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Mr. Mohammad Asad Ullah FCS

EXCO Member | Bangladesh

Mohammad Asad Ullah is a Fellow Member and the President of ICSB for the term 2022 – 2025. He obtained  his professional degree in Law (LL.B.) LL.M. degree and also MBA major in Human Resource Management from the Dhaka University. He qualified as Chartered Secretary from the Institute of Chartered Secretaries of Bangladesh(ICSB). Under his dynamic leadership as President of the Institute for 4 Terms: 2006-2016,  the “Chartered Secretaries Act, 2010” was passed in the Parliament of Bangladesh on 7th June 2010 and created a milestone in the history of Chartered Secretaries Profession in Bangladesh.

He has been serving as Executive Director-Corporate Affairs and Group Company Secretary of all the Companies of Beximco Group since 1998. During the long tenure of service with BEXIMCO, he participated in various professional seminars, workshops and training courses in Bangladesh as well as in the United Kingdom, USA, Pakistan, India, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Japan, Australia, UAE, France and Switzerland and earned wide knowledge in this field.

He served as Member of the Board of Directors of Bangladesh Institute of Capital Market (BICM) established under the direct supervision and control of Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission (BSEC) for the terms 2008-2016 and played a pioneering role for its establishment. He is also an active Member of a number of renowned professional and social organisations of the country.

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