The Commercial Wing
of the Mission legalizes commercial documents such as Memorandum and
Articles of Association, Company Registration certificate, MLR
certificates, laboratory test reports for commercial import, opening a
bank account, power of attorney for commercial dealings/transaction
etc. These papers are first authenticated by the Foreign and
Commonwealth Office of UK and then need to be submitted to the
Commercial Wing also
provides wage earners certificates that are required for commercial
purposes subject to submission of pay slips from the designated
authority in the country of residence.
for legalization/power of attorney/wage earner certificate is £12.00
per document which payable by pay order.
International Tender Notices
The High Commission
regularly circulates international tender notices on behalf of the
relevant Ministry or departments of the Government of Bangladesh.
CIP (Commercially Important Persons) Awards for NRBs
Ministry of Overseas Employment and Expatriate Welfare of the
Government of Bangladesh honours the Non-Resident Bangladeshis (NRBs)
with CIP (Commercially Important Persons) awards who contribute to our
economy by sending foreign currencies.
The CIPs are entitled to enjoy different state privileges for one year
including permission to enter Bangladesh Secretariat, priority in
reserving seats in Biman,trains, buses and other modes of transports
for business travels in Bangladesh,facility at government hospitals
and invitation to different national programmesorganized by Bangladesh
following three categories of CIP awards are granted:
Highest remittance senders
Highest value of importers of Bangladeshi products
Highest investment in Bangladesh
Interested NRBs submit their applications to the respective
Embassies/High Commission of Bangladesh which are then forwarded to
the Ministry for final selection.
Call for submission of CIP Awards application:
The deadline for submission
of CIP application for 2017 expired on 31 August 2016.
Distribution of Public Shares to the NRBs
A 10% quota has been fixed
for Non-resident Bangladeshis (NRBs) in primary public shares or
debentures of Bangladeshi companies.