assets of only 9.7 percent in 2004, against 10.2 percent in 2003. Total deposits of the banks in 2004 rose to Taka 1,326.1 billion from Taka 1,140.3 billion in 2003 showing an overall increase by 16.3 percent. The NCBs ' (comprising of 4 largest banks) share in deposits decreased from 46.0 percent in 2003 to 42.8 percent in 2004. On the other hand, PCBs ' deposits in 2004 amounted to Taka 588.0 billion or 44.3 percent of the total industry deposit against Taka 468.2 billion or 41.1 percent in 2003
In finding & analysis part, I will discuss Customer Relationship Management (CRM) practices in Janata Bank Limited (JBL). the objective of JBL is to become the largest commercial bank in Bangladesh by playing significant roles in the banking sector as well as, in the National economy. In 2014, JBL held 7.60 percent of total deposit and 6.05 percent of total loans and advances of the country’s banking sector. Strategic Priority 1. Ushering in customer-friendly culture through state-of-the-art
earn a profit. Not only a bank, but also an individual or organization can use Islamic modes of investment to earn profits for wealth maximization. 3.2 INVESTMENT OF EXIM BANK Year Investment (Tk. in millions) 2013 99,309.51 2014 70799.45 The total amount of investment of the bank stood at TK 99,309.51 million as on December 31, 2014 as against TK 70,799.45 million as on December 31, 2013 showing an increase of TK. 28,510.06 million with the growth rate of 40.27%.
Introduction The Boeing Corporation is one of the largest manufacturers in the world. Rivaled only by European giant Airbus in the aerospace industry, Boeing is a leader in research, design and manufacture of commercial jet airliners, for commercial, industrial and military customers. Despite enjoying immense success in its market and dominating an industry that solely recognizes engineering excellence, it is crucial for Boeing to ensure continued growth through consistent strategy formulation
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was when businesses began to develop brands, to differentiate themselves from their competitors, helping their customers identify various unique products. Last but least The Relationship Era is where businesses aim to build long-term relationships, because they believe a satisfied customer can become great assets for a business. A satisfied customer is a loyal and businesses rely on customers to spread the word on their goods and services. The roles of for-profit and nonprofit businesses in the economy
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32 Nature and Scope of Banking 32.1 Introduction You have studied in lessons 7 and 10 that banking is an important aid t idsr ad tae ad ta i as poie a vrey o srie o nuty n rd, n ht t lo rvds ait f evcs to the public in general. Indeed banking may be regarded as an indispensable part of the economy of every country. The significance of banking has increased all over the world with the rise in income levels and growth in the volume of financial transactions. In this lesson, we shall study
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PAPER TITLE: COMMERCIAL BANKING IN KENYA PRESENTED TO: MRS. BOSIRE MARY PRESENTED ON: 19TH October 2011 ABSTRACT: This term paper analyses the commercial banking system in Kenya. In particular it focuses on the history of commercial banks from a general perspective then narrows down to Kenya’s context. It looks at the importance of commercial banks in Kenya, the roles/functions of commercial banks. It then focuses on the regulations that govern the commercial banks.