Auditing – benefits and limitations

Chapter-1 INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION The review of saving money organizations assumes an imperative part in India as it manage the saving money organizations in right way. In review of banks incorporates different sorts of review which are ordinarily completed in saving money organizations, for example, statutory review, income/wage use review, simultaneous review, PC and framework review … Read more

Training in Indian banks

b) Questionnaire: A questionnaire is a research instrument consisting of a series of questions and other prompts for the purpose of gathering information from respondents. Questionnaires are a survey instrument through which individuals respond to printed questions. c) Interviews: Interviews means one or more series of active interchanges between two or more people. They can … Read more

Indian banking system

In today’s changing world, organizations are going through rapid changes in every sphere. The rate of change has increased to the limits of our endurance. Individual employees all over the world are constantly conformed to new and more complex working environmental forces, demanding new level of knowledge, improved skills and better understanding. An enterprise success … Read more

Relationship between leverage and investment for firms listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius

Abstract This paper provides an empirical study on the relationship between leverage and investment for firms listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius. It also permits the determination of other factors that may affect a particular firm’s investment. By using panel data for the year 2001 to 2008, the sample was tested in 3 different … Read more

Costing methods

Introduction: The rapid and recent changes in the business field have led to the emergence of modern systems of costing and the fast increase in global competition to maximize the role of cost management. The precise knowledge of the product cost and its pricing as well as proper planning concepts became more important than they … Read more

The collapse at Enron

The Labor party was accused of taking Enron’s money in return for access to government ministers. The party had apparently changed its policy on gas-fired power stations after being lobbied by companies, including Enron. This was seen by some as possible evidence of Enron’s influence on government policy. However, the UK Government insists its links … Read more

The Indian Banking System

In today’s changing world, organizations are going through rapid changes in every sphere. The rate of change has increased to the limits of our endurance. Individual employees all over the world are constantly conformed to new and more complex working environmental forces, demanding new level of knowledge, improved skills and better understanding. An enterprise success … Read more

Motor insurance

1.1 Background of the study Motor Insurance which is sometimes also referred to as automobile insurance is a form of security which is purchased to protect the buyer of the product from future loss (Awunyo-Vitor, 2012). The National Insurance Commission (NIC) described the aim of motor insurance as providing compensation for loss or damage to … Read more

Impacts on risk and return on separation of commercial and investment banks

Evidence from Globally Systemically Important Bank ABSTRACT This purpose of this dissertation is to examine the risk-return effects of separating universal banks by gathering empirical evidence from globally systemically important banks. The thesis focuses on exploring changes in profitability, return volatility and whether universal banking models of globally systematically important banks (GSIB) are beneficial for … Read more

Costing systems

Introduction: The rapid and recent changes in the business field have led to the emergence of modern systems of costing and the fast increase in global competition to maximize the role of cost management. The precise knowledge of the product cost and its pricing as well as proper planning concepts became more important than they … Read more

The impact of non-performing loans on bank lending by commercial banks in Zimbabwe

The 2007-8 global financial crisis which started in United States of America and spread across the world resulted in the recognition that the quantity of non-performing loans (NPLs) is related to bank failures and the financial status of a country (Vatansever and Hep��en, 2013). As a result, the relationship between NPLs and the quality of … Read more

Wright-Patt credit union

Wright-Patt credit Union (WPCU) is a US credit score union or financial cooperative headquartered in Beaver Creek, Ohio. The credit score union used to be at the start headquartered in Fair born, Ohio nevertheless it relocated in early 2014. WPCU is registered as a state-chartered sort credit score union, is the largest member-owned credit union … Read more

Agricultural commodity futures

CHAPTER ‘I: INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION Background Agricultural commodity futures are market-based instruments for managing risks and they help in orderly establishment of efficient agricultural markets. Future markets are used to hedge commodity price risks. They also serve as a low cost, highly efficient and transparent mechanism for discovering prices in the future by providing a forum … Read more

Understanding ICM and Billing System of Majesco & Suggesting Improvements in Testing Process

1. INTRODUCTION: 1.1. Background 1.1.1. Billing System in Insurance Companies: Billing is a necessary function of the insurance transaction. A customer may go months or years without filing a claim, but every customer receives a bill on a regular basis. A customer may never read marketing material insurers send or the insurance policy itself, but … Read more