"4 The Impact Of Micro Finance Banks On Small And Medium Scale Enterprise Sme Since Inception Till Date" Essays and Research Papers

  • 4 The Impact Of Micro Finance Banks On Small And Medium Scale Enterprise Sme Since Inception Till Date

    PROJECT TOPIC  : SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA (A Case Study of Cassava Processing Industry) PROJECT PROPOSAL BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Interest in the development of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and their contribution in the development process continue to be in the forefront of policy debates in developing countries. The advantages claimed for SMEs are various, including: the encouragement of entrepreneurship; the greater likelihood that SMEs will utilise labour...

    Capitalism, Economics, Industry 1429  Words | 5  Pages

  • Small and Medium Enterprise in Bangladesh

    The Small and Medium Enterprises worldwide are recognized as engines of economic growth. The commonly perceived merits often emphasized for their promotion especially in the developing countries like Bangladesh include their relatively high labor intensity, dependence on indigenous skills and technology, contributions to entrepreneurship development and innovativeness and growth of industrial linkages. Out of 11% employment of the civilian labor force provided by the manufacturing sector, about two...

    Economics, Finance, Government 1989  Words | 7  Pages

  • Research Proposal On Financing Small And Medium Scale Enterprise In Nigeria

    proposal. On FINANCING SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE. INDUSTRIES IN NIGERIA PROJECT TOPIC  : FINANCING STRATEGIES FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE INDUSTRIES IN NIGERIA PROJECT PROPOSAL  INTRODUCTION Interest in the role of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the development process continues to be in the forefront of policy debates in developing countries. The advantages claimed for SMEs are various, including: the encouragement of entrepreneurship; the greater likelihood that SMEs will utilise labour...

    Council of Smaller Enterprises, Economic development, Economic growth 1883  Words | 5  Pages

  • Factors That Hinder Small and Medium Enterprise Customers to Access Credit from Commercial Banks in Tanzania

    FACTORS THAT HINDER SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE CUSTOMERS TO ACCESS CREDIT FROM COMMERCIAL BANKS IN TANZANIA 1. Back ground information In this period of globalization of world trade, an increasing role is being assigned to the private sector in many developing countries. In parallel to and as part of this shift, there has been emergence of the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) sectors as a significant component in economic development and employment. In many countries in the world, this sector...

    Bank, Banks, Commercial bank 1053  Words | 4  Pages

  • THE EFFECT OF POOR FINANCING ON THE OPERATIONS OF SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES (SMEs) IN NIGERIA

    effectiveness of small and medium scale enterprises as an instrument of economic growth and development in Nigeria has long been under scrutiny. This intense scrutiny has been against the backdrop of the low performance and inefficiency that characterized small and medium scale enterprises particularly in assessing its role on economic growth and development. Despite government institutional and policies support to enhancing the capacity of small and medium scale enterprises, SMEs has fallen short...

    Economic development, Economic growth, Economics 1273  Words | 3  Pages

  • Challenges of Small and Medium Enterprises in Kenya

    SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES "SME" stands for small and medium-sized enterprises – as defined in EU law: The main factors determining whether a company is an SME are: 1. Number of employees, and 2. Either turnover or balance sheet total | |Employees |Turnover |or |Balance sheet total | |Company category | | | | | |Medium-sized |< 250...

    Business, Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship 1737  Words | 6  Pages

  • Financing Small and Medium Enterprises

    Date: 11 Oct, 2010 Financing Small and Medium Enterprises Introduction: Cash is like the blood in human body for all companies. So, the problem of financing is one of the most important issues in company operations. Appropriate and healthy sources of capital is the primary issue for an enterprise, especially for the SMEs. As policy, the reasons for their ideas, and SMEs’ own flaw, so that the financing channels for SMEs is relatively narrow, a shortage of...

