Last Updated on May 25, 2021 by Aminul Haque Shahin
Dutch Bangla Bank Bangladesh is a bank that was founded in 2003 by two Dutch entrepreneurs. It offers services primarily to customers in Dhaka and Chittagong and now covering all the districts of Bangladesh. It also has branches in Amsterdam and Dordrecht. They primarily serve retail banking, but they also offer lending products for microfinance and financial inclusion.
Dutch-Bangla Bank is the first joint venture bank in Bangladesh. It was started by local shareholders and led by M Sahabuddin Ahmed, founder chairman of the bank. The Dutch company FMO also played a significant role in its success.
DBBL was founded with the intention of providing banking services to an underserved population in South Asia. DBBL will also help to increase formalization of the economy, through investments in small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The bank has already established branches across Bangladesh with plans to open more branches across India and Sri Lanka. The bank provides a platform for SMEs to grow, increase their earnings and scale up their operations.
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Routing Numbers of Dutch Bangla Bank Limited (DBBL) Bangladesh.
The Dutch Bangla Bank Bangladesh Limited (DBBL) is a private commercial bank in Bangladesh that provides banking services to the domestic market and international markets. The bank has been listed on Dhaka Stock Exchange since 1997. It is the second-largest bank in Bangladesh after the state-owned Bangladesh Bank in terms of assets and deposits.
We have collected all the routing numbers of Dutch Bangla Bank Limited for all of their branches in the Bangladesh. Here you go:
|Districts||Branch Names||Routing No.|
|Chapai Nawabganj||Chapai Nawabganj Branch||90700257|
|Chittagong||Chittagong EPZ Branch||90152005|
|Chittagong||Jubilee Road Branch||90153646|
|Chittagong||OR Nizam Road Branch||90151480|
|Chittagong||Raozan SME Branch||90156506|
|Comilla||Jhawtala SME Branch||90191161|
|Cox’s Bazar||Chakaria Branch||90220166|
|Cox’s Bazar||Cox’s Bazar Branch||90220258|
|Dhaka||Ashulia Bazar Branch||90260250|
|Dhaka||Dakshinkhan SME Branch||90260926|
|Dhaka||Dhaka EPZ Branch||90261091|
|Dhaka||Dhaka New Market Branch||90270545|
|Dhaka||Elephant Road Branch||90261338|
|Dhaka||Foreign Exchange Branch||90274309|
|Dhaka||Gulshan 1 Branch||90260463|
|Dhaka||Karwan Bazar Branch||90262537|
|Dhaka||Local Office Branch||90273889|
|Dhaka||Mirpur 10 Branch||90263136|
|Dhaka||Pragati Sarani Branch||90263707|
|Dhaka||Ring Road Branch||90263978|
|Dhaka||Satmasjid Road Branch||90264030|
|Dhaka||Savar Bazar Branch||90264122|
|Dhaka||Savar Palli Bidyut Branch||90260892|
|Dhaka||Sonargaon Janapath Branch||90264656|
|Gazipur||Bagher Bazar Branch||90330180|
|Gazipur||Board Bazar Branch||90330227|
|Gazipur||Gazipur Chowrasta Branch||90910313|
|Gazipur||Mirer Bazar Branch||90330056|
|Gazipur||Shafipur SME Branch||90331468|
|Kishoreganj||Bhairab Bazar Branch||90480193|
|Narayanganj||BB Road Branch||90670079|
|Narayanganj||Narayanganj BSCIC Branch||90670237|
|Noakhali||Maijdee Court Branch||90751572|
|Sunamganj||Gobindaganj SME Branch||90900444|
|Sylhet||Dhakadakshin SME Branch||90911309|
|Sylhet||Shahjalal Upashahar Branch||90913257|
What is a routing number?
Routing numbers were originally a way for banks to identify money transfers. The first four digits of a bank’s routing number identify the bank, the fifth and sixth digits identify the branch and the seventh digit is used by banks to identify individual transactions.
This is an example of how historically, routing numbers were not assigned in an orderly fashion, but rather as needed by banks. For example, as branches became more numerous, it became necessary to assign unique numbers for each branch.
Does DBBL agent bank has a routing number?
No. The agent account holder doesn’t have routing numbers.
A DBBL agent bank is like any other bank in the way it operates: they have branches and tellers who may be able to assist their customers with their day-to-day mortgage or loan needs. However, agents also work outside these banks and provide financing directly to individuals with high risk or no credit score.
What is the Dutch-Bangla Bank code?
Dutch-Bangla Bank code is a type of bank code that is used to communicate with a bank or other financial institution in the Netherlands and Bangladesh.
The Dutch-Bangla Bank code, known as SWIFT (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) codes, were first introduced around 1970. The SWIFT Code is a unique identifier for every institution worldwide. It provides information on the type of institution and location.
What is Dutch-Bangla mobile banking?
Dutch-Bangla mobile banking is a digital banking service that allows customers to transfer money and conduct financial transactions through their mobile phones.
This kind of service was first launched by bKash in Bangladesh and later DBBL followed that path and made the Rocket (A mobile banking system by DBBL in Bangladesh).
This new service aims to increase access to financial services for the unbanked people of Bangladesh, who currently struggle to open bank accounts. The microfinancing aspect of this app is also promising as it gives people an opportunity for small loans and loans from the unbanked themselves.