Essay About Financial Inclusion In Mauritius

  • Access to financial resources for the poor

    Providing access to financial resources to the poor continues to be an important policy pre- scription in the literature even though the empirical evidence on impacts of credit constraint relaxations … Continue reading “Access to financial resources for the poor”

  • The rise of Algorithmic Trading and its effects on

    Return Dispersion and Market Predictability Technology is becoming more and more of an influential factor in the lives of ordinary people around the globe and the internet has expanded in … Continue reading “The rise of Algorithmic Trading and its effects on”

  • Embracing Blockchain innovation

    The state of Delaware expects to receive a vote on a bill that would recognize recorded stock on Blockchain. As $51 million has been slashed from Delaware’s budget, there were … Continue reading “Embracing Blockchain innovation”

  • What are Commercial Banks?

    Commercial bank is defined as an authorized financial institution by the law whereby they receive money from individual and businesses as well as lending money to them. Commercial banks are … Continue reading “What are Commercial Banks?”

  • Investment Banking

    Do you want to make money out of money? If yes, then the solution is Investment bank. To be precise, Investment bank is nothing but a bank which matches the … Continue reading “Investment Banking”

  • Evolution of BASEL

    The pre-Basel era was characterized by increasing globalization, leading to rapid expansion of international financial services sector. The swift proliferation contributed to gradual deregulation, which created new revenue opportunities for … Continue reading “Evolution of BASEL”

  • The effect of exchange rate and inflation on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)

    Exchange rate movements do affect FDI values because they not only greatly affect the amount of cash inflows received from investments but also affect the amount of cash outflows required … Continue reading “The effect of exchange rate and inflation on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)”

  • FINANCE FOR STRATEGIC MANAGERS

    ACTIVITY ONE A Brief Company Profile Lekwot & Sons Limited, a limited liability partnership business, was incorporated January 9, 2007. It is engaged in the sales of retail and wholesale … Continue reading “FINANCE FOR STRATEGIC MANAGERS”

  • Adoption of IFRS – literature review

    LITERATURE REVIEW 2.0 INTRODUCTION The decision to adopt IFRS is gaining momentum by the days as more countries embrace the adoption. Generally, it is believed that the adoption arises from … Continue reading “Adoption of IFRS – literature review”

  • Initial Public Offerings

    INTRODUCTION In the early nineties, Initial Public Offerings were considered to be one of the hottest items in the stock market, tempting many new firms to consider this scheme as … Continue reading “Initial Public Offerings”

  • Implementation of the IFRS in Nigeria

    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study The globalization of capital markets is an irreversible process and the benefits associated with mutually recognized and prospected International Accounting Standards are … Continue reading “Implementation of the IFRS in Nigeria”

  • DETERMINANTS OF VALUE ADDED TAX REVENUE IN NIGERIA

    ABSTRACT This study investigated the determinants of VAT revenue in Nigeria. This study used consumption cost, Gross Domestic Product, Household cost and international trade values collected from the Central Bank … Continue reading “DETERMINANTS OF VALUE ADDED TAX REVENUE IN NIGERIA”

  • Banking capital – Islamic banking

    The banking industry is one of the business units that need to be managed properly and yet still refers to the rules set by the regulator. At the end of … Continue reading “Banking capital – Islamic banking”

  • Risk and expected return

    2.1. Introduction This chapter presents the theories that have been developed and established to give details about the relationship between risk and expected return .Moreover, it presents the historical development … Continue reading “Risk and expected return”

  • Bank Rakyat

    Company background Under the Cooperative Ordinance 1948, Bank Rakyat was established on 28 September 1954. Nowadays, the biggest Islamic cooperative in Malaysia is Bank Rakyat with assets totaling RM89.18 billion … Continue reading “Bank Rakyat”

  • Microfinance

    1. Background of microfinance Microfinance consists of the provision of financial services in small increments, typically to very poor people. 1.1. History The beginnings of the microfinance movement are most … Continue reading “Microfinance”

