our study.

3. Up-to-date information was not available.

4. Prolonged process and long time involved in the evaluation of project.

5. Improper combination among various departments.

6. Confidentiality of the bureaucrats.

7. Unwillingness to give information.

8. Most of the manual of BDBL is maintained in bangle.

9. Only few days’ internship’s experience is not enough time to find out all the pros and cons of such a vast project.

lO. Sometime unacceptable feasibility reports are submitted by sponsors who do not contain enough and dependable information.

CHAPTER- 02

Analysis of Loan performance

2.1 Definition of loan performance

Financial soundness of all banks depends on the performance of its disbursed loan on various sectors. Loan performance means how the loans were scheduled to act and how they are actually acting. It is closely associated with timely and steady repayment of interest and principal of a loan. A loan is said to be well performed when its repayment is duly made. If a loan fails to be repaid duly for some consecutive period or instalments, it falls under the classification criteria.

Performance bank’s loan is usually measured through the percentage of classified and unclassified loan of total outstanding. If the amount of classified loan is high, overall loan performance of a bank is poor and low amount of classified loan indicates an effective and efficient loan performance.

2.2 Bangladesh Bank Guideline for loan Classification: Policy on loan classification and provisioning

The process of gradually upgrading the policies on loan classification and provisioning to the international level is going on. Measures have been taken to strengthen the credit discipline and the process of classification has been simplified. The following revised policies on loan classification and provisioning has been issued amending the previous circulars in this regard;

1. Categories of Loans

All loans and advances will be grouped into 4(four) categories for the purpose of classification, namely (a) Continuous Loan (b) Demand Loan (c) Fixed Term Loan and (d) Short-term Agricultural and Micro Credit.
Continuous Loan: The loan Accounts in which transactions may be made within certain limit and have an expiry date for full adjustment will be treated as Continuous Loans. Examples are: CC, OD etc.

Demand Loan: The loans that become repayable on demand by the bank will be treated as Demand Loans. If any contingent or any other liabilities are turned to forced loans (i.e. without any prior approval as regular loan) those too will be treated as Demand Loans. Such as: Forced LIM, PAD, FBP, and IBP etc.

Fixed Term Loan: The loans, which are repayable within a specific time period under a specific repayment schedule, will be treated as Fixed Term Loans.

Short-term Agricultural Credit will include the short-term credits as listed under the Annual Credit Program issued by the Agricultural Credit Department of Bangladesh Bank. Credits in the agricultural sector repayable within less than 12 months will also be included herein. Short-term Micro-Credits will include any micro credits for less than TK.25,000/= and repayable within less than 12 months, be those termed in any names such as Non-agricultural credit, Self-reliant Credit, Weaver’s Credit or Bank’s individual project credit.

2. Basis for Loan Classification: –
(A) Objective Criteria:
(1) Any Continuous Loan if not repaid/renewed within the fixed expiry date for repayment will be treated as past due/overdue from the following day of the expiry date. This loan will be classified as Sub-standard if it remains past due/overdue for 6 months or beyond but less than 9 months, as ‘Doubtful’ if for 9 months or beyond but less than 12 months and as ‘Bad-Debt’ if for 12months or beyond.

(2) (1) Any Demand Loan if not repaid/rescheduled within the fixed expiry date for repayment will be treated as past due/overdue from the following day of the expiry date. This Loan will be classified as Sub-standard if it remains past due/overdue for
6 months or beyond but not over 9 months from the date of claim by the bank or from the date of creation of the forced loan; likewise the loan will be classified as “Doubtful’ and Bad/loss if remains past due/overdue for 9 months or beyond but not over 12 months and for 12 months and beyond respectively.

(3) In case any instalment (s) or part of instalment (s) of a Fixed Term Loan is not repaid within the due date, the amount of unpaid instalment (s) will be termed as “defaulted instalment’.

(3.1) Incise of Fixed Term Loans, which are repayable within maximum five years of time: If the amount of’ defaulted installment1 is equal to or more than the amount of instalment (s) due within 6 months, the entire loan will be classified as “Substandard”.
If the amount of ‘defaulted instalment’ is equal to or more than the amount of instalment (s) due within 12 months, the entire loan will be classified as “Doubtful. If the amount of ‘defaulted instalment’ is equal to or more than the amount of instalment (s) due within 18 months, the entire loan will be classified as “Bad -Debt.”

(3.2) In case of Fixed Term Loans, which are repayable in more than five years of time: –

(a) If the amount of ‘defaulted instalment’ is equal to or more than the amount of instalment (s) due within 12 months, the entire loan will be classified as ‘Substandard.’

(b) If the amount of ‘defaulted instalment’ is equal to or more than the amount of instalment (s) due within 18 months, the entire loan will be classified as ‘Doubtful*.

(c) If the amount of ‘defaulted instalment ‘is equal to or more than the amount of instalment (s) due within 24 months, the entire loan will be classified as ‘Bad-

Debt Explanation: If any Fixed Term Loan is repayable at monthly instalment, the amount of instalment (s) due within 6 months will be equal to the amount of summation of 6 monthly instalments. Similarly, if repayable at quarterly instalment, the amount of instalment (s) due within 6 months will be equal to the amount of summation of 2 quarterly instalments.

(4) The Short-term Agricultural and Micro – Credit will be considered irregular if not repaid within the due date as stipulated in the loan agreement. If the said irregular status continues, the credit will be classified as ‘Substandard ‘ after a period of 12 months, as ‘Doubtful1 after a period of 36 months and as ‘Bad Debt’ after a period of 60 months from the stipulated due date as per loan agreement.

(5) All unclassified loans other than Special Mention Account (SMA) will be treated as Standard, (6) A Continuous credit, Demand loan or a Term Loan which will remain overdue for a period of 90 days or more, will be put into the “Special Mention Account (SMA)”. This will help banks to look at accounts with potential problems in a focused manner and it will capture early warning signals for accounts showing first sign of weakness. Loans in the “Special Mention Account (SMA)” will have to be reported to the Credit Information Bureau (C1B) of Bangladesh Bank.

(B). Qualitative Judgment:

The concerned bank will classify on the basis of qualitative judgment and can declassify the loans if qualitative improvement does occur. But if any loan is classified by the Inspection Team of Bangladesh Bank, the same can be declassified with the approval of the Board of Directors of the bank. However, before placing such case to the Board, the CEO and concerned branch manager shall have to certify that the conditions for declassification have been fulfilled.

