Banking Analysis Paper Samples

Deutsche Bank’s Financial History

Introduction Founded in 1870, Deutsche Bank has a long history of failure and success throughout meeting its paramount goal of connecting Germany and the rest of the world in the context of financial operations. The crisis of 2008, a striking event that affected all banks, led to the collapse of...

Sharjah Islamic Bank Financial Performance

Abstract Sharjah Islamic Bank is one of the prominent financial institutions operating in the U.A.E. banking industry. The bank started as a conventional bank and later converted into an Islamic bank. The bank has a long history of great strategy and success. The financial analysis performed in this report includes...

Islamic Alternative to Conventional Finance

Introduction The last few decades have been characterized by heated debates and scholarly questions that seek to find answers concerning the persistent predicament witnessed in the financial sector and more so the prevailing conventional banking frameworks. The inquiries not only seek explanations about the root of the crises but also...

Customer Relationship Management in Lebanon Banks

Abstract Lebanon faces a problem of high customer turnover rates. Many banks in the country are unable to retain their clients. Customer retention has been found to increase the profitability and increase the success rates of new packages. Banks in Lebanon need to implement CRM in their operations so as...

The First National Bank’ Examining

Introduction Modern organizations thrive in environments that are characterized by unending competition. This situation required them to adopt robust management and leadership styles that are aimed at realizing the accomplishment of goals. Various issues such as leadership and organizational transformation have been noted in the management of the First National...

Islamic Banking: History and Economic Crises

Introduction According to Lewis and Algaoud, Islamic banking is a financial system anchored on Sharia and related principles (23). In this banking model, profits and losses are shared between the various stakeholders. Accumulation of interests is not allowed. The system appears to operate on the ‘no risk, no gain’ logic....

Securities Market in the UAE

Introduction Economic hardships witnessed across the world in the last decade have spurred a series of changes in several financial institutions globally (Kota & Kukunuru, 2011). Emanating from the fact that financial institutions have experienced remarkable changes in their practices since the advent of the serious global financial crisis of...

The Central Bank Role in Stabilizing the Economy

Abstract This essay has two important topics: the role of central banks in stabilizing the economy during a recession and investing during a recession. The first part focused on the possible causes of the Great Depression, the 1990s recession, and the 2008 to 2009 recession also known as the Great...

Islamic Banks in UAE: Service Quality and Customers Satisfaction

Abstract Within the UAE as a whole, the financial sector was estimated to have contributed approximately 7.0 percent of real GDP in 2011, according to preliminary estimates published by the National Bureau of Statistics. This finding was way above most of the other financial contributors to the economy of GDP....

Banking Service Sector Customer Care

Introduction Customer care service refers to “the provision of service to customers by business personnel before, during, and after the purchase of a product or service” (Mittal, Huppertz, and Khare 197). Customers are the businesses most valuable determinants of success. Therefore, businesses have the perception that the quality of customer...