  • Assets under management (AUM) is the total [market value] of assets that an [investment company] or financial institution manages on behalf of investors. There are many assets under management definitions. … Continue reading “”

  • NEWS HEADLINES SENTIMENT ANALYSIS TO PREDICT STOCK MARKET TRENDS

      ABSTRACT While stocks are considered as a fundamental financial equipment and has a significant role in the economy of a country. It is really important to find out the … Continue reading “NEWS HEADLINES SENTIMENT ANALYSIS TO PREDICT STOCK MARKET TRENDS”

  • Islamic finance and Islamic banking

    Introduction The term Finance deals with the study of investments and money management. It deals with assets and liabilities under varied degree of risk and uncertainty. The most crucial point … Continue reading “Islamic finance and Islamic banking”

  • Internship – banking – MCB

    The report is all about the internship work on MCB. In this report I discuss all the important features of bank that I observed during this internship period. The report … Continue reading “Internship – banking – MCB”

  • THE IMPACT OF DIVIDEND POLICY ON SHARE PRICE VOLATILITY

    MALAYSIAN CONSTRUCTION AND MATERIAL COMPANY ‘ CHAPTER 1 1.0 INTRODUCTION Dividend policy remains a source of controversy despite years of theoretical and empirical research, including one aspect of dividend policy, … Continue reading “THE IMPACT OF DIVIDEND POLICY ON SHARE PRICE VOLATILITY”

  • Development of the Chinese microfinance company process

    Abstract Purpose of the dissertation This dissertation sought to assess the development of the Chinese microfinance company process and the future prospects. More so, the study analyzed the relationship between … Continue reading “Development of the Chinese microfinance company process”

  • MOTILAL OSWAL SECURITIES LIMITED

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY There are few points that everybody agrees upon in this world. The stock market irregularity is certainly one of them. Even people with several years of experience are … Continue reading “MOTILAL OSWAL SECURITIES LIMITED”

  • Islamic banking

    Islamic banks conform to the tradition that must be adhered to (jurisdiction) and Islamic Law (shariah). The fundamental point of Islam is to guide human advancement along the right lines … Continue reading “Islamic banking”

  • Price of gold – global gold market

    INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study The global gold market has recently attracted a lot of attention and the price of gold is relatively higher than its historical trend. In 2008 … Continue reading “Price of gold – global gold market”

  • Budgets, budgeting and the national budget

    Chapter One INTRODUCTION 1.1What is Budget? Budget is an estimate of income and expenditure for a set period of time and the National budget is the primary tool for implementing … Continue reading “Budgets, budgeting and the national budget”

  • Auditing – benefits and limitations

    Chapter-1 INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION The review of saving money organizations assumes an imperative part in India as it manage the saving money organizations in right way. In review of banks incorporates … Continue reading “Auditing – benefits and limitations”

  • Training in Indian banks

    b) Questionnaire: A questionnaire is a research instrument consisting of a series of questions and other prompts for the purpose of gathering information from respondents. Questionnaires are a survey instrument … Continue reading “Training in Indian banks”

  • Indian banking system

    In today’s changing world, organizations are going through rapid changes in every sphere. The rate of change has increased to the limits of our endurance. Individual employees all over the … Continue reading “Indian banking system”

  • Relationship between leverage and investment for firms listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius

    Abstract This paper provides an empirical study on the relationship between leverage and investment for firms listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius. It also permits the determination of other … Continue reading “Relationship between leverage and investment for firms listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius”

  • Costing methods

    Introduction: The rapid and recent changes in the business field have led to the emergence of modern systems of costing and the fast increase in global competition to maximize the … Continue reading “Costing methods”

  • Mortality calculations for the insurance and pensions industry

    Research plan CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION This chapter discussed the background of the study, statement of the problem, objectives of the study, significance of the study, scope of the study and … Continue reading “Mortality calculations for the insurance and pensions industry”

  • WHAT IS CAPITAL BUDGETING ?

