By Hasib Al Raj / December 5, 2022 UCEP Bangladesh is happy and proud to secure ICMAB Award recently to its credit. Fifty-five (55) Organizations from Seventeen (17) sectors of the country have been nominated for “ICMAB Best Corporate Award 2021” to be categorized into Gold, Silver, and Bronze as said earlier by Md. Abdul Aziz, FCMA, Chairman of the Corporate Award Committee. On December 01, 2022 in a very grand ceremony organized by ICMAB at Hotel Intercontinental, Dhaka, the awards were distributed among the recipients. Tipu Munshi, Honorable Minster of Commerce, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh was present as Chief Guest on the occasion to hand over the awards. ICMAB or The Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Bangladesh, a reputed professional Institution under the Ministry of Commerce select organizations for the Award annually since 2007 measuring Annual Reports. Audited Accounts, overall performance in the development of economic and social responsibility. Primarily 165 organizations participated in the capital market in 2021 from which 55 were picked out for the prize in 17 subcategories based on 28 criteria. The three-member Jury Board of the Selection Committee was headed by Farasuddin Ahmed, former Governor, Bangladesh Bank. The two other members of the Board were Mr. Ruhul Amin and JamalUddin. UCEP Bangladesh has won the Best Corporate Award of the Institute of Cost and Managemnt Accountants of Bangladesh (ICMAB) Best Corporate Award 2021 in the NGO Category.Ms. Nazmun Nahar, Director, Finance and Compliance and Mr. Md. Abdullah Al Mamun, Acting Director, Programme & Innovations received the award from the Hon’ble Commerce Minister Mr. Tipu Munshi MP while Dr. Md. Abdul Karim, Executive Director, UCEP Bangladesh (Former Principal Secretary to GOB ) was present on the occasion. In his speech during the ceremony ICMAB President Md. Mamunur Rashid said the Awardees were scrutinized on the acceptability and credibility of information, for findings reveal well-structured Organizations have a higher proclivity for credible information disclosure. Professor Shibli Rubayat -UI-Islam , Chairman of Bangladesh Securities & Exchange Commission and Jasim Uddin, Chairman, the Federation of Bangladesh Chambers and Industries were present on the occasion as Special Guests.