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    Annual Report 2011

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    Allah permittethtrading and

    forbideth usurySura Bakara-275

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    Qur'anic Verses on Interest 04

    Hadith on Interest 05

    Opinion of other Religions and Great Men on Interest 06

    Board of Directors 07

    Executive Committee, Audit Committee, Shariah Supervisory Committee 08

    Management Team 09

    Vision, Mission and Commitments 11

    Corporate Information 12

    Notice of the 17th Annual General Meeting 14

    5 Years Financial Highlights 15

    Economic Impact Report 16

    Value Added Statements 17

    Chairman's Address 21

    Managing Director's Address 23

    Report of the Board of Directors 24

    Report of the Shariah Supervisory Committee 54

    Auditors' Report & Financial Statements for the year 2011 55

    Qualitative and Quantitative Disclosures under Pillar -3 of Basel-II 108

    Auditors' Report on the Financial Statements ofAIBL Capital Market Services Limited 116

    Branches of AIBL 132

    Proxy Form 135Con

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    "Those who swallow Riba (usury) cannot rise up save as he ariseth whom

    the devil hath prostrated by (his) touch. That is because they say: Trade

    is just like usury: whereas, Allah permitteth trading and forbideth usury:

    He unto whom and admonition from his Lord cometh and (he)

    refraineth (in obedience thereto). He shall keep (the profits of) that

    which is past. And his affair hence-forth is with Allah. As for him who

    returneth (to Riba) such are rightful owners of fire. They will abide

    therein. (2:275)

    "0, Ye who believe, fear Allah, and give up what remaineth (due to you)

    from usury, if ye are (in truth) believers. If you do it not, take notice of

    war from Allah and His messenger." (2:278-279)

    Qur'anic Verses on Interest

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    Hadith on Interestl Jabir bin Abdullah (R) said that Rasul (Allah's Messenger) (S) cursed the acceptor of interest and its payer,

    and the one who records it, and the witness; and he said They are all equal. (Muslim)

    l Abdullah Ibn Masud (R) has quoted a Hadith of Rasul (Allah's Messenger) (S) as saying: Whenever adultery and usury become rampant in a community, it is inevitable that wrath of Allah will befall upon them. (Abu Yala)

    l Abu Huraira (R) has narrated that Rasul (Allah's Messenger) (S) said: Allah as his unique right will not allow four categories of people to enter the heaven and also refrain them from taking taste of his bounties 1) Drunkard 2) Usury 3) Devourers of orphan's wealth and 4) Disobedience of parents. (Mustadarake Hakim)

    l Abu Huraira (R) has narrated that Rasul (Allah's Messenger) (S) said: you should protect yourself from 7(seven) destructive issues 'what are those'? -asked his companions. He said those are 1) Join in worship others with Allah 2) Mesmerizing 3) Killing someone unlawfully 4) Usury 5) Devourers of orphan's wealth 6) Flight from the battle field and 7) To charge against chaste women. (Bukhari, Muslim and Abu Daud)

    l Samura Ibn Zundub (R) has narrated that Rasul (Allah's Messenger) (S) said: I saw in a dream that two persons came to me and took me to a sacred place. Thereafter three of us proceeded to a river full to blood and saw that a man was swimming in the river and another was standing on the bank with huge rocks in front of him. When the swimmer approached the bank, the man standing on it hit the swimmer with the rocks so heavily that he receded to his original place. Whenever the swimmer tried to approach the bank of the river again, the standing person did the same as before. Rasul (Allah's Messenger) (S) asked 'who is this man in the river' One of the angels said 'He is a usurer'. (Bukhari)

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    Opinion of other Religionsand Great Men on Interest

    l Interest has been banned in the two books of Hazrat Musa (A.), which are considered as the scriptures of

    Jews. The 22nd line of Exodus goes as saying, 'If you lend money to a poor man, don't become money

    lenders and don't realize interest from him.'

    l Similarly in 23rd line of ancient scripture of the Jews entitled "Deuteronomy" states, 'You don't lend money

    to your brother for interest -i.e interest on money, interest on foodstuff and interest on anything lent.'

    l Hebrewism is known as Musaic or Jewism. Musaic laws or commands of Musa are the basis of Hebrewism.

