UAE Banking Sector
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Date Table of contents UAE Banking Sector………………………………………………… page 2 Introduction:……………………………………………………………. page 2 Importance of Banking Sector in UAE……………………………………….… Page 3 Find the ratio of Housing Loans/ Housing Debt in UAE…………………….. page 4 What are the components of housing loans in UAE…………………………… page 4 What are the consequences of not paying the housing…
Investigation in Cybercrime (Banking Sector)
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Literature Review “Investigation in Cyber Crime (banking sector)” The word cyber crime refers to unlawful acts performed through the use of electronic devices, this primarily includes the computer, crime over the network through use of internet, cell phone .Such crimes may be aimed at individuals, property, transactions, institutes such as banks and other organizations that hold valuables in form of cash and other assets.…
Credit crunch and banking sector
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Credit crunch may be defined as a credit crisis caused by the incapability of the financial system to offer adequate liquidity to the demands of a developing economy. The objective of the research is to analyse the causes of credit crunch and its effect on the economy.… Credit crunch was a strange term for people in the UK. But the phrase has become common as…
Investigation in Cybercrime (Banking Sector)
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The word cyber crime refers to unlawful acts performed through the use of electronic devices, this primarily includes the computer, crime over the network through use of internet, cell phone .Such crimes may be aimed at individuals, property, transactions, institutes such as… llected, these are the soft targets because the criminals do not have to go on the…
Impact of e-commerce in Banking sector
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Impact of e-Commerce in the Banking Sector The modern era has witnessed the widespread espousal of information technology in many business sectors. Many business establishments usually use information technology in processes such as managing organisational data.… The concept of electronic commerce is descriptive of the process of conducting commercial…
Banking sector ( PESTLE and SWOT analysis)
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Banking sector (PESTLE and SWOT analysis) Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 PESTLE Analysis of UBS 3 SWOT Analysis 8 Strategic recommendation 13 Reference 15 Bibliography 18 Introduction UBS is among the leading financial firms in the world and ranks sixth in the world in terms of market capitalisation.… The bank has integrated its…
Mergers and Acquisitions in UK Banking Sector
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Mergers and Acquisitions, which are abridged as M&A, are associated with the aspect of corporate strategy, corporate finance as well as management that take up with the buying, selling and unifying of different companies which can help, finance, or support a developing business in a given industry grow speedily, thereby, having to shun the creation of another business body.…
Banking sector ( PESTLE and SWOT analysis)
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The bank is based in Basel and Zurich, Switzerland with offices in over 50 countries. This includes all the major financial hubs. Drawing on its 150 year old… The bank is relatively new. It came into existence in 1998 with the merger of Swiss Bank Corporation and Union Bank of Switzerland. Today the bank has grown as a global firm with a strong market…
Equilibrium and competition in the banking sector
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Topic: Equilibrium and competition in the banking sector LITERATURE REVIEW Introduction Equilibrium and competition in the banking sector has been analysed through various general equilibrium banking models along with the role of mediation technology. … Literature speaks of limited equilibrium modelling. General equilibrium, according to researchers depends…
Financial Crisis in the UK Banking Sector
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Financial Crisis in the UK Banking Sector Name: Institution: Course: Tutor: Date: Financial Crisis in the UK Banking Sector Introduction Globalization trends have had significant effects on the functioning of the entire society. These are characterized by the free flow as well as movement of goods, information and populations.… Likewise, those that did not…
Financial products in banking sector
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A commercial bank provides a variety of services to meet the needs of its clients. These services can be broadly classified into consumer and corporate. A commercial bank works under the directives of a central bank that keeps an eye on the operations of a commercial bank.… ATM and Locker Services are mostly provided to deposit holders or account holders of a…
E-banking in the Saudi Arabian banking sector
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This paper “E-banking in the Saudi Arabian banking sector” aims to analyze the literature on the concept of customer satisfaction; hence it is divided into two major sections for the purpose of defining a flow. A very concise review of the concept itself is provided.… Customer satisfaction as a concept has occupied a unique position in marketing practice and…
The Implementation of Total Quality Management in Libyan banking sector
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Previous research in Strategic Business Management has shown that TQM implementation is important for banking sector in Libya for a variety of reasons. It provides motivation to the members of the organisation, reduces the chance of mistakes on employees’ behalf and brings… Continuous improvement is a key element which enables the organisation to meet customer…
