There is a sea change in the media world. While most consumers see the news papers, the same magazines and listen to the same radio programs, behind this bland public exterior there is a seething world of innovation, acquisition, global partnership and d...
Al-Arafah Islami Bank
Topic: - “ Islamic Banking System”
Prepared by: -
ID No: - 07201107849
BBA, 12th Batch
Date of Submission: 22/ 01/ 2011
University Of Liberal Arts Bangladesh
Letter of Transmittal
22nd April, 2009
Prof. Dr. Sy...
Online banking is an internet based account management service that allows to view our account balances and transaction transfer funds between authorized accounts, initiate loan payments, request stop payments on checks, order personal checks, download transaction informatio...
Although merchant banking activity was ushered in two decades ago, it was only in 1992 after the formation of Securities and Exchange Board of India that it is defined and a set of rules and regulations in place. Today a merchant banker is who has the ability to merchandise tha...
Principles and Practices of Investment Modes of Islamic Banking | |
Abstract: The objective of the study is to gather practical knowledge regarding general banking system, investment and foreign exchange system and its operation. By pictorial description it is tried to find out the variation from...
ADOPTION OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) IN THE BANKING SECTOR: SUCCESS OR FAILURE?
Ukeh, Moses Ichongo
Superlife Consulting, Makurdi
Nigerian banking industry has become highly ICT-based and is reaping the benefits of technological revolution as evidenced b...
Information systems audit policy for the banking and financial sector
Working group for information systems security for the banking and financial sector Department of Information Technology Reserve Bank Of India Mumbai October, 2001 FOREWORD The business operations in the banking and financial sec...
ONLINE BANKING SERVICE IN BANGLADESH
1. DEFINITION OF ONLINE BANKING
Online banking is a service offered by banks that allows account holders to access their account data via the Internet. In order to take advantage of online banking, an account holder would need to meet se...
“Interest Free Banking” is a fundamental concept derived from the Islamic form of banking. It operates with the primitive professional and ethical standards that exclude the “Muslims” from paying or receiving any kind of interest. This certainly does not mean that the revenue generating acti...
While walking on streets we come across many buildings having various names like Canara Bank, ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank, Punjab Bank, National Bank, State Bank of India, etc. What do these names stand for? Did you ever try to know about them? If you enter any such building you will co...
A study on the development of e-banking in Bangladesh and new era of mobile banking in banking sector
Now day’s e-banking is the most common talked matter in the world And Mobile banking is a form of e-banking. It is an Invaluable and powerful tool driving in econom...
School Working Papers Series 2002 SWP 2002/36
eCommerce and Human Resource Management: Theoretical Approaches and Issues for the Banking Industry
Authors: Yvette Blount, Tanya Castleman, Paula M.C. Swatman
BASEL III AND ABOLITION OF UNIVERSAL BANKING MODEL – IMPLICATION FOR NIGERIAN BANKS
In the aftermath of the economic recession which pulled down many global banks and exposed multiple weaknesses in regulation and banking structures, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision agreed...
What is online banking?
If you're like most people, you've heard a lot about online banking but probably haven't tried it yourself. You still pay your bills by mail and deposit checks at your bank branch, much the way your parents did. You might shop online for a loan, life insurance or a home mort...
Supply of and Demand for Financial Products
2.1 Payment and Transaction Products
Payment and transaction products play key roles in smoothing retail banking and settling payment obligations in business to business and business to customer activities. In Bangladesh, payment and trans...
Banking system occupies an important place in a nation's economy because of its intermediary role; it ensures allocation and relocation of resources and keeps up the momentum of economic activities. In a developing country like Bangladesh, the...