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  • The Stewardship Reform In Banking Business

    willing to take the concept of stewardship seriously. But some banking crisis changes are not effectiveness. For example, the ‘ring-fence’ policy in Vickers Report. Due to the isolation of the retail banking business, investment banking and wholesale banking services have lost relatively cheap funding sources. It will reduce the profitability of commercial banks as a whole. The recommendations of the independent commission on banking reform not only impose higher requirements financial…

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  • The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Online Banking

    Online banking which also is referred to as internet Banking or electronic Banking (eBank), connects the consumers to the bank 's internet site through a browser as the means of conducting and managing various banking activities. It is noteworthy to mention that the banks are not restricted to exist exclusively online or to have a physical site; rather they can be any of the two or the combination of both. There are banks that have no physical sites, e.g. Telebank in Arlington, Virginia, while…

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  • Islamic Banking Case Study

    INTRODUCTION This report identifies the roles of three types of banking found in the financial sector. These are: Islamic banking, Conventional banking and Investment banking. 1.1 Objectives 1) Demonstrate an understanding of the role(s) played by different organisations within the Financial Services Sector 2) Demonstrate, in report format, an understanding of the ethical conflicts which face firms in the Financial Services Sector 3) Demonstrate and evaluate problems caused by differing…

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  • Bursa Bank: Case Study: Malayan Banking Berhad

    after discussing among the group members, the public listed company that we have decided to choose from Bursa Malaysia is Malayan Banking Berhad or better known as ‘Maybank’. There are several reasons as to why our group decided to choose Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank) as the company that we would like to study on. First and foremost, it is a known fact that Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank) is one of the largest bank in Southeast Asia by assets (Maybank Corporate, 2014). It is ranked first…

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  • Impact Of Information Security In Banking

    step in the fundamental development in the banking system. Over the years there has been high increase in the use of internet and mobile banking. As a new way of performing banking transaction through a distribution channels. The development and increase in the information technology on the banking system has made operations and service for financial institution relatively easy and so increased customers satisfaction. As new methods of electronic banking services are formed the threats also…

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  • Disadvantages Of Shadow Banking

    Shadow banking is a risky business. In China, there is a variety of shadow banking products. WMPs are the major funding sources. The system is more volatile caused by the complicated mechanisms of shadow bank. By looking at the complicated shadow credit risk, first start with the wealth management products (WMPs). It is an alternative account to saving accounts with high interest rate. The reason of the higher rates for WMPs is because of the risk bank loans. These loans do not hold by banks on…

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  • Online Banking In Bangladesh Case Study

    in expanding internet based banking system in Bangladesh. Total number of internet users in the country increased from 186,000 in 2006 to 5.5 million in 2012 according to a study conducted by International Telecommunication Union. In 2010 Bangladesh Bank (BB) introduced electronic system which provides a platform for all the scheduled banks under Bangladesh Bank to conduct inter-bank clearing activity in an accurate and faster way which was not…

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  • Reserve Banking System

    Operating in a fractional reserve banking system where banks only keep a fraction of all their deposits in reserve, it is the role of central banks to protect and preserve its value and ensure its stability (Plosser, 2014). Central banks play a very important role in the fractional reserve banking system, because their goal is to limit the freedom of banks and prevent bank failures without completely limiting banks to performing “storage” services like 100% reserve banking would. However, many…

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  • SWOT Analysis: Malayan Banking Berhad

    3.0 SWOT Analysis Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank) has the biggest Islamic Banking in Malaysia. Thosemanagers have analyzed the external environment and the internal resources of the organisation, they will have the information they need to assess the organization’s strength, weaknesses, opportunity and threat. Such an assessment normally is referred to as a SWOT (sometimes called TOWS) analysis (Bateman and Snell, 2013). Strengths and weakness refer to internal resources. For example, an…

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  • Factors Influencing Islamic Banking In Kenya

    ASSESSMENT OF THE FACTORS INFLUENCING THE UPSURGE OF ISLAMIC BANKING SERVICES IN KENYA. A Thesis Submitted to the University of Eastern Africa, Baraton, School of Business, Department of Management In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Business Administration (Finance) Wilson Mauti Ogonda June, 2015 APPROVAL This thesis entitled “An Assessment of the Factors Influencing the Upsurge of Islamic Banking in Kenya” written and submitted by Wilson M.…

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