    ‘ A capital budgeting decision refers to the firm’s decision to invest its current funds most efficiently in the long term assets in anticipation of an expected flow of benefits … Continue reading “WHAT IS CAPITAL BUDGETING ?”

  • The collapse at Enron

    The Labor party was accused of taking Enron’s money in return for access to government ministers. The party had apparently changed its policy on gas-fired power stations after being lobbied … Continue reading “The collapse at Enron”

  • Insurance in Ghana – research proposal

    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Insurance is the purchase of security or the assured, anxious to protect oneself against a risk. It is a form of risk management … Continue reading “Insurance in Ghana – research proposal”

  • The Indian Banking System

    In today’s changing world, organizations are going through rapid changes in every sphere. The rate of change has increased to the limits of our endurance. Individual employees all over the … Continue reading “The Indian Banking System”

  • Consumption-based capital asset pricing model (CCAPM)

    The consumption-based capital asset pricing model (CCAPM) was established in 1978, by Lucas and Breeden. They described their model to the consumer as being the model where the relative risk … Continue reading “Consumption-based capital asset pricing model (CCAPM)”

  • What Ought to Happen to the State Least Insurance Levels?

    The estimation of cash changes. The purchasing force of a dollar a quarter century back has tumbled to only a quarter century today. Expansion disintegrates the worth. Under typical circumstances, … Continue reading “What Ought to Happen to the State Least Insurance Levels?”

  • Motor insurance

    1.1 Background of the study Motor Insurance which is sometimes also referred to as automobile insurance is a form of security which is purchased to protect the buyer of the … Continue reading “Motor insurance”

  • Impacts on risk and return on separation of commercial and investment banks

    Evidence from Globally Systemically Important Bank ABSTRACT This purpose of this dissertation is to examine the risk-return effects of separating universal banks by gathering empirical evidence from globally systemically important … Continue reading “Impacts on risk and return on separation of commercial and investment banks”

  • Costing systems

    Introduction: The rapid and recent changes in the business field have led to the emergence of modern systems of costing and the fast increase in global competition to maximize the … Continue reading “Costing systems”

  • Pension system in the Netherlands

    Introduction The Netherlands has a pension system that can be considered unique around the world. The Dutch pension system consists of three so called pillars. The first pillar includes the … Continue reading “Pension system in the Netherlands”

  • The impact of non-performing loans on bank lending by commercial banks in Zimbabwe

    The 2007-8 global financial crisis which started in United States of America and spread across the world resulted in the recognition that the quantity of non-performing loans (NPLs) is related … Continue reading “The impact of non-performing loans on bank lending by commercial banks in Zimbabwe”

  • CEO Mr Van de Merwe’s behaviour and management of PPC financials

    The Chief Executive Officer, Mr Van de Merwe’s, behaviour and management of PPC financials have caused a few controversies. His insistence on the organisations ‘ financial advisors to complete his … Continue reading “CEO Mr Van de Merwe’s behaviour and management of PPC financials”

  • Essay: Wright-Patt credit union

    Wright-Patt credit Union (WPCU) is a US credit score union or financial cooperative headquartered in Beaver Creek, Ohio. The credit score union used to be at the start headquartered in … Continue reading “Essay: Wright-Patt credit union”

  • Essay: CONCEPT OF PRODUCTIVITY IN BANKING

    Sound and strong financial infrastructure is one of the basic foundation stone for the development of any economy. Banks play an important role in financing the economic needs of the … Continue reading “Essay: CONCEPT OF PRODUCTIVITY IN BANKING”

  • Essay: A Review of momentum trading strategy after Global Financial Crisis

    Abstract Unlike normal portfolio managers who perform various analysis on the fundamental performance of equity stocks, a momentum portfolio is only concerned with the patterns of the stocks. The portfolio … Continue reading “Essay: A Review of momentum trading strategy after Global Financial Crisis”

