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 Women own one-fourth of active BO accounts

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PostSubject: Women own one-fourth of active BO accounts   Fri May 28, 2010 4:08 pm

Mohammad Mufazzal

One-fourth of the country's active beneficiary owners' (BO) accounts are owned by women, the total number of accounts being 2.59 million as on May 26, 2010.

The Central Depository Bangladesh Limited (CDBL) said the participation of female investors in the capital market is really significant.

"Before going for gender classification with BO accounts, we were not aware of the increasing participation of women in the capital market," Shuvra Kanti Choudhury, chief financial officer of the CDBL told the FE.

"The number of non-resident BO accounts is also increasing significantly," he said.

Analysts, however, repeatedly said the share off-loading of state-owned enterprises and private issuing companies with good fundamentals is a crying need in the market as the number of investors is increasing rapidly.

According to CDBL, at present the ratio of male and female BO accounts is 2.88:1.

On the other hand, the numbers of resident and non-resident BO accounts are 2,469,396 and 114,803 and their ratio is 21.51:1.

Over the last four months more than 0.5 million BO accounts were opened by the aspiring investors.

In February last 180,000 BO accounts were opened, which is the record figure in a single month except for October 2009 when about 0.2 million accounts were opened because of the entrance of giant telecom entity Grameenphone to the market.

The number of BO accounts including inactive ones on June 30, 2009 stood at over 2.124 million, which is about six times the accounts opened up to June, 2005.

In the last six months of 2009, more than 530,000 BO accounts were opened by investors.
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