• Case Study Nbp
    Bank of Pakistan was established on November 9, 1949 as a semi public commercial bank under the National Bank of Pakistan. The main purpose of the National Bank of Pakistan at its initial stage is to extend credit to the agriculture sector. At that time the crises were on their peak so...
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  • The Role of Banking Sector in Developing Housing Schemes
    ……………………………………………………………………11 The Housing Finance Market………………………………………………………12 Efficiency and Performance of the Mortgage Finance Industry…………………...16 Pakistan HBFC……………………………………………………………………..17 Commercial Bank Lending………………………………………………………....20 Specialized Mortgage Finance...
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  • Isalmic Banking
    Pakistan and six conventional banks of the same size were selected for the purpose of comparison. Data relating to their performance and profitability were collected from primary and secondary sources from 2006 to 2008. The ratio analysis technique was applied to measure the performance of key...
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  • Pakistan Banking Sector
    ) is the sole supervisory and regulatory authority of Commercial Banks, Islamic Commercial Bank, Development Financial Institutions (DFIs), Micro Finance Banks and foreign exchange companies in Pakistan. The remaining financial institutions are monitored by other authorities, such as the Securities...
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  • Nbp Linkage of Profitability with Financial Indicators
    basic ground for bank’s performance, but to see either these variables are affecting bank’s performance or profitability explicitly or implicitly, this research is done. This paper argues the external and internal determinants of profitability of national bank of Pakistan. In general theory...
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  • Effect of Global Financial Crisis on Banks in Pakistan
    | |Crescent Commercial Bank Limited | |Standard Chartered Bank (Pakistan) Limited...
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  • Report
    emphasis on fostering Pakistan's economic growth through aggressive and balanced lending policies, technologically oriented products and services offered through its nationwide branches. National Bank of Pakistan is the largest commercial bank which is operating in Pakistan. Its balance sheet...
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  • Thesis
    -Bid Matters 1.5 General Objectives of Privatization 1.6. Modalities of Privatization in Pakistan 1.7. Implications of Bank Privatization 1.8. Privatization of Banks Privatization of Banks in Pakistan 1.9. 1.9.1 Muslim Commercial Bank Limited. 1.9.2. Allied Bank Limited 1.9.3 Overview 1.9.4...
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  • Js Bank Report
    Limited has been formed after the merger and amalgamation of Jahangir Siddiqui Investment Bank Limited and commercial banking operations of American Express Bank Ltd Pakistan. JS Bank Limited commenced operations in Pakistan as a fully scheduled bank on December 30, 2006. JS Bank Limited also has a...
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  • Impact of Reward System on Employee Motivation
    improved in order to increase employee motivation. Subjects for the study consisted of one hundred employees of different commercial banks of Pakistan. Data for the study were gathered through questionnaire. The data collected was analyzed by using correlation and regression analysis. The results...
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  • Student
    and norms was cancelled for the first time in the history of Pakistan after following the due process. This decision was upheld by Peshawar High Court. b) Ownership and management were changed at two private commercial banks, one of which had committed breach through unauthorized transfer of...
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  • Risk Management
    Banking Council used to monitor the performance of nationalized commercial banks and State Bank acted as a central bank. The banking history of Pakistan is as old as Pakistan itself. At the time of independence, Pakistan had only one bank named as Habib Bank which was initially started in 1941 in...
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  • Trend Analysis
    different but integrated economic activities like resources mobilization, poverty elimination, production and distribution of public finance. Pakistan has a well-developed banking system, which consists of a wide variety of institutions ranging from a central bank to commercial banks and to specialized...
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  • Cover Letter
    maintained separately. A series of directives issued in 1981 by the State Bank of Pakistan (the central bank) permitted the commercial banks to issue these deposits to acquire non-interest-based securities offered by the specialized credit institutions, to finance exports and 366 Economic Development...
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  • Sbp and Its Role and Functions
    is the responsibility of State Bank to systematically monitor the performance of every banking company to ensure its compliance with the statutory criteria, and banking rules & regulations The financial sector in Pakistan comprises of Commercial Banks, Specialized banks, Development Finance...
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  • Principles of Management
    in Habib Bank Plaza, Karachi, Pakistan, is the largest bank in Pakistan. HBL was the first commercial bank to be established in Pakistan in 1947. It has come a long way from its modest beginnings in Bombay in 1941 when it commenced operations with a fixed capital of 25,000 rupees. Impressed by its...
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  • Sr. Manager Contracts
    drafting, review and negotiations with the all the customers and subcontractors in Pakistan. • Complete commercial support pre and post tendering and contracting stages i.e. at bidding and contracts negotiation and finalization levels. • Procurement/outsourcing of telecom equipments with...
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  • Privatization Program in Pakistan
    and what could have been. This paper will discuss rationales for privatization under SAP by World Bank and privatization commission of Pakistan. This discussion will follow up with analysis of these rationales. This analysis along with the critiques against it will help check the...
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  • Financial Intermediaries
    intermediaries do the lending to the ultimate investors. The financial intermediary sector of Pakistan is composed of the money market and capital markets, with primary and secondary dealers. Key FIs are comprised of State Bank of Pakistan (SBP), commercial banks, non-bank financial institutions (NBFIs...
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  • Hr Implications in Private Banks
    the Corporate Law Authority (CLA). The SBP acts as central bank, Pakistan Banking Council (PBC) used to monitors the performance of nationalized commercial banks and Corporate Law Authority regulates the equity market. At the time of independence Pakistan inherited Habib Bank that was established in...
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