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UAE Banking Sector
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...Banking Sector………………………………………………… page 2 Introduction:……………………………………………………………. page 2 Importance of Banking Sector in UAE……………………………………….. page 2 Concentration of Banks in UAE………………………………………………… page 2 Importance of real estate in UAE………………………………………………. Page 3 Find the ratio of household debt/household disposable income 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 loans?...................... page 5 Analysis and Valuation……………………………………………………. Page 6 Current banking policy regarding real estate exposure in UAE …………... page... Table of contents UAE...
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Investigation in Cybercrime (Banking Sector)
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...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. Although cyber crimes pose threat to every individual, however the banking sector is at great threat from these crimes. The banks serve as ideal spot where deposits and assets of many people are collected, these are the soft targets because the criminals do not have to go... on the spot and steal the valuables, rather...
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Credit crunch and banking sector
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...banking sector Chapter Introduction 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. Credit crunch is marked by decreased corporate cash flows that lead to an increased demand for funds to perform the expenditure of companies, as in the case of a decrease in personal savings that will lead to an increased requirement for funds to run a household. Industrial and commercial loan growth slows down late during a crunch period because banks become gradually obligated to limit lending due to the slow growth rate of deposit and other obligations on bank reserves. Therefore... Credit crunch and...
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Investigation in Cybercrime (Banking Sector)
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...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. Although cyber crimes pose threat to every individual, however the banking sector is at great threat from these crimes. The banks serve as ideal spot where deposits and assets of many people are collected, these are the soft targets because the criminals do not have to go... Literature Review “Investigation in Cyber Crime (banking...
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Impact of e-commerce in Banking sector
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...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. In such cases, information technology has to do with the operation of computers, as well as the use of computer software for processes such as converting data, protection, storage, and the retrieval of information. More than any other sector, the banking sector has implemented various functions of information technology to ease the process of providing services for customers in varied locations. The concept of electronic commerce... is descriptive of the process...
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Conflict Management in the Banking Sector
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...Banking Sector Background Organizational conflict arises between two or more members of the organization. It may be brought about due to an umber of factors ranging from scarcity of resources, job allocation, having different perceptions in relation to goals and values in the organisation, poor leadership styles, stereotyping, lack of organizational skill, corruption among others factors. Organisational conflict impact negatively on the performance of the organistion .For example if conflicts are not resolved, the employee performance is greatly affected because there will be no team work and collaboration leading to poor performance, time wastage and lack... Proposal on Conflict management in the...
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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 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 heritage the investment bank serves institutional, private and corporate clients across the globe including some Swiss based retail clients. The bank has integrated its investment banking, wealth management and asset... ...
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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 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 heritage the investment bank serves institutional, private and corporate clients across the globe including some Swiss based retail clients. The...
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Mergers and Acquisitions in UK Banking Sector
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...banking sector Table of Contents Introduction 2. Types of M & A 3. Motives for M &A 3.1 Motives for M & A in Banking Sector 4. Measurement of M&A success in banking sector 5. Determinants of M & A Success in Banking Merger 5.1 Financing- Cash and Stock 5.2 Asset Size of the Acquirer 5.3 Profit and Activity Focus 6. Conclusion 7. References 1. Introduction 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... Performance Analysis of M&A in UK...
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Equilibrium and competition in the banking sector
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...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. Banking competition plays a critical part in the equilibrium level in various monopolistic, perfect and conditions of imperfect competition, as depending on the mediation technologies. Literature speaks of limited equilibrium modelling. General equilibrium, according to researchers depends on various market conditions. Further, level of equilibrium in banking industry depends on competition and financial stability, which depends further on banks’ risk... ?Topic: Equilibrium and competition in the...
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Financial Crisis in the UK Banking Sector
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...Banking Sector 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. They have made the society to be increasingly integrated into a single community. The sharing of information and products has greatly affected the standards of living of individuals. Populations that did not have access to quality products previously have had a chance to benefit from the same through the free flows of products across the globe. Likewise, those that did not have access to important natural resources... ? Financial Crisis in the UK...
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Financial products in banking sector
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...bank provides a variety of services to meet the needs of its These services can be broadly ified 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. (Lipsey and Chrystal, 2003) There is a variety of services provided under the head of consumer bank. A commercial bank provides ATM, Locker, Loans, Home Loans, Study Loans and Credit Card services to end consumers. The reason why these are known as consumer banking services is because the amount of credit creation in this sector is limited as compared to corporate banking. ATM and Locker Services are mostly provided to deposit holders... or account...
