Mutual Trust Bank (MTB) yesterday opened a bank museum to showcase its 20-year journey and achievements.
Among private banks, MTB set up the bank museum for the first time in the country, which will showcase its performance between 1999 and 2019.
The museum, which is located at the MTB Tower in the capital’s Banglamotor, will display the photos of various tools that were used during the opening days of the bank, board of directors, chairmen, vice chairmen, annual general meetings, branches, ATM booths, kiosks and so on.
The bank held a press conference to inaugurate the museum where Syed Manzur Elahi, director and founding chairman of MTB, attended the event as the chief guest and Md Hedayetullah, the current chairman of the bank, as special guest.
Anis A Khan, outgoing managing director of the bank; Syed Mahbubur Rahman, managing director (designate); Syed Rafiqul Haq, deputy managing director and chief business officer, among others, were also present at the event.
In order to reflecting the liberation war of 1971, the bank also inaugurated a terracotta wall, situated at the entrance of the MTB Tower.
At the press conference, the bank has unveiled the MTB calendar of 2020 with a theme ‘Mujib Shoto Borsho’ which will highlight the paintings and precious moments of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.
The paintings were drawn by famous artists such as Hashem Khan, Rafiqun Nabi, Sheik Afzal, MD Nazmul Kabir, Jamal Ahmed, Abdus Shakoor Shah, Nazia Andaleeb Preema, Monirul Islam, Samiran Chowdhury, Jamal Ahmed, Pradip Saha and Rokeya Sultana.