| Global Financial Corporation | | Abstract Global Financial Corporation (GF) a subsidiary of Global Equipment Company (GEC) is tasked with handling financing for those customers who wish to purchase GEC heavy equipment. Currently GF only processes 51% of the leases within the “10 days or less” time frame, with some loans taking
Sustainability Introduction to Dreamworld’s newest attraction By Gordon Dao 1 INTRODUCTION Dreamworld’s owners, Ardent Leisure has developed a park that has accounted for all difficulties of sustainability despite the location and size of the amusement park. Dreamworld is a theme park situated in Coomera, near the east coast of Queensland. Due to its isolation, it is imperative to have effective sustainability methods to reserve the resources expended by the park’s energy demanding attractions. Sustainability will be the issue brought to light in this report, and a new ride will be implemented with all of the characteristics of being economically, environmentally and socially responsible. The management of the ride will be investigated in the report, including the legislations that govern sustainability.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) can be defines as a management concept whereby companies integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operations and interactions with their stakeholders. Maybank commitment to corporate responsibility is their initiate to sustain the highest standard of ethics and citizenship. Maybank core values are rooted from the organization and this is reflected in their policies and processes on corporate responsibility. Maybank sustainability strategy and approach is reliant on constantly engaging their stakeholders which in turn drives new benchmarks of excellence. Over the years their sustainability commitment has enabled them to deliver superior shareholder returns, build a diverse workforce, excel in customer service and contribute to the community. A key element in their sustainability strategy was the establishment of the Maybank Foundation in 2010. The Maybank
Nowadays, Westpac has been known as the world’s most sustainable company when ranking their positions to other Australian banks (George L., 2014). In order to acquire a deeper understanding of a term ’the most sustainable company in the world’, this below contents will provide the brief of a comparative analysis about Westpac’s achievements with other banks in Australia such as CBA and NAB, which including profitability, solvency and sustainability with the aim of coming up with the reasons why Westpac become on top of the sustainable companies all over the world. Moreover, with respect to the successful performance, Westpac admitted that they not only find the best solution for minimizing costs to maximize profits but also approach to customer
Review of Primary & Secondary Resources We started our research by finding a bank (Bank of America) that is moving towards sustainability but has not started to apply these concepts into their financial institution. We decided that Bank of America should focus on all the aspects of sustainability meaning they should have a strong role in being environmentally friendly, they should be socially sustainable, and should be economically sustainable. In our research, we looked at two major things: the process of any company becoming sustainable and how a bank should become sustainable in the financial world. We then decided the exact tasks that we want Bank of America to do and began more research on each specific area.
Environment and sustainability Telstra has a long-term plan for their company and customers to prolong electronic devices and materials. Therefore, they have provided the solutions for 'e-waste' to achieve the refreshed and renewed targets in "more holistic and coordinated manner” that can maintain the environmental conditions, simultaneously, human benefits in general (Corporate Waste Solutions 2017).
“I know not with what weapons world war ΙII will be fought, but world war IV will be fought with sticks and stones” (Great Master Scientist Dr.Albert Einstein )from his quotes we can analyze now what is the sustainability condition of the world after world war ΙII.
Sustainability from a strategic business perspective is the potential for the long-term well-being of the natural environment, including all biological entities, as mutually beneficial interactions among nature and individuals, organizations, and business strategies. (O.C Ferrell, Fraedrich, Ferrell, 2015). Business sustainably is often defined as managing the triple bottom line – a process by which companies manage their financial, social and environmental risks, obligations and opportunities. These three impacts are sometimes referred to as profits, people and planet. (Business sustainability definition from financial times lexicon, no date). This essay will discuss the idea of sustainability being an important element within a businesses and its core strategies and the importance of it within different businesses. Secondly, this study will look at how different stakeholders are affected and influenced by sustainability as this could be seen as a catalyst to improving the environment as a whole and. Then this study will look at how businesses not focusing
Al Gore famously stated on the threat of climate change “The good news is, we have everything we need now to respond to the challenge of global warming. . . . But we should not wait, we cannot wait, we must not wait.” In the early 2000s, the international community was uncertain on how best to address climate change and ensure the world’s increasing development was sustainable. In 2008, the World Bank launched the “Strategic Framework for Development and Climate change” to jump-start public and private sector action against climate change. Included in these proposals was the issuance of “Green Bonds”, an innovative method of encouraging investment in environmental and sustainable development projects across the globe. Green bonds have
Executive Summary Founded in 1784, the Bank of New York is the oldest bank in the United States. It was the first bank in New York that opened just months after the departure of British troops from American soil in lower Manhattan. During that time period the monetary system was complex and confusing. The founders decided that The Bank of New York wasn’t going to be a common institution that capitalized on land; it focused on specie, which is money in coins. Then in 1792 the first corporate stock to trade on the newly established New York Stock Exchange was the Bank of New York.
1. The initial choices of brand elements or identities making the brand. 2. The product and service and all accompanying marketing activities and supporting programs In 'Most valuable bank brands by service analysis ' (Brand Finance 2015, p. 7), Santander, HSBC and BNP Paribas are well-recognized in the retail banking service. UBS and Deutsche Bank are competitors in asset management/wealth sector and ranked the 1st and 2nd place respectively. In credit card service, Citigroup, Bank of America and Barclays are all in the top 10 with the highest brand value belonging to Citigroup. This advance may result from its successful "Enabling Progress" marketing campaign that 'reinforced both its banking products and its ongoing commitment to assisting its consumers on their journeys "from ambition to achievement" '(Interbrand 2015).
Talent Management and Development Audit and Strategy Proposal James McClain Jr. Walden University Bank of America is a bank and financial holding company. It is a financial institution that serves individuals small and large business, large corporations and the government. The bank offers banking, investing, asset management, risk management, and other financial services. Through its subsidiaries and other nonbanking subsidiaries in the United States and international markets it provides six major segments. They are Deposits, Global Card Services, Home Loans and Insurance, Global Banking, and Global Wealth & Investments Management. The company is headquartered in Charlotte North Carolina and employees more than 283M people.
Contents Executive Summary 1 Introduction 2 Defining Sustainability 2 What Sustainability means to Woolworths 3 Corporate Stakeholders of Woolworths 3 Woolworths Drive for Change 5 Integrated Reporting 6 Why Integrated Reporting? 6 Woolworths Integrated Reporting 7 The Future of Integrated Reporting 7 Conclusion 8 Word Count: 1995 Executive Summary This report examines the new world of sustainability reporting, and the complex web of stakeholders. It focuses particularly on the demands for new kinds of transparency which serve the interests of the environment and society.
http://www.uobgroup.com/assets/pdfs/about/news/2010/news_18amay10.pdf Company Mission Statement The mission statement of UOB, state as: “ Our mission is to be a Premier Bank in the Asia- Pacific region, committed to providing Quality Products and Excellent Customer Service.”
Sustainable Development Today Sustainable Development The concept of sustainable development has become a major topic among intellectuals from various fields. Sustainable development has gone through various changes in its definitions and at present does not have a commonly accepted definition. The origination of the concept of sustainable development is debatable. In 1974 at a conference on Science and Technology for Human Development by the World Council of Churches the concept of a “sustainable society” is believed to have been first noted. This early concept focused on equitable distribution of scarce resources and the need for democratic decision making. In 1980 the currently used term of sustainable development emerged in the