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E-banking in the Saudi Arabian banking sector
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...banking sector, and furthermore in order to narrow the case in focus, the service quality of E-banking in the Saudi Arabian banking sector is taken under consideration. All the analysis is in light of the literature available with regards to the topics under study. 1-CUSTOMER SATISFACTION This part of the paper will focus on the wider definition of customer satisfaction which is acceptable amongst researchers, and further extending to include the concept of service quality, also highlighting the distinctness of both the constructs and the correlation amongst them. The last part of this section deals with defining and explaining the notion of service quality... ? Literature Review and Section # of...
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The Implementation of Total Quality Management in Libyan banking sector
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...banking sector Project To investigatethe implementation of Total Quality Management philosophy within Libyan banking sector. Background 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 satisfaction to the internal and external customers for the bank. TQM also help an organisation to improve product quality and measure performance. TQM implementation enables an organisation to meet customers’ expectation in long run... The Implementation of Total Quality Management in Libyan banking...
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Effect of Credit Crunch on Banking Sector in the UK
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...Banking Sector in the UK It is a recognised fact that finance is the backbone of any economy and banking sector is the indispensible part of the financial segment of the economy. Similar to the other parts of the world, UK banking sector was also badly affected by the recent credit crunch that erupted in the mid 2007. 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. At the initial stage of the report the readers would be introduced... with the objectives and the...
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Advantages of applying Accounting Information System in the banking sector
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...banks engaged in were hand recorded. 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 management of the accounting information. A new system, involving the use of accounting software, has been discovered and implemented. The use of accounting software has significantly aided the storage and processing of the accounting information system in the banking sector (Romney & Steinbart, 2012). Business processes involve the coordination of closely related prearranged... Accounting Information System Task Introduction In the past, every transaction that the banks...
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Investigating Japanese Banking Sector Competition - A panel data approach
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...Banking Sector Competition – A Panel Data approach 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. We find that the overall Japanese Banking industry has a monopolistically competitive structure. But, the nature of competitiveness is not the same across all bank sizes. The most important finding of the paper is that the degree of competitiveness has been falling over the last two decades and this can... ? Investigating Japanese...
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An analysis of the United Arab Emirates banking sector
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...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. The banking sector also had to undergo significant pressure on investment and security portfolios, tumbling real estate market and non-availability of adequate funds to allocate loans as per the market requirements. Since the year 2005 to 2007, the banking sectors... ? Islamic Banking...
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How Can Motivation Reduce Employee Turnover in the Banking Sector
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...Banking Sector? By [Presented to] of ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Enthusiasm is excitement with inspiration, motivation, and a pinch of creativity: Bennett Motivation can do wonders along with turning a simple thought and idea into a master piece. The thought of conducting the research on prospects of motivation reducing employee turnover in banking sector was well motivated and supported by a number of people. The research would like to offer his gratitude to all these people by acknowledging their support, motivation and cooperation. At first, the researcher would like to thank his supervisor……. for his compassionate support and motivation that helped... and business environment. The research topic aims...
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The Effect of Internet Technology on the Retail Banking Sector
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...Banking Sector: A Transaction Cost Economics Analysis Dhruv March 2006 Table of Contents Abstract 3 Introduction 4 Definitions 4 Internet Technology (IT) 4 Retail Banking Sector (RBS) 7 Literature review... Age. In this paper, we examine Williamson's Transaction Cost Economics (TCE) and use it to analyze the...
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Credit risk management in banking sector
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...sector that has been observed in a number of countries could lower credit risk if the concentration of bank assets fell, if consumer credit diversifies risk among a larger number of borrowers. Moreno (2006), further states that, credit risk could rise if banks are lending in new market segments. Second, there is significant credit risk associated with the effects of asset price fluctuations on banking books. One concern in this case is the volatility associated with property prices, a phenomenon that appears to be quite generalized in the world financial system (Mohanty et al., (2006). Another concern is exchange rate... 1.0 Introduction The drive by countries to improve the efficiency and resilience of ...
