The main purpose of the study was to compare the theoretical knowledge with practical scenario. It was to help us to understand the basics of Operational design and process analysis as well as apply those concepts in reality. To gather a more hands-on experience, we conducted process analysis on the process followed by Citibank, N.A. to provide pay link service to its customers. 1.2 Goal of the Project:
The goal of this project was to analyze the efficiency of the current process and to recommend a suitable process to give a smother service to the clients. 1.3 Scope of the Study:
Here for the ease of understanding we have taken only Gulshan Branch, though the same process is followed by Dhanmondi and Chittagong Branch. 1.4 Methodology:
This project is mainly based on primary data collected from the work life experience in Citi N.A. Besides this, we have taken interview of some managers and clients of the bank to get better knowledge. We also took the assistance of Citiservice and Payment unit of the bank. We used textbooks for the formulas of process analysis. 1.5 Limitations:
The following were some of the constraints that we faced while completing the report:
The main obstacle of the report is time bindings.
Due to some restrictions in the bank some data could not be shared in the paper which would have given a detail light on the process. 2. Overview of Citi and Citibank
Citi is the preeminent global financial services company with some 200 million-customer accounts in more than 100 countries. It provides consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, insurance, securities brokerage, and asset management. Early Days of Citibank
Citibank was formerly (1967–74) known as First National City Corporation, American holding company incorporated in 1967, with the City Bank of New York, National Association (a bank tracing to 1812), as its principal subsidiary. The latter's name changed successively to First National City Bank in 1968 and to Citibank, N.A. (i.e., National Association), in 1976. Citicorp was the holding company's popular and trade name from its inception but became the legal name only in 1974. In 1811 the U.S. Congress refused to renew the charter of the First Bank of the United States, the country's central bank, which had branches in such cities as New York. Thus on June 16, 1812, some of the First Bank's New York shareholders and other investors secured state incorporation of the City Bank of New York, which was later established in the branch banking rooms of the old First Bank. The bank grew as New York City became the nation's commercial and financial capital, and in 1865 it was chartered under the National Bank Act and renamed the National City Bank of New York. In 1897 it became the first large American bank to open a foreign department, and in 1915 it became America's leading international bank upon the purchase of International Banking Corporation (founded 1902), which had 21 overseas offices in 13 countries and territories. Other mergers and acquisitions in the United States and overseas expanded the bank. Notably, in 1931 it acquired the Bank of America, N.A. (another descendant of the First Bank of the United States and no relation to the California-based bank), and in 1955 it merged with the First National Bank of the City of New York (founded 1863). Upon this latter merger, the consolidated company took the name of First National City Bank of New York. In 1967 the holding company Citicorp was created to hold the stock of the First National City Bank of New York—renamed City Bank of New York—and to hold the stock of subsidiaries to be newly acquired or split off from the bank, such as a finance company, a traveler's check company, and other related financial operations. The holding company setup improved the...
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