  • Essay: China Equity Crash – Personal Insights and Views

    Why did China’s stock market crash ? Stock markets are an indicator and must be in line with all the other indicators of the economy but this was not the … Continue reading “Essay: China Equity Crash – Personal Insights and Views”

  • Essay: Agricultural commodity futures

    CHAPTER ‘I: INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION Background Agricultural commodity futures are market-based instruments for managing risks and they help in orderly establishment of efficient agricultural markets. Future markets are used to hedge … Continue reading “Essay: Agricultural commodity futures”

  • Essay: Understanding ICM and Billing System of Majesco & Suggesting Improvements in Testing Process

    1. INTRODUCTION: 1.1. Background 1.1.1. Billing System in Insurance Companies: Billing is a necessary function of the insurance transaction. A customer may go months or years without filing a claim, … Continue reading “Essay: Understanding ICM and Billing System of Majesco & Suggesting Improvements in Testing Process”

  • Essay: A proof of concept for Policy Administration System in Motor insurance in UK.

    CHAPTER 1- INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND: Insurance is essentially an arrangement by which a company or the state undertakes to provide a guarantee of compensation for specified loss, damage, illness, or death … Continue reading “Essay: A proof of concept for Policy Administration System in Motor insurance in UK.”

  • Essay: The impact of credit risk on financial variables HDCC Bank.

    1.1 INTRODUCTION ABOUT THE INTERNSHIP: The internship is an opportunity to give the students in a field experience working to share their findings in order to explore the connections between … Continue reading “Essay: The impact of credit risk on financial variables HDCC Bank.”

  • Essay: What is credit?

    First, we need to know what is going to loan and credit risk management, credit and one for the party and the first party to the second party in a … Continue reading “Essay: What is credit?”

  • Essay: Basel III

    The banks play vital role in the smooth functioning of an economy. Banks must have adequate capital to meet the requirements of mass people especially its depositors. Thus, the banks … Continue reading “Essay: Basel III”

  • Essay: Progidy Finance Internship

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  • Essay: Activity Based Costing (ABC)

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  • Essay: Indian stock market

    The market in which shares of publicly held companies are issued and traded either through exchanges or over-the-counter markets, is known as the equity market or stock market. The stock … Continue reading “Essay: Indian stock market”

  • Essay: The relationship between exchange rate and share prices

    Some studies have been undertaken to examine the relationship between exchange rate and share prices. Dimitrova (2005) predicts the connection between share prices and exchange rates. He has utilized a … Continue reading “Essay: The relationship between exchange rate and share prices”

  • Essay: INDIAN KISAN CREDIT CARD SCHEME: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY

    Abstract Kisan Credit Card (KCC) has now been regarded as the only medium of short-term credit for agriculture. The Kisan Credit Card (KCC) scheme was introduced by the Finance Minister … Continue reading “Essay: INDIAN KISAN CREDIT CARD SCHEME: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY”

  • Essay: Factors affecting international equity return

    The title of our project is factors affecting international equity return. The purpose of our study is about the equity markets and equity returns. This concept paper examines the functioning … Continue reading “Essay: Factors affecting international equity return”

  • Essay: The Influence of XBRL on the Quality of the Information Set

    1. Introduction Live stats of Internet users show clearly that the Internet has increased in its use over de last two decades, and it still does. Users are defined as … Continue reading “Essay: The Influence of XBRL on the Quality of the Information Set”

  • Essay: The Indian banking industry

    CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION A financial system, which is intrinsically strong, functionally varied and displays efficiency and flexibility, is creating a market-driven, productive and competitive economy. A strong system supports higher … Continue reading “Essay: The Indian banking industry”