2.3 Sector wise loan performance analysis BDBL
2.3.1 Food and allied products

Food and allied product sector is one of the improving sectors of BDBL. In the financial year 2010-11, food and allied sector got 4% concentration of its total loan outstanding amounting to a total of TK224 million.
Status of classified loan:
For the year 2010-l1 food and allied sector classified TK38 million as bad loans, representing 17%percent of the total outstanding where as TK185 million is still unclassified. Percentage of classified and unclassified loan is presented in the following pie chart:

Findings of the sector:
Though the percentage of classified loan is 17% but the total outstanding is still too high in 2010-11, this sector got some improvements over the last couple of years. The following chart shows the improvements

Total bad loan of this sector in 2010-11 was TK 423 million but it was reduced to TK 172 million in 2009-10 and got a dramatic improvement in 2009-11 with a 78%fall to
38% million. This sharp and continuous reduction in Bad loans indicates better loan monitoring and administration in this sector.
From unclassified loans point of view, this sector also conveys some positive signal. Unclassified loans with the reduction in bad loans, goes up from 66 million in 2008-09 to 185 million in 2010-11. In short, loans of this sector are performing better year to year and demands constant concentration.

2.3.2 Jute and allied fibber:

Jute and allied fibber is that sector with which BDBL is going to close its operation. Already bank has stopped sanction and disbursement in this sector only job of the bank is to recover the amount of loan money which was given before. In 2010-11 this sector got 9%concentration and its loan outstanding amount is 535 million.

Status of classified loan:
For the financial year 2010-l1 this sector has classified TK 416 million as bad loan which is 78% of total outstanding where as TK 118 million is still unclassified. The view of the classified and unclassified loan is given below:

Findings of the sector:

This sector has 78% bad loan comparing with the total outstanding, though it is 78% and seems too high hut if we analyse the previous year’s data we will get some different idea about this sector.

If we start talking about bad loan or classified section we see the difference year to year. In 2009-10 the amount of bad loan was TK 530 million, in 2008-09 the amount was TK 424 million and in 2010-l1the amount is TK 412 which is comparatively low than previous years. But the decreasing speed is slow here.

If we see the diagrams here we see the amount of unclassified loan is increasing and its growth rate is good enough. It was only TK 7 million in 2009-10 there was huge change, it was TK 112 million which is 16 times more than previous year. And in 2010-11 TK 118 million is also good if we apply the growth of unclassified loan point of view.

2.3.3 Cotton and Woollen Products

This is the prime sector among the sectors with those BDBL deals. Sanction, disbursement and recovery all is good in this sector. This is the sector by which the country earns most of its foreign income and it is playing a vital role since couple of years. This sector is getting more concentration year to year 69% of outstanding in this sector.

Status of classified loan:
In the year 2010-l1 the percentage of classified loan is TK818 million which is 19% of total outstanding and 81% of total outstanding is unclassified which sounds good is of TK 3 504 million.

Findings of the sector:
In 2010-11 the amount of bad loan was of TK 1588 million and in the year 2009-10 that was of TK 948 million and in the year 2010-l1 it is of TK 818 million. So here

If we talk about substandard loan in the diagram, we see in 2009-10 it was of TK 110 million and in 2009-10 it was of TK .158 million and in 2010-11 no existence of this class. So it indicates well because a class has dropped out. In the consecutive years there is no significant change among the amount of unclassified loan, which really proves better performance of this sector better planning, monitoring and controlling of the bank.

2.3.4 Paper and Paper products

Only 2%of total outstanding exist in this sector. This is the sector which is very important for a country, if the sector falls then the country become dependent on import which may not be good for a country.

Status of classified loan:

In this sector here the percentage of bad loan is 10% which is relatively low comparing with other sectors and with total outstanding. The amount of bad loan is of TK 14 million in 2010-11 where unclassified loan is 90% and it is of TK 125 million.

Findings of the sector:
In this sector the data gives us that kind of information which can be matter of hope. Here he see, in 2008-09 bad loan was of TK 54 million, in 2006-07 the amount was TK 22 million and in 2010-l1 the amount is only 14 million. So the falling rate of bad loan is 60% and 37% in two consecutive years, a positive change in unclassified section.

Though in 2009-10 unclassified section showed negative signals and there was also a big amount of doubtful loan but the bank has crossed the session and now is in good position. In 2010-11 the unclassified loan is of TK125 million which is 76.8% more than the last year, so it proves the great performance of the bank and demands such kind of performance in all sectors.

2.3.5 Tannery and its products

This is the sector from which country can earn money by export though this sector is earning money but it is not equal to the opportunity and also the expectation. This sectors has 2% of total outstanding is of TK 14 million

Status of classified loan
This sector’s classified loan is 14% of outstanding is of TK 91 million in the year 2010-11 is conveys a message that the amount of classified loan is almost same of the year 2009-10.And the unclassified loan is 86%.

Findings of the sector:
When we see the same scenario year to year then it is said that, probably the same effort has given to this sector or we can say that no strategic change. In this sector in 2009-10 the amount of bad loan was 79 million, in 2008-09 it was 91 million and in 2010-11 it is 91 million also. So this sector demands some new policy to recover the bad loan amount quickly.

Comparing with bad loans or the classified sectors, it is too low, the amount of unclassified loan. And year to year the amount is falling. So from this scenario we can conclude that this sector is in danger and the bank should reform all strategy and need new plan if the bank wants to deal with this sector

2.3.6 Non-metallic mineral products

Non-metallic sector is that kind of sector which is actually helping the bank. Indirectly bank doesn’t need to think about the sectors like others because it is performing very well.
Status of classified loan:
Total outstanding loan was 71 million in the year 2010-11 and the total amount has gone under the title unclassified loan and the classified section is 0%, really sounds good.

Findings of the sector:
The amount of unclassified loan was TK 100 million in the year 2010-11. 86 million in the in 2010-l1 it is 71 million, its falling year to year so it can be seems that the sector is not performing well but it will not be right cause this sector keeping its classified sector nil, year to year. Fall of the amount of unclassified loan can be linked with other sections like sanction, disbursement etc.

2.3.7 Forest and Wood Products

Though it is an important sector of the country but BDBL is not currently dealing with this sector.

