During the signing ceremony of the deal, called Environmental and Social Risk Management (ESRM), SK Sur Chowdhury, deputy governor of BB asserted that this agreement will reduce the social and environmental risks associated with investing in the textile industry of Bangladesh faced by banks and other financial institutions.
The banks and financial institutions will be provided necessary training on the formulated guidelines.
ESRM deal was signed by the GM of Sustainable Finance department, Manoj Kumar Biswas on behalf of BB and programme manager M Masrur Reaz on behalf of IFC. (MCJ)
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