In order to ensure maximum trust and confidence of the investors, supervisory bodies and potential investors in the fund, the Investment Corporation of Bangladesh (ICB) will act as the Trustee of the Fund.
The Investment Corporation of Bangladesh (ICB) was established on 01 October 1976, under “The Investment Corporation of Bangladesh” Ordinance, 1976 (No. XL of 1976) to encourage and broaden the base of investment, develop the capital market, mobilize savings, promote and establish subsidiaries for business development and provide for matters ancillary thereto. Over the years, the activities of ICB have grown manifold, particularly in Merchant Banking, Mutual Funds operations and stock brokerage activities. ICB is the biggest investment bank and the harbinger of the mutual fund industry in the country. Out of country’s 26 (twenty six) closed-end mutual funds, ICB and its subsidiary manage 19 (nineteen) mutual funds.
As of May 2009, ICB has acted as Trustee to the 11 debenture issuances involving Tk. 155.95 crore, issues of 9 (nine) bond issuances involving Tk. 1,000 crore. ICB also performed the responsibilities of trustee and custodian to 23 (twenty three) closed-end mutual funds of Tk. 1560 crore and 2 (two) open-end mutual funds with initial capital of Tk. 40 crore.
An institution which acts as the guardian of the fund, ensuring that the interests of the investors are being upheld and that the fund operations are compliant with all rules and regulations.
Investment Corporation of Bangladesh (ICB) is the Trustee of 1st Janata Bank Mutual Fund. The duties and responsibilities of Trustee are defined in the সিকিউরিটিজ ও এক্সচেঞ্জ কমিশন (মিউচ্যুয়াল ফান্ড) বিধিমালা, ২০০১।
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