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...banking PESTLE Analysis A number of factors influence any company, a sector or the overall business environment. To analyze the macro-environment the industry has been making use of PESTLE analysis. PESTLE factors include; Political: Today the world is indeed divided into many political arenas on the basis of issues like economic policies, fundamentalism, terrorism, oil exploration, nuclear power etc. The banking industry is the one whose association is required in almost all types of businesses. In the times when economic liberalisation is in full swing all around the globe, the attitude of governments determines the fate of banking operations in any country. HSBC has so far been doing well...
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Indian banking industry
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...industries. Banking industry is also one of the industries that have improved and being positively influenced by changes and advancement in the IT. IT has helped the banking industry to restructure and provide a lot more to the consumers than before. The introduction of merchandize banking, computer based banking, computer linked commutation banking, online banking, internet banking, ATMs, online shopping funds transfer, and a lot others have drastically improved the satisfaction level of consumers (Malhotra, & Singh, 2010b). Moreover, it has helped making transaction with the banks convenient (Kumbhar, 2011). This research study aims to analyze... ?INTRODUCTION: IT has influenced changes in a number of...
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American Banking Industry
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...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 banking... American...
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U.S Banking Industry
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...Banks are financial institutions obligated to receive deposits from various organizations or individual customers or account holders then use such amounts to loan relevant customers. Through economically approved loaning schemes, banks may as well also contribute to the capital market. This work focuses on some of economical and political effects on the banking industry in the United States and its consequences in China. Banking sector benefits are majorly from the banking charges and the interests earned are repayment of any loans. Currently, the industry is enjoying some favorable factors like increases in population, good interest rates, advanced security, improved technology...  ...
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Banking Industry in Recession
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...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. It resulted in the collapse of various financial institutions and in huge government involvement to stay away from a contagion effect within their economies. The United States credit market default that started the global recession all over the world has changed the financial setting significantly. Since that time, concerned officials have been attempting to come up with solutions to the...
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Technology and Banking Industry
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...Banking 8 Advantages of Online Banking 8 Mobile Banking 9 Security Issues in online banking 11 Conclusion 12 Bibliography 13 Introduction 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. As information... Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Literature Review 4 Research Methodology 5 Research Strategy 5 Time Horizons 6 Data Sources 6 Analysis 6 Auto Teller Machines (ATM) 6 Online Bankin...
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Degree in the banking industry
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...banking industry I intend to attain admission to study at Indiana University and pursue an undergraduate degree in the banking industry. I have special interests to pursue a career in the banking industry. Being a scholar, my principle objective is always to be a brilliant student in my studies, by being top of my class percentile, always maintaining a GPA of 3.6 and receiving recognition from my professors. The reason that drives me to apply in this institution is the business school at Bloomington, known as The Kelley School of business. This school provides a great environment for students to interact and network with the right persons with similar interests and create connections... Degree in the...
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Market Research for Banking Industry
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...banks. However, situations changed and matters about financial growth caused a lot of individuals lose sight of the possibility of losing track of the development and falling off the trail towards freedom and financial progress. This is what has happened among bank industries as they face the world's most devastating situation of global financial crisis. The imbalance of monetary distribution has now caused many ordinary people who were basically the main clients of local bank branches are now opting to spend their money than save it since what they are earning now is just enough for their daily... The Qualitative Research Phase BANKING CONSUMERS: HOW THEIR PERCEPTIONS AFFECT THE SMALLER BANKING...
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Is the banking industry about to explode
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...Banking Industry in Recession Banking Industry in Recession [Institute’s 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. It resulted in the collapse of various financial institutions and in huge government involvement to stay away from a contagion effect within their economies. The United States credit market default that started the global recession all over the world has changed the financial setting significantly. Since that time, concerned officials have been attempting to come... Running Head: Banking ...
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Economical crisis facing the banking Industry
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...banking Industry Banks as financial s receives deposits from s then directs such amounts to several individuals, businesses, organizations or states through a certain loaning scheme. Banks can also contribute to the capital market. Banks’ benefits are majorly from the interests earned after loan repayments. However, some revenue comes from banking charges among other sources. The banking sector has developed due to some favorable factors like increase in population, hence customers, Good interest rates as stipulated by the central bank, improved security, advanced banking technologies and increase in banking professionals among other factors (Morr 2009). However... ? Economical crisis facing the banking...
