Dhaka, Bangladesh (BBN) – SureCash, a mobile banking company, is working to highlight its different types of mobile financial services at the Banking Fair Bangladesh-2015 in a bid to bring the unbanked people in the banking network.

The company is now operating the mobile banking with taking assistance from six commercial banks, SM Salah Uddin, head of sales of SureCash, told the BBN during the ongoing fair.

The six partner banks of the company are First Security Islami Bank Ltd, Bangladesh Commerce Bank Ltd, National Bank Ltd, NCC Bank Ltd, Ansar VDP Unnayan Bank and Rupali Bank Ltd.

The banks has taken approval to operate mobile banking from the central bank, but SureCash is now providing all types of MFS related service to the clients.

Under the SureCash operation, more than 30,000 retail agents are ready to settle the clients’ transaction and it has more than 70 payment affiliates including bill payments, school fee and purchases.

The clients will be able to send money, save money, pay bills, make purchase, foreign remittance disbursement under the SureCash channel.

The company has introduced bio-metric authentication to identify the clients who has no literacy knowledge.

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.

The fair will be wrapped up through a closing ceremony this evening.

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