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of different banks
for the year 2022
in Bangladesh
Camels Rating - April 7, 2022

CAMELS Rating
of different banks
for the year 2022
in Bangladesh

Industry Report: The Capital, Asset, Management, Earning, Liquidity and Sensitivity to the market risk (CAMELS) Rating of different commercial banks of Bangladesh, based on the performance as on June 2021, are as follows. Serial made on the basis of performance and first local then foreign banks.
Strong or ‘A-Class’Banks
No bank rated as ‘Strong’ due to Covid-19 crisis
Satisfactory or ‘B-Class’ Banks
Shahjalal Islami Bank
Exim Bank
Community Bank
Premier Bank
South Bangla Agriculture Bank
Al-Arafah Islami Bank
First Security Islami Bank
Southeast Bank
Mercantile Bank
Union Bank
Standard Bank
Social Islami Bank
Mutual Trust Bank
Islami Bank Bangladesh
Pubali Bank
United Commercial Bank
Bank Asia
The City Bank
Dhaka Bank
NCC Bank
Dutch-Bangla Bank
Midland Bank
NRBC Bank
Meghna Bank
Shimanto Bank
Jamuna Bank
National Bank
NRB Bank
Eastern Bank
IFIC Bank
Uttara Bank
Bengal Bank
Modhumoti Bank
Citi Bank N. A
Commercial Bank of Ceylon
State Bank of India
HSBC
Standard Chartered Bank
Bank Al-Falah
Woori Bank
Habib Bank
Fair Banks or ‘C-Class’ bank
BRAC Bank
The Trust Bank
One Bank
Global Islami Bank
Prime Bank
AB Bank
Padma Bank
Bangladesh Development Bank
Agrani Bank
Marginal or ‘D-Class’Banks
Bangladesh Commerce Bank
Rupali Bank
Sonali Bank
Janata Bank
BASIC Bank
Bangladesh Krishi Bank
Rajshahi Krishi Unnayan Bank
Unsatisfactory or ‘E-Class’Banks
ICB Islamic Bank
National Bank of Pakistan

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