    Bank, Corporate finance, Debt 1873  Words | 7  Pages

  • Explain what sources of finance are available for small to medium sized companies and explain why they sometimes face difficulties in raising finance

    Explain what sources of finance are available for small to medium sized companies and explain why they sometimes face difficulties in raising finance 1. Introduction The SME (Small and medium enterprise) sector is one of the crucial important contributor to economic growth in terms of Gross Domestic Product(GDP) and job creation worldwide(IFC,2010). According to OECD(2006), SMEs had created more than sixty percent of the job opportunities for OECD countries. That situation for developing counties...

    Corporate finance, Credit, Credit rating 2357  Words | 7  Pages

  • Micro Finance & Poverty Reduction in Bangladesh

    Studies Department of Finance Course No. : F-507 Course Title: Micro Finance and Micro Enterprise Development Course Teacher: M. A. Baqui Khalily Professor Department of Finance University of Dhaka “Poverty Reduction in Bangladesh: Role of Government’s Social Protection Programs and Micro Credit of MDGs: A Review of Bangladesh Experience” Prepared by: Md. Shahjahan, Student ID No.18052 EMBA Student Date of Submission: January...

    Bangladesh, Grameen Bank, Micro-enterprise 1326  Words | 5  Pages

  • Contribution of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises

    the most efficient manner has continue to be the only viable and alternative for development of small scale enterprises in Nigeria and for the development, growth and survival of any economy. The development of small scale enterprises not only contributes significantly to imposed standard, they also bring substantial local capital formation and achieve high level of productivity. Small and medium scales are crucial to the development of all economies of the world. They are the modern day’s incubators...

    Developing country, Development economics, Economic development 1194  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Role of Small and Medium Equity Investement Scheme in Financing Sme's

    The Role of Small and Medium Industries Equity Investment Scheme (SMIEIS) in financing Small-Scale Enterprises in Nigeria BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Interest in the role of Small-Scale Enterprises in the development process continues to be in the forefront of policy debates in developing countries. The advantages claimed for Small-Scale Enterprises are various, including: the encouragement of entrepreneurship; the greater likelihood that Small-Scale Enterprises will utilise labour intensive technologies...

    Council of Smaller Enterprises, Finance, Investment 1609  Words | 5  Pages

  • Small and Medium Enterprises

    THEME Bank Finance to the SME Sector– Issues And Perspectives here are a number of issues in lending to the SME sector, which banks generally face. The key issues among them are outlined below: (a) Information Asymmetry: Accurate information about the borrower is a critical input for decision-making by banks in the lending process. Where information asymmetry (a situation where business own- T implication of raising interest rates and/or curtailing lending is that banks will not be able...

    Bank, Credit, Debt 2070  Words | 6  Pages

  • Small and Medium Scale Enterprises

    CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA SEMINAR ON SMALL AND MEDIUM INDUSTRIES EQUITY INVESTMENTS SCHEME (SMIEIS) Publication of CBN Training Centre, Lagos NO. 4  Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Published 2003 All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transcribed, translated in any other language, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, magnetic, chemical, photocopying, recording, manual or otherwise, without the prior permission...

    Bank, Central bank, Commercial bank 28233  Words | 154  Pages

  • Impact of Micro Finance on Small Enterprises

    IMPACT OF MICROFINANCE ON FINANCIAL EMPOWERMENT OF MICRO AND SMALL ENTERPRI ABSTRACT Microfinance is the provision of savings accounts, loans, insurance, money transfers and other banking services to customers that lack access to traditional financial services, usually because of poverty. It is the provision of financial services to the low income households and micro and small enterprises. The general objective of this study was to investigate the impact of Microfinance on financial empowerment...

    Credit union, Debt, Finance 10477  Words | 34  Pages

  • How Has Managerial Incompetence Contribute to Small Scale Enterprise in the Country

    Background to the study 1 1.2 Problem Statement 3 1.3 Objectives of the Study 4 1.4 Research Questions 4 1.5 Significance of the study 4 1.6 Scope of the Study 4 1.7 Limitations 5 1.8 Organization of The Study 5 Chapter 2 6 2.1 Small Business Defined 6 2.2 Challenges of Small Business 6 References 8 1.0 Introduction Many businesses begin operations on a shoestring, and some entrepreneurs never seek bank loans or other outside funding. However, many new and established businesses lack...

