Banking Industry
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'The world's Local Bank', as they call it, is named after its founding member, The Hong-Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited, established in 1865 to finance the growing trade between Europe, India and China. Thomas Sutherland, a Scot who was then working for the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company, realised that there was considerable demand for local banking facilities on the China coast and Hong Kong.
Indian banking industry
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This research study aims to analyze the evolution of IT in the banking industry of India. The banking industry of India has a long history and with better use of IT, the industry has been able to come up with different innovations and services that have helped consumers of Indian banking industry. … The intention of this study is the banking industry of India.…
U.S Banking Industry
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This essay talks about banks which are financial institutions obligated to receive deposits from various organizations or individual customers or account holders then use such amounts to loan relevant customers. Banks may as well also contribute to the capital market.… As the essay declares the U.S banking Industry is faced with some limitations like the 2008…
Technology and Banking Industry
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Information technology has impacted each and every business in the modern times. Financial institutions rely a lot on gathering, analyzing and providing information to meet the needs of the customer. It is claimed that money is just incidental. Banking industry is basically an industry which deals with the exchange of information between people.… Some of the…
Market Research for Banking Industry
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Banks have been recognized through many generations of economist as the backbone of the world's progress towards financial stability. Establishing the said type of financial institution has caused many economists to believe that this is the practical source of their strength and their status in the society as primary establishers of economic advancement within the human society.…
American Banking Industry: History, Role, Ethics
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American Banking Industry Table of Contents Introduction 3 Review of Related Literatures 3 a) History of Banking Industry in America 4 b) The Role of the Banking Industry in the Social, Economic, and Political Setting of America 5 c) The Domestic and International Ethics, d) Ecological and Natural Resources 8 e) The Social Issues Faced by American Banking Industry, 10 f) The Corporate Stakeholders Response to the Issues Confronting the American Banking Industry 11 Rating of the Banking Industry’s Overall Social Responsiveness and Its Accomplishment Areas 14 Rating of Industry in Relation to the Core Values of Saint Leo University 15 Conclusion 16 References 17 Introduction The industry of b…
Economical crisis facing the banking Industry
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Online banking or e-banking has also increased the industry’s revenue. It is ideal for tourism, entertainment sectors where customers are expected to make payments through recognized electronic bank accounts. E-banking is also ideal between parties in different locations or nations.… However, some revenue comes from banking charges among other sources. The…
Technical Efficiency of China's Banking Industry
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Technical Efficiency of China’s Banking Industry: Comparison of State-owned Banks and Joint-stock Commercial Banks using a Stochastic Frontier Approach Institution Date Table of Contents 2.0 Literature Review 2 2.1Introduction 2 2.2Overview of China’s Banking Industry 2 2.3Description of Efficiency Theories 5 2.3.1Economic Efficiency 5 2.3.2Technical Efficiency 7 2.3.2.1Principal Agent Theory of Efficiency 7 2.3.2.2Definitions and Measures of Technical Efficiency 8 2.3.2.3Parametric Methods of Measurement 8 2.3.2.3.1Stochastic Frontier Approach (SFA) 9 2.3.2.3.1.1Overview of SFA 9 2.3.2.3.1.2Estimation of Technical Efficiency through SFA 10 2.3.2.4Non Parametric Methods of Mea…
Is the banking industry about to explode
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Running Head: Banking Industry in Recession Banking Industry in Recession Banking Industry in Recession The international financial crisis initiated in the United States’ mortgage market and causes a liquidity deficit within the United States’ banking system, the full blow of which began to be felt during the mid of 2007.… Since that time, concerned officials…
Customer Satisfaction and the Banking Industry
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This essay deals with the emerging trends in customer satisfaction and the customer support services to identify the degree to which these trends have affected the banking industry. In order to carry out qualitative research into the issue, the essay will follow an investigative mode. … Customer satisfaction may be defined as that sphere within an…
Current state of the U.S banking industry
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play an important role in safe guarding money, providing loans, providing credit, service payments like debit cards, checking accounts and cashier’s check. They may also provide products of insurance or investment. Banking consists of depository credit… It is also responsible for issuing the dollar (J. P. Morgan 12). Basically the US is dominated by three…
Mergers and Acquisitions in the Banking Industry
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This paper reviews much of the scientific literature on the market for corporate control of banks and other financial institutions through mergers and acquisitions (M&A). The evidence indicates that corporate takeovers generate positive gains, that target firm shareholders benefit, and that bidding firm shareholders do not lose.… The dominance of the US and…
Women Discrimination in the Banking Industry