Status of classified loan:

There is no amount of outstanding loan in last two years and also classified and unclassified loans.

Findings of the sector:

In 2009-10 there was only of TK 6 million bad loans in this sector. After that we see no activities of this sector. BDBL need to consider the sector again not only for its profitability but for the people who deals with this sector.

2.3.8 Basic metal Products
Though the outstanding amount of this sector has a little significance but it is not a matter of hope that the total outstanding amount is bad loan.
Findings of the sector:
In 2010-11 the amount of bad loan is of TK 10 million and it was of TK 11 million in 2009-10. And in those years these amount were also the total outstanding amount. So it means either the sector has fallen totally or the inefficiency of loan handling of BDBL. So BDBL should keep watching and think how the can recover their money quickly and how the sector can be raised again.

2.3.9 Metal products

Among the sectors with which BDBL deals this is one of the small sectors. BDBL is doing transaction with this sector regularly but the amount is comparatively low.

Status of classified loan:

In 2010-11 the total amount of outstanding was of TK 14 million. Of that amount bad loan is 81% and unclassified loan is 19%.bank actually does not expect this type of scenario but it happed.

Findings of the sector:

Last three years three years the bad loan has shown abnormal attitude, in 2010-11 the amount of unclassified loan was .5 million and the amount of bad loan was 30 million which was 60 times more than the unclassified loan after that year bad loan was 11 million and after that year it means an 2010-11 it was 11 million also and in the other hand unclassified loan

2.3.10 Electrical Machinery

This is the sector with which BDBL has started dealing again with a very good performance.

Status of classified loan:
In the year 2010-11 the there was only outstanding amount 15 million and the whole amount is unclassified.

Findings of the sector:
In the year there 2009-10 there was no amount of outstanding loan. But in the year 2010-11 here there was only 15 million outstanding and which is totally unclassified. So from these data we can say that the sector is really performing well and the bank should keep and monitor the performance level which exists now.

2.3.11 Machinery and spare parts:

This sector is very much necessary for a country to make production and the bank is dealing with this sector year to year.

Status of classified loan:

93% of the total outstanding is classified in this sector and it is near about 47 million in the year of 2010-11, where the unclassified section is only 7%.

Findings of the sector:

In 2009-10 the amount of bad loan was 26 million and substandard loan was 13 million and the unclassified loan was only 12% of the total unclassified loan. 2010-11, here we see the unclassified amount is only 7% of classified loan. So finally we see the section’s performance is not rising rather falling.

2.3.12 Transportation:

One of the most important sectors with which BDBL deals. This sector has a great utility for communication purpose.

Status of classified loan:

19% of total outstanding is not bad when the amount of bad loan is falling year to year. In 2010-l1 the amount of classified loan was 13 million and the unclassified loan was almost 56 million.

Findings of the sector:

In 2008-09 the total outstanding amount was bad loan, the amount of bad loan was 15 million which was 26% of total outstanding and that year unclassified loan was 44 million, which was 78% of total outstanding and in 2009-lOthe difference between classified and unclassified loan improved and turned into the proper way.

2.3.13 Chemicals

Chemical sector is one of the important sectors of BDBL. This sector has the outstanding amount which is 230 million and this amount is 4% of the total outstanding.

Status of classified loan:

We divided the total outstanding amount into two sections, classified and unclassified. In this sector in the year 2009-10 bad loan we 44% and the unclassified amount was 56%.

Findings of this sector:

In this sector, here we see the contra situation of the two sections. In the year 2008-09, bad loan was 120 million and unclassified loan was 76 million, the year 2009-10, bad loan was 102 million and the unclassified loan is 127 million. So here we see that, the amount of bad loan is falling and unclassified section is improving.

2.3.13 Petra Chemicals

This is a sector which is really important for our country and in the current situation the sector has to do a lot for us. This sector got 2% concentration of total outstanding loan.

Status of classified loan:

In the year 2010-l1 the total outstanding amount was 120 million of that amount 19% considered as bad loan or the classified loan and the rest amount considered unclassified.

Findings of this sector:

Again we see the contra situation between classified and unclassified section and also seeing the positive changes 2008-09 and 2009-10 in these years position of unclassified loan improved and bad loan also improved with a positive change.

2.3.14 Miscellaneous
When the outstanding amount of a section is 2% of total outstanding and the total amount are classified then the sector is bad can be easily said.

Status of classified loan:
In the year 2009-lOthe total outstanding amount is 97 million and 96.5 million is bad loan, so this is the section which is in danger.

Findings of this sector:

In 2007-08, the amount of bad loan was 12 million; the amount of substandard loan was 69 million and the unclassified loan was 14 million which only 19% of total outstanding was. In the year 2008-09, the classified loan was 76 and unclassified was 6 million only and the final year the situation is 96 million bad loan and unclassified loan is only 7 million, and the ratio is 14:1. So BDBL need to take quick and effective initiative to bring the sector from this kind of bad situation.

2.3.15 Service Sector

Last decade some Industries has come under the focus of BDBL, service sector is one of them and performing well. This sector has got 4% concentration of total outstanding.
Status of classified loan:

Here unclassified loan is relatively high, which is 85% of the total outstanding is of 190 million and classified section is 32.6 million

Findings of this sector:

In 2008-09 classified and unclassified section was almost in competition, classified loan was 96 million and unclassified loan was 112 million. In we see the ratio of classified and unclassified loan is 2:1 and the most recent year the ratio is 6:1. So finally we can say the section is really performing well.

2.3.16 Classified and unclassified loan at glance

BDBL deals with 18 sectors. 1 or 2 sectors are going to close by the bank because of loan default, government policy, donor pressure etc, but the remaining sectors will run. So if we look at the chart, wee see 22% of outstanding amount is bad loan or we can say the portion under classified section and the rest amount is unclassified.

2.3.1 Total Findings in brief

In the year 2009-10, bad loan was 2975 million, doubtful loan was 46 million, substandard loan was 193 million and unclassified loan was 4226 million, go by ratio the situation was 1.3:1. substandard loan was 1.9 million and unclassified loan was 4122 million, the ratio was 2:1, and in the recent last year 2010-11 , the ratio is 2.63:1, so considering the previous situations, comparing the performance of year to year, the bank is performing good now and their loan performance is coming in control.

