Dhaka, Bangladesh (BBN) – Mutual Trust Bank (MTB) Limited is focusing a number of savings schemes for different aged clients at the Banking Fair Bangladesh-2015 to attract student, mid-aged and senior citizens.
The private commercial bank (PCB) has recently introduced a saving scheme –‘MTB Junior’ –for students whose age below 18-year, Md Abdus Salam Talukdar, officer of Mutual Trust Bank Ltd, told BBN at the fair in Dhaka on Wednesday.
The students, whose age below 18-year, will be allowed to open the account under the ‘MTB Junior’ product with the bank.
The bank will offer 6.20 per cent interest rate with the savings amount of the student, the banker said, adding that MTB will provide free debit card and internet banking to operate the account.
The PCB is also highlighting another saving scheme –‘MTB Graduate’ –for the students whose age crossed 18-year. The rate of interest rate of the saving product is between 4.75 per cent and 5.25 per cent.
The students will also use the free debit card and internet banking, the private banker added.
During the fair, the bank is trying to popular another saving scheme for the client whose age crossed 60-year. The product’s name is MTB senior citizen and provides 6.25 per cent interest on saving scheme.

Bangladesh Bank Governor Dr Atiur Rahman inaugurated the five-day long banking fair on Bangla Academy premises in Dhaka on Tuesday aiming to build a banking nation through boosting the ongoing financial inclusion campaign in Bangladesh.

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