Fractional distillation

    Page 8 of 11 - About 103 Essays
  • 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…

    Words: 1037 - Pages: 5
  • 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…

    Words: 958 - Pages: 4
  • 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…

    Words: 726 - Pages: 3
  • Indian Credit Rating Agency Case Study

    • To determine how the BRM team works and their importance in a credit rating agency. • To study the infrastructure portfolio size of the banks in Chennai 2. CREDIT RATING AGENCIES IN INDIA &TRAINING ORGANISATION 2.1 Indian Credit Rating agencies- The beginning Birth of the rating agencies in India The idea of behind the rating agency was evolved in 1986 with the help of Pradip Shah, an HDFC employee and also an Harvard graduate suggested the idea of the credit rating agency to Nadkarni…

    Words: 1533 - Pages: 7
  • Barings Bank Case Study

    Baring bank was a England merchant bank based in London, and the second oldest bank in the world after Berenberg bank. Barings is one of the most reputable financial institutions in all of the United Kingdom. Baring bank was founded in 1762, Founded in 1762 by the Dutch Johann Baring, who had immigrated to England, Barings formed part of the countryʼs history. Even the Queen of England was among its clients. However, the bank suffered a fall in 1995 after experiencing a loss of £827 million…

    Words: 1619 - Pages: 7
  • Swot Analysis: SWOT Analysis Of International Bank

    SWOT Analysis of two banks SWOT analysis is a list of the business greatest strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Conduct SWOT analysis of the business that will not take a lot of time, doing it forces you to think about your business in new way. My duty in this TMA doing SWOT analysis between the two banks, one of which is a national bank headquartered in Oman named Bank Muscat and the other is appointed by us international Bank ICICI is located in India with more than 19 office…

    Words: 1050 - Pages: 5
  • 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…

    Words: 705 - Pages: 3
  • Islamic Bank Case Study

    The year 1963 witnessed the foundation of the very first Islamic bank in Egypt, ever since that year and until today researchers are still interested in making researches that study the financial performance of Islamic and conventional banks. The global financial crisis that the world experiences every once in a while as in 2008, was the cause of the increase of the number of researchers, as they are interested in studying the financial performances of both systems; knowing that these studies…

    Words: 901 - Pages: 4
  • State Bank Case Study

    3. Expansion and Creation of Financial Institutions: The State bank as the banker of the banks expand the banking sector and improve its currency and credit system over the time. Pakistan is a big country with huge population to meet the needs to such a large population. The State Bank pave the way for more financial institutions to provide financial products to every Pakistan. State Bank not only strengthens the financial institution in urban areas but also try to provide credit facilities in…

    Words: 896 - Pages: 4
  • Disadvantages Of Fractional Reserve Banking

    perceived intermediary role of a bank is fairly typical, it in fact does not illustrate the process and method by which banks hold deposited funds. The actual method is called Fractional reserve banking [FRB], in which banks are required to keep a fraction of the total reserves (deposits) held, hence the name fractional reserve banking. Any amount held beyond the reserve requirement (excess reserve) can be loaned out and put into the economy. However as a result of such practice, a particular…

    Words: 1389 - Pages: 6
  • Page 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Related Topics:

Popular Topics: