There are complications in several cases in company law. Many people get into trouble when they go to liquidate a company.
Tapan Kanti Ghosh, senior secretary at the Commerce Ministry, said on Saturday.
That Bangladesh’s Companies Act needs to be amended and modernized in line.
With the global perspective for sustainable financial growth.
“The Companies Act has been amended in 1994, which needs to be more up-to-date in the perspective.
To adopt so many changes in the global economy and trading system,” he said at an event.
The commerce secretary was addressing a workshop as the chief guest in the opening session titled.
Investigative Journalism on Company Reporting held at the ERF Auditorium in the capital.
In order to develop the skills of economic reporters, the program was jointly organized.
By the Management and Resources Development Initiative (MRDI) and the Economic Reporters.
The four-part workshop was chaired by ERF President Sharmeen Rinvy.
Barrister Nihad Kabir, chairperson BUILD (Business Initiative Leading Development) and former president.
Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce (MCCI), Shahidul Islam, former president of CFA Society Bangladesh.
Shafiqul Alam, bureau chief of Agency France Press (AFP), Hasibur Rahman, Executive Director MRDI.
Among others, spoke in the function. ERF General secretary SM Rashedul Islam Moderated the program.
Ghosh also said the government has taken initiatives to amend the company law to make it inclusive.
Of all relevant issues after reviewing various aspects of the economy.