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Internship Report

IPO Valuation Procedure in Bangladesh

Prepared for:
Professor Shakil Huda
Chairman
IBA Career Center
Institute of Business Administration
University of Dhaka

Supervised by:
MsSyedaMahrufa Bashar
Lecturer
Institute of Business Administration
University of Dhaka

Prepared by:
Asif Rezwan
Roll: 64, MBA 44D and Management Trainee Officer,
LankaBangla Investments Limited

Institute of Business Administration
University of Dhaka

June 24, 2012

June 24, 2012

MS. Kanij Fahmida
Assistant Professor
Department of Accounting
Faculty of Business Studies
Bangladesh University of Business & Technology(BUBT)

Dear Sir,

Subject: Letter of Transmittal for Internship Report

I, Ibna Shina Shibly, am submitting my internship report on “IPO Valuation Procedure in Bangladesh”. The internship period and the subsequent effort in writing this report has been a highly enriching learning experience for me.

I have tried my level best to produce as well written and informative a report as possible. However, because of the confidentiality policy of LankaBangla Investments Limited regarding some of the topics I have covered, this study has not been as probing as I would have desired.

Hope you enjoy your perusal of the report as much…...

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