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  • Bbm Case Study

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    financial sector. The policy was also to maintain a diversified, stronger and more reliable financial sector that would propel economic growth and industrial development of Nigeria. Through the policy was to ensure that the Financial Sector mobilize finances for the growth of the real sector of the nation’s economy as well as have a country with strong financial system to serve as the Financial Centre for African transactions and mobilize fund to support investment in Nigeria

  • Panasonic Manufacturing Malaysia Ratio Analysis

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    stockholder’s equity. This ratio indicates how much debt a company is using to finance its assets relative to the amount of value represented in shareholders’ equity. Most company is taking on debts as to increase its value by using borrowed money to fund various projects. A high debt/equity ratio generally means that a company has been aggressive in financing its growth with debt. If a lot of debt is used to finance increased operations, the company could potentially generate more earnings than

  • Advantage Of Cash In Business

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    In business the current assets includes cash. Cash is necessary for going concern. It should be kept sufficiently for meeting the obligation. In case shortage of cash occurs then it will slow down the operation of the business & in case any excess of it then it is unproductive. In assets, cash is more unproductive i.e. it doesn’t contribute anything to business, while fixed assets like plant, machinery etc. & in current assets such as inventory will add to business earning capacity. The money can

  • Socio-Cultural Analysis Of Myanmar

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    There is much to do if Myanmar is going to realise its potential and create a prosperous and inclusive society. The government is working very hard within extremely tight constraints in terms of its capacity, finances and time. Key considerations for the future should include ensuring delivery of the political and economic reforms so as to maintain the confidence and trust of its own people, local businesses and foreign investors. Local companies will experience

  • 3bros Berhad Working Capital Case Study

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    Hassan, Harjeet and Henry should raise the working capital through loan capital rather than share capital. Intention to expand the business, Hassan, Harjeet and Henry need to raise RM2 million working capital but none of them able to contribute any capital on right issue share for the expansion of business. However, 3Bros Berhad have a retail shop worth RM 3million in Pavilion as Restaurant 1Malaysia which in accordance with Section 21(1) and 21(2) Company Act 2016, company have full power to operate

  • Plc Case Study

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    Central Investment & Finance PLC Background Ownership Central Investment & Finance Limited was established in 1966 by Mr Hinni Appuhami, the founder of Maliban Biscuits & remained as a family owned company for about four decades. In 2004, 74.5% stake of the company was acquired by Aspic Corporation (Private) Limited, a diversified Investment Management company. At the time of Acquisition, CIFL had a deposit base of Rs. 30 million & an accumulated loss of Rs. 12 million. CIFL was acquired with the

  • Factors Influencing Banking

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    by housing and retail sectors. In recent years, finance and economics literature has shown increasing interest in the determinants of business firms’ stock price synchronicity. However, precisely what factors influence stock

  • Commercial Bank Profitability Case Study

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    commercial benks, development financial institutions (FDI), microfinance banks (MFBs), non banking finance companies (NBFCs) like as leasing companies , investment banks, discount house, housing finance companies, venture capital companies, mutual funds etc. and other modarabas, stock exchange and insurance companies. The supervisory responsibilities in case of banks, development finance institutions and micro finance banks under the prevalent legislative structure that falls within legal ambit of state bank

  • Importance Of Micro Finance

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    and 60 percent depend on agriculture (according to the World Bank reports), micro-finance can play a vital role in providing financial services to the poor and low income individuals. Microfinance is the form of a broad range of financial services such as deposits, loans, payment services, money transfers, insurance, savings, micro-credit etc. to the poor and low income individuals. The importance of micro-finance in the developing economies like India can not be undermined, where a large size of

  • Infrastructure Development In India

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    The infrastructure development is a critical part of an economy. A well developed physical infrastructure provides efficient services, enhances competitiveness and pave the way for strong economic growth. Infrastructure includes transportation, power, sanitation and health facilities, water supply, education etc which has a direct impact on the quality of life. Infrastructure bottlenecks have been a major impediment to growth in India as the existing infrastructure base is lagging behind when compared