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The influence of Basel III in the French banking sector
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...Banking Sector (10, 750 words) Background Basel I These were a set of regulation in international banking that was put in place by the committee of Basel so as to supervise banks. It defined the required minimum capital of the institutions of finance with the aim of reducing the credit risk at a minimum level. Banking institutions that operate internationally are advised to maintain at least 8% of capital as per the assets that are risk weighted. Basel I started operation in 1988 with focus made on risk associated with credits. This Basel I classification system categorized the assets of the bank into 5 risk categories1: “0% - cash, central bank... and government debt and any OECD government...
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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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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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Global Business Environment - the Banking Sector of Pakistan vs. Uk&Greece
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...Banking sector of Pakistan vs. UK & Greece Grade 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. With global economies flourishing, the banking sector flourished in direct proportion – both in terms of consumer as well as corporate lending. However, the sub-prime crisis that jolted the western economies around 2007-08, brought about a huge crash in the banking sector primarily in Europe and America (Chossudovsky and Marshall, 2010). 1.2 The Crisis Chain The global financial crisis brought about... a tremendous and dramatic turn...
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Prepare an overview of the Banking Sector of INDIA. Mention your sources
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...banking sector in India. Various factors have led to the transformation of the sector - technological advancements and a liberalized marketplace – disintermediation, blurring of traditional roles and boundaries, emphasis on shareholder value creation (Kamath, 2003). Companies and governments seek high-quality banking services. The economic reforms have created a new segment of consumers – the huge Indian middle class and there is a new mix of players – private banks, public banks and foreign banks (Ravichandran, 2003). This has led to competition and generated new level of expectations among... the consumers. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is the central...
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The Influence of Loyalty Programmes on Customer Loyalty in Banking Sector
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...Banking Sector Contents The Influence of Loyalty Programs on Loyalty in Banking Sector 1 Contents 2 Introduction 3 Literature Review 4 Methodology 6 Resources/ Data Access 7 Reference 8 Introduction Customer loyalty has received much importance both from the academics and practitioners in various industries. In the competitive world, customer loyalty is seen as a key factor to succeed and gain market share and thus develop a sustainable competitive advantage. Therefore banking sector is no such exception, as it has a high level of interaction with its customers thus making it necessary for the managers to understand the factors which influence... the loyalty of the customers toward the...
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Performance Analysis of M&A in UK banking sector (2nd STAGE)
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...banking sector (2nd STAGE) Table of Contents Introduction 2. Overview of UK banking sector overthe period 2003-2007 2.1 Structural features 2.2 Financial Structure 2.3 Performance of UK Banks 3. Overview of M&A in UK Banking Sector over the Period 2003-2007 3.1 Number of M&A Transactions in the UK Banking Sector 2003-2007 3.2 Performance of M&A in the UK banking sector over the period 2003-2007 3.3 Methods 3.3.1 Research Situation and Sample, Data and Measures 3.3.2 Measurement of Strategic Characteristics through Resource... Performance Analysis of M&A in UK...
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A report of the recent performance of a banking sector in a country of your choice
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...banking sector Table of contents Introduction 3 2. British banking sector – overview and performance 4 2 Characteristics of the British banking sector – influence by the crisis 4 2.2. Recent performance of banks in the British market 5 3. Conclusion 10 References 11 Appendix 13 1. Introduction One of the most critical requirements for firms to enter a market is their ability to respond to the terms of the relevant laws; i.e. the alignment of a firm with the local business laws is a prerequisite for the firm’s entrance and development within a particular market. In the case of the British banking industry, the repeated failures of banks to meet the market rules led... ? Recent performance of the British...
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An Evaluation of Enterprise Risk management value to banking sector of Zimbabwe
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...banking sector of Zimbabwe Table of Contents Introduction and Background to the Research 3 2. Statement of Problem 5 3. Objectives of Research 5 3.1. Specific Objectives 5 3.2. General Objectives 6 4. Research Questions and Hypotheses 7 5. Significance of the Research 8 6. Literature Review 8 6.1. Theoretical Paradigm 9 6.2. Research Constructs 12 6.3. Relationship between Variables 14 7. Research Methodology and Design 14 7.1. Research Design and Plan 14 7.2. Population and Sample 20 7.3. Data collection instruments, sources and procedures 21 7.4. Data analysis and procedure 23 8. Time Frame and Budgetary Consideration 24 References 26... Bibliography 29 1. Introduction and Background to the...