CHAPTER-3
An Overview of the Organization

BACKGROUND

With the decision of the Government, Bangladesh Development Bank Ltd. (BDBL) was incorporated on 16 November, 2009 as a Limited Company under the Companies Act. 1994 by merger of former Bangladesh Shiplap Bank (BSB) and Bangladesh Shiplap Ran Sanest (BSRS) are two Development Financial Institutions (Dais) in the public sector.

Bangladesh Shiplap Bank (BSB) was established in October 31, 1972 for accelerating the industrial pace of the country through providing loans and equity to the industrial projects as per Bangladesh Shop Bank Order, 1972 (President’s Order No. 129 of 1972).
With the same objective, Bangladesh Shiplap Ran Sanest (BSRS) was also established in October 31, 1972 as per Bangladesh Shiplap Ran Sanest Order, 1972 (President’s Order NO. 128 of 1972.
In order to carry on business activities of BDBD, Bangladesh Bank issued banking
licence on 19-11-2009.

Two Vendor Agreements were signed between the Governments of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and the BDBL on 31 December, 2009 to acquire and take over all of their (BSB & BSRS) assets, benefits, rights, powers, authorities, privileges, liabilities, borrowings and obligations and to carry on with the same business.
As a public limited company, BDBL formally embarked its journey on January 03, 2010.
It extends financial assistance for setting up industries and provides all kinds of commercial banking services to its customers through its branch network in Bangladesh.
The BDBL also inherited membership of Dhaka Stock Exchange Limited (DSE) and
Citation Stock Exchange Limited (CSE). In order to contribute to the capital market, it acts as stock dealer and operates two brokerage houses, one at Motijheel and the other at
Koran Bazaar which are providing services to investors- n small and medium. The BDBL is also managing a close -end Mutual Fund with paid up capital of TYK. 5.00 Crore.
CORPORATE INFORMATION:
(1) Name ‘ Bangladesh Development Bank Limited
(2) Legal Status Public Limited Company
(3) Shareholding 100% share owned by the Government of Bangladesh
(4) Authorized Capital TYK. lOOOCrore
(5) Paid-Up Capital TYK. 400 core
(6) Face Value per Share TYK. 100.00
(7) Date of Incorporation November 16, 2009

(8) Certification of Commencement of Business obtained November 16,2009
(9) Banking Licence Obtained November 19, 2009 issued by Bangladesh Bank
(10) Date of Vendors’ Agreements
Signed December 31, 2010 between the Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh and the Bangladesh Development Bank Ltd.
(11) Formal Inauguration January 03, 2010
(12) Registered Office BDBL Bhaban, 8, Raja Avenue, Dhaka-1000
(13) Line of Business Development Financing, Commercial Banking & Capital Market operation
(14) Launching of Retail Banking April, 2010
(15) Total Human Resource 757
(16) Number of Ronal Offices 4
(17) Number of Branch Offices 17
(18) Membership of Stock Exchanges Dhaka Stock Exchange Ltd. & Citation Stock Exchange Ltd.
(19) Date of Licence issued by Bangladesh Bank as Primary Dealer April 7, 2010
(20) Corporate Tax Rate 42.50%
(21) Auditors MESSERS ACNABIN and HODA VASI CHOWDHURY&CO.
(22) Legal Adviser & Consultant A.K.M Nauru Islam, Bar-At-Law
(23) Income Tax Adviser K.M HASAN & CO. Chartered Accountant
(24) Credit Rating Agency Credit Rating Information & Services Limited (CRISL)
(25) Web Site www.bdbl.com.bd

On January 3, 2010 the bank started with 17 Branches, 4 Ronal Offices and 21 Departments in Head Office. Two new departments namely credit Risk Management Department and International Banking Department have since been added. We plan to open gradually 10 more branches in different commercially and geographically important places of the country and have already got permission from the Central bank for opening three new branches in Dhaka, Narayanganj and Khatungonj in Chattanooga which are under process. Sites in Dhaka, Narayanganj and Khatungonj have already been selected and these three branches may e inaugurated within September & October, 2011 respectively.

NUMBER OF EMPLOYECES: 975 Employees’.

VISION
To emerge as the country’s prime Financial Institution for supporting private sector industrial and other projects of great significance to the country’s economic development. Also be active participant in commercial banking by introducing new lines of product and providing excellent services to the customers.

MISSION

# To be competitive with other Banks and Financial Intuitions in rendering
services;

# To contribute to the country’s socio-economic development by
identifying new and profitable areas for investment;

# To mobilise deposit for productive investment;

# To expand branch network in commercially and geographically important places;

# To employ quality human resources and enhance their capability through
motivation and right type of training at home and abroad;

# To delegate maximum authority ensuring proper accountability;

# To maintain continuous improvement and up gradation in business
policies and procedures;

# To adopt and adapt to new technology;

# To maximize profit by strong, efficient and prudent financial
performance; and

# To introduce new product lines according to market needs.

SWOT Analysis of the Organization

BUSINESS CHALLENGES

* Intense competition in the domestic market
* Global economic slowdown
* Strict capita requirement under Basel -II
* Sharp rise in the interest rates on deposit
* Increasing business risk

OUR STRENGTHS

*Good corporate governance & practices
* Sound and strong capital & asset base
*Deep focus on quality control
*A dedicated line of human resource
* Culture of internal control and compliance

PRODUCTIS OF THE BANK

The Bank is always committed to serve the clients with the best values and innovative products and services to enrich its portfolio looking at the client’s demands and desires.
(l)DEVELOPMENT BANKING

• Industrial Loan with emphasis on syndicated arrangement (Power &
Energy, Telecommunication, Fibre Optic Cable, etc.)
• Public-Private Partnership (PPP) project (Port Development, Transport &
Communication like Road, Water & Air Ways etc.)
• Small & Medium Enterprise (SME like IT industries i.e. development of
Hardware & Software).
• Agro -based ventures depending on indigenous raw materials (like Jute
Twin/Yarn and other Industries).
• Green Banking (Environment & Eco-Friendly industries like automatic
brick kiln, renewable energy, effluent treatment plant, etc.)
• Lease Financing.
• Real Estate business (including housing loan).