    Business, E-Myth, Economics 2163  Words | 7  Pages

  • Smes in Europe

    SME is the European-wide abbreviation for small to medium sized enterprises. In the terms of their value to the economy, many indicators can be looked at. With a look into European statistics on enterprises on employment, turnover and Gross Value Added and by comparing those to larger enterprises; it will give a more realistic picture of how SMEs do contribute massively to the economy. Additionally, the difference of lifestyle and entrepreneurial firms will be discussed, adding to how each contribute...

    Common Agricultural Policy, Enlargement of the European Union, European Commission 1480  Words | 4  Pages

  • Small and Medium Scale Enterprise

    SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES IN NIGERIA: THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS. By Abiodun Fatai1 Department of Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences Lagos State University, Ojo, Lagos Nigeria. ABSTRACT Small and medium scale enterprises have long believed to be catalysts for economic growth and national development both in developed and developing countries. In Nigeria where private sector is not well developed SME is assumed to play the role of employment generation, facilitator of economic...

    Development, International development, Millennium Development Goals 6077  Words | 18  Pages

  • Critical Analysis of the Impact of Sme's in the Promotion of Such Business in the Tanzanian Economy.

    Critically discuss the impact of SME’s policy in the promotion of such business in the economy and clearly indicate the major hurdles of the policy it had encountered since its inception and suggest the way forwarD. he Policy on SME’s development was created by the Government in conjunction with other stakeholders to create a conducive macroeconomic environment that will allow SMEs to emerge, survive and grow the reason being SME’s contribute third of the GDP of Tanzania economy. The recent Policy...

    Bank, Business, Economics 1333  Words | 5  Pages

  • Failure of Smes in Tanzania

    ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CODE: BUS 5042 QUESTION: There are arguments that despite the importance of SMEs in all economies, particularly in the less developing countries, the SME sector is met with reluctance both by the government as well as individuals in the sector. When SMEs fail, which is a very common phenomenon governments point fingers to SME entrepreneurs and vise versa. (I) With practical examples, make a critical discussion on the reasons for the failure of SMEs in Tanzania ...

    Business, Business ethics, Business school 2232  Words | 7  Pages

  • Explain the Term ‘Credit Crunch’ and How It Has Developed. Discuss the Implications for Uk Small and Medium- Sized Enterprises (Smes)

    of credit from banks and capital markets. The reduced availability of credit can result from various factors, including an increased perception of risk on the part of lenders, an imposition of credit controls, or a sharp restriction of the money supply. www.teachmefinance.com/Financial_Terms. As it is a current feature in today’s economy it is constantly developing and therefore constantly effecting not only small and medium enterprises but all forms of business. Small enterprises are defined by...

    Credit, Credit history, Credit rating 2426  Words | 6  Pages

  • Business Finance and the Sme Sector

    Business finance and the SME sector by David Brookfield 21 Sep 2001 |   | One of the most important problems accountants are likely to deal with in acting as advisors to a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME) concerns the issue of financing. More succinctly, directors and owner managers in SMEs often complain of the lack of finance for what are profitable investment opportunities. For candidates preparing for professional examinations, the problem of learning about sources of finance for small...

    Business, Corporate finance, Debt 2728  Words | 7  Pages

  • Access to Bank Credit to Smes

    ACCESS TO FINANCE FOR SME’s Finance function is the most important of all business functions. It remains a focus of all business activities. Financing SMEs has acquired enormous importance in contemporary world of finances. This is primarily due to the national focus and priority of various countries - developed and developing ones as well. In the Sri Lankan context , the government has provided impetus to the authorities to increasingly cater to the emerging financial needs of the SMEs. Bank and Institutional...