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Technical Efficiency of China's Banking Industry
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...Banking Industry: Comparison of owned Banks and Joint-stock Commercial Banks using a Stochastic Frontier Approach Name Course 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 Measurements 12... ? Technical Efficiency of China’s...
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Customer Satisfaction and the Banking Industry
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...Banking Industry By Devangini Mahapatra Chauhan satisfaction in today's world has come to occupy a place of vital importance. The phrase, "customer is king", is not just a phrase anymore. It is symbolic of the changing times where consumer courts are waiting to help citizens assert their rights. In this context, a traditional industry like banking has followed the trend and pulled up its socks. The characteristic laid back attitude of the banking industry has been long replaced by almost paperless transactions and phone support systems. This essay deals with the emerging trends in customer satisfaction and the customer support services to identify the degree... to which these trends have...
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Current state of the U.S banking industry
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...BANKING INDUSTRY Nature of the Industry Banks in U.S. play an important role in safe guarding money, providing loans, providingcredit, service payments like debit cards, checking accounts and cashier’s check. They may also provide products of insurance or investment. Goods and services Banking consists of depository credit inter-mediation and Monetary Authorities-Central Bank. The Federal Reserve in the U.S. plays the role of a Central Bank and it thus supervises the state’s supply of money and also other matters like international reserves, domestic banks, holds reserve deposits and controls the central banks of other countries. It is also responsible for issuing the dollar (J. P... GENERAL OF U.S....
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Mergers and Acquisitions in the Banking Industry
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...Banking Industry VALUE CREATION -MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY INTRODUCTION 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. Much attention has been devoted to the issue of the motivations behind managerial pursuit of an acquisition policy and the resulting impact on firm value. For banking, in particular, the issue is of crucial... Running head: Value Creation -Mergers and Acquisitions in the...
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Women Discrimination in the Banking Industry
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...banking industry 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. We have based the discriminatory analysis based on the next premise. Women discrimination, in relation to our research, exists when the difference in the beginning salary and current salary between men and women is statistically significant, after controlling for employment category, educational level, previous experience, months since... Is there Women discrimination in the...
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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. According to Kalakota & Whinston (cited in Aladwani, 2001) last few years have witnessed profound technological changes among which is the advent of electronic commerce (IEC) or the exchange of products and payment via telecommunication systems. Internet technology holds...
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How does online banking affect the banking industry
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...banking affect the banking industry? Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 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 global banking... ? How does online...
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Banking Industry Meltdown: The Ethical and Financial Risks of Derivatives
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...Banking industry has often been hit by meltdown owing to the failure of management and employees to articulate finances and derivatives... The Ethical and Financial Risks of Derivatives It is undeniable that success and integrity of any business lies on the integrity of business ethics. 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 due to breach of business ethics. Certainly, integrity of business ethics lies within the hands of the business managers and employees, as well. Therefore, discourse of any business action primarily depends on decision makers within the business....
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Assess Competitive conditions in the banking industry in Saudi Arabia
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...Banking Industry in Saudi Arabia Competitive Conditions in the Banking Industry in Saudi Arabia Introduction 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 of foreign banking companies in collaboration with the domestic small scale money exchange companies provided the necessary financial and banking services in the country. However, owing to the significant increase in the wealth and economic activity due to production of oil in Saudi Arabia... Competitive Conditions in the...
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The Banking Industry of China: Structure-Conduct-Performance Analysis
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...Banking Industry of China: Structure-Conduct-Performance Analysis The Banking Industry of China: Structure-Conduct-Performance Analysis [Writer's Name] [Institution's Name] Executive summary: 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. The foreign banks are giving a healthy competitive environment to the Chinese local and state owned banks. The local banks suffer the hindrances such as bad... Running head: The...
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Changes in Gulf banking industry after global financial crisis
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...banking in the Gulf area since the Financial Crisis Table of Contents Introduction 3 Financial and economic condition of the gulf region 3 Islamic banking in the contemporary finance world 4 Changes in Gulf banking industry after global financial crisis 5 Technological changes 5 Changes in training and development 5 Changes in corporate governance 6 Conclusion 6 Reference List 8 Introduction 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. Therefore, the banking... ?Changes in...
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Banking Industry Meltdown: The Ethical and Financial Risks of Derivatives
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...Banking industry meltdown: The ethical and financial risks of derivatives November 30, Banking industry meltdown: The ethical and financial risks of derivatives Determine which moral philosophy (as discussed in Chapter 6) is most applicable to an understanding of the banking industry meltdown. Explain your rationale. Deontology is the best ethical philosophy for understanding the banking industry meltdown. The theory focuses on rights of member of the society and on intentions of actors. It argues that an actor ought to frame actions in order to respect...
