Csr In A Bank Research Essays and Term Papers

  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

    attempt has been made in this research to know the impact of corporate social responsibility on the profitability in the Nigerian Banking Industry using First Bank of Nigeria (FBN) Plc. as the case study. The present day conception of corporate social responsibility (CSR) implies that companies voluntarily...

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  • Csr Practices in Indian Banking

    Nishi Sharma - (IJAEBM) INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Vol No. 1, Issue No. 2, 058 - 066 CSR Practices and CSR Reporting in Indian Banking Sector NISHI SHARMA* University Institute of Applied Management Sciences Panjab University, Chandigarh-160014, India IJ Corresponding...

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  • empowerment

    Social Responsibility (CSR) is becoming an increasingly important activity to businesses nationally and internationally. As globalisation accelerates and large corporations serve as global providers, these corporations have progressively recognised the benefits of providing CSR programs in their various...

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  • Study of the Awareness About “Corporate Governance” and “Corporate Social Responsibility” of Banks Among Bank’s Customers and Employees.

    Research paper title: Study of the awareness about “Corporate Governance” and “Corporate Social Responsibility” of banks among bank’s customers and employees. Submitted by: Vijay Sharma, Research Scholar, Amity University Under Supervision of Dr. Sanjeev Bansal Abstract: - Corporate Social Responsibility...

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  • marketing

    Original Article A model of green bank marketing Received (in revised form): 17th May 2012 Constantine Lymperopoulos is an Associate Professor at the University of the Aegean, Department of Business Administration and adjunct Professor at the Hellenic Open University. He has a BSc in Business...

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  • Four basic models of the BGS relationship

    Executive summary Dutch-Bangla Bank Ltd is a commercial bank of Bangladesh. The Bank was established under the Bank Companies Act 1991 and incorporated as a public limited company under the Companies Act 1994 in Bangladesh with...

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  • Csr as a Marketing Tool in the Banking Sector

    chapter 1: Introduction CSR has become an important part of the corporate fabric and it calls for socially responsible activities from corporations. There has been a significant increase in the expectations of a wide range of stakeholders- consumers, employees, investors, communities, and governments...

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  • Corporate Social Responsibility: a Fundamental Part of Doing Good Business

    As a result, corporate social responsibility (CSR) has developed to play an important role in directing and defining the way organisations do business. Despite of its increased relevance and importance a universally accepted definition or framework of CSR is yet to be achieved. There also exists a recognisable...

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  • Corporate Social Responsibility in Banks

    Corporate Social Responsibility in Banks S.Kavitha[1] Abstract Corporate social responsibility stands for business contribution to sustainable development and covers company’s active participation in different fields, human rights, human resources, relations with clients, suppliers, and other...

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  • Grgfdg

    PAKISTAN (1972-2005) DR. NAILA NAZIR & DR. ABDUL QAYYUM KHAN THE IMPACT OF NON-PERFORMING ASSETS ON THE PROFITABILITY OF INDIAN SCHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS: AN EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE DR. N.KAVITHA EVALUATING SERVICE PERFORMANCE OF ADVERTISING FIRMS: STUDY ON BANGLADESHI ADVERTISING COMPANIES MD. MONIRUZZAMAN...

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  • Corporate Social Responsibilities Practises in the Banking Sector in Bangladesh

    economic development. Banks these days provide a variety of services. They provide both short- term and long- term credit. Their customers come from a small business to a multi- national corporation having its business activities all around the world. Today’s modern banks are not only providing traditional...

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  • Is Location a Structural Determinant of Community Related Csr Disclosure?

    PROJECT TITLE Is location a structural determinant of community related CSR disclosure? DATE September 2005 KEYWORDS corporate social responsibility (CSR) disclosure location community ABSTRACT CSR has become a matter of increasing importance in countries like the United...

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  • Personnel Preception

    BANK PERSONNEL PERCEPTION TOWARDS CSR PRACTICES Prof. Hardeep Chahal Dr. Sandeep Tandon, Ms. Bhavneesh Kaur Abstract Purpose : The aim of this paper is to measure bank personnel perception towards CSR practices of JKB, SBI and PNB. Design/Methodology Approach: This paper by using survey information...

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  • Corporate Social Responsibility, Organizational Culture, Ethical Citizenship and Reputation of Financial Institutions in Uganda

    requirements for the award of Master of Science in Marketing of Makerere University December 2010 i Declaration I David Katamba declare that this research work is my original work and has not been published and or submitted for any other degree award to any university before. Where it is indebted to...

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  • Csr Activities in India

    Development Process of Corporate social responsibility in Indian banking sector The development process of CSR strategy in Indian |Banking Sector can be divided into 4 phases. During 1920’s the CSR activities in financial sectors are mainly motivated by charity and philanthropy which does not have a clear...

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  • Annotatded biblo grpahy

    Ondotimi Songi , (2014),"CSR, human rights abuse and sustainability report accountability", International Journal of Law and Management, Vol. 56 Iss 2 pp. 136 - 151 Introduction In the context of environment and human rights the studies revealed that Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has not made ample...

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  • commercial banks

    report contains the meaning of CSR which includes the advantage of CSR towards bank, society, responsibility of corporate houses, objective of CSR, motive of CSR, responsibility towards customer. This document is all about multidimensional growth of customers for which the bank liable for their service selling...

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  • Research Proposal

    Research Proposal: A sense making approach of Corporate Social Responsibility to improve brand image Profile of the organizations 1. Unilever Bangladesh Limited, a fast moving consumer goods company, engages in the manufacture and distribution of home care products, personal care products, and...

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  • Auditor

    empirical studies thus far which have been conducted to examine the impact of CSR on employees and their particular work attitudes [7]; [8]; [9]; [10]; [6]. [11] mentioned that previous studies that examined the impact of CSR activities on stakeholders’ attitudes and behaviors toward an organisation...

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  • Integration of CSR into current business practice

    social responsibility (CSR). CSR illustrates a business that concerns all stakeholders involved, not just the shareholders. Ensuring that any corporate activity will be appropriately assessed to ensure a minimum impact on the community, people and environment. Daniel expanded on CSR, questioning whether...

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