    Bank, Economics, Finance 2037  Words | 6  Pages

  • THE EFFECT OF MICRO FINANCE ON THE GROWTH OF SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE ENTERPRISES (SMES); A STUDY OF SELECTED SMES IN THE ACCRA METROPOLIS

    DECLARATION "I declare that I have wholly undertaken the study reported herein under supervision” ……………………………………………………………………………………….. REGINA KWEKU DATE…………………………… “I declare that I have supervised the student in undertaking the study reported herein and I confirm that the student has my permission to present it for assessment.” ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. MR. MICHAEL NKONYAA DEDICATION This long essay is dedicated to husband, Mr. Solomon Kweku. For your...

    Credit union, Development, Financial services 16894  Words | 52  Pages

  • FACTORS AFFECTING GROWTH OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISE IN KENYA

    CHALLENGES AFFECTING THE GROWTH OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISES IN KENYA (A Case study of Wajir Soko Mjinga Market) A Research proposal Submitted in Partial Fulfillment for the Award of Diploma in Business Administaration to the Mount Kenya University JULY 2013 ACKNOWLEDGMENT I take this occasion to thank the Almighty GOD for blessing me with his grace. I extend my sincere gratitude to my MKU supervisors...

    Economic development, Economic growth, Government 1851  Words | 7  Pages

  • Financing Sources and Constrains for Smes

    SOURCES AND CONSTRAINS FOR SMES Small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are a dominant part of dynamism, innovation and flexibility in industrialized countries. They create more job opportunities and make significant contributions to innovation, productivity and economic growth (OECD, 2006). However, around the world, there are many severe problems constraining the development of SMEs. One of them is financing shortage (Meghana, 2003). With small size and less capital, SMEs are deemed to lack competency...

    Bank, Bond, Cash flow 2268  Words | 7  Pages

  • Factors Affecting Tax Compliance of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises in the Advent of the Eac Common Market.

    Study Tax compliance has been a topic of great interest to Revenue authorities especially in the developed countries. Hostility towards tax compliance is an age old problem. “Taxes are considered a problem by everyone. Not surprising, taxation problems date back to the earliest recorded history” (Taxworld Organization, 1999). Developing countries, perhaps due to their frequent budget deficits have not been able to conduct comprehensive research on the behavior of taxpayer in relation to compliance. Hostility...

    Income tax, Progressive tax, Public finance 1762  Words | 5  Pages

  • Small and Medium Size Enterprises

    Managing Small and Medium Sized Enterprises – The case of ‘iRepair’ Student name: Zaheer Abbas Course Name: BABS Student ID no Submission date Module Tutor: Executive summary Businesses these days need to be competitive enough to survive the competition in the market. Growth is an essential area which the organisation needs to explore and adapt the growth strategies. Small and medium sized enterprises these days play a major role in the economy and inject a lot of financial benefits...

    Business, Economics, Entrepreneurship 680  Words | 3  Pages

  • Small Business

    market among them. However, the small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) still play an important role in the secondary and tertiary market. After global finance crisis, SMEs has become the main part to promote the economic. Compare to the large companies, the SMEs face a high competitive market. It is said that the small and medium-sized enterprises are continuous injecting innovation and competition for the market economy. If the small and medium-sized enterprises want to be succeed and thrive,...

    Business, Capital structure, Corporate finance 2019  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Assessment of Small and Medium Scale Enterprise Loan Delivery in Ghana

    INTRODUCTION Small and medium scale-enterprises (SMEs) are also vital to economic development. No society can be more developed without small and medium scale enterprises or businesses. Though these enterprises face some challenges in assessing loan, yet they also contribute significantly to nation’s development. It is therefore prudent for these enterprises to assess loan easily so as to enable them expand their network or operations. 1.1 BACKGROTUND OF THE STUDY In today's Global Economy, small and medium-scale...

    Business, Credit, Debt 9950  Words | 35  Pages

  • The Role of Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority

    Introduction Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority - SMEDA Premier institution of the Government of Pakistan under Ministry of Industries. SMEDA was established in October 1998 to take on the challenge of developing Small &amp; Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Pakistan. With a futuristic approach and professional management structure it has focus on providing an enabling environment and business development services to small and medium enterprises. SMEDA is not only an SME policy-advisory...

