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  • Icici Bank Personal Loan Case Study

    ICICI Bank Personal Loan ICICI Bank Personal Loan Details Interest Rate Processing Fees Loan Tenure Loan Amount Part Payment Charges Foreclosure Charges 11.49% to 18.49% Fixed 2.5% or ( min 1149) One Time Fee 1 -5 Years Up to Rs.20 Lack Nil 5% of the Principle Outstanding About ICICI Bank Personal Loan ICICI Bank is one of the largest Private Sector Banks in India and is also one of the largest facilitators of Personal Loans in India. ICICI Bank provides Personal Loan to its customer for any immediate financial requirement. ICICI Bank understands that the customer time is extremely valuable. Hence, they ensure that loan processing takes place in an expedited time frame. ICICI Bank provides Personal Loan to its customer individual needs…

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  • Case Study On Recruitment And Selection Process Of Icici Bank

    Project Title- Recruitment & selection in ICICI bankObjectives- The objective of my study is to understand and critically analyzed the recruitment & selection procedure at ICICI bank Ltd. 1-To know the prospect or recruitment and selection procedure. 2-To identify the recruitment and selection of ICICI bank. 3-To examine how recruitment and selection affect the performance or development of ICICI bank. 4-To access the challenges associated with the recruitment and selection practice of the ICICI…

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  • The Statistics Of Directors Attendance In Board Meetings Of SBI And Icici Bank

    attendance in board meetings of SBI and ICICI Bank Ltd in the year 2014-15. The following are the observations made 1. The frequency at which the board at which SBI met is higher than ICICI Bank Ltd. 2. The statistics of directors attendance in the ICICI Bank 's Board is marginally better than SBI. 3. Although the provisions of revised clause 49 of the listing agreement and section 285 of the companies act regarding minimum number of board meetings to be held in a year have been complied with…

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  • Sbi Case Study

    Introduction The State Bank of India (SBI) and ICICI Bank are the main two biggest banks in India, individually. They are trailed by their rivals, the Punjab National Bank and HDFC Bank. SBI is the biggest and most seasoned bank, going back hundreds of years, while, ICICI is nearly genuinely new. SBI goes once again to British India. Its lineage can be followed to the Bank of Calcutta which was established in 1806, also the Bank of Bombay (1840) and the Bank of Madras (1843). In 1921, these…

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  • Credit Card Balance Transfer Case Study

    Even if Credit card balance transfer is a boon in disguise, many customers perfer taking it slow when it comes to repaying the dues on the credit cards. It always has to be a different bank. If you are an ICICI customer, you cannot transfer your credit balance from one card to another of the former bank. Maximum upper limit of transfer is limted to 75% of the entire card capacity. Moreover, you need to have a transaction history of 6-12 months with an individual bank to become eligible for the…

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  • Kotak Mahindra Bank Case Study

    INTRODUCTION On November 20, 2014, Kotak Mahindra Bank (KMB) announced a $2.4 billion all-share deal to acquire ING Vysya. With this deal which is expected to close in the second half of 2015, Kotak would claim the fourth position as the largest private lender in India, after ICICI Bank, HDFC Bank and Axis Bank. Founded in 1985 as Kotak Mahindra Finance Ltd., the group's flagship company was given the license for banking business by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) in February, 2003 making it…

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  • Credit Cards

    unemployed section of individuals. The reason behind surveying both the employed and unemployed section of individuals is to learn and understand the awareness level of credit cards amongst the unemployed and their usage patterns and also the employed section of individuals so as to understand their level of awareness of credit cards and their usage pattern and their preference for a certain bank credit card. The sample comprised of 121 respondents both employed and unemployed individuals of…

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  • Axis Bank Case Study

    Four months into her job as CEO of the third-largest private bank, Shikha Sharma has effected a series of organizational changes in Axis Bank. The bank has now realigned its business into four strategic business units (SBU). The four new SBUs of the bank now are retail banking, SME and agriculture, corporate banking, non-banking retail subsidiaries and corporate centre. Earlier, the bank had a vertical structure with executive directors in charge of retail, corporate banking, mid-corporate and…

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  • Mudra Bank Loan Yojna Case Study

    Mudra Bank Loan Yojna or Pradhanmantri Mudra Yojna is a Business loan scheme tailored specifically for small scale businesses. Here, Mudra stands for Micro Unit development and Refinance Agency. The scheme was launched on 8th April 2015 to provide support to small business owners in the country. The scheme operates in three stages– Shishu, Kishore, and Tarun. In the first stage Shishu, loans are provided up to Rs. 50,000. In the second stage Kishore, loans are provided up to Rs. 5 lakh and in…

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  • 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…

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