Effect of Credit Crunch on Banking Sector in the UK
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This report has assessed the impacts of the credit crunch of the UK banking sector. Moreover, the reasons for such occurrences have also been determined. The most interesting fact of this report is that it will focus upon the sector that has been the origin of the credit crunch. … The origin of the credit crunch was in the US in the year 2007. Several…
Advantages of applying Accounting Information System in the banking sector
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The process involved a lot of paper work specifically in the case of large organizations that make thousands of transactions on a daily basis. However, there has been a commendable development in the… Business processes involve the coordination of closely related prearranged activities conducted either by the respective staff members or a computer. The main…
Investigating Japanese Banking Sector Competition - A panel data approach
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Investigating Japanese Banking Sector Competition – A Panel Data approach Abstract This paper investigates the degree of competitiveness in the Japanese Banking Sector. Using a longitudinal data set containing information on 1018 banks covering time span of 1988-2012 and applying a modified version of the Panzar-Rosse methodology suitable for the present purpose, several interesting insights are derived.…
An analysis of the United Arab Emirates banking sector
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Islamic Banking Introduction The recent global financial recession of 2008 is widely considered as one of the most impactful financial depressions witnessed by the global economy which has drastically influenced the global market. During the financial depression of the world economy, the profitability of UAE banking sector was observed to continuously decline fundamentally because of the massive reductions in the funding programs.…
How Can Motivation Reduce Employee Turnover in the Banking Sector
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The paper aims at the understanding of motivation theories that include reinforcement theory and its advantages and disadvantages in motivating employees, incentive theory and its impact in improving the performance and satisfaction level of employees.… The intention of this study is motivation as a term that refers to a process that controls and manages human…
The Effect of Internet Technology on the Retail Banking Sector
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A galore of Information Technologies developed over the past ten to fifteen years became integrated to create the network of computer networks which we now call the Internet. These Information Technologies we collectively describe as "Internet Technology".… Money too has moved from plastic cards to a form called "e-cash", "e-money" that is highly portable and…
The influence of Basel III in the French banking sector
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It defined the required minimum capital of the institutions of finance with the aim of reducing the credit risk at a minimum level. Banking… The bank is required to maintain a capital (Tier 1 and 2) that is equal to a minimum of 8% of “risk weighted assets”. For example, a bank with a “risk- weighted assets” worth $100 million will have to maintain a minimum…
Credit risk management in banking sector
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The drive by countries to improve the efficiency and resilience of their financial systems through deregulation, the development of domestic capital markets, the privatisation of state-owned financial entities and the encouragement of foreign bank entry are all measures adopted of late by governments to encourage efficiency into the banking system (BIS Paper No 33,2005). …
Effect of foreign direct investment in the banking sector on the Libyan banking industry
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For any investment to be termed as a foreign direct investment there must be “physical development of infrastructure in the new market”… n investor can “alter the way of doing business” for the new company including change of name, nature of doing business or the products on offer (Froot26-27). According to Barclay, firms mostly multinationals engage in…
An Analysis of US Commercial Banking Sector of USAs Banking Industry
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The researcher of this current essay will attempt to look into the robustness of commercial banking industry of USA , its future, whether it will witness another turmoil in the near future and recommendation to protect the commercial banking sector in USA.… It is evident from the study that strong rumour is haunting the global banking industry that another…
Global Business Environment - the Banking Sector of Pakistan vs. Uk&Greece
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Global Business Environment – the Banking sector of Pakistan vs. UK & Greece Name Grade Course Date 1. Banking Sector – boom and decline 1.1 Rise of the Banking Sector According to Davies (2010), banking sector – arguably the back bone of an economy, had seen incredible rise and growth in the early years of 2000s.… 1.2 The Crisis Chain The global financial…
Prepare an overview of the Banking Sector of INDIA. Mention your sources
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Various factors have led to the transformation of the sector - technological advancements and a liberalized marketplace – disintermediation, blurring of… This has led to competition and generated new level of expectations among the consumers. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is the central bank of the country and it closely monitors the developments in the…
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