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  • Bank Balance Sheet Analysis

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    Differences of Balance Sheet of a Bank and a Typical Company A balance sheet is generally defined as “a financial statement that takes a snapshot of what a company owns (assets) and owes (liabilities) at a given moment” (Wright and Quadrini (2009), p. 184). The basic accounting concept where “the summation of assets should be equal to liabilities and equity” is used in the banking industry as well, as nonfinancial companies. However, a bank’s balance sheet is different with a nonfinancial company’s

  • J & K Bank Case Study

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    This network even assesses the assets which are worth to be accepted by the bank as a security against the finance provided. b) Use of technology Fully computerisation of the branches have made the management of NPAs very efficient and effective. In 2011 System Level Asset Classification (SLAC) was incorporated by the bank making its systems more efficient. Bank

  • Gearing Theory Critical Review

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    the theories are widely being used in the current studies and industries. As for trade-off theory, it helps a firm to determine the most optimal debt-to-equity ratio which focuses on bankruptcy cost and debt, while pecking order theory helps the finance managers to maintain the control of the firm, and minimizing the cost of equity and agency problems which is a significant issue to be addressed in by financial practitioners in today corporate

  • Disadvantages Of Cash Flow Accounting

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    ows-175-4561/ Freedman J. (n.d.). Pros and Cons of Cash Flow Statement. Retrieved on November 21, 2015 from Gitman L. J. & Zutter C. J. (2015). Principles of Managerial Finance. (14th Ed.). Lakhotia G. (n.d.). Merits and Demerits of Cash Flow Statement. Retrieved on November 21, 2015 from Parikh V. (2012). Advantages and Disadvantages of Cash

  • Debt Finance Case Study

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    There are many advantages of debt financing, including that it can finance any business regardless its type and size. Moreover, there are special programs which are designed to open a path for any type of entrepreneurs. If VeD chooses debt financing, then it will have a wide range of option to borrow debt, rather than bank

  • Islamic Bank Case Study

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    Islamic Bank or sharia bank, here in after referred to as a bank, a bank that operates not by relying on the interest. Islamic Bank or commonly called the bank without interest, is a financial institution or banking operations and products developed based on the Qur’an and the Hadith of the Prophet Muhammad. In other words, Islamic bank are financial institutions that provide basic business financing and other services in interchange and the payment of money circulation, adjusted to Islamic law.

  • Disadvantages Of Risk Management

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    a) Risk Management Workflow 2. Risk Profiling Risk profiling is a process for finding the optimal level of investment risk for your client considering the risk required, risk capacity and risk tolerance, where, risk required is the risk associated with the return required to achieve the client’s goals from the financial resources available, risk capacity is the level of financial risk the client can afford to take, and risk tolerance is the level of risk the client is comfortable with

  • Berkshire Hathaway Case Study Summary

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    Berkshire Hathaway Annual letter analysis: 2011 • Book Review • Summary Book Review Berkshire financial results The per share book value of both Class A and B stocks of the company increased by 4.6%, which is 19.8% compounded annually since last 47 years. The book value has increased from $19 to nearly $100,000, which is impressive. Some highlights 1. He is confident that his eventual successors will do a good job. 2. Berkshire has bought Lubrizol, a chemical company with pre-tax profits of $1085

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Trading In Nifty

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    What is the advantage and disadvantage of trading in nifty compared to other stocks The first thing that attracts a newcomer to the stock market is the value of either the Nifty or the Sensex, flagship indices of the National Stock Exchange(NSE) and the Bombay Stock Exchange(BSE). Their rising and falling values are a mystery to the new enthusiast. We have demystified the Nifty 50 index, which might prove helpful before moving ahead. Among the two indices, Nifty is the most widely followed and

  • Pacific Island Globalization

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    In 1970 the Pacific island countries experienced the second phase of globalization with profound impacts. The question one might ask is where the pressure is coming from to follow the globalization agenda. The answer is that all the significant sources of advice for economic policy- makers in the Pacific islands now say the same thing. They are aid donors, international financial institutions, banks and investors and they agree that salvation for the economies of the region lies in opening themselves