IFIC Bank PLC Introduces New Logo1 min read
Reflecting the evolution and compliance with regulatory changes, IFIC Bank PLC has unveiled its new logo. This development follows the bank’s transition to a public limited company earlier this year, signifying a new era for the financial institution.
The new logo carries with it a set of guidelines designed to ensure its impact and visibility. Notably, there is a policy in place for maintaining clear space around the logo, ensuring that it stands out distinctly. To guarantee legibility and accurate reproduction, the logo has a minimum size requirement, with a width of at least 1.5 inches.
Back on March 28 of this year, IFIC Bank adopted the “PLC” suffix, making it IFIC Bank PLC, in compliance with a notice issued by Bangladesh Bank. This change signifies a pivotal shift in the bank’s corporate structure, akin to publicly traded corporations in the United States that bear designations such as “Inc.” or “corporation.”
The move towards becoming a public limited company aligns with a broader trend in Bangladesh, where many companies are adopting the “PLC” suffix to comply with the amended Company Act of 1994. This legislative amendment, enacted in 2020, reflects the evolving corporate landscape in the country. The unveiling of the new logo and the transition to IFIC Bank PLC mark a significant milestone for the bank, highlighting its commitment to embracing change and adhering to regulatory requirements.
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