(2)COMMERCIAL & FOREIGN EXCHANGE BUSNESS
1. Deposit Banking:
• Current Deposit
• Savings Deposit # Short Term Deposit
• Fixed Deposit ^Deposit Pensions Scheme
• Other Special savings deposit:
(l)5-Year Term BDBL Sanchay Scheme (BDBLSS)
(2) 10-Year Term Sheikh Sanchez Scheme (SSS)
(3) 10-Year Term Chickasha Sanchez Scheme (CSS)

2. Short Terms Loans:
• Cash Credit (Hypothecation)
• Cash Credit (Pledge)
• Secured Advances (General)
• Secured Advances (Financial Obligation)
• Retail Banking
1) Consumer’s Credit
(2) Personal Loan

• Trade/Foreign Trade Financing
(1) Export Cash Credit
(2) Packing Credit
(3) Purchase of Local & Foreign Documentary Bills
(4) Payment Against Documents (PAD)
(5) Loan Against Imported Merchandise (LIM)
(6) Loan Against Trust Receipt (LTR)

3. Foreign Exchange:
• Local L/C
• Import L/C
• Export/C
• Back to Back L/C
• Foreign Remittance
• Foreign Exchange Buy & Sale

4. Other Banking Service:
• Demand Draft Issue
• Payment order issue
• Selling of Prize Bond
• Selling of savings certificates, etc.

(3)CAPITAL MARKET OPERATION
• Share /Securities Trading
• Underwriting of Public Issues
• Brokerage House Services
• Mutual Fund operation
• Banker’s to the Public Issues
PRINCIPAL ACTIVITIES ANNUAL REPORT
PRODUCTS OF THE BANK

The Bank is always committed to serve the clients with the best values and innovative products and services to enrich its portfolio.

(1) DEVELOPMENT BANKING
• Industrial loan with emphasis on syndicated arrangement (Power &
Energy, Telecommunication, Fibre Optic Cable, etc.)
• Public-Private partnership (PPP) project (Port Development, Transport &
Communication like Road, Water & Air Ways etc.)
• Small & Medium Enterprise (SME like IT industries i.e. development of
Hardware & Software).
• Agro-based ventures depending on indigenous raw materials (like Jute
Twine/Yarn and other Industries).
• Green Banking (Environment & Eco-Friendly industries like automatic
brick kiln, renewable energy, effluent treatment plant, etc.)
• Lease Financing.
• Real Estate business (including housing loan).

(2)COMMERCIAL & FOREIGN EXCHANGE BUSINESS

1. Deposit Banking:
• Current Deposit
• Savings Deposit
• Short Term Deposit
• Fixed Deposit
• Deposit Pension Schemes
• Other Special Savings Deposit:
(1) 5-Year Term BDBL Sanchez Scheme (BDBLSS)
(2) 10-Year Term Sheikh Sanchez Scheme (SSS)
(3) 10-Year Term Chickasha Sanchez Scheme (CSS)
2. Short Term Loan:

• Cash Credit (Hypothecation)
• Cash Credit (Pledge)
• Secured Advances (General)
• Secured Advances (Financial Obligation)
• Retail Banking

(1) Consumers’ Credit
(2) Personal Loan

• Trade/Foreign Trade Financing

(1) Export Cash Credit
(2) Packing Credit
(3) Purchase of Local & Foreign Documentary bills.
(4) Payment Against Documents (PAD)
(5) Loan Against Imported Merchandise (LIM)
(6) Loan Against Trust Receipt (LTR)

3. Foreign Exchange:

• Local L/C
• Import L/C
• Export L/C
• BacktoBackL/C
• Foreign Remittance
• Foreign Exchange Buy & Sale

4. Other Banking Service:

• Demand Draft Issue
• Payment Order Issue
• Selling of Prize Bond
• Selling of Savings Certificates, etc.

• CAPITAL MARKET OPERATION

• Share/Securities Trading
• Underwriting of Public Issues
• Brokerage house Services
• Mutual Fund Operation
• Banker’s to the Public Issues

OPERATIONAL ACTIVITIES OF THE BANK

In 2010, Bangladesh Development Bank Ltd. Continued its operational activities as was done former BSB & BSRS to make a defective contribution towards industrial development of the having comparative opportunities, export prospects, forward and backward linkages and local technology as well as indigenous raw material based and eco-friendly projects. Commercial banking and capital market operation were also other area of businesses.

LOAN APPLICATION RECEIVED

In 2010, the Bank received 757 loan proposals with loan amount of TK. 73.56 core. Among these loan applications, 24 loan proposals were for long term loan and 31 for SME, loan while the others included 19 for cash credit and 683 for consumer’s credit and commercial loan.

SANCTION AND DISBURESEMENT OF TERM LOAN

The Bank kept on sanctioning of term loans during 2010 also. This year long term local currency loan of TK. 35.93 core was sanctioned to 37 projects while the Bank disbursed term loan TYK. 37.11 core to 47 projects / loan proposals in the form of local currency at the year -end of 2010.

SANCTION AND DISBURSEMENT OF SHORT TERM LOAN

During the year 2010, the bank sanctioned working capital loan of TYK. 31.61 core to 18 projects and disbursed TYK. 30.32 core to 16 projects. The Bank also sanctioned consumer credit TYK. 9.56 crore was disbursed against 630 loan proposals. Besides, commercial loan in the form of OD was also sanctioned to 13 projects with own amount of TYK. 0.08 crore, while the disbursement was TYK O.OS crore for 13 projects, The details of sanction and disbursement of term loan including short term loan were shown below in table -1

Table -1
Sanction and disbursement of loan in 2010

Nature of Loan Sanction Disbursements
No. Of Projects/ Proposal Amount in Core Taka No. Of projects/
proposals Amount in core Taka
A. Loang Term Loan 47 37.11
l)Loan for new project 13 10.50
2)Loan for BMRE project 2 1.05
3)Additional loan for existing project 4 20.41
4)Loan for SME 18 3.96
Sub Total : 37 35.93 47 37.11
B. Short Term Loan
1. Cash Credit 18 31.61 16 30.32
2. Consumer Credit 639 9.70 630 9.56
3. Commercial Loan 13 0.08 13 0.08
Sub Total 670 41.39 659 39.96
Grand Total (A+B) : 707 77.32 706 77.07

