• Masters Student
    idea-based. Role of Information Systems in Banks: An Empirical Study in the Indian Context A M Rawani and M P Gupta Introduction Over the last three decades, there has been a phenomenal increase in the size, spread, and activities undertaken by banks in India. From approximately 8,000 bank branches in...
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  • Academic Doc
    Absence of a fair banking system is identified as a prime cause of backwardness of any country in respect of its commerce and industry. Banks have been playing effective role in the capitalistic as well as socialistic countries of the world in their internal distribution of wealth. Banking system of Bangladesh...
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  • development banks
    Development Banks: Their role and importance for development C.P. Chandrasekhar Among the institutions whose role in the development of the less developed regions is well recognised but inadequately emphasised are the development banks. Playing multiple roles, these institutions have helped promote...
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  • Helping Notes
    various other services are also offered by banks.  The banking services these days include issuance of debit and credit cards, providing safe custody of valuable items, lockers, ATM services and online transfer of funds across the country / world. What is the role of banking? It is well said that banking...
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  • Technology
    Role of information technology in banking industry by Ilyas-Ur Rahman INTRODUCTION I.T. in Banking: 1). Technology has opened up new markets, new products, new services and efficient delivery channels for the banking industry. Online electronics banking, mobile banking and internet banking are just...
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  • Are Public Sector Bank Socially Justifiable? a Case on Bangladesh
    Public Sector Banks Socially Justifiable? Various overlapping political and economic rationales have been advanced for public sector banks. Politically, public sector banks may be a response to the substantial economic and political power of large private banks. Although private banks are government...
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  • Impact of Private Sector Banks on Public Sector Banks
    Banks are basically service-rendering institutions. The existence and success of banks depend on their ability to meet the various needs and wants of the customers. The new millennium has brought with it challenges as well as opportunities in various fields of economic activities including banking. The...
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  • Bank Lending to the Growth of a Firm
    DETAIL THE SIGNIFICANCE OF BANK LENDING TO THE GROWTH OF A FIRM IN NIGERIA The important of financial institutions in generating growth within the firm or organizations; has been widely discussed in the literature. Early economists such as Schumpeter in 1911 identified banks role in facilitating technological...
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  • Merger of Icici and Icici Bank
    MERGER OF ICICI & ICICI BANK [pic] PREPARED BY: SALONI SHARMA ROLL NO. 57 Introduction to sector- banking sector The banking sector plays an important role in the growth and development of an economy. The banks provide funds to various institutions which in finance other...
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  • Project
    PSU, Private and Foreign Banks’ Profitability Differences and their Determinants Chinar Gupta under the guidance of Dr. V. Raveendra Saradhi INDIAN INSTITUTE OF FOREIGN TRADE, DELHI B-21, Qutab Institutional Area New Delhi-110016 2013 0|Page TABLE OF CONTENT Acknowledgement Declaration ...
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  • Role of It in Banking Sector
    Role of It in Banking Sector Summary: The article presents a study which aims to analyze the role of information technology (IT) in the banking industry. Based on the article, technological innovations have enabled the industry to open up efficient delivery channels. It is said that IT has helped...
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  • Performance Evaluation of Banking Industry in Bangladesh: a Comperative Study
    is a consensus regarding the positive role played by the financial sector in promoting economic development (Gerschenkron, 1962; Patrick, 1966; Galbis, 1977). In Bangladesh, banking sector has flourished a lot compared to other sectors of the economy. But the role of this key sector in national development...
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  • Creating a More Efficient Financial System: Challenges for Bangladesh
    its financial system, most prominently by privatizing its government-owned banks, the Nationalized Commercial Banks (NCBs), a sustainable long-term expansion of the financial system requires a more substantial change in the role of government. Using recent research and international comparisons, this paper...
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  • Profitability of Banks
    INTRODUCTION Banking system is an important constituent of the overall economic system. It plays an important role in mobilizing the nation’s savings and in channelizing them into high investment priorities and better utilization of available resources. Hence banking can better be described as...
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  • Term Paper
    * Capital market: * Role financial market in economic development: * Bank: * List of banks in Bangladesh: * Central Bank: Bangladesh Bank: * Nationalized Commercial Banks: * Private Commercial Banks: * Specialized Banks: * Roles of the Regulatory institutions...
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  • Werer
    The role of commercial banks Commercial banks engage in the following activities: * processing of payments by way of telegraphic transfer, EFTPOS, internet banking, or other means * issuing bank drafts and bank cheques * accepting money on term deposit * lending money by overdraft, installment...
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  • Role of Institutional Credit in Economic Growth
    credit plays an important role in enhancing the agricultural productivity in developing countries like India. The study discusses about the need for institutional credit followed by a brief about the birth of Institutional credit in India. The paper also discusses the Bank Reforms of India and the...
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  • Role of Law in Business Development
    20, Issue 5 1996 Article 6 The Role of Law in Business Development Ibrahim F.I. Shihata∗ ∗ Copyright c 1996 by the authors. Fordham International Law Journal is produced by The Berkeley Electronic Press (bepress). http://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/ilj The Role of Law in Business Development Ibrahim...
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  • PARVEZ
    sector is an essential precondition to increase the economic level of a country. This paper tries to model and evaluate the efficiency of 50 Indian banks. The Inefficiency can be analyzed and quantified for every evaluated unit. The aim of this paper is to estimate and compare efficiency of the banking...
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  • Financial System in Bangladesh
    and shift risks to its lowest level (low economic development). Financial system plays an important role in the economic development and it is divided into financial markets and institutions. The role of the financial system is to gather or pool money from people and businesses that have more than they...
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