bKashNow bKash is popular and well-known world to all. This system has been brought by BRAC Bank Limited in 2011. It is very easy was to transfer take if we have accounts. Everyone can give on receive take through mobile phone. It chances 18.5 taka on every tk. 1000. Everyone can open an account free of cost. It gives a pi n code. There are many bKash agents in our country thats why we can easily make transaction. Now we can directly pay bill by bKash. Very recently bKash has started to give interest against still money of bKash. bKash is safe and secure media for all. It is developing our communication and transaction system.
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Company Profile:bKash Limited, a subsidiary of BRAC Bank, started as a joint venture between BRAC Bank Limited, Bangladesh and Money in Motion LLC, USA. In April 2013, International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, became an equity partner and in April 2014, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation became the investor of the company. The ultimate objective of bKash is to ensure access to a broader range of financial services for the people of Bangladesh. It has a special focus to serve the low income masses of the country to achieve broader financial inclusion by providing services that are convenient, affordable and reliable.
More than 70% of the population of Bangladesh lives in rural areas where access to formal financial services is difficult. Yet these are the people who are in most need of such services, either for receiving funds from loved ones in distant locations, or to access financial tools to improve their economic condition. Less than 15% of Bangladeshis are connected to the formal banking system whereas over 68% have mobile phones. These phones are not merely devices for talking, but can be used for more useful and sophisticated processing tasks. bKash was conceived primarily to utilize these mobile devices and the omnipresent telecom networks to extend financial services in a secure manner to the under-served remote population of Bangladesh.