    Business, Entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship 1979  Words | 7  Pages

  • Commercial Bank of Ceylon

    Commercial Bank of Ceylon Limited Introduction: Commercial Bank of Ceylon (CBC) entered the banking business in Bangladesh in the year 2003. In the mean time it has proven to be a rising foreign bank here. Since inception its economic growth both in corporate and retail departments are quite big. Till now Commercial Bank of Ceylon has developed a network of nine branches, two offshore units, six SME centers and four offsite ATMs. One card center takes care of all card related activities of the...

    Bank, Banking, Bond 809  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sme Finance

    SME finance is the funding of small and medium sized enterprises, and represents a major function of the general business finance market – in which capital for different types of firms are supplied, acquired, and costed or priced. Capital is supplied through the business finance market in the form of bank loans and overdrafts; leasing and hire-purchase arrangements; equity/corporate bond issues; venture capital or private equity; and asset-based finance such as factoring and invoice discounting. ...

    Corporate finance, Credit, Credit bureau 1231  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sme Bank Pakistan

    Submission date: 20 May, 2013. Session: MBA3rd (2012-2015) QASMS, QUAID-E-AZAM UNIVERSITY, ISLAMABAD EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This project’s report is about MOTIVATION.I tried my best to discuss all the relevant concepts and topics of Learning and motivation in SME BANK. To complete my task I select head office of SME BANK, BLUE AREA...

    Abraham Maslow, Employment, Financial services 1499  Words | 7  Pages

  • Accounting Project. Small and Medium Enterprises Account

    realize the value of privately owned enterprises. Dynamism, witty innovations, efficiency, and fast decision making processes characterize them. Private enterprises are grouped into three main categories- large-scale, medium-scale and small-scale enterprises. For this study, small and medium scale enterprises shall be the focus. Small and medium enterprises account for very large segment of the productive population. In Nigeria, small and medium scale enterprises account for over 95% of non-oil productive...

    Bank, Business, Credit 19138  Words | 61  Pages

  • Corporate Social Responsibility in Small and Medium Enterprises

    CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN SMES (Small and Medium Enterprises) THE LITERATURE REVIEW The importance of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been increasing rapidly over the past few years (Crawford and Scaletta, 2005) although meaning of the term CSR remains a subject of much debate (Roberts, 2003; Hopkins, 2003). The reason behind the debate is that the beliefs and attitudes on the nature of CSR have varied over time (Hill et al., 2003). However, according to European Commission’s...

    Business, Business ethics, Corporate social responsibility 1311  Words | 4  Pages

  • Small and Medium Enterprise

    INTODUCTION Small and medium enterprise(SME’s) in India have a very important place in the Indian economy. Their contribution in terms of production, export, export, employment generation and all round growth of the country is well known. The role of SME sector in the nation building is well recognized not only in India, but also across the globe. The industrial engines of Japan, china, US, Germany and Taiwan are also driven by the SME sector. Finance/credit is the most critical component in...

    Bank, Bond, Credit 12645  Words | 48  Pages

  • The Pros and Cons of Sme

    [Pick the date] |[Type the document subtitle] | Yasmeen Sayed | TABLE OF CONTENTS Page 1. Executive Summary 3 2. Introduction………………………………………………………………………….. 3. Drivers for going global 4. Understanding the Political, Legal and Regulatory environment in International...

    Business, Globalization, International trade 552  Words | 3  Pages

  • Uttara Bank Limited in Small and Medium Enterprise (Sme) Sector

    bright in the future. Since banking industry is a highly service oriented industry, its overall success depends on the customers’ satisfaction regarding its service and perceived image of the banking services. So, no matter how good the bank’s management or employees are, if it cannot create a good image in the minds of the customers and cannot maintain its standards as promised, and then it won’t be able to increase its market share and loyalty among customers. Uttara Bank Limited is always ready...