LOAN RECOVERED
Recovery of loan is crucial index to measure the success of a lending organisation. |The Bank strengthened its recovery drive for realising loans and dues from its borrowers and notable success achieved. In 2010, total recovery target of loans was TYK. 163 .08 crore, against which actual cash recovery was TK. 170.52 crore, showing about a 5% rise over the target. It showed core from written off loan were recovered during the reporting year. The outstanding loan of TK. 39.85 core was regularised through rescheduling and replacement of bad and doubtful loan accounts of 17 projects. Loan recovery scenario was depicted in Table -4

Table-4
RECOVERY OF LOANS DURING 2010

(TK. in crore)
Category of Loans Recovery Target Amount Recovered
Unclassified 96.80 122.32
Classified 26.28 23.56
Written-off 40.00 24.64
Total 163.08 170.52

Corporate Plan for -2011
After carefully reviewing and evaluating the success and limitations of 2010, the Bank has chalked out the following priorities for 2011 in consultation with the Management Committee and the Board of Directors of the Bank
> Reduce the rate of classified loan to 25% through sanctioning of good quality loan and recovering of the said loan.
> Mobilize investable fund from various sources.
> Provide term and working capita loan to projects attaching due importance to SME and environment friendly projects.
> Enhance business activities through increasing Branch Networking of the Bank. ^Retain Bank-Client relationship and serve them with professional excellence and innovative ideas
> Remodel the retail banking business in line with customer’s financial needs.
> Explore and grow Foreign Exchange & International Trade/business.
> Enhance professional excellence and skill of the employees through imparting need based training.

CHAPTER -4
Administration of Loan

Practical Experiences gathered through doing Internship or doing Job and / or doing research works in an organization:

4.1 Process of Loan Appraisal

1) Issue of Loan Application form.
2) Instruction & co-ordination to fill the form.
3) Receive form (BSQF) along with 178th of 1% project estimated cost & other necessary documents.
4) Scrutiny of loan application and other papers for evaluation of loan proposal.
5) Preparation of Appraisal Report.
6) Granting/Rejecting loan application
7) Put-up loan appraisal is granted.
8) Loan sanctioned with memorandum.
9) Send information to PID Documentation & other department.
The function loan operation department (LOD) has been seen in a flowchart but now it is discussing elaborately one by one are as follows:

4.2 Issue of loan application form:
This is given by the bank taking TK. 1000 from the sponsors of the proposed project where includes various aspects of the project are as follows:
1. Proposed project:
• Name of the project.
• Location of the project.
• Line of the product.
• Amount of the project, (a) F/C
(b) L/

2. Promoter’s applicant:
(a) Particulars of the promoters.
(b) Particulars of the persons relates with promoters (i.e.) father, mother, spouse, sons (s), daughter(s), brother(s)
3. Corporate set up (constitution):
4. Management:
5. Proposed product:
6. Foreign collaboration, if any
7. Project land:
(a) Water
(b) Power
(c) Gas
(d) Communication Facilities.
8. Building & civil works:
9. Plant machinery;
10. Erection & installation;
11. Utilities: 12.Raw materials; 13. Personnel;
(a) Managerial & technical;
(b) Administrative & staff;
(c) Labour;
(d) Skilled “Unskilled;
(e) Cost of the project and means of finance, etc.

4.3 Instruction & co-operation to fill up the form

The bank authority helps to the sponsors by providing necessary information required by the sponsors for filling up the form about the knowledge advice necessary by them. And then sponsors prepare feasibility report. Receives from Bangladesh Standard Questionnaire form (BSQF): After fulfilling this form by the sponsors’ and authority receive with l/80fl% project estimated cost other necessary documents complied by the sponsor’s

4.4 Scrutiny of loan application and other paper evaluation of loan proposed

The bank officials then scrutinize all the papers with the given documents that mean feasibility report given by the sponsors. If all of this are correct then bank prepare appraisal report about given information.

4.5 Preparation of appraisal report

The bank authority makes the report, which consists of three (3) types of analysis, is as follows:
(a) Technical analysis
(b)Financial analysis
(c)Economic analysis
(d) Market analysis.

4.6 Technical analysis

The technical engineer does this report whether the proposed project, is viable or not. It gives indication about the project technically sound or not. Here engineer justify several aspects are follows:
The project will be established which is suitable or not for the project whether the road, railway, riversides or airport etc that are precondition for establishing the project situates this place. He also justifies the types of machines, capacity, types, production capacity etc and gives permission for that company.

4.7 Financial analysis

A Financial analyst of the responsible officer makes financial analysis. He will examine prospect of the company about the demand of the product, marketability of the product, profitability of the product, supply and production capacity of the product, supply and production capacity of the product to meet the market demand through various a financial analysis such as current ratio, profitability ratio, asset management ratio etc.

4.8 Economic analysis / market analysis

This analysis is also made by an economist or market analyst that is feasibility report of the product of related company. This study comprises of whether the product will be launched that’s acceptability and other related economic matter of the product such as marketability of the product, profitability of the product, supply and production capacity of the product to meet the market demand.

CHAPTER-5
Practical Experience Gathered through doing Internship in an Organization

1. Loan Operation Department (27-11-11)
This Department is the first day of BDBL.Rubina Yeas main Khan, Senior Principle
Officer is my guide officer for day working
As a development bank, BDBL primarily remains committed to committed to provided industrial financing. Bank formulated a lending policy with a view to providing speedy & efficient services to clients in a consistent manner.
Loan Section
# At first an Application form is supplied to the entrepreneur for to 3000 only.
# After filling up Application form And ready Project Appraisal letter. For achieving loan an investor must fulfill two steps
Step-1
1. Information form (Particulars) for issuing loan application form, an investor must fulfil this from and then submitted it loan operation department. If all required information fulfilled correctly by investor as required of department, department judge this given information within their rules & regulation.

2. Loan application from if investor given information in particulars form are correct then he/she collect loan application form paid of Tk.3000. Investors then fulfils all required information needed in application form and submitted it department along with a feasibility report of his/her proposed project.
Step-2
In this step department judge application form information given by investor and make a project appraisal fill (including technical aspect, market condition, financial ratio, management information) and also judge different ratio related to project. Department also ensure utility service availability that’s why they informed an enquiry committee which committee judge all information given in application form (land position, management position, utility service availability, CIB report etc). After judging all information and if given information are correct for sectioning loan, loan operation department then pass loan
fill next department along with all documents and their approved signature.
Loan section power of different persons is distinct in policy
For private ltd. Company
MD – 5 corers, DMD – Scorers, GM – 2.5 corers, 4 Ronal DGM – 1.5 corers, Branch
manager – 1 corer, Above 5 corers loan consider by board of directors
For proprietorship/partnership company
MD – 2.5 Corers, DMD – 1.5 corers, GM – 1.25 corers, DGM – 75 laces, AGM – 50 laces,
Above 2.5 corers loan consider by board of directors.
SME
Bank also provided SME loan with a 12% interest rate for manufacturing company and 14% interest rate for service and trading company. Amount of SME loan 50 thousand to 50 laces which is approved by credit committee consists of 4 GM as consultant officer. For SME loan investor need to provide application form along with TIN number and treading certificate.

