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  • Advantages Of Shadow Banking

    Private Banking Versus Shadow Banking There are two types of banking secrecy systems Switzerland takes part in, shadow banking and private banking. The shadow banking system points to the financial intermediaries associated with enabling the creation of credit across the world financial system whose members are not subject to regulatory oversight. Any unregulated activity by regulated institutions is also termed shadow banking (International Monetary Fund, 2014). Private banking, however, is individualized banking and financial services that are customarily given to banks that service wealthy high net individual clients (Moosa, 2015). This paper explains shadow banking in general but specifically shadow banking in Switzerland. In the first…

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  • BAWAG Case Study

    BAWAG $1.10 Billion Losses BAWAG is a private limited bank and is an entity in the financial and insurance sector. Established in 1922 in Austria, it has its headquarters in the capital city - Vienna. Some of the services that it offers are investment banking, commercial banking, private banking and asset management. BAWAG offers online banking facility along with online support for customers. Few years ago, BAWAG suffered a huge amount of losses owing to having used unreasonable investment…

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  • Crossingham Case Study

    Crossingham, Brady, named after its managing partners John Crossingham and Ronald Brady, is a law firm located in City of St. Catharines. Once a large law firm with thirteen (13) lawyers and multiple employees is now small firm with four employees. The law firm was established in the early 70’s with under the name of _________. Since its inception, there have been different solicitors associated with the firm and different names of the firm. Ronald N. Brady is the last member of the firm…

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  • Wells Fargo Case Study

    the banking industry in the United States, there are several factors that determine the achievement and future durability of a banking company. According to a study conducted by Atkins et al., the researchers examined a link between bank competition and financial stability, concluding that “greater competition increases financial stability” (27). The study discussed the banks facing greater competition are “less likely to be targeted for regulatory enforcement…

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  • Dishonest Business Culture

    The Financial Industry (the banking sector) The University of Zurich Article BUSINESS CULTURE IN THE BANKING INDUSTRY FAVOURS DISHONEST BEHAIOUR A new study by Alian Cohn, Ernst Fehr, and Marechal from the Department of Economics at the University of Zurich done to show if the rumours saying that bank employees in nature are less honest people true. Their results show that bank employees are in principle not more dishonest than their colleagues in other industries. They did so by randomly…

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  • Online Banking In India

    “Abstract” Although online banking plays a significant role in banking institutions, fewer studies have concentrated on customer satisfaction and adoption mainly in the Indian origin. The main objective of this study was to identify and determine the various factors that influence the decision of consumers’ for adoption of online banking service and to determine the relationship among Online banking service, customer satisfaction and customer adoption. For the collection of data, a questionnaire…

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  • Lifestyle Manager Case Study

    Who are lifestyle managers and why are they needed? Who are lifestyle managers and why are they needed? Many banks have already promised to supplement their service packs private banking (service for VIP clients) with offers that are far from being of a banking nature. It's about the services of concierges and lifestyle managers. Accordingly, the market of these specialists, which in recent years has begun to develop timidly, will grow many times in the coming months. However, this does not mean…

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  • The Importance Of The Global Financial Crisis

    Bank loan to the private sector has increased rapidly in times of economic expansion. The share of loan to the private sector in total banking assets is an important source of credit risk. Studies such as Blasco and Sinkey (2006), De Nicolo et al., (2003) and Mamnasoo and Mayes (2009) have found that an increase in percentage of loan to total assets is positively correlated with an increase in non-performing loans, insolvency due to long-term bank mismanagement, greater liquidity risk due to…

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  • Lebanese Canadian Bank Case Study

    Introduction: Lebanese Canadian Bank operated from 1968 through 1988 as a subsidiary of the Royal Bank of Canada Middle East. Lebanese is now one of the top ten banks in Lebanon and is a parent bank to Prime Bank (Gambia) Ltd. And currently has around 35 branches in Lebanon with around 600 or more permanent employees. Mr. Georges E. Zard Abou Jaoude and Mr. Mohammad I. Hamdoun are the Chairman General Managers and members of the board of the company. The bank has been developing in present day…

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  • Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc.: Global Financial Institutions

    institution that played an important part in the financial and commercial history of the United States for more than 150 years. It was found in 1850 by Henry, Emanuel and Mayer Lehman and was the largest investment bank in the US. Its headquarters was in New York and it was dealing with investment and private banking. On September 15, 2008, it created a record bankruptcy in American history. The following day, part of it was bought by British Barclays Bank. The US government then decided to…

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