Commercial Banking

  • Porter’s 5 Forces & the Russian Commercial Banking Sector and Wealth Management Industry

    PORTER’S 5 FORCES & THE RUSSIAN COMMERCIAL BANKING SECTOR AND WEALTH MANAGEMENT INDUSTRY Today’s Russian Federation is characterized by low competitiveness in the context of firm strategy and rivalry, a supportive infrastructure for industries, a mixed bag when factor or input conditions are assessed (human resources, capital resources physical infrastructure, etc.…), and a polarized consumer base, where some hold most of the wealth, while the rest are quite average or below the poverty line

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  • Banking

    Banks over the years, have become a significant aspect of an economy. With the on going financial depression, the position of banks have become all the more important in the course of working of the money market and hence the economy of a nation. The banking sector forming a portion of the financial sector primarily works as a financial intermediary generating money supply. From the different macro economic models , banks have been found to be a part of the supply side of the economy . However, over time

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  • Commercial Banks

    Commercial Bank Commercial bank: Commercial bank mostly deals with deposits and loans from corporations or large businesses. Famous Commercial Banks of Pakistan are Muslim Commercial Bank(MCB),United Bank,Habib Bank. Functions of Commercial Banks: The functions of a commercial banks are divided into two categories: - Primary functions - Secondary functions including agency functions. - Primary functions: The primary functions of a commercial bank include: - accepting deposits; and

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  • Commercial Bank

    * Content Quality Guidelines * Disclaimer * TOS * Contact Us 15 main Functions of Commercial Banks Nupur Singh The commercial banks serve as the king pin of the financial system of the country. They render many valuable services. The important functions of the Commercial banks can be explained with the help of the following chart. Primary Functions The primary functions of the commercial banks include the following: A. Acceptance of Deposits 1. Time Deposits: These are deposits repayable

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  • Banking

    A PROJECT REPORT ON FINANCIAL SERVICES OF BANKS Submitted to University of Mumbai in Partial fulfillment Of the requirement of the Degree of B.Com ³BANKING & INSURANCE´ Under guidance of PROF. RUEEN PATEL VPM¶S K.G Joshi College of Arts N.G Bedekar College of Commerce Thane (E) Academic Year: 2010-11 BYJEMINI.J.PATIL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT In completing this project I am deeply conscious of my debt to all those, without whose warm support, enragement & guidance this project was not possible

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  • Impact of Perceived Organizational Politics on Employees’ Job Satisfaction in the Commercial Banking Sector of Sri Lanka

    IMPACT OF PERCEIVED ORGANIZATIONAL POLITICS ON EMPLOYEES’ JOB SATISFACTION IN THE COMMERCIAL BANKING SECTOR OF SRI LANKA K.A.M.S. Kodisinghe Faculty of Business Studies and Finance, Wayamba University, Kuliyapitiya, Sri Lanka menakakodisinghe@yahoo.com ABSTRACT This research has been mainly based on the model of perceived organizational politics proposed by Ferris, Russ and Fandt (1989). Four constructs namely perceptions of organizational politics, job satisfaction, perceived control and understanding

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  • Banking

    Non-Performing Assets (NPA) - Meaning Non-Performing Assets are popularly known as NPA. Commercial Banksassets are of various types. All those assets which generate periodical income are called as Performing Assets (PA). While all those assets which do not generate periodical income are called asNon-Performing Assets (NPA). If the customers do not repay principal amount and interest for a certain period of time then such loans become non-performing assets (NPA). Thus non-performing assets are

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  • Commercial Law

    ASSIGNMENT ON COMMERCIAL LAW ASSIGNMENT ON COMMERCIAL LAW CHAPTER-1&2 CHAPTER-1&2 12.What are the effects of the memorandum and the article after they are registered THE LEGAL EFFECTS OF THE MEMORANDUM The Contractual Powers of a Company A Company or a Corporation is an artificial person created by law. It is a legal person capable of suing and of being sued. But the contractual powers of a company

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  • Banking

    E- Banking System in Pakistan ` E- Banking System in Pakistan Written by, Muhammad Rahimuddin rud777@hotmail.com 691205 0694 Syed Asif Abbas Bukhari asifbukhari82@hotmail.com 720512-1234 Supervised by Eva. Wittbom School of Management Blekinge Institute of Technology Ronneby, Sweden Thesis for the Master‟s degree in Business Administration, Spring-2010 Blekinge Institute of Technology, Ronneby, SWEDEN Thesis for the Master‟s degree in Business Administration Spring