2. Procurement & Implementation Department (01-12-11)

In this department our guide teacher is Miner Bahaman (AGM)
After all documental worked completed by documentation department, documentation department then pass application form in favour of procurement & implementation department then done all necessary work and sign an agreement paper. In an agreement paper normally following thing are include:

• Definition of the project
• Reference
• Modes and terms and payment
• Operation and putting into force of the contract
• Submit ion of document
• Scope of the agreement
• Price
• Re-inspection
• Liabilities
• Termination
• Arbitration
Procurement & implementation closely observed all work of the project in whole life and section loan, implement project work.

3. Documentation Department (08 – 12 – 11)
This is 3rd departmental activities. Angry Unruly Alma (Principal Officer) is our supervisor.
This department need sanction letter which transfer to branch office. Documentation Department has to perform a wide range of activities related to documentation of long term loans sanctioned by the bank. In addition to completion of documentation formalities of all long term loans sanctioned at Head Office level, arranges audit clearance for loan sanctioned at the branch level also. However, completion of documentation formalities of long term loans is the main function of this department
Documentation procedures followed by the bank for its Head Office & Branches as well are
as follows:
Papers to be submitted by the Sponsors/Company after sanction of loan:

# Up to date rent receipt;

# Chain of previous documents

# Registered Mortgage and registered irrevocable power of Attorney;

# Necessary papers/Documents as per Sanction letter;
# 100% Share Certificate;

# NOC from RAJUK/CDA/KDA/Municipal Authorities/Local authority for setting up the project on the land within this area;

# NOC from BSCIC authority for project to be set up at BSCIC Industrial Estate;

# NOC from BPDB/DESA/BPS/TGT & DC;

# NOC from Department of Environment Pollution Control where applicable; and

# NOC from Director, Drug Administration for pharmaceutical projects.

# Acceptance Letter with Companies Board resolution;

# Documentation fee: One fourth of one percent on the amount of loan sanctioned or the actual expenses. Whichever is more, subject to a minimum Tk.5000 and maximum Tk.30, 000 with VAT.?

# Other Charges:
(I) Charge filling fee.
(ii) Deed Collection fee.
(iii) Stamps (As per Banks requirement).

# Copy of Memorandum and Article of Association with certificate of incorporation.

# Attested passport size photographs of all Directors (2 copies for each).

# Documents/title deeds of project land and co-lateral security (if any);

# Non-encumbrance certificate from district registrar office;

# Mutation with OCR; # C.S. S.A. R.S. Chadian; # MouzaMap

In case of rented premises:

(a) Lease Agreement by the borrower with land-lord;
(b) Tax payment receipt in the name of land-lord; &
(c) Approved Building plan by the appropriate authority

This department collect sanction money. For 1 core it is 1830 to & after per core 1200 to. Besides papers and documents to be submitted subject to verification, examination & vetting by the bank’s lawyer so as to ascertain whether in order to protect bank’s interest.

4. Loan Recovery Department (14-12-11)

This is the impartment department for loan section.\Our guide teacher name is Md. yak ali, deputy general manager. He is more cooperative person.
This department had started their work after one year of sanctioned loan.
Loan recovery is held responsible for recover amount of long along with interest of loan.
Loan recovery remove hurdle related to recovery amount.
This department always maintains connection with investor for loan recovery.
Any investor if failed to paid any amount of loan this department them and inform them for collecting loan & interest amoun as per rules of loan recovery.
Some time an incumbent situation recovery department gives an opportunity to investor for playing hair/ her portions some time delay.
But if an investor modes of payment always delay then recovery department deals with him/her according rules & regulation, if recovery department failed to recover their amount under their rules &
regulation they will pass it Law department to deals with investor.

There are four types of classified loan. Those are
# Continuous loan # Demand loan # Term loan # Short term loan

This department also findout the most default sector of loan.

5. Law Department (20 – 12- 11)
Md.Anisur Raman (Principal Officer)

When department loan recovery department failed to collects their amount of loan in normal procedure then law department negotiate the situation with clients with the help of court or by law.
BDBL has 47 advocate panels for different who are experienced in different Act. To deals
with all the case of BDBL in court lead by a barrister. To collect borrowed fund BDBL
normally applied following Act.

1. The Money Laundry Act.2003 2.The Bankruptcy Act. 1997

3. Public Demand Recovery Act. 1987. 4.Negotiable Instrument Act. 1881

6. Debt Collection Department (Level-4) of BDBL

Shahinur Bare Chowdury (DGM) Supervisor our internship for this Department, date is December 27,2011. Main function and responsibilities of debt collection department are:

1. To justify the existing policies of the borrower, to examine the systematic methods and recommend for necessary amendments.

2. To take steps for verifying the debt collection of different decisions issued by the different bank’s /board/competent authority by the different departments, zonal office and branches of the bank.

3. To supervise/monitor the operational activities of the branches.

4. To determine/analyse the risk after examining the information’s supplied by
different branches & if there is any remarkable change that should be brought to the notice of managing director for necessary instruction.

5. To look after whether existing various controls, functions, checklists are
followed by the department/branches properly.

7. To carry out the instruction of managing director time to time.

07. Human Resource Management Department (02 – 01 -12)
Ashraful Islam (Manager) of BDBL

HRM department has 7 sections . They are;
# Policy and staff loan
# Welfare section
# Disciplinary section
# Management section
# Leave section
# Officer section
# Staff section

HRM has also done these activities

> To assess & collect compatible personal who will be perfect for the bank
> To prepare & implement policy about human resources & related activities
> To take program & implement for developing human resource
> To control the administration of human resources of the bank

> To make appointment, promotion & appraising skill of officer & staff

> To make service rules, administration rules & others rules for proper controlling of
staff

> To communicate stakeholder or interested party for proper implementation of labour
law

> To section of staff loan for house building motorcycle and monitor thus loan

> To assess & grant retirement facilities at the time of retirement

08. Central Accounts Departments (08 – 01 – 12)
For proper functioning accounts department complete their work by 11 sections, each section done separate jobs for complete accounts department works.

