• Cambodia
    Sector of Cambodia is As composed of: 22 commercial banks: 3 foreign branch banks and 19 22 locally incorporated 7 specialized banks: 1 state owned (Rural Development specialized Bank) and 6 local privately owned 2 representative offices: Standard Chartered and Vietnam representative Bank...
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  • Essay
    policy actively and flexibly prioritize high inflation in 2008 to focus on preventing economic decline in 2009 , restored in 2010 and growth to curb inflation, stabilize the macro economy and support economic growth in 2011, 2012. In 2013: The Vietnamese commercial bank system includes: 5 state-owned...
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  • Comercial Banks
    banks have established Export Promotion Cell for the information and guidance of the exporters. CONCLUSION: Among the three primary agents that help in the circulation of funds in the market, commercial banks are the most important. To run their businesses small medium enterprises, households and new...
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  • Thesis
    & portfolio ratios of these banks. • To find out the deposit collection & the effectiveness of fund mobilization. The Conclusion of the research study is as follows: • HBL is more successful in mobilizing the fund in proper way in comparison to other three commercial banks...
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    Approval Sheet Faculty of Management Studies Pokhara University Approval The Internship Report titled “A study on Customer Service Department and Marketing” Of Prime Commercial Bank Limited...
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  • Appraisal of Commercial Bank of Ethiopia’s Strategic Success
    ....................................................................................................................... 14 Weakness ....................................................................................................................... 14 Recommendations and conclusion .................................................................................... 15 2 Appraisal of Commercial Bank...
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  • Rural Banking
    ABSTRACT Rural banking in India started since the establishment of banking sector in India. Rural Banks in those days mainly focused upon the agro sector. Today, commercial banks and Regional Rural Banks in India are penetrating every corner of the country are extending a helping hand in the...
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  • Banking and Finance
    . Conclusion Based on Summary 3. Recommendation 4. Suggestion for Further Studies Reference: chapter one 1.0 General Description of Area of Study Bank is financial institution established by and act of parliament to act as a financial intermediary that accept deposits (into lending activities...
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  • An Evaluation of New Product (Service) on the Profit Performance of Commercial Banks in Nigeria
    customer’s needs and expectations. The advantages inherent in product establishment cannot be over emphasized. At the end of the research on the first Bank plc under the evaluation of new product on the profit performance of commercial banks. The following conclusion can be deduced. 1...
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  • Commercial Policy of United Kingdom
    changes in the methods of control of world trade since the conclusion of the War of 1914-18. The purpose of commercial policy is to promote exports. Even though many countries use subsidies in order to promote exports, a more effective method is to minimize or eliminate trade barriers while engaging...
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  • Deregulation: a Major Cause for the Financial Crisis of 2008
    crisis. This was due to a lot of regulation. In 1933 Congress approved the Glass-Steagall Act, or the Banking act, which prohibited commercial banks to speculate with investors’ money. This act arranged a limitation in the affiliation between commercial and investment banks. Until the 1980’s...
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  • law relating to banking
    .” Kent defined it as “an institution which is charged with the responsibility of managing the expansion and contraction of the volume of money in the interests of the public welfare.” In Culbertson’s words, a commercial bank is defined as “an institution that makes short term loans to business and...
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  • Ups vs. Fedex
    competition and concentration, which has been unexplored. Over the last few months commercial banks have been under fire for their high-loan interest rates and wide spread between their fixed deposits savings accounts and lending rates. Commercial banks within Jamaica operated under an Oligopoly...
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  • Interest Rates by Commercial Banks
    setting up shop in Gaborone. Therefore our research was carried out based on commercial banks in Gaborone. PROCEDURE In order to carry out our research we used questionnaires to individuals, interviewed commercial banks and other lenders (loan sharks) as well as read books and relevant websites...
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  • Banking System in the Lower Mekong System
    formulation of monetary policy and the financial industry regulatory so the central bank will only become the regulator instead of owner. Secondly, absorbing foreign strategic investors and insuring the maximum profit. The government tried to put these state-owned banks on a commercial footing so that...
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  • Investment Analysis of Commercial Banks in Nepal
    of modern commerce. The study mainly focuses on the Investment Analysis of the Commercial Banks by comparing five main commercial banks of Nepal. The term bank or banking can be referred to any institution authorized by a government to accept deposit, pay interest, clear cheques, make loans, acts...
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  • Cooperative Banks
    distribution of long-term credit ratings by the Fitch Ratings for cooperative banks and commercial banks in the 29 advanced economies and emerging markets. The overall conclusion is that at least on the first look there does not seem to be a major difference between the ratings for cooperative banks and...
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  • Pakistan's Banking Sector's Industry Analysis
    from a central bank to commercial banks and to specialized agencies to cater for special requirements of specific sectors. The country started without any worthwhile banking network in 1947 but witnessed phenomenal growth in the first two decades. By 1970, it had acquired a flourishing banking sector...
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  • Dissertation - Fdi Impact on Chinese Banks
    domestic banks would be improved. 3.3 Conclusions By using the questionnaire method to research and analyse the subject; impact of foreign retail banking investment in China on the commercial performance of Chinese retail banks. Through the respondents who are bank workers and professionals, three broad...
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  • Monetary Policy Impact on Macroeconomic
    commercial banks or to the public. When the Fed buys bonds from commercial banks, the commercial bank will have negative securities and positive reserves in assets. The positive reserves will increase the lending ability of the commercial banks. The commercial bank will have positive reserves in assets...
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