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The impact of the Financial Crisis on Banking Industry
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...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. Also the lower level of investment is creating negative effects on the level of production and thus on the amounts of banking deposits (Bexley et al., 2011, p. 2). This paper is aimed at describing the effects of the financial crisis on banking industry. The issue and positive and negative externalities: The list of disturbed banks... on the watch list of the regulatory...
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Banking Industry Meltdown: The Ethical and Financial Risks of Derivatives
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...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. When executives made decisions that did not consider that the risks they were taking by investing excessively in the derivates market they thought only of themselves. The risks taken by them were higher than risk adverse shareholders would approve and this was done without notifying the shareholders of their actions. A lot of these decision makers forgot that their efforts...
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The impact of the financial crisis on banking industry
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...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. Also the lower level of investment is creating negative effects on the level of production and thus on the amounts of banking deposits (Bexley et al., 2011, p. 2). This paper is aimed at describing the effects of the financial crisis on banking industry. The issue and positive and negative externalities: The list of disturbed banks... on the watch list of the regulatory...
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Retaining Foreign Talents in the Dubai Banking Industry
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...banks in Bulgaria. Generally, this problem is brought about by various issues such as the competition for limited banking resources such as the location that can be used to establish banks, the availability of skilled employees and eligible clients (The Oxford Business Group 2008). In Dubai, as well as in the other members of the Gulf Cooperative Council (GCC), retaining foreign talent in their banking industry is likewise an important issue issue. During the past years, the said countries, most especially Dubai, has been considered attractive in terms of enticing expatriate professionals Nevertheless, it was only considered as relatively successful in a sense that it has merely served... ?Chapter...
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The research as defined examines M&A of the banking industry in both the US and EU banking industry
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...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). The technique to be used is the accounting performance model that would help in the determination of the valuation effects amidst the structural changes in the banks due to the mergers. In supporting the above intentions, the event study methodology shall be applied. On the date when an M&A are, announced stock prices normally jump abnormally from the acquiring bank to the target company (Banerjee & Cooperman, 2000). In addition, M&A’s which resulted into the creation... ? DATA AND METHODOLOGY Data sample The research as defined examines M&A of the...
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Mergers and Acquisitions in the Banking Industry Research Paper
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...Banking Industry-A Case Study of Five Mergers & Acquisitions in Banking Industry Citigroup Inc. Citigroup is a major financial service provider group based in the New York City. The company was formed after the merger between The Citicorp and Travelers Group in April 1998. The company is the primary dealer when it comes to US treasury based securities and has been operating on the DOW since 1997. Stock Price The stock price of the Citicorp in January 1998 opened at $54.00 and closed at $49.56. The highest stock price reported in the month was at $54.38 with the lowest being $45.13 and the volume being traded at $7,562,600. The adjusted closing... Value Creation through Mergers and Acquisitions in the...
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An Analysis of US Commercial Banking Sector of USAs Banking Industry
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...Banking Sector of USA’s Banking Industry Table of Contents S.NO HEADING Page No 3 2 Methodology 4 3 Introduction 4 4 Findings and Discussion -Commercial Banks in USA- An Analysis 5 5 Conclusion and Recommendations 15 6 References 17 Abstract As per Berger, Kashyap, & Scalise (1995), commencing from 1980s, a number of factors were responsible for the instability of commercial banking industry in USA. A chain of deregulations facilitated other modes of financial service business like credit unions, thrifts and insurance and security firms – to venture into provinces once predominantly kept for commercial banks. In the first quarter of 2011 alone, there is a sharp increase... ? An Analysis of US Commercial...
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Effect of foreign direct investment in the banking sector on the Libyan banking industry
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...banking sector on the Libyan banking industry Introduction. Foreign direct investment refers to the commitment of funds by a foreign company in a new market with the aim of increasing profitability. For any investment to be termed as a foreign direct investment there must be “physical development of infrastructure in the new market” (Froot 19). An investment in a foreign market can also be referred to as a FDI if the foreign company acquires a significant stake in an already existing firm. The acquired stake must enable the foreign firm to have a controlling interest in the company. This means that the foreign investor can “alter the way of doing business... Effect of foreign direct investment in the...
