BD Post Business Desk
Md. Abdul Kader Joaddar has been appointed as Country Chief Financial Officer of Standard Chartered Bangladesh. He will be a member of the Bank’s Country Management Team in Bangladesh.
Prior to joining Standard Chartered, he was working as the deputy managing director and CFO of Brac Bank Limited, said a press release. Speaking about the appointment, Naser Ezaz Bijoy, CEO, Standard Chartered Bank Bangladesh said, “I am delighted that Joaddar is taking the helm of our Finance team. With his deep pool of expertise, global exposure, drive and integrity, I have no doubt that Joaddar will become a core part of the Bank’s leadership team as we strive to drive commerce and prosperity of Bangladesh.”
In his career spanning over 19 years, Joaddar has acquired extensive experience within banking and life insurance industry in the areas of finance, performance management, financial controls, budgeting, forecasting, liquidity, balance sheet & capital management, corporate tax management, payments.
Joaddar had served Standard Chartered Bank for 12 years (2003 to 2015), performing with distinction as Financial Controller of Standard Chartered UAE operation from 2006 to 2012. He had also performed the role of acting CFO for UAE and was engaged as Global Process Manager for General Ledger and Accounting – Finance Transformation Program.