Enamul Huque is the Managing Director and Head of Client Coverage, Corporate, Commercial and Institutional Banking (CCIB) at Standard Chartered Bank, Bangladesh.
Enamul Huque has been with Standard Chartered Bank since 2001 and brings with him a wealth of industry and network experience. He has successfully managed the largest relationships of the Bank originating bespoke deals over the years. He now leads the Bank’s Corporate, Commercial and Institutional Banking segment overseeing Local Corporates, Multinationals, Banks and other Financial Institutions. His team has originated numerous landmark transactions in Debt Capital Markets, Loan Syndications, Project & Export Finance, Mergers & Acquisitions and Structured Finance. Under his leadership, the team has originated numerous pioneering transactions in recent times such as the country’s first ever Risk Free Rate linked trade transaction, sustainable trade, sustainable and green bond, blockchain letter of credit and paperless letter of credit.
Enam holds an MBA from Mt. Eliza Business School, Australia. He received various oversees accreditations and certifications from Oxford University and INSEAD. He is married with one son and is a very passionate collector of art.
September 9 Day 2
Session: Equity and Justice in Access to Climate Finance: International and Regional Perspective
M Zakir Hossain Khan
Climate Finance Analyst
& Chief Executive, Change Initiative
Dr. Shaikh Shamsuddin Ahmed
Commissioner of Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission.
Dr. Mohammad Abul Hossen
Member, Joint Rivers Commission, Bangladesh
Rezaul Karim Chowdhury
Executive Director, Coast Foundation
Chowdhury Liakat Ali
Director, Sustainable Finance Department, Bangladesh Bank
Dr. Shaikh Moniruzzaman
Joint Secretary (Fiscal Policy), Finance Division, Ministry of Finance
Professor Mizan Khan
Professor, ICCCAD, Independent University
Head, Client Coverage, Corporate, Commercial and Institutional Banking, Standard Chartered Bangladesh
Dr Maliha Muzammil
Climate Change Specialist, UNDP Bangladesh