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  • Xiami In China Case Study

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    1.0 IINTRODUCTION Xiaomi is the fastest growing IT firm in the world. Today, the firm is valued at over $10 billion yet the firm was but a startup four years ago. Xiaomi initially started with design of smart phones before moving into tablet manufacturing. The firm products are high end but are low cost due to the ability of the business to optimize operations and cut premiums on products. Xiaomi, is a Chinese firm with china being its home market. The China home market provided a sufficient base

  • Vyp's Five Forces Model

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    2.2 Porters Five Forces Analysis Bargain Power of Customers: High • VYP’s customers are very large broadcasting corporations, which gives the corporations high bargaining power. • The Indie market is saturated. Bargain Power of Supplier: Medium • There is a large number of outsourcing companies that specialize in a variety of services. • There is a large pool of actors and experienced directors to choose from in the market. Competitors’ Rivalry: High • There is a large number of production

  • Bank Ba Case Study

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    Vision of Bank BCA Bank is the main selection mainstay of the community, which serves as an important pillar of the economy of Indonesia. Mission 1. Build institutions that excel in the field of settlement of payments and financial solutions for business customers and individuals. 2. Understand the diverse needs of customers and provide appropriate financial services to achieve optimal customer satisfaction. 3. Increase the value and stakeholder value BCA franchais Competition Strategy BCA

  • Orbis Financial Corporation Case Study

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    Orbis Financial Corporation Ltd., a custodian, works as an efficient stock market intermediary facilitating smooth execution and settlement of daily trades through sophisticated technology and systems developed in-house. Transparency and effectiveness of its functioning, is further enhanced due to its zero conflict business model, as a Non Broker, non-banker and Non Fund Manager with unidirectional focus on custodial services. The team at Orbis is a group of professionals which endeavors

  • The Pros And Cons Of Enron

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    It is commonly know that the ever increasing number of frauds has lessened the trustworthiness of financial reports, destroyed the confidence of investors with respect to the reliability of financial reports and has also contributed to some economic losses. Corporate financial scandals are becoming more frequent and complex. One of the most famous corporate financial scandals is that of Enron. Enron has been acknowledged to be one of the largest bankruptcy and biggest audit failure in US history

  • Pro-Concentration Theory

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    enhanced capital base, all things being equal, is expected to confer competitive edge on a bank. It would enable the bank acquire relevant technology, engage high-quality personnel and absorb shock. It would also position the bank to offer better and value added services while increasing its earning capacity. Furthermore, consolidation increases the potential of banks to compete effectively at the national, regional and global levels. 2.6.1.1 Pro-concentration theory Proponents of banking sector

  • Universal Banking: Five Forces Analysis Of Deutsche Bank

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    5 FORCES Five forces analysis below will mainly focus on commercial banking and investment banking (universal banking) rather than retail banking due to major business activities of Deutsche bank are focused on universal banking. 1. The Bargaining Power of Suppliers There are two types of supplier in universal banking industry which are depositors and employees. Depositors are the one who supply the primary resource of capital and employees who supply the resource of labour (Maverick, 2016). Depositors

  • Process In Money Laundering

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    Process in Money Laundering Money laundering involves three process which are placement, layering and integration. Placement is the process to place the money or cash from the illegal activity into the financial system. Second process is layering, where it is a transaction in a financial system to disguise the illegal money. Last process in money laundering is integration, where the criminal earn back the money in cleaned. 1) Placement First process in money laundering is placement. Placement is

  • Equity Finance Case Study

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    Q1. A Equity Finance Equity finance is a way of gathering or raising new capital through sales of additional shares to existing shareholders or selling shares of the company to the public, financial institution or institutional investors. • Internal Equity Finance – In Internal finance, money is mostly raised by owner of the small business or sometimes by shareholders. It is when a Sole proprietor or Sole trader does not take profit out as drawings, and in fact uses the profit as savings to reinvests

  • Micro Finance Case Study

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    NABARD has defined micro finance as follows: “Micro finance is all about provision of thrift, credit and other financial services and products of very small amount to the poor in rural, semi urban and urban areas for enabling them to raise their standard of living.” UN declared the year 2005 as year of micro credit since the policy makers of UN supported the view that micro finance is an instrument to fight against poverty. According to Nobel Committee, micro finance can help the people to break