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  • HDFC Regalia Credit Card Case Study

    HDFC Regalia First Credit Card HDFC Regalia Credit Card is a card offered by HDFC bank. The card comes with special privileges and benefits. The card also offers the feature of reward points on all card transactions. These points when accumulated can be used to purchase gifts and other items. Why HDFC There are plenty of banks in the market that offer credit card facilities. What makes HDFC unique is the fact that it is the second largest private bank in the country. It has a network of…

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  • J & K Bank Case Study

    2.2.6 INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITY: J&K Bank ltd is having a class ‘A’ infrastructure facility as a back to provide services to its customers. Bank is having its corporate offices at both Srinagar and Jammu as a multi-storey building. J&K Bank ltd has 725 branches and 650 ATMs which are well equipped and furnished. The bank is using latest technology in their branches to provide better services. Every branch is fully furnished with chairs and tables and other accessories. Bank has also…

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  • Ndb Bank Case Study

    1 Task 1 1.1 1.1.1 Introduction to the National Development Bank PLC( NDB) The National Development Bank PLC ( NDB Bank) is a banking as well as financial institution of Sri Lanka, NDB is headquartered in Colombo, Sri Lanka (at No 40, Nawam Mawatha, Colombo 2). NDB begun its operations in1979 as a state-owned development of finance institution. NDB was set up by Sri Lanka Act No 2 of 1979 as “National Development Bank of Sri Lanka” In January 1979 as a wholly state owned institution. In 1993…

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  • Commonwealth Bank Of Australia Case Study

    1. BACKGROUND Commonwealth bank of Australia was founded back in 1911 by the commonwealth bank act that was in favour of bank nationalization. The bank started its first branch in 1912 in Melbourne and later joint hands with the state savings bank in Tasmania and a year later it was able to spread its branches in six different states. After 1920 the bank gradually expanded its role in central banking and along with time continued expanding and earning a good reputation in the market (Australia,…

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  • Reserve Banking System

    regime of fiat money, in which a national currency has value based on government claims that it does. 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…

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  • Federal Reserve Banking System Analysis

    The 2007-2009 Financial crisis left significant wounds on the American financial system. After 10% unemployment and over 1.5 trillion taxpayer dollars, many undoubtedly continue to question the usefulness and relevance of the Federal Reserve Banking System and its actions in today’s modern banking environment (Gorton and Metrick). Since the Federal Reserve was created in 1913, its mission to increase banking stability through preventive and reactionary policy while promoting economic growth in…

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  • Royal Bank Of Scotland Case Study

    Background of The Royal Bank of Scotland The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) was founded in 1727. It was one of the retail banking subsidiaries of The Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS Group) and also the second bank operated in Scotland beside the Bank of Scotland, which was founded in 1695. The growing of Royal Bank of Scotland was significantly good especially between 18th to 19th century. RBS mainly operated as a retail banking that provides banking services for personal, business as well as…

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  • State Bank Of Bikaner And Jaipur: Case Analysis

    State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur came into existence on 1963 and now is a major public sector bank of the country. It was a subsidiary of State Bank of India, with which it merged in the year 2017. As of 2015, SBBJ had 1,360 branches, mostly located in the state of Rajasthan, India. Its branch network out of Rajasthan covers all the major business centres of India. State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur now provide all kind of personalised banking services that gives you the control over all your…

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  • State Bank Of Pakibi Case Study

    OG2 – Candidate 23 Q1. Who appoints the Banking Mohtasib? Discuss the characteristics, jurisdiction and the tenure of holding office of the Banking Mohtasib. (10 Marks) APPOINTMENT OF THE THE BANKING MOHTASIB: The Banking Mohtasib is appointed by the president of Pakistan with consultations of the state bank of Pakistan. TENURE The banking Mohtasib is appointed for a tenure of three years. CHARACTERISTICS The Banking Mohtasib's main task is to see that the banking sector is not impeding…

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  • Zigama Credit And Savings Society Case Study

    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN ZIGAMA CSS 20. ZIGAMA Credit and Savings Society (ZIGAMA CSS) is a financial cooperative with a membership exclusively made of security organs of the state (army and police). ZIGAMA CSS Bank was made in order to improve the livelihood of security members. Having been founded in August 1997 (officially inaugurated in March 1999), it was operating from its headquarter in Kigali but as it earned profits, it has expanded its network and opened some branches across the…

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