• Not due section

• Accurately list prepare list of balance sheet.

• Advice sending to borrower

• Quarterly, Monthly, Half yearly, Yearly by interest charge.

• Policy & General section – (make policy different kinds of policy.

• Accounts section – (financial statement)

• Salary section – (salary sheet, welfare fund)

• Investment section – (loan, SME, debenture, school banking, deposit, green

banking, equity loan, support)

• Provident fund section • Pension section

• Bill section • BBR (Bangladesh Bank Return section)

• Reconciliation section (inter branch transaction)

• Treasury & fund management – everyday transaction
Accounts department collects information/data time to time those department and makes final statement of BDBL.

9. Credit Risk Management Department
Mad. Abdul Matins (A.G.M) BDBL

Management Information Service (MIS) department does not properly work with the help of Internet many of their done by manually that’s why they called service department not system department. Main functions done under this department are:

• Report manually to higher authority every week about position of bank
#Loan position # SME # Deposit # Law section
#Share trading # Disbursement # Recovery

• Judge CBI report when government agencies asked them

• Provided information to Bangladesh Bank time to time

• Makes up to date deposit, sanction, disbursement, recovery re

10. Karwan Bazar Branch
Side Nurur Raman Quarry Deputy General Manager Dead of the
Principle Branch BDBL
Engine S. M. Sirius Islam Senior Principle officer Principle Officer BDBL

Our activities:

# Deposit opening system
# D.D PROCESS
# T.T Process
# Payment Order Process
# Entry transaction
# F D R Process
# Working in cash counter
# L/C Applying

CHAPTER- 6

Findings and analysis Regarding the Objectives

6. Findings regarding Loan Performance Analysis

There are some problems involved in the project appraisal practices of BDBL.Some of them relate to Babel’s own institutional weaknesses and some of them relate to the borrower’s. During the internship program the following findings are obtained:

1. Sponsors always tend to overstate their future cash flow, revenue and income and understate the risk with capturing market and expenses.

2. Loan sanction process is not always free from political pressure.

3. Lengthy procedure and long time involved in the appraisal of project.

4. Many projects are sanctioned loan due to influence of political and pressure group.

5. Sometimes the amount of loan sanction is more than that is required by the project because of over invoicing from the part of sponsors.

6. Lack of eagerness to devote themselves for bank because of lower benefits is given employees.

7. Another threaten is the technology, the bank must be adjusted with new technologies and information, otherwise the profitability of the bank may hamper.

8. Now BDBL is loosing concern, the financial statement represents TK260 corer as loses during last year.

9. Amortization facilities are not healthy.

lO. Inadequate to social cost and benefits.

11. There is no system of accountability of the appraisal them if the approved project fails to their improper appraisal.
12. Complex judiciary systems.

13. Lack of co-ordination among the various departments.

14. Loan sanction procedure is not up to date.

15. Only encourage on large scale industries loan where SME is ignored.

16. Improper physical verification.

17. Lack of support from government monitoring body.

18. Inappropriate feasibility study.

19. Lack of incentives to employees.

20. Lack Of financial commitment on the part of the borrower.

21. Improper cost estimation.

22. Lack of market research institutions.

23. Weak recovery trend due to corruption, negligence and political pressure.

24. Sometimes, inefricient allocation of loan has created a huge amount of bad debt.

25.1n case of sanctioning loan, sometimes the procedures of sanctioning loan did not
follow.

26. There are so many borrowers who wilfully don’t repay loan and they also transfer loan to another projects

27. Lack of skilled and sufficient manpower.

CHAPTER-7

7.1 Recommendation
It is very difficult to give any Recommendation about the operation of BDBL because I am not am efficient banker. As I have worked there so I noticed some drawbacks in the daily operation of BDBL. However, as per as I understand, going through various banking related books and journals I can give some suggestions that how to recover existing problems of loan operation performance:
# Project Appraisal technique should strictly be followed through the loan
sanction process.
# Project Appraisal manual should be up-dated.
• Relevant and accurate data about project should be collected.
• Persons involved in project appraisal should have more expertise and practical
knowledge.
• In analyzing the viability of a project, market of the products or services and
management should rigorously be analyzed.
• The time of loan sanction should be reduced, it should not be more than 20-30
days.
• Central observation committee can be established to analyze, evaluate and solute
loan recovery.
• Over invoicing should be checked and detected by expertise. The real price of
machinery should be found out by using various sources.
• The entire department should be well informed regarding their goal and objectives.
• It is essential to execute company objective into individual target.
• There must be clear allocation of responsibilities, authority and accountability.
• The bank should introduce more promotional activities.
• The bank should take initiative to develop an effective research and and
development centre to get innovative ideas to capture the competitive market.
• The nepotism by the high officials and political influence should be stopped.
• The defaulting borrower should be monitored so that he can not channel his fund to other business firms.

7.2 Conclusion

Most of the banks of Bangladesh are offering a wide array of financial services including new types of loans and advances and some whole new services are lunched every year. As a DPI, Bangladesh Development Bank Ltd. (BDBL) also has to discover new avenues to reach its goal. It is a state owned bank. For this reasons, it should go to the people’s heart through various schemes. It should follow a mix lending policies designed to improve the quality of its portfolio and reduce its risk exposure so that in near future when competition among banks will serve more it can stand with its own entity.

Now BDBL is trying to operate its business successfully in this country. The success has been resulted from the prediction, commitment and dynamic leadership of its management. For success, BDBL has to consider the behavioural issues of this bank’s customers. By proliferation of new advance service expending use of automated equipment and electronic transfer of financial information, BDBL can be a truly fascinating institution in the near future. The institutional future of the BDBL depends on its ability to achieve a substantially higher recovery ratio and profitability in future. And this achievement will help BDBL to overcome its image crisis.

Though BDBL has many drawbacks, the contribution of BDBL after Liberation in accelerating the country’s economy and rehabilitation of industrial sectors can’t be ignored.

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