• Chamical Bank Case
    CHEMICAL BANK CASE Executive Summary The retail bank division of Chemical Bank was performing a radical organizational transformation into a market-focused and customer-focused organization after the 1991 merger with the Manufacturers Hanover Corporation. The new vision of the bank was to shi...
    Premium 2831 Words 12 Pages
  • Bendigo Bank Case Study
    Case Study The Business Of Thinking Industry: Financial Services Project: Improving customer service and sales effectiveness and building a culture that promotes diversity Contributed by: Matthew Galik, Director of Sales and Marketing, Herrmann International Asia; and Andrew Stagg, Manager, Le...
    Premium 3185 Words 13 Pages
  • Southwest State Bank Case - Profitability/Swot Analysis
    Key Trends Identified in SSB's Profitability from 1991 through 1993 According to the calculated ratios in Table-1, SSB had the following major trends in profitability during the time of 1991 to 1993: • Decreasing return on equity (ROE) - shareholder return • Gradual & unsteadily decreasing...
    Premium 1578 Words 7 Pages
  • Nigeria Bank Case
    Executive Summary This case shows us the importance of company¡¯s core principles and makes us think how to keep the values of the principles and renew the organization. Guaranty Trust Bank has three main principles when it is founded. Those three principles are ¡°Integrity,¡± ¡°Professiona...
    Premium 1772 Words 8 Pages
  • Case Study£ºmacmillan and Grunski Consulting
    Introductory Overview The group project, Macmillan and Grunski Consulting, consists of two sections. The first part explains the case about discounted cash flow analysis, by answering the given nine questions. The second part discusses the retirement planning.  Case Study Sandra Macmi...
    Premium 3576 Words 15 Pages
  • Grid Case Study
    Grid computing: business application After the theoretical analysis of grid computing and an overview of the advantages and the drawbacks of this technology on the business world it may be interesting to have a more practical view on what the implementation of a grid system in concrete terms can...
    Premium 762 Words 4 Pages
  • Bank of China Hong Kong 's
    Bank of China Hong Kong 's Initial Public Offering by Hugh Thomas Associate Professor of Finance The Chinese University of Hong Kong Draft of April 28, 2003 Accepted for publication in Journal of Financial Education. I am grateful to participants at the North American Case Resea...
    Premium 7334 Words 30 Pages
  • Royal Bank of Canada (Rbc)
    This case discusses a crisis at the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) that occurred on May 31, 2004. The crises involved a programming change to a vital piece of banking software. An incorrect change to the code led to the failure of the bank’s programs which in turn led to customers that could not check...
    Premium 1015 Words 5 Pages
  • Republic National Bank of Dallas
    Environmental Analysis The Macro Environment Revenue within the Texas banking unit is generated primarily from the pockets of urban and commercial growth. Demographic and economic factors have caused a dramatic increase in banking activity. This is due in large to a population growth and increas...
    Premium 2927 Words 12 Pages
  • Askari Bank and
    INTRODUCTION IT has evolved banking a lot recently. Now banking has become computerized and digitized. It has become faster, easier and widespread. Now almost any thing can be done online. If we go 10 years back, we will find a lot of change in banking style. Now we will see how exactly banking has...
    Premium 5735 Words 23 Pages
  • Challenging the Vision: Grameen Bank
    Challenging the Vision: Grameen Bank 1. Introduction Grameen Bank, founded in 1974 by Peace Nobel Prize 2006 winner Mohammad Yunus, has been heralded as an effective way in which business can help eradicate poverty by challenging established beliefs and assumptions in the lending process to peop...
    Premium 4364 Words 18 Pages
  • Hansa Case Study
    THE 2006 NATIONAL BUDGET 1.0 Introduction The Minister of Finance Trevor Manuel delivered his 10th highly anticipated budget on the 15th February 2006, with what the Market Economic Research (MER) termed ¡§a remarkably successful fiscal policy era continuing to be in evidence¡¨ The MER further...
    Premium 3092 Words 13 Pages
  • Supply Chain Management - a Basf Case Study
    Journal of Supply Chain management and other Business issues BASF Case Study – Challenges in Supply Chain Management Thomas Schuster, Daan Cramer, Niek Nigg, Bart van Gorp, Myrthe Jansen, Alla Lashmanova, under the supervision of Dr. Peter Bollen University College Maastricht Business Pres...
    Premium 5404 Words 22 Pages
  • Reflections on the First Amendment
    Reflections on the First Amendment On December 15th, 1971, the first X amendments to the Constitution went into affect. The first X amendments to the constitution were known as the Bill of Rights. The First Amendment was written by James Madison because the American people were demanding a guarante...
    Premium 1858 Words 8 Pages
  • Taking Sides Case Analysis
    Introduction Citibank, part of Citigroup, was one of the first foreign firms that had obtained licenses to conduct a limited range of commercial activities in China. By 2002, Citibank had become one of the strongest foreign banks operating in the People's Republic of China (PRC), but as a foreign b...
    Premium 938 Words 4 Pages
  • Citi Bank N.a and Pay Link Service to Customer
    1. Introduction 1.1 Objective: 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,...
    Premium 7946 Words 32 Pages
  • Case Study
    Case Study: Let it Pour – My First Assignment as Executive Assistant MGT350 Critical Thinking: Strategies in Decision-Making Lori Brooks May 1, 2006 Case Study Analysis Faith Community Hospital is experiencing a crisis of leadership. It's always easy to pin the blame on management,...
    Premium 1588 Words 7 Pages
  • Bank Marketing
    I. Introduction Within our society, financial institutions are becoming more abundant. Along with this present growth, the field of marketing financial services has also grown in size and scope with new entrants everyday. The relatively stable banking environment is being altered with innovati...
    Premium 2504 Words 11 Pages
  • Euro Disney the First 100 Days
    Euro Disney: The First 100 Days Case Report Submitted by: Pavni Question 1: Assess the pros and cons of Disney's decision to build a theme park in Europe. Do you think it was a wise decision to invest in constructing a new park near Paris? Answer 1: There are several pros and cons in Disney's...
    Premium 3081 Words 13 Pages
  • Critique for Levin's Case for Torture
    There are real-world scenarios which not only allow for the use of torture, but which in fact necessitate it. This is Michael Levin's core argument in The Case for Torture (Newsweek, 1982). Levin effectively advances his argument primarily by presenting a number of hypothetical cases, designed to fo...
    Premium 1003 Words 5 Pages