Runa Laila and Rejowana graced ‘UCB Logo Re-Launching’

UCB-LogoDaily Dhaka Times: In the last few years, United Commercial Bank (UCB) has continually proved to be one of the most promising banks in the Bangladeshi Banking Sector, dedicated to the continual development of the people of Bangladesh. Which is why, to keep pace with the constantly evolving, highly dynamic market of Bangladesh, UCB has, for the first time since its conception, changed its logo.

To commemorate this auspicious event, the bank has organized a logo launching ceremony, to be held on 17th September, 2015. Despite being perceived as a first generation bank UCB has taken great leaps in modernity and technological innovations by incorporating CBS in their system.

As a result, renowned international finance magazine, ‘Global Finance’ has awarded UCB with the ‘Best Emerging Market Bank’ award in 2014. Thus, the new logo is created to change customer perception and bring them closer. It also ensures that the combined efforts of the bank, along with the hard-working and empowered people of the nation, are the triggers that spur Bangladesh to new heights of success.

Mr. M.A Hashem, Chairman of UCB will start the ceremony by giving a speech, followed by speeches by Mr. Anisuzzaman Chowdhury, Chairman of the Executive Committee and Mr. Muhammed Ali, Managing Director of UCB respectively. A showcase of the Bangladeshi drama, ‘Nachua’, followed by the shadow-art ‘Prachyonat’ will then follow.

Prominent singers Runa Laila and Rejowana Chowdhury Borna will grace the stage with their presence while renowned artists Mustafa Monwar and Rafiq-Un-Nabi will also attend the ceremony. A troupe of Hungarian performers will finally reveal the logo through an elaborate 4D mapping. The logo launching ceremony will be held at 7:00 PM on 17th September at the Bangabandhu International Conference Center (BICC).


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