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  • Banking

    focusing of human rights and environmental sustainability are now recognized as essential factors for the sustainable development of societies (Raihan et. al., 2002). The present study mainly visualizes CSR information in the selected private commercial banks (PCBs) of Bangladesh. For this purpose this paper has been ornamented into broad seven sections. Secondly, the author has reviewed related literature, then set the objectives and methodology. Next section has been dealt with discussion and

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  • Commercial

    Trucks Commercial – Van Damme Initially ı will clarify The Volvo Trucks – Van Damme commercial into 4 parts. These are originality , validity , new ( innovative value ) and targeted . I Choose Volvo Trucks – Van Damme commercial because of high quality harmony. First ı will talk about this commercial from originality . If ı look Volvo Truck commercial ı see brilliant originality. Its original , unique and never done before. At the beginning of the Volvo Truck commercial ı supposed

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  • Banking

    Introduction During the last two decades the banking sector has experienced worldwide major transformations in its operating environment. Both external and domestic factors have affected its structure and performance. Despite the increased trend toward bank disintermediation observed in many countries, the role of banks remains central in financing economic activity in general and different segments of the market in particular. A sound and profitable banking sector is better able to withstand negative

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  • Banking

    bManual on Financial and Banking Statistics LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ACF AD ADB ADR AFS AGM AIRCSC Auto-Correlation Function Authorized Dealer Asian Development Bank American Depository Receipt Annual Financial Statement Annual General Meeting All India Rural Credit Survey Committee Additive Outliers Auto Regression Auto-Regressive Integrated Moving Average Available For Sale CBS CC CD CD Ratio CDBS CF CFRA CGRA CII CO CP Consolidated Banking Statistics Cash Credit Certificate of Deposit

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  • Commercial Banking and Finance

    Low interest rate increases bank profit The Federal Reserve has signalled that the interest rate will rise due to a slowing inflation and a sluggish economy (Kopecki 2010). The activities of reduced interest rates in order to boost profits of banking sector had been closed and so banks will start to earn less on investments and loans (Kopecki 2010). Therefore, most banks are finding it hard to earn money including Citigroup, Bank of America (BAC) and JPMorgan Chase (JPM) (Kopecki 2010). When

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  • Banking

    “Internet banking enables bank customers to handle account management and perform account transactions directly with the bank through the internet.  This is also known as internet banking. Online banking has made personal and business banking faster, more efficient and safer”. Every service offered by any company or institute have its own advantages and disadvantages. Same here internet banking is a service which is offered by banks. Its disadvantages are given as below: Advantages of Internet

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  • Commercial Banks

    Commercial Banks A commercial bank is a type of financial intermediary and a type of bank. It raises funds by collecting deposits from businesses and consumers via checkable deposits, savings deposits, and time deposits. It makes loans to businesses and consumers. It also buys corporate bonds and government bonds. Its primary liabilities are deposits and primary assets are loans and bonds. For Eg: - Arab-islamic Bank, Amman-Cairo Bank etc… .Commercial banks work with short term funds. Their

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  • Commercial Bankijg

    IOSR Journal of Business and Management (IOSRJBM) ISSN: 2278-487X Volume 3, Issue 4 (Sep,-Oct. 2012), PP 09-19 www.iosrjournals.org Performance Evaluation of the Banking Industry in Bangladesh: A Comparative Analysis K. M. Anwarul Islam1 1 (Department of Business Administration, The Millennium University, Bangladesh) ABSTRACT : The main focus of this research is to show comparison about the performance of Banks operating in Bangladesh. For this analysis we have used some most commonly

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  • Banking

    customers c. The process by which a bank borrows money from one source to give it to another individual or company that needs funding, investment or resources d. The process by which a bank trades in securities market 2. What is the core banking services? a. Collecting deposits; making loans; arranging payments b. Collecting deposits; making loans; financing infrastructure projects c. Making loans; arranging payments d. Collecting deposits;; arranging payments 3. What

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  • Commercial Bank

    Commercial bank: Commercial bank mostly deals with deposits and loans from corporations or large businesses. Famous Commercial Banks of Pakistan are Muslim Commercial Bank(MCB),United Bank,Habib Bank. Functions of Commercial Banks: The functions of a commercial banks are divided into two categories: - Primary functions - Secondary functions including agency functions. - Primary functions: The primary functions of a commercial bank include: - accepting deposits; and - granting loans