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Role of HR in developing talent at work in the banking sector (UK and US)
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...BANKING SECTOR (UK AND US) Role of HR in Developing Talent at Work in the Banking Sector (UK and US) Insert Name Insert Grade Course Insert Tutor’s Name 10 October 2011 Role of HR in Developing Talent at Work in the Banking Sector (UK and US) 1) Introduction Human resource roles vary from recruiting, training, rewarding to developing employee’s talents. HR is an important department in any organization, as it is concerned about the employees (Armstrong, 2009, p.83). Therefore, it views employees’ talents as part of an organization’s competitive advantage (Mathis & Jackson, 2010, p.25). Nevertheless, the need for higher talent is on demand... ?Running head: ROLE OF HR IN DEVELOPING TALENT AT WORK IN THE...
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Contribution of Motivation in Reducing Employee Turnover in the Banking Sector
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...Banking Sector By Chapter 1: Introduction Background of the Study Fulfilling continuous changing needs of organization and employees is one of the milestones in attaining success. According to Ramlall (2004: p11), fulfilling such changing needs places heavy responsibility on top management. Moreover, every organization would wish that all its employees follow all established rules and regulations whilst working on meeting set objectives, goals, aims, and standards with regards to performance (Emery and Oertel, 2006: p5). In turn employees expect fair pay, good working conditions, proper tools and equipments, secure... ?Dissertation proposal Contribution of Motivation in reducing Employee Turnover in the...
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A report of the recent performance of a banking sector in a country of your choice
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...banking sector Table of contents Introduction 3 2. British banking sector – overview and performance 42.1 Characteristics of the British banking sector – influence by the crisis 4 2.2. Recent performance of banks in the British market 5 3. Conclusion 10 References 11 Appendix 13 1. Introduction One of the most critical requirements for firms to enter a market is their ability to respond to the terms of the relevant laws; i.e. the alignment of a firm with the local business laws is a prerequisite for the firm’s entrance and development within a particular market. In the case of the British banking industry, the repeated failures of banks... Recent performance of the British...
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Human Resource Accounting Policies and Practices: A Case Study of the Nigerian Banking Sector
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...Banking Sector Table of Contents Introduction 3 Understanding and Importance of Human Resource Accounting 3 Brief Overview of Nigeria and its Banking Sector 5 Human Resource Practices in Nigerian Banking Sector 7 Conclusion 8 Reference 9 Introduction The management practices and concept in the post-modern era have been changed significantly. As an effect of globalization and internationalisation, the competition in the world market has intensified significantly. With such competition, the business organisations are aiming to strengthen their internal capability. In the process of enhancing their competitive advantage over... ?Human Resource Accounting Policies and Practices: A Case Study of the Nigerian...
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The Influence of Loyalty Programs on Customer Loyalty in Banking Sector in Saudi Arabia
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...Banking Sector in the United Kingdom By [Presented to] of institution] [Date] ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Knowledge is in the end based on acknowledgement- Ludwig Wittgenstein The role and support of every individual in reexamining and reassessing already known information matters a lot. The research was undertaken with the purpose of analysing the impact and influence of loyalty programs on the loyalty of customers in the banking sector of the United Kingdom. The researcher was well supported and motivated by a number of people that made the entire research worth an attempt of analysing the research topic. The researcher would like to thank his supervisor... ?The Influence of Loyalty Programs on Loyalty in Banking...
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Report on Aspects of the Contemporary Banking Sector - Risk and Profitability Analysis
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...banking services including loans, deposits accounts and insurance. It is the largest bank in UK and the fourth largest bank globally. RBS is listed as the second best for customer satisfaction among the major high street banks. Barclays bank is another major bank having the largest network of ATMs in the region. It is the first UK bank to give local business customers access to online banking services to check their supplier credit ratings as well as the first bank to announce mass crush of contactless- enabled debit cards in the UK banking sector. The retail banking sector of Barclays offers loans, deposits accounts, insurance as well as Forex trading... ? Risk and Profitability Analysis of a. Which...
