The bond market of Bangladesh is still one of the smallest markets in Asia. A well functioning bond market will not only ease off the growing strain on the banking and financial system, but also ensure adequate capital for government and private sector financing. This is highly essential in the present context to help the country maintain its growth trajectory. 51,343 billion from now to 2040 in infrastructure sectors such as water, energy, telecom, ports, airports, rail and road with multiple megaprojects underway, according to the Global Infrastructure Hub Report. This projected need is without including the increasing capital requirements for the financial sector, which is estimated to be at least USD 25 billion in the near term.


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