Mashrur Arefin

Mashrur Arefin (born 9 October 1969) is a Bangladeshi writer, novelist, poet, translator and banker.[1][2][3][4] He is known for his Bengali translation of Homer’s Iliad and Franz Kafka’s stories, and his novels, August Abchchaya (The Eclipse of August, 2019) and Althusser (2020).[4][5][6][7] He received the BRAC Bank-Samakal Literature Award for his translation of Franz Kafka’s stories in 2013[8][9][10] and he won the Gemcon Shahitya Puroshkar 2020 for his first novel August Abchhaya (The Eclipse of August).[11][12][13][14][15]

Bangldeshi writer, poet and novelist
Mashrur Arefin

Arefin in 2021
Native name
মাসরুর আরেফিন
Born S M Mashrur Arefin
(1969-10-09) 9 October 1969 (age 52)
Barishal, Bangladesh
Occupation Writer and banker
Language Bengali
Nationality Bangladeshi
Alma mater
Period 1990–present
Notable works Ishwardi Mayor O Mule er Golpo (Poetry),
August Abchaya (The Eclipse of August, 2019),
Prithibi Elomelo Sokalbelay (Poetry),
Althusser (Novel),
Franz Kafka Golpo-Shomogro (Translation), Eliad (Translation)
Notable awards BRAC Bank-Samakal Literature Award, Gemcon Shahitya Puroshkar for August Abchaya (Novel, 2019)

Arefin writes article about literature and literary piece on newspaper and literary supplements.[16][17][18]

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He was born in Barishal. Later his family moved to Khulna and Arefin grew up there.

After passing S.S.C and H.S.C from Barishal Cadet College he studied English Literature at Aligarh Muslim University. Then he got his M.A from Dhaka University. In 1995 Arefin started his career at ANZ Grindlays Bank Limited as a management trainee. He completed his MBA from Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia.[3]

He started his career as a management trainee at ANZ Grindlays Bank in 1995 and worked in its Australia headquarters. Later he became the Head of Consumer Finance, Bangladesh of ANZ.[19][3] He also worked in Standard Chartered Bank, Qatar and ANZ Banking Group in Melbourne, Australia. He was the Director for American Express Bank, Bangladesh and also worked at Citibank N.A. for a short period as its Resident VP, Bangladesh.[20] I was the Head of Consumer Banking at Eastern Bank Ltd after that he joined The City Bank.

Mashrur joined City Bank in 2007 as Head of Retail Banking. In January 2019 he has been appointed as the Managing Director & CEO of The City Bank Limited.[21] He also served the bank as its Chief Communications Officer & Chief Operating Officer among other roles. He is a Director of the Bank’s subsidiary remittance company in Malaysia and its merchant bank subsidiary as well.[21][22][3][23][19]

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