    Bank, Central bank, Cheque 10196  Words | 44  Pages

  • Brac Bank

    BRAC Bank Share Price BDT 792 Ordinary Shares (mill) 15.8 Free Float 50% 12 wk High/Low (BDT.) 746.25/1690 Average Daily Volume (Shares) 97,838 Market Capital BDT (mill) 12,656.16 Reserve & Surplus (mill) 902.03 BRAC Bank Limited, with institutional shareholdings by BRAC, International Finance Corporation (IFC) and Shorecap International, has been the fastest growing Bank in 2004 and 2005. BRAC Bank has been rated as one of the four most successful and sustainable SME Banks in the...

    1916, 1917, 1918 1799  Words | 6  Pages

  • Small Scale Development

    February 2012 Development of Small and Medium Scale Enterprises: The role of Government and other Financial Institutions By: Emmanuel O. Oni Ph.D & Daniya A. A. Department of Entrepreneurship and Business Technology, Federal University of Technology, Minna ABSTRACT Small and Medium Scale Enterprises constitute essential ingredients in the lubrication and development of any economy. In Nigeria, the story makes no remarkable difference as Small and Medium Scale Enterprises dominate the economy. Government...

    Bank, Economic development, Microfinance 4868  Words | 16  Pages

  • Sme Sectors Benefits to the Economy

    The SME sector is said to make a significant contribution to employment; evaluate this claim by drawing on the literature, and discuss what other contributions are made to the economy by the SME sector. Gov website says that for the purposes of SME 2006 statistics an SME is defined as any business that has less than 250 employees. SME: small and medium-sized enterprises are defined by the European Commission as independent enterprises that have fewer than 250 employees, and an annual turnover...

    Aggregate demand, Big Business, Business 1725  Words | 5  Pages

  • Role of Small and Medium Enterprises in Tourism Diversification a Case of Eldoret Town

    Effect of working capital management practices onfinancial performance: A study of small scale enterprises in Kisii South District, KenyaSmall scale enterprises (SSEs) are acknowledged in Kenya as significant contributors to economic growth. Despite this, it is estimated that up to 40% of the start-ups fail by year 2 and at least 60% close their doors by year 4. Working capital management is credited as one of the causes of these failures. The purpose of this study was to assess the effect of...

    Asset, Balance sheet, Inventory 1815  Words | 5  Pages

  • Advantages of Cloud Computing for Smes

    Cloud Computing to a small to medium size enterprise Leyla Evloeva B00053158 Department of Business School of Business &amp; Humanities Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown Dublin 15 Word Limit for Assignment: 1500 Actual count: 1533 Bachelor of Business General Business 21/10/2011 Table of Contents 1 Executive Summary 2 2 Introduction 2 3 Competitive Advantages 3 3.1 Reduce Cost 3 3.2 Pay per Use 3 3.3 Meets Organizational Requirements 4 3.4 Security and Privacy...

    Capital expenditure, Cloud computing, Expense 1598  Words | 5  Pages

  • Role of Financial Institutions and the Central Bank in Kenya

    established in 1967 as a subsidiary of Industrial and Commercial Development Corporation (ICDC) with a major role of promoting indigenous entrepreneurship by financing and developing small scale and micro enterprises. KIE Limited was established to facilitate development and incubation of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) countrywide by establishing industrial parks, providing credit and business development services (BDS) in a sustainable manner. The services offered by KIE include; *...

    Bank, Central bank, Economics 1895  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Growth of the Micro Enterprise Lending in the Philippines

    Research Topic/Title: The Growth of the Micro Enterprise Lending in the Philippines Introduction Micro enterprise financing, or the provision of access to micro entrepreneurs of small-scale loans and other financing-related services has been widely credited as a sustainable tool for reducing poverty. The microfinance movement, which the Grameen Bank started and pioneered in Bangladesh during the 1980s, has been replicated in other parts of the world, including the Philippines. However, while...

    Bangladesh, Grameen Bank, Micro-enterprise 572  Words | 3  Pages

  • Impact of Agricultural Finance on Indian Economy

    OF AGRICULTARAL SCIENCES, DHARWAD DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTARAL ECONOMICS [pic] SEMINAR-I ON IMPACT OF AGRICULTURAL FINANCE ON INDIAN ECONOMY BY imamsab h PGS11AGR5473 VENUE: Seminar Hall Date: 02.11.2012 Time: 3:00PM Synopsis Agricultural finance generally means studying, examining and analyzing the financial aspects pertaining to farm business...