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  • Banking

    Note : Both the sections are compulsory. Section I CASE I : BANKING ON RELATIONSHIP The birth of ABC Bank took place after the RBI issued guidelines for the entry of new private sector banks in January 1993. Subsequently, the promoter of ABC Bank sought permission to establish a commercial bank and retained KPMG, a management consultant of international repute, to prepare the groundwork for establishing a commercial bank. The Reserve Bank of India conveyed its approval in principle

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  • Banking

    Gap B. Change in the Bank’s Net Worth The Limitations of Duration Gap Management Summary of the Chapter Concept Checks 6-1. What do the following terms mean: Asset management? Liability management? Funds management? Asset management refers to a banking strategy where management has control over the allocation of bank assets but believes the bank's sources of funds (principally deposits) are outside its control. Liability management is a strategy of control over bank liabilities by varying interest

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  • Commercial Banking

    specific, measures of liquidity need to be high enough to meet even unexpected changes in liquidity needs and sources (p.329).” A bank’s concern of having liquidity or the ability to convert an asset without a decrease in the price is important in the banking industry. In order to achieve such liquidity there are several things that can be evaluated such as: • The available assets easily convertible into cash. • The volatility of deposits. • The reliance of money market instruments and interest

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  • Banking

    derived from the ancient Latin words “Banco”, “Bangk”, “Bancus” and “Banque”. Meaning of these words is long bench. Once a class of people used to sit in the bench particularly in Lombardy street of Italy for taking deposit and lending money as a banking business. Definition of Bank: ➢ Different authors have defined the “Bank” in different ways with a common principle to accept deposit from the public and lending the same to the borrowers. ➢ Some important definitions are:

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  • Risks Facing Commercial Banking

    Affecting Commercial Banks:- Commercial banks considered as one of the main financial intermediaries in the market, therefore the factors that occurred a negative results on the commercial banks has a strongly affect upon the economic condition and securities markets as well, the risks factors that are affecting the commercial banks can be as the following :- Risks of Interest Rates:- The risk factor that's the most widespread is interest rate for the commercial banks, but commercial banks are

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  • Commercial

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  • Banking

    2. The decisions on how much risk to take and what type of risks to take are critical to the success of the business. 3. The essence of good management is making the right choices when it comes to dealing with different risks. 4. In banking, the risk is the possibility that a borrower or counterparty will fail to meet its obligations in accordance with the agreed terms, both in terms of time and quantity. 5. Risk does not come alone – the default of one firm may cripple affiliated

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  • Banking and It

    Analytical Study of Information Technology in Banking Sector: Opportunities, Challenges and Strategies Case study of selected banks operating in Kathmandu Valley Research Proposal Arika Kayastha Kathmandu College of Management BBIS 4th year, 1st Semester (2011 – 2015) A013408-11 To: Erika Gajurel Research Supervisor Kathmandu College of Management Gwarko, Lalitpur Contents Chapter I: Introduction 1 1.1 Background 1 1.2 Problem statement 3 1.3 Research Question 4 1.4 Research Objective 4 Chapter

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  • Commercial Banks

      Chapter 2 Commercial banks 1.You are travelling to work by train when a student seated next to you notices that  you work for a bank. She asks you what a bank is, why we have banks and what they do? In your own words, respond to her questions. A bank is essentially a financial institution that acts as a payment agent for customers by providing a wide range of financial services including the acquisition and provision of funds. They are the largest group of financial institutions within

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  • Banking

    Accounting Assessing the impact of Core Banking and service quality on Customer Satisfaction in Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (A case of Bishofftu Branch) By: Endalkachew Abebe A research project submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for masters of business administration degree in marketing Management June 2013 Hawassa, Ethiopia 1 Hawassa University College of Business and Economics School of Management and Accounting Assessing the impact of Core Banking and service quality on Customer

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  • Commercial Banks

    Some of the major important role of commercial banks in a developing country are as follows: Besides performing the usual commercial banking functions, banks in developing countries play an effective role in their economic development. The majority of people in such countries are poor, unemployed and engaged in traditional agriculture. Image Courtesy : worldpropertychannel.com/news-assets/Commercial-Lending-bank.jpg There is acute shortage of capital. People lack initiative and enterprise. Means