  • Essay: The banking sector, technology and service delivery

    Introduction The revolution came after the modernization and globalization process in economy has a considerable impact on the financial institutions. The financial sector reforms and the reforms of banking sector … Continue reading “Essay: The banking sector, technology and service delivery”

  • Essay: IFRS – Korea

    Korea’s accounting system has a long history as it faced a lot changes through the years. As the technology evolution, begun, new easier methods where introduced by the years for … Continue reading “Essay: IFRS – Korea”

  • Essay: Basel III

    1.0 Abstract This paper tries to understand the reasons that led bankers in establishing Basel III agreement and, examine whether it would bring about prudent risk management in banking. Basel … Continue reading “Essay: Basel III”

  • Essay: INTRODUCTION OF MICRO-FINANCE

    The word ” micro” literally means small and finance also mean investment or support, therefore microfinance can be define literally as small investment and support. Microfinance is provide broad range … Continue reading “Essay: INTRODUCTION OF MICRO-FINANCE”

  • Essay: What are the price reactions of cross-delistings and what are their drivers?

    1. Introduction In the early nineties European firms decided to list their equity on the U.S. market besides their own domestic listing, cross-listing their shares. Cross-listings happen when firms list … Continue reading “Essay: What are the price reactions of cross-delistings and what are their drivers?”

  • Essay: The differences between financial and managerial accounting

    Abstract This paper is going to consist of the differences between financial and managerial accounting. Furthermore, the types of information between accounting and financial will be brought up and discussed … Continue reading “Essay: The differences between financial and managerial accounting”

  • Essay: Mauritus – banking system

    ABSTRACT A stable bank system is an important foundation which help modern economies maintain stability and vigorous development. The purpose of this study is to explore some important features which … Continue reading “Essay: Mauritus – banking system”

  • Essay: MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING

    Part A Q1 The position that cans felid by management accountant: by (Hilton 1999) 1. Corporate treasurer: is the job summit that management accounts aspire to. The financial responsibilities within … Continue reading “Essay: MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING”

  • Essay: Benefits of adopting international financial reporting standards

    LITERATURE REVIEW 2.0. Introduction The expected benefits of adopting the International Financial Reporting Standards cannot be over emphasized. The quality of information provided in financial reports determines the usefulness and … Continue reading “Essay: Benefits of adopting international financial reporting standards”

  • Cooperative Banking: It’s the thought that counts?

    A study about whether the organizational structure of a cooperative bank is still relevant in modern times. Abstract The aim of this thesis is to identify whether cooperative banks are … Continue reading “Cooperative Banking: It’s the thought that counts?”

  • Essay: E-payment

    The growth of modern civilization hinges on payments. Systems of payment have substantially metamorphosed over time, from the stone age barter system, through to coins and to virtual payment ( … Continue reading “Essay: E-payment”

  • Essay: THE CHALLENGES OF E-PAYMENT SYSTEM IN THE LIVELIHOOD EMPOWERMENT AGAINST POVERTY PROGRAMME A CASE OF GA SOUTH

    Abstract The study was to investigate the causes of the myriad problems confronting the LEAP project e-payment system in specific terms and also increase awareness of the benefits of electronic … Continue reading “Essay: THE CHALLENGES OF E-PAYMENT SYSTEM IN THE LIVELIHOOD EMPOWERMENT AGAINST POVERTY PROGRAMME A CASE OF GA SOUTH”

  • Essay: Variables that can dictate the effectiveness of a governmental subsidy on a firm or industry

    In a world where medicine and technology form such an integral part of our culture, evolution and in some cases survival, research and development’which will be abbreviated to R&D in … Continue reading “Essay: Variables that can dictate the effectiveness of a governmental subsidy on a firm or industry”

  • Essay: Share khan ltd

    CNX Nifty (Nifty = National Fifty) is a diversified index of 50 stocks from 25 different economy sectors. In 1998, the National Stock Exchange of India launched in web-site and … Continue reading “Essay: Share khan ltd”

