• Effect of Electronic Transactions on Effective Financial Service Delivery
    EFFECT OF ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS ON EFFECTIVE FINANCIAL SERVICE DELIVERY (A Case Study of GTB, UBA and Access Bank Plc) _____________________________________________ 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Electronic commerce is now thought to hold the promise of a new commercial revolution by offering an...
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  • Electronic Banking System in Nigeria
    Guaranty Trust Bank Plc over more than two decades has distinguished itself as a leading institution and a major contributor to the economic advancement in Nigeria. Guaranty Trust Bank Plc with its headquarter at Victoria Island, Lagos as at December 2011 had an operating income of N141.729 billion...
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  • enterptise funding
    INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study 1.2 Statement of problem 1.3 Objectives of study 1.4 Significance of study 1.5 Research Questions 1.6 Research hypothesis 1.7 Organization of the study 1.8 Definition of Terms ...
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  • Mergers and Acquisitions in Indian Banking Sector
    MOTIVES BEHIND MERGER 4. ADVANTAGES OF MERGER III COMPANY ANALYSIS 1. ANALYSIS OF ICICI&BANK OF MADURA 2. ANALYSIS OF HDFC&TIMES BANK 3. ANALYSIS OF OBC&GTB IV CONCLUSIONS V CALCULATOINS PART VI APPENDIX VII BIBLIOGRAPHY ...
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  • Case Study of Merger of Global Trust Bank & Oriental Bank of Commerce
    ADMINISTRATION IN | |" AN ANALYSIS ON POST MERGER IMPACT ON BANKS OF INDIAN BANKING SECTOR " IN MADURAI KAMARAJ UNIVERSITY | |TEACHING EXPERIENCE ...
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  • Global Trust Bank
    | | |Global Trust Bank is now Oriental Bank of Commerce  | | ...
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  • Ghsdf
    Professor, Department of MBA K. S. Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode E – Mail: srevathy_78@yahoo.co.in ABSTRACT Like all business entities, banks want to safeguard against risks, as well as exploit available opportunities indicated by existing and expected trends. M&As in the banking sector have...
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  • Various Cost Control Techniqes
    OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY The objectives of the study are illustrated as under: 1. To study the various techniques of cost control. 2. To study how costing helps in the decision making. 3. To study the factors relevant for decision making 4. To study how can we use costing techniques...
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  • The Rig Veda
    Chapter I Introduction to Banking Operations After reading this chapter, you will be conversant with: • The Changing Nature of Banking Operations • Importance of Customer Relationship Management in Banks • Different Types of Products and Services...
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  • Obc Functions
    Oriental Bank of Commerce made a beginning under its Founding Father, Late Rai Bahadur Lala Sohan Lal, the first Chairman of the Bank. Within four years of coming into existence, the Bank had to face partition. Branches in the newly formed Pakistan had to be closed down and the Registered Office had...
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  • Raaaaaaaaawww
    of contents 1.ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 3. RESEARCH OBJECTIVE 4. RESEARCH METHODOLOG * DATA SOURCES * SCOPE OF THE STUDY * LIMITATIONS 5. Chapter-1 Introduction 6. Chapter-2 Company Profile 7. Chapter-3 Main Chapter * Banking Services * Investment...
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  • Mcommerce
    on strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) analysis. Findings revealed that all banks in Nigeria offer e-Banking services and about 52% of the offer some forms of m-Banking services. The banks and the telecoms operators have enormous potentials and opportunities for m-Commerce but the level...
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  • Hdfc Bank
    Generally speaking a bank is an institution dealing in money. The origin of the word bank is traced to the Italian ‘banca’, ‘banc’ or ‘banque’, which means a bench. It is stated that in Middle Ages the European money changers and moneylenders displayed their coins on their benches and conducted their...
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  • “Strategic Alliances: the Tool for Sustainable Industrial Growth and Social Upliftment”
    paper is to study the role of M&A’s, Joint ventures, Private Equity, Consolidation and other tools of strategic alliance towards development and growth of Indian Industries, with special reference to Automobile, Information Technology, Telecom, Banking and Aviation industries. The study inclines towards...
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  • Mergers and Aquisition
    where two merging firms are in the same general industry, but they have no mutual buyer/customer or supplier relationship, such as a merger between a bank and a leasing company. Purchase Mergers As the name suggests, this kind of merger occurs when one company purchases another. The purchase is...
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  • M & a in Banking
    Objectives of Mergers and Acquisition Major mergers and acquisition post 2000 Analysis of mergers in India - Times HDFC GTB & OBC Banking in India- The Another important advantage behind this kind of merger is that in this process, competition is reduced because merger eliminates competitors...
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  • Merger
    part of the research study “Mergers and Acquisitions in PSU Banks” submitted to the Indian Institute of Banking and Finance (IIBF), Mumbai. Financial assistance received from IIBF is gratefully acknowledged. The authors are thankful to the various public and private sector banks for their cooperation...
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  • Report on Kotak
    A PROJECT REPORT ON “PRODUCT/SERVICES AND MARKETING STRATEGIES” Undertaken At “KOTAK MAHINDRA BANK” Submitted In The Partial Fulfillment For The Award Of The Degree Of BACHELOR OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Submitted to: Submitted by: Ms.Bhawana Dhawan Gaurav Garg ...
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  • Paper 1
    Statement 10 3.3 Target Market and Customers 10 3.4 Products/Services (International operations) 11 3.5 The UK market environment 12 3.5.1 Target market: 14 3.5.2 Possible Products/Services (UK operations) - 15 3.5.3 Market entry options: 15 3.5.4 Market entry strategy: 17 3.6 Marketing...
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  • E-Banking
    financing, etc). This has given innumerable options to customers in choosing banking services. As a response and aided by technological developments, banks have attempted to build customer satisfaction through providing better products and services and at the same time to reduce operating costs. Thus the...
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