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The impact of foreign Institutional Investment on bank's performance: Analysis of Indian Banking sector
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...banks performance: Analysis of Indian Banking sector Table of contents 3 Chapter One 1.1 Introduction 4 1.2 Aims and objectives of the research 7 1.3 Research Methodology 8 1.4 Significance of the subject 9 Chapter Two Introduction 9 2.1 Literature Review 10 2.1.1. Foreign Institutional Investment (FII) – general aspects and characteristics 10 2.1.2 Indian economy – status and characteristics - role of FII in the development of Indian economy 11 2.1.3 Indian banking sector - general aspects 16 2.1.4 FII in Indian banks – types of FII developed within the Indian banking sector 21 2.15... The impact of foreign al Investment on...
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Bonuses for senior executives in the banking sector should only be paid for genuine excellence
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...Banking Sector Should Only Be For Genuine Excellence The banking sector is quite a competitive industry and this has led to banking firms seeking the best management talents and offering generous incentives to high ranking employees (Khurana, 2011: 65). These incentives include high salaries, bonuses, company shares, stock options, perquisites and other benefits. This has seen executive pay rising at a dramatically higher rate compared to the average employee pay. Executive bonuses are usually determined by a company’s board of directors. Bonuses are usually formula-driven and are attached to role-specific performance criteria. For example, a Sales Director will earn bonuses... Executive Bonuses in the...
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Impact of service quality on customer satisfaction and customer loyalty an application on the banking sector
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...Banking Sector ASBTRACT As the business environment has become competitive, competitiveadvantage has become imperative. Banks have come under heavy pressure to perform as service economy has taken shape where companies compete in service delivery. Reforms in the banking sector have also blurred the lines between banks and non-banks, thereby increasing pressure on banks to perform. Customer experience now defines service quality and poor service quality can push customers to switch service providers. With the aim to evaluate the impact of service quality and customer satisfaction on customer loyalty, three objectives were set in Chapter I. Based... ? Experience in the Service Economy – a study in the...
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Loyalty And Customer Relationship Management In Banking Sector: Case Study Of HSBC
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...Banking Sector: Case Study of HSBC A thesis submitted to For the degree of ByMary Mante 2010 CITY BANKING COLLEGE, LONDON Copyright Abstract This thesis presents a study of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and customer loyalty at one of the world’s premier global banking organisations, the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation (HSBC) from a customer perspective. It is impossible to overemphasise the importance of CRM and customer loyalty in banking because a bank depends on the funds maintained by its customers to do business, take risks and to deliver. However, a global bank, like the HSBC, has millions of customers who indulge... in billions of transactions, making technology...
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Impact of Human Resource Practices on Job Satisfaction: Evidence from the Banking Sector in Saudi Arabia
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...banking sector, the recruitment and selection practice is associated with employees` job satisfaction. A correlation of r = .705 proves that the relationship between recruitment and job satisfaction is strong. Previous studies by Taylor and Collins (Redman and Wilkinson, 2009) have postulated that recruitment and selection plays a major role in the overall performance of the employees as well as affects their satisfaction level.  The process of recruitment and selection... ?Introduction This chapter contains a discussion of the findings and their relationship with the previous studies and research. It starts with a discussion and summary of the findings and proceed to limitations, recommendations and...
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Quantifying systemic risk in the European banking sector. A multidimensional approach
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...BANKING SECTOR. A MULTIDIMENSIONAL APPROACH The recent major changes in national economies have led to a repositioning of priorities, influenced by the intensity of negative effects, the nature of errors and the deterioration level of financial structures. In this context, the key notion is risk. The banking system marked by technical, financial and communications progress is part of the international picture and subscribes to financial integration and globalization. Market trends show a wide range of banking risks, which taken together could lead to the collapse of the whole system. Systemic risk is the ultimate threat, its sources are varied... and the propagation mechanisms involve major...
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Measurement of Service Quality in UK Retail Banking Sector and its impact on customer satisfaction and switching behaviour of cu
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...banking sector LITERATURE REVIEW Service quality in retail banking sector Banks lend similar kinds ofservices. However, in terms of service quality, they could provide differences. Service quality deals with the assessment of how well a service that gets delivered to the customer meets the client’s expectations. Service provided to the customer gets assessed with the aim of improving service and ensuring customer satisfaction. There is a strong relationship between service quality and the behavior of customers in the retail banking sector. Service quality can get measured by identifying the between customers expectations and perceptions of the performance of service... ? Service quality in UK retail...