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Assignment 4: Banking Industry Meltdown: The Ethical and Financial Risks of Derivatives
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...Banking Industry Meltdown Number It is important to that moral philosophy and business ethics, though being distinctly unique, have special roles in the wellbeing of all corporate sectors and industries. This is to the effect that moral philosophy and business ethics are the points on which corporate sectors and industries rise and fall. The upholding of moral philosophy and business ethics has always injected honesty, higher ethical values and professionalism in corporate sectors and industries. Conversely, the disregarding of moral philosophy and business ethics has always led to the unraveling of...
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The Graduate Labor Market of The Banking Industry Of The United Kingdom
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...Banking Industry of the United Kingdom It is important to know about the graduate labor market in the UK for any graduate as it gives the graduate an edge in finding a job that is suited for them. It is invaluable in knowing the quantity of suitable jobs available if any for the graduate. It is also very helpful in determining approximately how much to expect in earnings from the prospective jobs available to the graduate (Reuben, 1991). According to Butcher (2010), employees in the top consulting firms , investment banks and other banking related players like accounting seem to have been recruiting fewer graduates now after a consistent increase over the past three... The Graduate Labor Market of the...
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The Effect of Bad Debt Management in Nigerian Banking Industry and Remedies
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...Banking Industry and Remedies – A Case Study of Afribank Nigeria Plc Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 CHAPTER ONE 4 1.Introduction 4 1.1Background of the Study 5 1.2Problem Statement 6 1.3Aim and Objective of the Study 6 1.4Significance of the Study 7 1.5Scope and Limitation of the Study 8 1.6Definition of Terms 9 CHAPTER TWO 10 2.Literature Review 10 2.1Nigerian Banking Industry and its Role in Economic Growth 10 2.2Deregulation of the Banking System 12 2.3Credit Risk and its Management Strategies 13 2.4Impact of Credit Risk 17 CHAPTER THREE 19 3.Research Methodology 19 3.1Justification of the Methodology 19 3.2Research Methodologies 20 3.2.1... ? The Effect of Bad Debt Management in Nigerian...
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Graduate Labor Market Of Banking Industry In The United Kingdom (Information For 2nd Year Economics Undergraduate.)
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...Banking Industry in the United Kingdom: The current labor market is flooded with degree holders boasting of admirable credentials as they seek employment in various sectors of the economy. However, it is worth noting that these graduates still do not measure up to the employment requirement leading to the soaring unemployment which keeps rising every day. The banking industry is one of the key pillars of the economy since the monetary and fiscal policies which dictate the direction of the economy are regulated through it (Kirkpatrick, 1996). This means that the financial sector, in general, and the banking industry in specific require that the individuals seeking jobs... The Graduate Labor Market of the...
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Are premiums paid for takeovers overvalued before and after the financial crisis in Greek banking industry
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...banking industry? Literature Review Literature review is vital part of the dissertation as it provides crucial views of the prominent researchers and scholars in the respective area. In this part of the dissertation, summary of the past researches in relation to the topic of the research are collected. Thus literature review is secondary source of gathering information hence it does not contribute any original thought in the context of the research. However, it is important part of the dissertation because it makes significant contribution in backing the researcher’s point of view while providing current... ? Are premiums paid for takeovers overvalued before and after the financial crisis in Greek...
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The Impact of the OECD Standard on the Swiss Banking Industry
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...Banking Industry Literature review. In the year 2007, the financial s in the US became bankrupt and suffered losses. This was due to the subprime crisis which influenced the financial crisis. This is the period in which US had different types of economic developments. In September 2008, the situation was at its peak since this is the period when Lehman Brothers (US bank investment) collapsed (Shaffer, 2000). This crisis further advanced into the financial sector. The developments were of strong influence in the actual economy and as the year 2008 came to an end the whole economy had gone through the ensuing crisis (Gugler & Siebert, 2007). Despite... ? The Impact of the OECD Standard on the Swiss Banking ...
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An Analysis of the Impact of the Internet on Competition in the Banking Industry, using Porters Five Forces Model
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...Banking Industry Answer Introduction The emergence of the internet in the banking industry has created both threats and opportunities for banks. With the emergence of the internet, the banking industry becomes more volatile and dynamic. Internet affects the competitive landscapes of banking in various ways such as changing the structure of the industry, creating competitive advantage for banks and developing new businesses. Impact of the internet on competitive landscape of banking industry Rules of competition: Through the internet, smaller banks and companies can gain advantage and set new standards of competition. There are the same rules of competition... Impact of Internet on Competition in Banking ...