  • Essay: Tools for evaluating capital investments

    Some traditional methods for evaluating capital investments are internal rate of return, net present value and cash payback. The internal rate of return method finds the interest yield of the … Continue reading “Essay: Tools for evaluating capital investments”

  • Essay: SHGs

    Model III: SHGs promoted by NGOs and financed by banks using NGOs/formal agencies as financial intermediaries. Model II has emerged as the most popular model under the SBLP program Commercial … Continue reading “Essay: SHGs”

  • Essay: Investment in foreign markets

    Companies choose to invest in foreign markets for different reasons, often the same reasons for expanding operations within their home country. Some of these reasons could be: – Looking for … Continue reading “Essay: Investment in foreign markets”

  • Essay: Banking in Pakistan – Islamic and Conventional banking

    Pakistan consisting of two banking sectors Islamic and Conventional Banking, (Ahmed, Kashif-ur-Rehman, Saif, & Safwan, 2010) by independence Pakistan used to have only conventional banking sector because inherited from British … Continue reading “Essay: Banking in Pakistan – Islamic and Conventional banking”

  • Essay: Credit unions

    A credit union is a non-profit financial foundation that is had and worked totally by its people. Credit unions give budgetary organizations to their people, including store finances and giving. … Continue reading “Essay: Credit unions”

  • Essay: The economic crisis

    The economic crisis was beginning to affect economies in Malaysia in July 1997, these were caused many companies fall into financial distress and facing the threat of unable to pay … Continue reading “Essay: The economic crisis”

  • Essay: The liquidity and Working Capital structure of Oil and Gas Industries

    ABSTRACT Oil and Gas Industry plays a vital role in the socio-economic progress of India. This study is intended to make obvious the liquidity and Working Capital structure of Oil … Continue reading “Essay: The liquidity and Working Capital structure of Oil and Gas Industries”

  • Essay: Surety Bond Definition

    What is a surety bond? A surety bond is a three-sided contractual agreement guaranteeing that a business or individual will fulfill their obligations under a contract and in accordance with … Continue reading “Essay: Surety Bond Definition”

  • Essay: DJIA/Dow Jones Industrial Average/The Dow

    DJIA is known as Dow Jones Industrial Average or also referred to as The Dow. It is founded by Charles Dow which co-founders along with Edward Jones of Dow Jones … Continue reading “Essay: DJIA/Dow Jones Industrial Average/The Dow”

  • Essay: Foreign Direct Investment

    Abstract – FDI have become the main trends of economic development in the world, especially in the globalization background, many developing countries are making great efforts to attract FDI in … Continue reading “Essay: Foreign Direct Investment”

  • Essay: The importance of accessing credit

    Financial services are economic services provided by the finance industry. This encompasses a broad range of organizations that manage money, including credit unions, banks, credit card companies, insurance companies, accountancy … Continue reading “Essay: The importance of accessing credit”

  • Essay: Advantages of mutual funds

    i) Professional Investment management: Mutual funds manage large pool of money. The managers have access to important market information and able to show trades on the large and most cost-effective … Continue reading “Essay: Advantages of mutual funds”

  • Essay: International trade and trade policy may increase growth rates of income

    There has been a recent growth of the amount of articles written on this topic; that international trade and trade policy may increase growth rates of income. Many researchers have … Continue reading “Essay: International trade and trade policy may increase growth rates of income”

  • Essay: Banking in Nigeria

    DEFINITION OF ELECTRONIC BANKING The term electronic banking means all day access to cash through an Automated teller machine or direct deposit of pay checks into checking or savings account. … Continue reading “Essay: Banking in Nigeria”

  • Essay: Overview of determinant of Bank Islam profitability in Malaysia

    Bank Islam Malaysia Berhad is an Islamic bank which operate in Malaysia. It has been in operation since July 1983. Bank Islam was established primarily to assist the financial needs … Continue reading “Essay: Overview of determinant of Bank Islam profitability in Malaysia”