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Proposal for a Business Research Project Exploring the Impact of Passion of Employees in the Banking Sector to their performance
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...Banking Sector to their performance IntroductionThe project aims to explore the effects of passion of employees in the banking sector on their performance. It also aims to explore the effect of factors, like the level of the employee’s work, experience and gender, on the passion of employees, and the effect passion has in determining how employees execute their duties. It will also determine these effects on the performance of their co-workers and the overall running of the institutions. Several scholars have studied passion in different contexts, like philosophy, theology, political science, sociology... Proposal for a Business Research Project Exploring the Impact of Passion of Employees in the...
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Measurement of Service Quality in UK Retail Banking Sector and its impact on customer satisfaction and switching behaviour of cu
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...banking sector and the resulting satisfaction level of customers who utilize their services. Following this aim, the researcher in this study has adopted a quantitative research approach so as to gather information relating to the identified variables, such as service quality, customer satisfaction and switching behavior. The analysis of results obtained through survey indicated that there is a positive impact of service quality on the customers’ satisfaction level, and in case... ?Executive Summary Considering the importance attached to the quality of service offered by business entities and its impact on s’ satisfaction level, this study explores the quality of service offered by the UK’s retail...
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Employees Job satisfaction in Pakistan banking sector
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...bank for the past four years. He has done every possible activity on the job, from getting photocopies and tea for his branch manager to acquiring big-ticket accounts for his branch. However, he does not look forward to getting up in the morning every day now. He does not sit with his colleagues anymore and lately his performance has been dwindling too. His manager has noticed that a high performing banker has now become an underperforming, timid employee. A discussion with him tells the manager that Salim does not feel like his job is contributing anything to his growth or the organization; he also feels that the job is not in tandem... LITERATURE REVIEW, Salim has been an Account Manager at a local...
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Critically evaluate the reforms that have taken place in the UK banking sector over the last number of years. Your essay should, as a minimum, cover the following three elements: legislative, policy and institutional
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...BANKING SECTOR REFORMS A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF THE REFORMS THAT HAVE TAKEN PLACE IN THEUK BANKING SECTOR OVER THE LAST NUMBER OF YEARS Introduction The banking sector falls under the financial institutions division. The sector provides a range of vital services. These services include intermediation between borrowers and savers, payment services, and financial advice to both potential and current investors Michael Collins, Money and Banking in the UK (Routledge 2012). The services provided by the banking sector are supportive in the allocation of capital and production of goods. Each of these services is essential to the well functioning of the economy. These financial services are timeless...
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What specific events and aspects of the banking crisis demonstrate that a successful strategy for a few can be an unsuccessful strategy for the many Give specific examples of such a strategy from the banking sector
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...banking crisis demonstrate that a successful strategy for a few can be an unsuccessful strategy for the many?Give specific examples of such a strategy from the banking sector The banking sector has undergone a revamp with rescue funds from the government and new guidelines for operation. There was an increase in optimism in the financial service sector at the close of the year 2009 with lesser possibility for fresh crisis in the banking industry. The optimism is despite the fact that several financial institution reported lesser business than normal. The banking business is comparatively less enthusiastic than investment and insurance management because... What specific events and aspects of the banking ...
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Risk Management in Banking and Insurance - Identify and discuss the principal reasons for introduction of the New Basel Capital Accord (Basel II) and critically appraise its contribution to more effective management of risks in the banking sector
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...Banking and Insurance - Identify and discuss the principal reasons for introduction of the New Basel Capital Accord (Basel II) andcritically appraise its contribution to more effective management of risks in the banking sector. Introduction Risk management in banking industry as based on New Basel Capital Accord (Basel II) is intended to minimize risk associated with operational and financial procedures of banks. Basel II encompasses a set of practical recommendations issued in connection with banking regulations and laws by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision. Its three Pillars consist of a structured approach to risk reduction. Its primary purpose... is to provide...
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Understanding the relationship between The banking sector and money laundering
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...The importance of annotated bibliography The importance of annotated bibliography Introduction An annotated bibliography is a list of sources on a particular topic of study and provides a brief summary of the each sources and its usefulness in the studying the topic (Oliver, 2010). Annotated bibliography is useful since it enables the researcher to track evidence for the portfolio project and demonstrates the researcher’s ability to conduct concise literature review on the topic (Oliver, 2010). A good annotated bibliography will enable me critically think about the contents of past researchers and authors on the topic of my portfolio project, establish evidence and use relevant sources... importance of...
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