A Project Report on Habib Bank Ltd's Management Information Systems

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“HABIB BANK LTD”

“MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM OF HABIB BANK”
SUBMITTED TO: SIR NASEEM QAISER SUMITTED BY:
MUHAMMAD FAISAL MASOOD HASSAN ALI HAMMAD

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EMAILS:

faisy.qureshi@gmail.com hassan.hammad85@yahoo.com

“TABLE OF CONTENTS”

Sr.No Contents 01 02 03 04 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 Acknowledgement Introduction And History of HBL Organizational Chart of HBL Management Information system Hardware used by HBL Software used by HBL Database Management Networking Online Presence Security and Backup Conclusion And Recommendation References

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“ACKNOWLEDGEMENT”
In the name of Allah the praiseworthy, the passionate whose blessings made it possible for us to complete this complex and painful task. It is a matter of great enthusiasm and pleasure for us to complete a report in its real sequence. It is all because of Almighty Allah’s great guidance that made us so able. We are cordially thankful to our respected Teacher Mr. Muhammad Naseem Qaiser who provided us an opportunity to prepare this Project report and whose benevolent guidance in discourse and constant encouragement helped us to complete this project.

INTRODUCTION

VISION STATEMENT

“Enabling people to advance with confidence and success”

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“HABIB BANK LTD”

MISSION STATEMENT

“To make our customers prosper, our staff excel and create value for shareholders”

INTRODUCTION OF HBL

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“HABIB BANK LTD” It is the prime Bank in country established in 1941 having a registered head office in Karachi. It was nationalized in 1974, but recently on 26th February 2004 it has been privatized by Government of Pakistan and is taken over by Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED). They acquired 51 percent of shares of HBL. It is one of the largest Banks of Pakistan with 1439 branches and having total assets of Rs. 434,931,930,000.

“History OF HABIB BANK”
HBL at its present state has a long and rich history of deeds and sacrifices. All this has been possible on the account of sustained efforts. The first branch of HBL started functioning on 30th August, 1941 at Muhammad Ali Road Bombay, where Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah first of all opened his personal account. Mohammad Ali Habib was a man of stern and persistent will. God. Almighty had bestowed him with extra ordinary capabilities. He was devoted to his Bank with a view to take his share in the uplift of the strife-torn and devastated Muslim community. At the time of its inception, the Bank's total paid up capital was Rs.2.5 million but it is evident from the following data that the Bank experienced a steep rise in the business in a few years. In 1942, on the desire of Quaid-e-Azam, Habib family migrated to Pakistan and later on shifted the Bank's Head Office from Bombay to Karachi on 7th August 1947 just one week prior to independence, to play its pivotal role in the development of this newly born country. At the time of independence, the areas, which now constitute Pakistan, were producing only agricultural products raw material for indo-Pak subcontinent. Partially no industries were there to process the raw material, therefore the raw material was exported from Pakistan.There were 19 non-Indian foreign Banks which were engaged in the export of crops from Pakistan with only two Pakistani Banks i.e. HBL and the Australia Bank. The circumstances were completely un-certain. The confidence of the people had been shaken by the un-friendly environment and till the time peace had not been restored, people would naturally have been interested in other things. The nation was quite young with extreme scarcity of resources and these definitely added to the difficulties of the govt., to run its own Banking system immediately. Following the announcement of the independence...
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