All Islami Bank Bangladesh branch listings in Faridpur. Find Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited Faridpur District branches address and location with telephone numbers, routing numbers and SWIFT codes. Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited, located in Faridpur district of Bangladesh, has a total of 07 branch. The following table of all the branches of Faridpur district will help you to keep the address of any particular branch including location, telephone number, routing number, Swift code and other related information. Clicking on branch names shows you branch information directly. We have sorted the list alphabetically by branch name.

Branch Bank City Address
Bhanga SME Islami Bank Bangladesh Faridpur Fazilatunnessa Tower Holding No.75, Kaporia patty Road, Bhanga Bazar, Faridpur- 7830
Boalmari Islami Bank Bangladesh Faridpur Khan Plaza, Holding No. 508, Station Road, Ward No. 06, Pourashava- Boalmari, Upazilla- Boalmari, District- Faridpur
Faridpur Islami Bank Bangladesh Faridpur Holding No.94/87, Mujib Sarak, Ward No.04, PS- Kotwali, Faridpur- 7800
Goalchamot Sub-Branch Islami Bank Bangladesh Faridpur Goalchamot Sub-Branch, Rupali Mansion, Holding No. 98/1, Mujib Road, Ward No. 01, Faridpur Pourashova, P.S: Faridpur Sadar, District: Faridpur
Madhukhali Islami Bank Bangladesh Faridpur Khondoker Super Market, Holding No. 0914-01, Madhukhali-Baliakandi Sarok, Ward No. 05, Pourashova: Madhukhali, Thana: Madhukhali, District: Faridpur
Sadar Upazilla Sub-Branch Islami Bank Bangladesh Faridpur Sadar Upazilla Sub-Branch, Ibrahim Tower, Holding No. 0138/2, Faridpur-Dhaka High Way, Ward No. 06, P.S: Faridpur Sadar, Pourashova: Faridpur, District: Faridpur, Post Code: 7800
Tepakhola Sub-Branch Islami Bank Bangladesh Faridpur Tepakhola Sub-Branch, Sheikh Mohiuddin Tower, Holding No. 23/1, Mujib Sarok, Ward No.-06, Faridpur Pourashova, P.S: Faridpur Sadar, Dist.: Faridpur

About Islami Bank Bangladesh

Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited is a joint venture public limited company engaged in Islamic Shariah based commercial banking business with 63.09% foreign shareholding having the largest branch network of 294 branches among private sector banks in Bangladesh. It was established on 13th March 1983 as the first Islamic bank in South East Asia. The aim of the bank is to establish Islamic banking by introducing a welfare oriented banking system and ensure fairness and justice in all economic activities, especially achieving balanced growth and equitable development through diversified investment activities in priority sectors. Underdeveloped areas of the country. Encouraging socio-economic development and financial services for disadvantaged groups especially in rural areas.

Data replicated from official bank website Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited