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  • Grameen Bank Case Analysis

    Professor Mohammad Yunus and the micro-credit of the poor in Bangladesh. He held the position of Managing Director at Grameen Bank, an institution he founded in order to help the poor in his home country. Grameen Bank, which was set up in 1976 and was then transformed into an independent bank from governmental legislation in October 1983, is a microfinance organization and community development bank that offers microcredits or Grameen credits to the very poor without asking for guarantees. Since its launch, the bank has provided loans to more than eight million poor people in Bangladesh. Professor Yunus was also awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2006 for the micro-credit system provided by his bank to poor…

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  • Anchuria Case Study

    proposals that are very promising in successfully reducing poverty in Anchuria. Both him and I are devoted to reducing poverty in our country as well as providing jobs. As the Secretary for Economic and Development, I believe these three proposals from Yunus, de Soto and Kohli have the potential to spur economic growth and decrease poverty as well as determine the best way to use our resources. We were influenced by Muhammad Yunus to use nearly all of our oil revenues to provide microcredit…

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  • The Importance Of Social Business

    is the sole objective of the company. Like an NGO, it has a social or environmental mission, but like a business, it generates its own revenues to cover its costs. Investors may recoup their initial investment, but all further profits are reinvested for growth and innovation, or to seed new social business ventures. He even foresees the day when social businesses will be public companies whose shares are traded on their own stock market. This, he believes, will help pave the way for the…

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  • Qard-Ul-Hassan Case Study

    enterprises and entrepreneurs remain inadequate for the reason that financial intermediaries are anxious in relation to provide credit to small businesses due to their high risk, undersized portfolios, and high administration or operational cost. According to Cuevas et al. (1993), operational cost contributes to the incapability of the SMEs to access funding. This means that the higher the operational cost of lending the lower the net margin expected from the loan operation and unfavourable…

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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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  • The Importance Of Agricultural Growth

    Agricultural growth must be underpinned by a reliable and efficient financial system capable of making compatibility between the expansion or adequacy of credit flow and both the investment and working capital needs of the agricultural sector. The financial sector reforms of 1991 had created a basic fear that this would lead to the dilution of the directed credit policy or priority sector lending by the commercial banks and the deregulation of interest rates which consequently reduced the flow…

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  • Dodd-Frank Ethical Analysis

    (2012, August 09). U.S. banks’ Dodd-Frank costs may widen to $34 billion, S&P says. Bloomberg. Retrieved November 13, 2012, from http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-08-09/u-s-banks-dodd-frank-costs-may-widen-to-34-billion-s-p-says.html Kelton, E. (2012, November 13). Hang it up, Wall Street. Dodd Frank is here to stay. Forbes. Retrieved Nov 24, 2012, from http://www.forbes.com/sites/erikakelton/2012/11/13/hang-it-up-wall-street-dodd-frank-is-here-to-stay/ Koba, M. (2012, May 11). CNBC…

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  • Financial Viability In Health Care

    Determining Financial Viability Managing finances within a health care organization can be seen as a daunting task. There is a lot of work that goes into the success of a health care organization. Finances and accounting are two areas of health care that manage and plan the spending of an organization. Together they create the means for a successful financial plan and bring in profits. This essay will examine the relationship between finance and accounting following with how they determine…

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  • Northern Rock Case Study

    of the Bank of England in 1994 (cited in Financial Stability Review, 1999, p.…

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  • A Code Of Ethics: Ethics Of Behavior

    Quiz #2-Chapter 3 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. Organizations with high turnover and low productivity are usually called "learning organizations." True False 2. The internal environment of an organization includes stakeholders, but the external environment does not. True False 3. Internal stakeholders include the employees of an organization. True False 4. All firms have a Board of Directors. True False …

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