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  • The Myth The Money Multiplier Analysis

    and its economy. Steve Keen explains in “The Myth of the Money Multiplier” fractional reserve banking. It is the concept that if an individual was to receive $100 in cash. The person deposits the $100 in a bank. The bank keeps 10% of that deposit and lends the $90 out to someone wanting to borrow money(loan) and then the borrower…

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  • Ithmaar Bank Case Study

    Bahrain based Islamic retail bank that is licensed and regulated by the Central Bank of Bahrain and provides retail, commercial, treasury and financial institutions and other banking services. Ithmaar bank provides a diverse range of Sharia-compliant products and services that cater to the financing and investment needs of individuals and institutions.  In 2003, Shamil Bank purchased all the assets and liabilities of FIBEC. Shamil Bank then sold the entire share capital of FIBEC to DMI and…

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  • Jan Dhan Yojana Case Study

    Jan Dhan Yojana- challenges in execution Story :Jan Dhan Yojana the biggest financial inclusion drive. The Purpose Jan Dhan Yojana - the prime minister's biggest project to ensure financial inclusion of households in India was started with an idea to provide 'Universal access to banking facilities'. The Problem Pradhan Mantri has given a target of 7.5 crore bank accounts to be opened by banks. Raghuram Rajan, the governor of Reserve Bank of India identifies the challenges and cautions banks…

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  • Travancore Bank Case Study

    Travancore Bank Ltd. has come a long way from being a bank started by the Diwan of Travancore, C.P. Ramaswami Iyer in 1945. Headquartered at Thiruvananthapuram, it was a premier bank of Kerala and undertook general banking business in addition to the government treasury work and foreign exchanges business. It achieved the name ‘State Bank of Travancore’ after it became a subsidiary of the State Bank of India (SBI) in 1960 under the SBI Subsidiary Banks Act, 1959. On 31st March 2017, it merged…

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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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  • SHG Case Study

    5. Progress of SHGS in India a. Linkage Model SHG - Bank Linkage Programme was launched in 1992by NABARD. This was first time SHGs were directly financed by banks. According to NABARD about 5.8 crore poor households have been linked with banking system through this model. The Indian Model is a “Linkage Model", as it is based on strengths of various partners: - The NGOs, the rural poor and banks. b. Financial Support RBI advises commercial banks to consider lending to SHGs as part of their rural…

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  • Indian Financial Crisis Essay

    India, is a developing country, that is strongly built through its exports, has a constant rate of economic growth per year, and the country that was least affected by the global financial crisis, out of the three. When looking at 2008 to 2010, even though this was when the crisis transpired, India was still able to have a GDP growth rate over 2%. This did not mean that India was able to avoid the financial crisis, but rather dampen the effects of it, relative to the United States of America. In…

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  • Liquidization In Islamic Banking

    1. Depend on the argument that this problem is not a big issue as maturity assets can be shifted to another bank in exchange for assets. 2. Banks can increase its interest rates so that they can uphold these at the time of difficulty and attractive liability management can be used to solve the liquidity problem. But there is a similar problem that all banks face that is their liabilities mature faster than their assets and this can be overcome by the third option. 3. Debt monetization where…

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  • Positive Money Research Paper

    Positive Money’s sovereign money proposal: Could it work? Under the sovereign money proposal proposed by the forward thinking group positive money, the power to create money would be taken away from the banks and given to the central banks. Banks would therefore serve two purposes; a transaction function with which people stored money until they needed to spend and this money would be secure, the other a lending and savings function with the banks acting as a middleman between savers and…

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  • Summary: Practice Management Software Vs. Banking CRM

    The finance and health sectors are often compared to one another. Both provide important services and are highly regulated. Physicians and financial advisers also play similar roles in guiding clients through numerous products and decisions, so that debt and disease may be avoided. Where the two sectors differ is with their use of technology. IT systems have revolutionized financial services, and as a result, the banking industry has saved billions of dollars while offering consumers numerous…

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