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This inform about discrimination problem is based on data of a certain bank. This bank provides information about relevant variables such as gender, employment category, education level, previous experience in moths, beginning salary, current salary, minority classification, age in months, and months since hire. … Considering the above premise, we have run…
How the banking industry has been affected by online banking
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Banking Industry: Influences of Online Banking – How does online banking affect the banking industry Introduction Most of the industries in the world are driven by one single term i.e. ‘innovation’. The technological barrier to connectivity has been solved with the advent of internet in the 20th century.… Telecommunication systems and technologies help the…
How does online banking affect the banking industry
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How does online banking affect the banking industry? Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Abstract 3 Introduction 4 History of Online Banking 7 Internet Banking 7 Mobile Banking 9 Online banking-the increased momentum 10 Growth of Online Banking 12 Internet History and Growth 12 E-Commerce 13 Online Banking Development 17 Service Quality in Online Banking 19 Basic Model of service quality measurement 20 Some results of service quality measurement 21 Security and Risk in online banking 24 Authentication Mechanisms 25 Security as key determinants in online banking success 27 Online Banking – A few Statistics 29 Conclusion 31 List of Figures 33 References 34 Abstract With expansion in the glo…
Banking Industry Meltdown: The Ethical and Financial Risks of Derivatives
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Whereas some business entities have recorded exemplary performance as a result of good business practices, others have either closed down or made great losses for its investors… This is a discussion on the ethical perspectives on the banking industry meltdown. One of the primary reasons, why banking industry experiences financial meltdowns is due to failure…
Assess Competitive conditions in the banking industry in Saudi Arabia
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The establishment of modern day Saudi Arabian banking industry dates back to the establishment of the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) in 1952 (Almazari & Almuman, 2012; Homoud, 2011). Before the establishment of SAMA, which acts as the Central Bank of the country, a handful… udi Arabia, the need to establish and develop a modern banking industry was felt,…
Changes in Gulf banking industry after global financial crisis
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The financial crisis of 2007- 2008 has cast major impact on the global economy. However, some regions of the world have been affected more than the others. The gulf countries are one of these regions that have been worst affected by the global economic and financial crisis. … Conclusion The effects of the financial crisis have to be considered by the policy…
The Banking Industry of China: Structure-Conduct-Performance Analysis
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The purpose of the paper is to undertake the Structure-Conduct-Performance analysis of the Banking Industry in China. With the increasing foreign direct investment in China and the adoption of relatively flexible trade policy and regulations the banking industry in China resulted as robust growth in the last decade.… Overall the banking industry can enhance…
Banking Industry Meltdown: The Ethical and Financial Risks of Derivatives
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Deontology Fundamental to the theory’s applicability to understanding the banking crisis is its establishment of people’s rights such as “freedom of conscience, freedom of consent, freedom of privacy, freedom of speech, and due process” (Berry, 2013, p. 154). … These rights define morality through people’s conformity and can be explored from two…
The impact of the Financial Crisis on Banking Industry
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The impact of the financial crisis on banking industry The financial crisis of 2007-08 has severely affected the banking industry in the US and also across the globe. The banking and other financial intermediaries are facing significant amount of reduction in the amounts of disbursable funds, creating a negative effect on the level of investment in the economy.…
Banking Industry Meltdown: The Ethical and Financial Risks of Derivatives
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The banking industry would have benefited a lot from the use of the ethical theory called utilitarianism. “Utilitarianism a moral theory according to which an action is right if and only if it conforms to the principle of utility” (Mautner). This philosophy is based on making decisions to benefit the greatest amount of people.… A lot of these decision makers…
The impact of the financial crisis on banking industry
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The banking and other financial intermediaries are facing significant amount of reduction in the amounts of disbursable funds, creating a negative effect on the level… The list of disturbed banks on the watch list of the regulatory agencies is at a strangely high stage as well as is the absolute number of banks which are bankrupt and are forced to close. In…
Retaining Foreign Talents in the Dubai Banking Industry
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Background of the Study Financial institutions all over the world are experiencing various problems as regards attracting and retaining high quality technical talent. For instance, in India, the banking in the public sector experiences this particular problem due to the implemented salary structures therein (Shroff 2007).… Advani (2006) mentions that the said…
The research as defined examines M&A of the banking industry in both the US and EU banking industry
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Date DATA AND METHODOLOGY Data sample The research as defined examines M&A of the banking industry in both the US and EU banking industry that has lead to the formation of mega banks in the mentioned regions (Amihud & Travlos, 1990).… On the date when an M&A are, announced stock prices normally jump abnormally from the acquiring bank to the target company…
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