European Financial Services Roundtable

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  • AIG Swot Analysis

    AIG is a multinational corporation that offers a wide variety of services to its customers. From property and casualty services to investment funding, AIG’s broad range of services helps them be ahead of its competition in certain areas. These services are offered to individuals and also businesses, which allows them to focus on two different target markets. With tough competition such as Allianz SE and Zurich Insurance Company, AIG has to keep up with its competitors by offering better value to its broad range of customers. The finance and insurance industry has been a very profitable one in the past years. In 2012 alone, the insurance industry’s net premiums added up to approximately $1.27 billion. In 2013 for the finance industry, earnings grew about 23 percent to $42.3 billion, which led to the 16th consecutive quarter of rising earnings. There are plenty of signs that show the industry will continue to grow. AIG needs to consider focusing more on the financial side and perhaps advertising it a bit more to attract new customers.…

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  • Dodd-Frank Ethical Analysis

    “varying rules and standards led to certain entities not being regulated at all, with others subject to less oversight than their peer financial firms organized under different charters” (Morrison & Foerster, 2010, p. 6). After the financial crisis, analysts pointed to the “many regulatory failures” and gaps in oversight as the reason unethical and illegal practices were overlooked or ignored (Madrick, 2010, para. 3). As a result, the provisions set out by Dodd-Frank included several…

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  • Effects Of Financial Globalization

    many decades, financial globalization has brought benefits but it has also brought crisis and contagion, thus leaving with amplify views that has allowed the offshore banking to be more freely in investing. Since financial globalization has grown through out decades, it has been more complex to be managed by the government that leaves to the supports and opponents to say that the largely unregulated nature of international banking activity and global securities markers leaves the world financial…

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  • Business Ethics: History Of The Equator Principles Initiative

    Business Ethics Equator Principles Initiative – Case Study HBSC History of the Initiative The year 2002 is a critical year for the Equator banks. It is critical in the sense that these banks convened a meeting in London to discuss the impact their activities on project finance were having on environmental and social related issues. There was a growing concern that the project finance industry was not appropriately involved in making the world a better place to live. This claim, which came from…

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  • The Australian Goods And Service Tax (GST)

    The Australian Goods and Service Tax (GST) is a broad-based consumption tax added to the price of goods and services and ultimately paid by the final consumer. The Act necessitates businesses to administer and remit the tax amounts to the Australian Tax Office (ATO). The current rate of goods and service tax stands at 10%. Authored by Kavita (2011), this study critically appraises the financial supply provision stipulated in the Goods and Services Tax Act of 1999. This critique explores…

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  • Bank Of America Case Study

    CASE STUDY: Bank of America Customer Service – Good Customer Satisfaction Bank of America is one of the world's biggest budgetary foundations, serving singular customers, little and center market organizations and substantial partnerships with a full scope of keeping money, contributing, resource administration and other monetary and hazard administration items and administrations. The organization gives unmatched comfort in the United States, serving more than 59 million customer…

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  • Private Blockchain Case Study

    financial services. Moreover there is extremely high entry barrier with financial policies and regulations, acceptance of brand value and by which these institutions sustain natural monopolistic position (Boyer & Nyce, 2005). Forex services are offers conversion of one fiat currency into fiat another currency. The service ranges from a kiosk exchange to high value payments between business corporations. Investment services institutions offer services to increase the monetary value of assets they…

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  • Hersha Hospitality

    hotels will begin reclaiming the role they once had as community centers, only this time they’ll have evolved to solve challenges unique to modern times. (skift.com/2017/01/03/10-hotel-trends) Hersha hospitality now focus in making the best financial return for its shareholders. The company provide the labor that make everything happen in each of the hotels. From management to housekeeping, but has been struggling in keeping it promise of delivering a strong financial returned to its…

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  • Wells Fargo Scandal: Where Was The Board?

    Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Scandal: Where Was The Board? Wells Fargo is an American bank founded in 1852 and today operates internationally all around the world with more than 270K employees. In July 2015, Wells Fargo became the world’s most valuable bank with $301.6 billion market capitalization. In the same time company ranked the 22nd in the list of Fortune’s “World’s Most Admired Companies” ranking. In September 2016, company appeared on the breaking news about the phony/ghost accounts opened…

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  • Case Study: Cimb-Principal Asset Management Berhad

    bank by equity trading value. KIB is qualified to achieve regulated events of fund management dealing in securities, investment information and dealing in Private Retirement Scheme (“PRS”) under the Capital Markets and Services Act (“CMSA”) 2007. KIB offers investment solutions ranging from collective investment schemes, portfolio management services as well as separated private mandates and alternative investments for trade, corporate and institutional clients. KIB prides in its reputation for…

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