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The linkage between corporate social responsibility and risk management to the banking industry: HSBC and Standard Chartered
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...Banking Industry: HSBC and Standard Chartered A dissertation submitted to For the degree of By Candidate’s Name 2011 FACULTY OF ACCOUNTING, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND COMMERCE Copyright Abstract This dissertation examines the relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and risk management in the banking sector. Although all firms face some market risk, it is possible to mitigate other risks including social and reputation risks by emphasising implementation of CSR initiatives. In the present day and age, global corporations are the subject of scrutiny for their policies and practices across the world... ? The Linkage between Corporate Social Responsibility and Risk Management in the...
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The linkage between corporate social responsibility and risk management to the banking industry: HSBC and Standard Chartered
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...Banking Industry: HSBC and Standard Chartered A dissertation submitted to For the degree of By Candidate’s Name 2011 FACULTY OF ACCOUNTING, BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND COMMERCE Copyright Abstract This dissertation examines the relationship between Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and risk management in the banking sector. Although all firms face some market risk, it is possible to mitigate other risks including social and reputation risks by emphasising implementation of CSR initiatives. In the present day and age, global corporations are the subject of scrutiny for their policies and practices across the world... ? The Linkage between Corporate Social Responsibility and Risk Management in the...
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E-Recruitment in the banking Industry a comparative study in to the UK bank Lloyds TSB and Indian bank ICICI
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...banking Industry a comparative study in to the UK bank Lloyds TSB and Indian bank ICICI Kiran 9/3/2012 ABSTRACT E-recruitment is pertaining to the use of information technology in the recruitment processes of each bank. Through the strict implementation of e-recruitment, each bank can speed up and improve the overall quality of the banks’ recruitment services. Banks like Lloyds TSB in UK and ICICI in India spent a lot of money on its e-recruitment platform. Among the common reasons why these two banks invested on e-recruitment is to get hold of the most highly competitive individuals to join the team, speed up, and further improve its existing... ?Birmingham MBA Dissertation E-Recruitment in the banking...
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Value Creation through Mergers and Acquisitions in the Banking Industry-A Case Study of Five Mergers & Acquisitions in Banking Industry-- JP Morgan Merger with
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...bank will be formed and they can raise the penalty now. In this way the monopoly power can... Conclusion In this research we have studied the cases of five mega mergers. Our objective is to analyse whether these acquisitions pronounced success. We have made an effort to judge the justifiability of merger on the ground of value creation. In this purpose we have used the two techniques. The first one is the event study methodology, for which the target variables are abnormal stock price return (ASRP), cumulative abnormal stock price return (CASRP) and the Sharpe ratio. The second one method is the accounting performance techniques, in which the target variables are return on equity (ROE), an indicator of...
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Financial stability and resilience of the banking industry are the main current concerns of national and international regulator
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...banking industry are the main current concerns of national and international regulators Discuss Introduction Banking is regarded as the heart of global financial system for the reason banks act as the intermediary for pumping money from those who have it to those who are in need of it. Banks have come to play a prominent role in the global financial system which has evolved over a period of time by sustaining under the belief finance per se has the ability to stimulate spending at the national and global levels which further is believed to be responsible in overcoming the ‘hoarding’ that was seen in the medieval economies. However, when the economies were... ?Financial stability and resilience of the...
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HR Factors that Affect Quality of Customer Service in the Banking Industry in the UAE (National Bank of Abu Dhabi) part 2
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...Banking Industry in the UAE (National Bank of Abu Dhabi) of the of the professor: Abstract The banking industry and its survival and success depend a lot upon how the customers perceive the banks and the banking industry. The goal of the banks aimed at getting customer satisfaction has become more important as a strategy for the bank to retain the customers after the onslaught of the global recession. In any business that acts in a B2C environment satisfying the customers is the ultimate motive of the companies’ and the only way to form a sustainable business in the long run. However it is easier said than done. This is because it is quite difficult... HR Factors that Affect Quality Service in the...