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  • Commercial Banks

    Commercial Banks A commercial bank is a type of financial intermediary and a type of bank. It raises funds by collecting deposits from businesses and consumers via checkable deposits, savings deposits, and time deposits. It makes loans to businesses and consumers. It also buys corporate bonds and government bonds. Its primary liabilities are deposits and primary assets are loans and bonds. For Eg: - Bank of Baroda, Canara Bank, Dena Bank etc.Commercial banks work with short term funds. Their

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  • Banking

    scheduled commercial banks by 50 basis points from 22.0 per cent to 21.5 per cent of their NDTL with effect from the fortnight beginning February 7, 2015; * Replace the export credit refinance (ECR) facility with the provision of system level liquidity with effect from February 7, 2015; * Continue to provide liquidity under overnight repos of 0.25 per cent of bank-wise NDTL at the LAF Repo rate and liquidity under 7-day and 14-day term repos of up to 0.75 per cent of NDTL of the banking system

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  • Banking

    Act) and even there only casually; he is neither defined nor explained. A customer of a banker need not necessarily be a person. A firm, joint stock Company, a society or any separate legal entity may be a customer. According to section 45-Z of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949, “Customer” includes a government department and a corporation incorporated by or under any law.2 Special types of customer means are those who are distinguished from other types of ordinary customers by some special features

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  • Is It Necessary to Combine Investment Banking and Commercial Banking?

    combine Investment Banking and Commercial Banking? Separation of Retail Banking and Investment Banking was a hot topic with President Obama’s proposal in January 2010 regarding a ban on US Banks on retail banks from using their own funds in investments and limiting to invest their customer’s funds. This news made many to wonder whether the world is going back to replace Glass Steagall Act which was abolished in 1999.(BBC,21January2010) Glass-Steagall Act(GSA)commonly known as Banking Act 1933 made

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  • Banking

    Islamic banking is relatively a new concept in the world. Before the inception of Islamic banking phenomenon, banks were institutes to be avoided by the millions of Muslims. Keeping aloof themselves from banking, Muslims began to loss their market in the world economy. As the competition the business world became more and more severe, businesspersons had no alternative banking premises and many of them were getting involved in the traditional banking. However, the traditional banking is based on

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  • Commercial Banking

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  • Commercial Banks

      Chapter 2 Commercial banks 1.You are travelling to work by train when a student seated next to you notices that  you work for a bank. She asks you what a bank is, why we have banks and what they do? In your own words, respond to her questions. A bank is essentially a financial institution that acts as a payment agent for customers by providing a wide range of financial services including the acquisition and provision of funds. They are the largest group of financial institutions within

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  • Banking

    to realize its full productive capacity, there would be a reduction in the ability to shift consumption through time and of course there would be other matters such as the decline in employment, GDP,....etc. Financial intermediaries, such as commercial or retail banks, insurance companies and mutual funds, are only interested in making a big profit, and there is no benefit to having them operating.” Do you agree or disagree with this comment? Provide arguments to substantiate your answer.

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  • Depository Institutions: Commercial Banking Industry of Bangladesh

    A REPORT ON DEPOSITORY INSTITUTIONS: COMMERCIAL BANKING INDUSTRY OF BANGLADESH Date of submission: 24th August 2015 Submitted to Farzana Lalarukh Associate Professor Department of Finance University of Dhaka Submitted by SL Name BBA ID Remarks 1 Sifat sadia 17-003 2 Barna Paul 17-047 3 Maghla Hossain 17-061 4 Saima Sultana 17-069 5 Nawsina Arif 17-085 Department of Finance University of Dhaka Date of Submission: 24th August, 2015

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  • Chapter 17 Commercial Banking Lending

    sell inventory, the amount of time needed to collect receivables and the length of time the company is afforded to pay its bills without incurring penalties. -Commercial and industrial loans represent the earliest form of lending that banks varied out in their more than 2000 years of history -close to 1/5 of commercial bank loans loan portfolio is classified as business or C&I loan Short-Term Business Loans • Self-Liquidating Inventory Loans- business loans, usually to support

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  • Banking

    Will Reforms Enable Outreach? M-CRIL Review of Rural Banking in India: Working Paper 1 Micro-Credit Ratings International Limited 602 Pacific Square, 32nd Milestone NH8, Gurgaon 122 001 INDIA Telephone: +91 124 230 9497, 230 9707, 405 0739, 426 8707; Fax: +91 124 230 9520 e-mail: contact@m-cril.com ; website: www.m-cril.com Study Sponsored by Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation Micro-Credit Ratings International Limited Table of Contents Section Background Executive Summary

