This is because Porter’s five forces is a complete framework which consists of suppliers, substitutes, new entrants, customers and competitors, however 3Cs focuses only in the immediate competitive environment that includes those customers, competitors and the company. From Mistry’s viewpoint, 3Cs is good for a short term planning and with certain assumptions. For example, suppliers do not possess enough power to influence the company, substitutes and new entrants that are included in competitors. Hence, 3Cs is considered as a basic approach in which a corporation using its relative corporate strengths in endeavouring to differentiate itself positively from its competitors with the aim of better fulfilled those customer needs (Ohmae,
SCOPE OF THE STUDY: The scope of this project is to analyze the satisfaction of the customer on retail lending in and around Hyderabad. The study gathers information about knowing the best financial institution and their services for different lending products or loans. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY: The research methodology has been done in two ways and they are: 1. Primary data: The primary data has been collected with the help of questionnaire which is given to different set people like employee, business people, professionals and other. 2.
As SBU bank is conducting its business in Singapore, it should follow Financial Sector Assessment Program (FSAP) stress testing criteria which includes three locally-incorporated banking groups (DBS, UOB, OCBC) and host of foreign banks all established in the form of branches. A table (refer to appendix) shows the shares of the local and foreign banks in domestic banking sector. What Singapore’s FSAP is different from FSAP in other countries will be Singapore has included foreign bank branches as Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) identified they are essential for stress testing exercise. The inclusive of foreign bank branches is ultimately beneficial in promoting best practices in the use of stress testing as a risk management tool in financial
Legal Accountants: Forensic bookkeepers are open bookkeepers who apply their insight into bookkeeping to explore money related violations. For this occupation, nature with the lawful framework is as imperative as bookkeeping aptitudes. People inspired by this energizing vocation ought to search for bookkeeping degrees that offer a fixation or accentuation in scientific bookkeeping. Get ready for an Accounting
These rules describe the decisions that eventually lead to the prediction. It uses ID3, C4.5 and C5.0 algorithms, which help to gain percentage accuracy in performance In banking context, Decision tress can be used for Credit card Approval and to detect and prevent Financial frauds with an increased accuracy and performance. Financial organizations can use these approaches to make their financial services and transactions secure and less vulnerable to fraudulent activities. K-Means Clustering (Unsupervised) It is a distance-based algorithm based on clustering that divides the data into a pre-scheduled number of groups/clusters. Each cluster has a unique centroid.
1.7.4 CHAPTER - 4: BRIEF PROFILE OF SAMPLE COMPANIES The current chapter describes about the brief profile of sample banks, such as State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank Ltd, HDFC Bank Ltd, ICICI Bank Ltd, Uco Bank Ltd and Axis Bank Ltd. To draw an overview about the said sample banks regarding their formation, growth, current financial position and future vision is the primary aim this chapter. 1.7.5 CHAPTER - 5: ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF RESPONDENTS’ VIEWS In current chapter, the complete analysis done on basis of the collected information from different banking customers in Balasore district about their needs and impression on different banks and banking personal. 1.7.6 CHAPTER - 6: ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF BANK PERSONNEL’S
The relationship between independent variable (reliability, purposiveness, tangible and empathy) and the impact of using mobile banking on improving customer’s satisfaction in Kota Bharu is being measured. The questionnaires are tested through pilot study. According to Sekaran (2006), the nominal scale is one that allows assigning subjects to certain categories or groups. Furthermore, nominal scale is used for obtaining personal data that consist of gender and job position. Apart from that, the nominal scale gives some basics categorical and gross information (Sekaran,
A number of studies have been conducted in India and abroad to study the various aspects of performance measurement in the banking sector. These studies have been reviewed critically with a view to understand the objectives of these studies, research methodology, research findings, etc. and to identify the gap that exists in the literature in this area. The analysis of banking performance has received a great deal of attention in the banking literature. A common framework used by supervisors is the CAMELS framework, which uses basic financial ratios to help evaluate a bank’s performance (Yue, 1992 various studies includes the use of financial ratios to analysis the banks’ performance appraisal, including Beaver (1966), Atman (1968), Maishanu
PESTEL Analysis PESTEL analysis enables HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad to know the factors that affect its future direction as well as allow it to understand and determine its business position in banking industry in Malaysia. The factors which are included in the PESTEL framework are political, economic, social, technological, legal and environmental factors. In this part, PESTEL analysis will be used to analyse what macro-environmental factors HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad faces in Malaysia’s banking industry currently and how will they influence its decision making. The six factors in PESTEL framework mentioned above are listed and explained as below: Political In order to run its business operation effectively in Malaysia, HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad
The overall aim of this research is to examine whether the Performance appraisal is an effective management tool within Banks DIH Limited, the following questions were addressed during the research: • What set 's the foundation of Performance Appraisal? • What are the essential steps that set the foundation for an effective Performance Appraisal? • How this entire interaction and review process is beneficial to the organization as a whole and what are the objectives of performance appraisal? • What do employees perceive as the strengths and weaknesses of the current performance appraisal system? • How can Banks benefit from implementing suggested improvements in performance management across the company?