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BIFFL signs an agreement with Aman Spinning Mills

Bangladesh Infrastructure Finance Fund Limited (BIFFL) recently signed an agreement with Aman Spinning Mills Ltd (ASML) to finance under energy efficiency and conservation promotion financing projects (EE&CP) funded by JICA.

S.M. Formanul Islam, Executive Director and CEO of BIFFL and Tahrin Aman, Managing Director of ASML signed the agreement on behalf of their organization, said a press release.

Md. Helal Uddin, Additional Secretary and Chairman of SREDA, was present in the event as the chief guest.

Manjur Morshed, Director (Energy Audit) of SREDA and Mari Iwata, representative from JICA were also present in the occasion special guests.

Being established in 2011, BIFFL has been financing PPP projects, infrastructures, energy efficient and environment friendly projects.

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