    Bank, Credit, Debt 868  Words | 4  Pages

  • Sme Banking in Bangladesh

    SME Banking in Bangladesh. OVERVIEW OF SME: ---------------- According to the European Union (2003) SMEs are defined as enterprises which have at most 250 employees and an annual turnover not exceeding 50 million Euros. According to the World Bank (2006) medium enterprises are defined as enterprises which have at most 300 employees and an annual turnover not exceeding 15 million US dollars. In the context of Bangladesh, the development of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) can be considered...

    Bank, Economic growth, Entrepreneurship 1174  Words | 7  Pages

  • Small and Medium Enterprises in Zaria Local Government Access Equity Investment Scheme.

    Introduction The role and importance Small and Medium Enterprises play in the development of nation has been well documented and beyond doubt now that any emergent economy must have a viral and sustained SME subsector which are critical to the development of an economy. The significant roles SMEs play in development is acknowledged universally. Even in countries such as the United States. Small and Medium Industries Equity Investment Scheme (SMIEIS), are enterprises with a total capital employed...

    Development, Economic growth, Economics 8496  Words | 27  Pages

  • Sme in Philippines

    AND OVERVIEW Small and Medium-scale Enterprises plays an important role in economic development worldwide. Many developing countries in fact have placed Small and medium enterprise development and promotion on top of their economic agenda. With the failure of past industrialization policies favoring large enterprises to stimulate wide-ranging development, SMEs are being given renewed emphasis as engines of economic growth, employment potential and poverty alleviation. SMEs play an important...

    Business, E-Myth, Economic growth 3592  Words | 11  Pages

  • Bank Names

    http://smallb.in/bank-schemes Name of the Company : * | | 2) Constitution : * |       | 3) Date of Incorporation * |  (dd/mm/yyyy) | 4) Date of commencement of Activity * |  (dd/mm/yyyy) | 5) Group to which it belongs to (if any) : | | 6) Name of Directors : * | Name | Designation | Tel No. | Email Id | % of Share Holding | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | 7) Address of the Company : | a) Registered Office Address : * | Address | | Place | | Pin...

    Bond, Business process outsourcing, Corporate finance 1650  Words | 7  Pages

  • Best Sme Practices Bangladesh May Replicate

    Best SME Practices Bangladesh May Replicate Md Joynal Abdin Program Officer (Research) SME Foundation, Bangladesh At the conference titled "D-8 Taskforce Meeting on SME", held in Dhaka on October 09, 2012, Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Nigeria and Turkey presented papers on SME (Small and Medium Enterprise) Development in their countries. Let us have a look at the notable features of the presentations and identify the best practices of the D-8 member-states that Bangladesh...

    Aid, Bangladesh, Economic geography 1983  Words | 7  Pages

  • Micro Small and Medium Enterprise

    Abhishek Swami Gaurav Yadav Sagnik Ghoshal Micro Small &amp; Medium Enterprise Index: - Definition: - (a) Enterprises engaged in the manufacture or production, processing or preservation of goods as specified below: i) A micro enterprise is an enterprise where investment in plant and machinery [original cost excluding land and building and the items specified by the Ministry of Small Scale Industries vide ii) A small enterprise is an enterprise where the investment in plant and machinery...

    Capitalism, Industry, Secondary sector of the economy 4479  Words | 16  Pages

  • A Study of the Microfinance Institutions and Their Effects on Funding of Small Scale Enterprises in Edo State

    A STUDY OF THE MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON FUNDING OF SMALL SCALE ENTERPRISES IN EDO STATE BY AMADASUN ESE INTRODUCTION One factor inhibiting the attainment of development goals in less developed countries is the populace’s general inability to access factors of production, especially finance. This limits the entrepreneurial ability of the people, especially the poor. Consequently, potential employment opportunities and household prospects for creating wealth and improving income...

