All NRBC Bank branch listings in Mymensingh. Find NRBC Bank Limited Mymensingh District branches address and location with telephone numbers, routing numbers and SWIFT codes. NRBC Bank Limited, located in Mymensingh district of Bangladesh, has a total of 08 branch. The following table of all the branches of Mymensingh 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
Bhaluka Sub Branch NRBC Bank Mymensingh Bhaluka Plaza, Bhaluka Pourasava, Holding No: 46, Ward No: 02, Thana: Bhaluka, Dist: Mymensingh
Gafargaon Sub Branch NRBC Bank Mymensingh Hazi Aftab Tower, Holding No: 0259-000, Ward No: 04, Gafargaon Paurashava, Dist: Mymensingh
Ishwarganj Sub Branch NRBC Bank Mymensingh Sarker Plaza, Holding No: 212, Ward No: 02, Ishwarganj Paurashava, District: Mymensingh
Muktagachha Sub Branch NRBC Bank Mymensingh Sarker Bhaban, Holding No.: 231, Ward No.: 08, PS: Muktagaccha, Dist: Mymensingh
Mymensingh NRBC Bank Mymensingh G M Plaza Market, Holding #38, Ward #08, Muktijoddha Shwaroni, Mymensingh city Corporation, Mymensingh
Mymensingh Reg Sub Branch NRBC Bank Mymensingh Mymensingh Sadar Land Registration Office, Mymensingh Sadar
Nandail Sub Branch NRBC Bank Mymensingh Hazi (Latu) Plaza, Ward No: 05, Holding No: 176, Nandail-Mymensingh Road, PO: Nandail-2290, PS: Nandail, District: Mymensingh
Trishal Sub Branch NRBC Bank Mymensingh Humayun Kabir City Center, Ward No: 04, PO: Trishal-2220, PS: Trishal, District: Mymensingh

About NRBC Bank

The establishment of a new bank for the purpose of using their hard-earned foreign currency to support the economic development of the motherland had long been a cherished dream of Bangladeshi expatriates living in various nations throughout the globe. Demand for a new bank from NRBCs who anticipate increased inflows of overseas remittances and the potential for investment from other investors from different nations is a legitimate basis for consideration.
Numerous NRBCs from industrialised nations possess high levels of education and professional experience in a variety of disciplines, making them viable resources for our nation. In addition to a significant funding pool, NRBC sponsors will also provide “state-of-the-art technology” in order to establish a bank of international standards that is specifically geared towards addressing the nation’s particular developmental demands.
The flow of inbound foreign remittances cannot be boosted solely by expelling our staff; rather, they must be trained and equipped to compete with their peers in other nations. A bank like NRBC may be important in reaching the desired result. In addition, it is highly anticipated that the new bank would be able to compete with the other banks in the current environment of banking in Bangladesh by adopting new concepts of risk management and developing strong assets and organisational health. We think that Bangladesh Bank invited applications for the desired bank and issued letters of intent (LOI) in support of qualified business owners in consideration of the aforementioned difficulties.

Data replicated from official bank website NRBC Bank Limited