  • Essay: Pros and cons of future contracts

    Pros: Offset the risk exposures The main reason that companies or corporations use future contracts is to offset their risk exposures and limit themselves from any fluctuations in price. The … Continue reading “Essay: Pros and cons of future contracts”

  • Essay: Offshore transfer of Indian Assets

    The Delhi High Court, in a path breaking pronouncement recently, held that the profits arising from the sale of shares of overseas entities which derive a majority of their value … Continue reading “Essay: Offshore transfer of Indian Assets”

  • Essay: Earnings management in Dutch hospitals

    LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS CEO(s) – Chief Executive Officer(s) DTC(s) – Diagnosis Treatment Combination(s) DRG(s) – Diagnosis Related Group(s) NZa – Dutch Healthcare Authority (in Dutch, Nederlandse Zorgautoriteit) PPS – Prospective … Continue reading “Essay: Earnings management in Dutch hospitals”

  • Essays: The State Bank of India (SBI) products

    INTRODUCTION State Bank of India (SBI), with a 200 year history, is the greatest business bank in India the extent that assets, stores, advantages, appendages, customers and delegates. The Government … Continue reading “Essays: The State Bank of India (SBI) products”

  • Essay: TSB

    TSB, based in London, became Britain’s 7th-largest lender after being spun-off its parent company (Lloyds Banking Group) in June of 2014. Lloyds was forced to offload 631 branches to comply … Continue reading “Essay: TSB”

  • Essay: Activity based costing

    Companies are always looking to find a way to decrease cost and maximize profits. There are many ways for companies to cost the way they do things. Activity based costing … Continue reading “Essay: Activity based costing”

  • Essay: The financial collapse of 2008

    The warning details the collapse of the financial system of America in 2008. It was not a collapse that happened overnight, but a series of unregulated actions by investors, bankers … Continue reading “Essay: The financial collapse of 2008”

  • Research proposal: The efficiency of stockbroking companies in Indonesia

    1.1 INTRODUCTION 1.1.1 SHARE Share a wealth channel capital providers of the most popular and it is a sign of the participation of individuals or a company. Share issue also … Continue reading “Research proposal: The efficiency of stockbroking companies in Indonesia”

  • Essay: Financial statement analysis

    Some of the advantages of financial statement analysis are: 1. Based on financial statement analysis of a firm, investors may make investing decisions pertaining to the firm. 2. Various regulatory … Continue reading “Essay: Financial statement analysis”

  • Essay: Monetary transmission

    The monetary transmission mechanism involves 2 sections, it describes how the changes in the financial sector leads to a change in the aggregate demand, real GDP and the price level. … Continue reading “Essay: Monetary transmission”

  • Essay: Risk Management Framework of Islamic Financial System

    A’Long Term Objective of Develop Islamic Financial System 1. Improve legal framework and develop shariah governance 2. Diversify islamic capital market 3. Broden Islamic financial intermediation. B. Long Term Plan … Continue reading “Essay: Risk Management Framework of Islamic Financial System”

  • Essay: Foreign investors

    Foreign investors are attracted in search of new opportunities for earning profit. Foreign investment simply refers to a controlling ownership in a business enterprise in one country by an entity … Continue reading “Essay: Foreign investors”

  • Essay: Exchange traded funds (ETFs)

    Exchange traded funds (ETFs) are low cost, open-ended investment trusts listed and traded on a stock exchange with the aim to track, replicate or correspond to the performance to the … Continue reading “Essay: Exchange traded funds (ETFs)”

  • Essay: Problem formulation

    It is clear that there is indeed a relation between problems on the internal market and monetary cooperation. The question therefore is if this link is of decisive importance, and … Continue reading “Essay: Problem formulation”

  • Essay: The challenges of fiscal Autonomy and Financial Accountability at Local level Governments

    An evaluation in the light of international experiences Abstract Strengthening Local governments by providing more autonomous power in fiscal affairs and ensuring citizen involvement is believed to empower people at … Continue reading “Essay: The challenges of fiscal Autonomy and Financial Accountability at Local level Governments”

  • Dissertation: Are investors rational?