    Developing country, Development, Economic development 2547  Words | 8  Pages

  • Forms of Financial Support for Enterprise

    Forms of financial support for enterprise Entrepreneurial finance is an important issue in business. This article is devoted to the issue of financing of business. There are many forms and methods of financing the enterprise: for this purpose may be used the issue of shares, loans, leases financing, mortgages, etc. Each of the used form of financing has certain advantages and disadvantages. Therefore, in any investment project should be a thorough assessment of the effects of using different...

    Bond, Debt, Economics 2065  Words | 6  Pages

  • Impact of Alternative Power Generation on Small and Meduim Scale Enterprises in Nigeria. Case Study: the Laundry Business in Nigeria

    PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT COURSE TITLE: BUS 802 BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODOLOGY ASSIGNMENT : IMPACT OF ALTERNATIVE POWER GENERATION ON SMALL AND MEDUIM SCALE ENTERPRISES IN NIGERIA. CASE STUDY: THE LAUNDRY BUSINESS IN NIGERIA KEYWORDS: SME’s, power, performance, financial development, poverty alleviation and employment 1. Introduction Small and Medium Enterprises Development (SMEs) has continued to be a popular phrase in the Business world. This is because the sector serves as a...

    Business, Business school, Economic development 1274  Words | 5  Pages

  • Impact of Micro Finance

    Conference on Innovation & Management Impact of Microfinance on Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Nigeria Idowu Friday Christopher School of Management, Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan, P.R.China, 430070 (E-mail: ifchristo@yahoo.com) Abstract The fundamental objective of this study is to assess the impact of Microfinance on Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Nigeria. Simple random sampling technique was employed in selecting the 100 SMEs that constituted the sample size of the research...

    Angel investor, Bank, Corporate finance 5000  Words | 15  Pages

  • Fiscal Policy of Bangladesh Regarding Sme

    Fiscal Policy of Bangladesh regarding SME Fiscal Policy generally refers to the use of TAXATION and government expenditure to regulate the aggregate level of economic activity in a country. Fiscal policy in Bangladesh basically comprises activities, which the country carries out to obtain and use resources to provide services while ensuring optimum efficiency of the economic units. The policy influences the behavior of economic forces through public finance. Major objectives of the fiscal...

    Economics, Economy, Macroeconomics 1334  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Impact of Development Grants on Growth of Smes in Rural Tanzania

    Intended Research Topic (CONCEPT PAPER) 1. Topic of Research: The suggested research topic is: "The Impact of Development Grants on Growth of SMEs in Rural Tanzania". 2. Brief Statement of the Research Problem: Tanzania has recognised the importance of SMEs to the economic developments of the country, and has taken various measures to support their growth. However, despite of the efforts to enhance SMEs growth into the country, still a number of factors limit their growth. One of the many limiting...

    Air Tanzania, Dar es Salaam, Poverty 824  Words | 3  Pages

  • Small Scale Enterprise and Poverty Reduction

    above show that a lot more work needs to be done (Bradshaw, 2005). In 2000/01, the issue of the vulnerability of the poor stimulated another stress for governance and institutions. As a result, the World Bank promoted three ways to tackle poverty: opportunity, empowerment and security (World Bank, 2001a). Despite the above strategies, poverty is still the world’s greatest challenge. In 1998, for example, of the world’s 6 billion people, 2.8 billion lived on less than $2 a day, and 1.2 billion lived...

    Africa, Economic development, Extreme poverty 21550  Words | 63  Pages

  • Access to Finance

    Economic Policy Paper on Access to Finance for SMEs: Problems and Remedies Prepared under The DCCI-CIPE, ERRA Project (CIPE is an affiliate of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce, Washington, DC, USA) The Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) 65-66, Motijheel Commercial Area, Dhaka-1000 2003 1 Economic Policy Paper on Access to Finance for SMEs: Problems and Remedies Prepared by : Dr. A.K. Enamul Haque and Mr. Sakib Mahmud Subject Matter Specialists Publishers The...

    Bangladesh, Bank, Finance 19513  Words | 101  Pages

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