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Organisational Culture and Corporate Performance In the Banking Industry: OR Organisational culture, Employee Performance and customer Satisfaction in the Retail Industry
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...Banking Industry: A case study of Barclays Bank Table of Contents Introduction 3 1. Organizational Culture 3 1.2. Three major authors 4 1.3. Contribution of the study 4 2. Research objective 5 2.1. Research questions 5 3. Literature Review 5 3.1. Organisational culture and performance 5 4. Data and Methodology 7 4.1. Data Collection 7 4.2. Sampling 7 4.3. Data collection instrument 8 4.4. Research philosophy 8 4.5. Research Approach 8 4.6. Qualitative analysis and its importance 9 5. Ethical Considerations 9 6. Timeline 10 Reference List 11 Bibliography 13 1. Introduction Organizational development is dependent on several factors... a holistic view of organizational objectives that are to...
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Analysing the technical efficiency of China's banking industry by comparing the results between two groups of banks; State-owned banks and Joint-stock commercial banks using a stochastic frontier approach
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...Banking Industry: Comparison of owned Banks and Joint-stock Commercial Banks using a Stochastic Frontier Approach Name Course 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 Measurements 12... Technical Efficiency of China’s...
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Research paper SarbanesOxley Act of 2002 and DoddFrank law on banking industry
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...banks, savings institutions, and insurance companies are found to have benefited from the legislations. While the importance of revealing financial information to the public cannot be over emphasized, it is critical that this be voluntary to enable higher quality of disclosure. Conclusion This study evaluates the wealth impacts from the passage of the Sarbanes–Oxley Act of 2002 (Sarbox) and Dodd-Frank law on firms in the financial services industry. Because the aim of the legislation was to reduce the opacity of financial statements, we hypothesize and find that the more opaque segments... Sarbanes–Oxley Act of 2002 and Dodd–Frank law Sarbanes–Oxley Act of 2002 and Dodd–Frank law Introduction Following...
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In 2008 the Global Financial Crisis hit the world economy. Critically assess the strategic factors that led to the collapse of the global banking industry. Outline a strategy for ensuring such an event does not re-occur
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...banks can be considered to have been primary authors of their own demise by undertaking risky business endeavors. The cultures within sections of the banking industry were increasingly inclined towards risk taking, which eventually yielded the meltdown of the financial system (Cline 2010, p.236). Nevertheless, this was not only a breakdown within individual banks, but also of the supervisory system fashioned at shielding the public from systemic risk. The collapse of the banking industry in the UK was dramatic given... Global Financial Crisis Introduction The financial crisis that was witnessed in 2008 yielded the worst recession since the Great Depression of 1929. The 2008 financial crisis started as ...
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Methodology for Analysing the technical efficiency of China's banking industry by comparing the results between two groups of banks; State-owned banks and Joint-stock commercial banks using a stochastic frontier approach
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...banks and Joint-Stock Commercial Banks China Banking System A brief history of the analysis This section involves the review stochastic frontier analysis (SFA). More so, its influential antecedents: empirical and theoretical. Furthermore, l events leading to original developments of SFA are recalled. The conclusion entails of a summary of the most important developments of SFA from 1977. The article discusses in detail many of the SFA’s developments. The empirical evidence on banking efficiency aims at highlighting features associated with the role of economic development and banking reforms in China over the given time. This is as a result of changes in China’s banking... Comparison between owned banks...
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Commercial law: Privacy and terrorism are two increasingly important concerns of the banking industry. What are the duties of a banker in relation to the handling of his clients information In the light of the risks ...see attach file for question
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...Banking is one of the important factors in the development and stability of the nation. The stability of the nation is closely connected to the soundness of its banking system. Banking promotes investments and security to the people. In this light, bankers are tasked to safeguard the interest of their clients. The Duty of the banker to his client The primodial duty of the banker in relation to the handling of his client’s information is to observe confidentiality, that is, not to divulge to any third persons without the consent of the customer express or implied: the state of the customer’s account, any of his... Duties of the Banker to his Client in the Era of Rampant Terrorist Activity Introduction:...
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A critical analysis of Morabaha in Islamic commercial law application within islamic banking and finance industry
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...Banking and Finance Industry Issue of Murabahah and Opinions ofMuslim Scholars and School of Thought: Islamic banking commenced its service with the personal effort of some Muslims who were concerned with the difficulties in riba. Now there are more than two hundred Islamic financial establishments all over the world. Actually, Murabahah is a term associated with Islamic Fiqh, which indicates to a particular type of sale, and it has nothing to do with financing. Islamic scholars still argue that, the structuring of Murabahah financing is rather different from the overdraft facility prepared along conventional lines... A critical Analysis of Murabahah in Islamic Commercial Law Application within Islamic...
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