    Interest was totally prohibited in Musaic law. This rule was exclusively practiced by the Jews. In this

    ideology, there are clear directions on interest as other aspects of economics. In Hinduism, usury business

    was restricted within the 'Baithayas'.

    l One Jew couldn't take interest by lending money from another. But, taking interest was in practice by lending

    money to the people of other religions.

    l Some writers quoted from the book, 'Talmud' that the Hebrew prophets forbade interest not only from

    Jews but from all. (Eric Roll, A history of Economic Thought: page 48)

    l Interest was prohibited from the beginning of the Christianity to the advent of the Reform Movement and

    from the Church under pope in Rome to the division of other Churches, Christ said, 'Lend hopping for

    nothing again.' (Luke VI 35, Hanley: History of Economic Thought 1964, Page 101)

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    DirectorsBadiur RahmanChairman Sarker Mohammad Shameem IqbalVice Chairman Member:Alhajj Md. Harun-ar-Rashid KhanAlhajj Nazmul Ahsan KhaledAlhajj Abdul Malek MollahHafez Alhajj Md. Enayet UllahAlhajj Abdul MoktadirAlhajj Ahamedul HaqueAlhajj Abdus SamadAlhajj Engr. Kh. Mesbahuddin AhmedAlhajj Abu Naser Mohammad YeaheaAlhajj Abdus SalamAlhajj Niaz AhmedMd. Ashik HossainMd. Rafiqul IslamMohammed Emadur RahmanAnwar HossainDr. Momtaz Uddin AhmedBrig. Gen. M.A. Malek (Retd.)

    Ex Officio DirectorEkramul HoqueManaging Director Company SecretaryMd. Mofazzal HossainDeputy Managing DirectorBo

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    Alhajj Abdus Samad Chairman

    Alhajj Abdul Malek Mollah Vice-Chairman

    Member: Alhajj Md. Harun-ar-Rashid KhanAlhajj Md. Nazmul Ahsan KhaledAlhajj Hafez Md. EnayetullahAlhajj Ahmedul HaqueAlhajj Abu Naser Mohammad Yeahea

    Sarker Mohammad Shameem Iqbal Chairman

    Member Alhajj Abdus SalamAlhajj Niaz AhmedMd. Ashik HossainDr. Momtaz Uddin Ahmed

    Mufti Abdur RahmanChairman

    Member Mufti Ruhul AmeenMawlana Abdul Basit BarkatpuriMufti Muinul IslamAlhajj A. Z. M. Shamsul AlamBadiur Rahman SecretaryMd. Abdur Rahim Khan

    Executive Committee

    Audit Committee

    Shariah Supervisory Committee

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    Managing Director Ekramul Hoque

    Deputy Managing Director Md. Rafiqul Islam

    Md. Mofazzal Hossain

    Khondoker Nayeemul Kabir

    Executive Vice PresidentMd. Mominul Haque Bhuiyan

    Md. Fazlul Karim

    Muhammed Nadim ACA

    Md. Mahmoodul Haque

    Senior Vice PresidentSyed Masodul Bari

    Md. Nazmus Saadat

    Borhanuddin Ahmed Chowdhury

    M. Atiqur Rahman

    Manir Ahmad

    Md. Abdur Rahim Duary

    Md. Zakir Hossain

    Md. Zakir AnamMan

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    Vice PresidentA.N.M. Mofidul IslamMd. Abul HossainMd. Manjur HasanMd. Badruzzaman BhuiyanMd. Abul QuassemMd. Fazlur Rahman (Ashrafi)Md. Aminul Islam Bhy.Engr. Md. Habib UllahMd. Showkat IslamMd. Abdullah Al-MamunA.K.M. Amzad HossainAbed Ahmed KhanMd. Abduz ZaherMd. Jafar UllahA.T.M. Mostafizur RahmanMohd. YahyaKazi Md. SelimIqbal Hossain AhmedMd. Harunoor RashidMd. Mujibur Rahman