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  • Commercial Banking

    TERM PAPER TITLE: COMMERCIAL BANKING IN KENYA PRESENTED TO: MRS. BOSIRE MARY PRESENTED ON: 19TH October 2011 ABSTRACT: This term paper analyses the commercial banking system in Kenya. In particular it focuses on the history of commercial banks from a general perspective then narrows down to Kenya’s context. It looks at the importance of commercial banks in Kenya, the roles/functions of commercial banks. It then focuses on the regulations that govern the commercial banks. Lastly it looks

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  • Banking

    Project report on credit appraisal in banks pdf A PROJECT REPORT ON CREDIT APPRAISAL - Free download as Word Doc.doc.docx, PDF File.pdf, Text file.txt or read online for free. CREDIT POLICY OF COMMERCIAL BANK y Commercial banks and its. As the credit appraisal is one of the crucial areas for any bank, some of the. Credit risk management state bank of india project report mba.Keywords: Credit Appraisal, MSME, NPA, Lakshmi Vilas Bank. 2-05, Requirements for the Appraisal Report 10252011. They

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  • Green Banking Practices of Commercial Banks in Bangladesh

    1.1 Introduction: A bank is a financial institution, where people secure their money and use this institution as a source of possible finance. Banking in the form in which it exists nowadays is comparatively of recent origin. Before the advent of modern banking, direct finance, where the owner of capital deals directly with the user of capital, was the customary mode of transference of funds from savers to investors. Now, banks are engaged in various

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  • Banking

    Examination Paper of Banking & Financial Services Management IIBM Institute of Business Management Examination Paper MM.100 Principles & Practices of Banking Section A: Objective Type & Short Questions (30 Marks)    This section consists of Multiple Choice & Short Note type questions. Answer all the questions. Part One carries 1 mark each & Part Two carries 4 marks each. Part One: Multiple Choices: 1. Frequency of First Tranche Returns is: a. Weekly b. Monthly c. Monthly/quarterly d. Monthly/quarterly/half-yearly

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  • Commercial Banks

    RESEARCH PROJECT CHALLENGES FACING THE PERFORMANCE OF COMMERCIAL BANKS IN KENYA A CASE STUDY OF CO-OPERATIVE BANK OF KENYA 1.0 INRODUCTION 2.1 Background of the Study Commercial banks are institutions which accepts deposits, makes business loans, and offers related services. Commercial banks also allow for a variety of deposit accounts, such as checking, savings, and time deposit. These institutions are run to make a profit and owned by a group of individuals, yet some may be members

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  • Banking

    Contract Act, Sec 17 suggests that a fraud means and includes any of the acts by a party to a contract or with his connivance or by his agents with the intention to deceive another party or his agent or to induce him to enter in to a contract. Banking Frauds constitute a considerable percentage of white-collar offences being probed by the police. Unlike ordinary thefts and robberies, the amount misappropriated in these crimes runs into lakhs and crores of rupees. Bank fraud is a federal crime

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  • Commercial Banks

    COMMERCIAL BANKS Commercial banks are important financial intermediaries serving the general public in any society. In most cases, commercial banks hold more assets than any other financial institution, in some cases, even more than Central Banks. Apart from their many functions, commercial banks facilitate growth and development. They lend in many areas or sectors of the economy. Viewed from the real sector, they contribute to investments, employment creation, and by extension the process of

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  • Banking

    1. Introduction to banking sector Whenever you think of Banks what comes to your mind? Your salary account, your savings account or if you are a businessman your current account. Maybe you are also thinking about loans you took from a bank – your home loan, your car loan or your personal loan. But, did you ever pause to think how does this industry actually work – What is the structure of the Indian Banking Industry? What is its business model? How does a bank make money? What is its future outlook

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  • Banking

    situation in the banking sector Nepal and to revealing of its core dependencies and potential risks in particular. The problem of the project is based on the statement that the banking sector in nepal exists only at rudimentary level because it has evolved difficult transition from highly centralized and planned economy to government-sector dominated, commodity-focused market economy of today. This project of “Banking" will give us the platform to use the software for basic banking purposes ranging

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