    Assistant Vice President M. Anisur RahmanMd. Asaduzzaman BhuiyanMd. Mizanur RahmanMunshi Amanul HaqueMajibur RahmanMd. Nizamul Hoque Chy.Md. Sultan MahmudMd. Golam SarwarS. M. KowsarMd. Abul Basher

    Md. Idris AliMohammad Golam KibriaAktar KamalMd. Mazharul IslamMd. Obaydul IslamMd. Abdur Rahim SarderMohammed HossainMd. Mujahid KhalidMd. Azharul IslamMd. Mosharof HossainC. G. M. AsaduzzamanMoho, Javed Tarek KhanMd. Tarlqul AminMd. Emarat Hossain KhanMonir AhammadMd. Hedayeatul IslamA. K. M. Sazzad HossainMd. Zahidul IslamS. M. Abu JafarMd. Mostafizur RahmanMd. Zaklr Hossain BhuiyaMd. Abul KalamMd. Rajibul Islam BhuiyanMoho, Ziaul Karim ChowMollah Khalilur RahmanMd. Miran Shah ChowdhuryMd. Mainul IslamMd. Jahangir AlamMd. Asaduzzaman KhanMd. Nazmul HudaKamal Hossain

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    Vision

    l To be a pioneer in Islami Banking in Bangladesh and contribute significantly to the growth of the national economy.

    Mission

    l Achieving the satisfaction of Almighty Allah both here & hereafter.

    l Proliferation of Shariah Based Banking Practices.

    l Quality financial services adopting the latest technology.

    l Fast and efficient customer service.

    l Maintaining high standard of business ethics.

    l Balanced growth.

    l Steady & competitive return on shareholders' equity.

    l Innovative banking at a competitive price.

    l Attract and retain quality human resources.

    l Extending competitive compensation packages to the employees.

    l Firm commitment to the growth of national economy.

    l Involving more in Micro and SME financing.

    Commitments

    l Ours is a customer focused modern Islamic Banking making sound and steady growth in both mobilizing deposit and making quality Investment to keep our position as a leading Islami Bank in Bangladesh.

    l To deliver financial services with the touch of our heart to retail, small and medium scale enterprises, as well as corporate clients through our branches across the country.

    l Our business initiatives are designed to match the changing trade & industrial needs of the clients.Vi

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    Date of Registration 18 June 1995

    1st Branch Motijheel Branch, Dhaka

    Opening Ceremony 27 September, 1995

    Authorized Capital 10,000.00 Million

    Paid-up Capital 5,893.37 Million

    Local Partnership of Capital 100%

    Equity 11,989.11 Million

    Number of Branches 88

    Deposit 82,186.98 Million

    Investment 77,714.95 Million

    Number of Employees 1,807

    Number of Shareholders 54,267

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    Honorable Chairman, Directors & Managing Director of AIBL are seen on the dais at the 16th Annual General Meeting

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    AuditorsACNABINChartered Accountants BSRS Bhaban (13th Floor)12 Karwan Bazar C/ADhaka- 1215, Bangladesh

    MASIH MUHITH HAQUE & CO.Chartered Accountants UTC Building (13th Floor)8 PanthapathDhaka- 1215, Bangladesh

    Company SecretaryMd. Mofazzal Hossain

    Registered OfficePeoples Insurance Building36, Dilkusha Commercial Area(6th - 9th Floor), Dhaka-1000

    Tel: PABX : 9567885, 9567819 9569353, 9568007 9560198, 7123255-7

    Fax : 880-2-9569351SWIFT : ALARBDDHE-mail : aibl@al-arafahbank.comWeb : www.al-arafahbank.com

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    A section of the Shareholders attending 16th Annual General Meeting of AIBL

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