    1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY For many years now, investors, equity valuators, brokers, wealth managers have read and believed in traditional financial models ‘ all of which have the basic … Continue reading “Dissertation: Are investors rational?”

  • Essay: Mobile banking

    Over the last few years, the mobile and wireless market has been one of the fastest growing markets in the world and it is still growing at a fast space. … Continue reading “Essay: Mobile banking”

  • Essay: ‘Annuity Purchase Rather than ARF should be the default option for Retirees’

    Introduction This paper aims to assess some of the central aspects which should be evaluated when assessing what type of default solution is appropriate ‘ taking into account the current … Continue reading “Essay: ‘Annuity Purchase Rather than ARF should be the default option for Retirees’”

  • Essay: Saham adalah alat investasi yang paling populer di pasar modal…

    Saham adalah alat investasi yang paling populer di pasar modal. Tujuan berinvestasi pada saham adalah untuk mendapatkan return atau keuntungan yang berasal dari selisih harga jual dengan harga beli (capital … Continue reading “Essay: Saham adalah alat investasi yang paling populer di pasar modal…”

  • Essay: The strengths and limitations of providing microcredit and undertaking industrialisation in poverty alleviating process

    Introduction This essay is going to discuss the strengths and limitations between providing microcredit and undertaking industrialisation in poverty alleviating process. It will also analysis how these approaches help a … Continue reading “Essay: The strengths and limitations of providing microcredit and undertaking industrialisation in poverty alleviating process”

  • Essay: Difference phrase of Dot.com bubble and crash

    In most recent bubble scenario, stock market trends to begin and end with periods of frenzied buying (bubbles) or selling (crashes). The herding behavior that irrational and driven by emotion … Continue reading “Essay: Difference phrase of Dot.com bubble and crash”

  • Essay: Credit reports

    The report which awakes about an individual’s past borrowing & repaying, including information about bankruptcy and late payments. Credit report contains information regarding all the financial actions. If an individual … Continue reading “Essay: Credit reports”

  • Essay: Risk management for banks

    A risk-averse bank might choose (select) to fund its loans with a higher ratio of financial capital-to-deposits than a risk-neutral bank. Since financial capital is typically more expensive than deposits, … Continue reading “Essay: Risk management for banks”

  • Essay: Should Centcom or TTL Group LLC onsolidate Britel under GAAP

    To evaluate whether Centcom or TTL Group LLC should consolidate Britel under GAAP, we considered two conditions. First, Britel has to qualify as a Variable Interest Entity by either being … Continue reading “Essay: Should Centcom or TTL Group LLC onsolidate Britel under GAAP”

  • Essay: Comparison between US GAAP and IFRS

    Comparison between US GAAP and IFRS With reference to US GAAP versus IFRS ‘ The basics issued by Ernst & Young in November 2012, both US GAAP and IFRS rely … Continue reading “Essay: Comparison between US GAAP and IFRS”

  • Essay: Investors

    Introduction Various events like financial crisis of 2008 followed by a double dip recession, highly volatile equity markets, lower interest rates and dwindling bond markets (due to sovereign debt crisis), … Continue reading “Essay: Investors”

  • Essay: Islamic finance

    The evolution of Islamic finance now takes place in most of the countries, whether in Muslim countries or non-Muslim countries. Islamic finance institutions perform the same essential functions as financial … Continue reading “Essay: Islamic finance”

  • Essay: Monetary Policy – Rules or Discretion?

    In a economy recently plagued with housing market crashes and financial crisis, we can easily see the vital functions that a monetary policy has on anticipating and preventing instability in … Continue reading “Essay: Monetary Policy – Rules or Discretion?”

  • Essay: Microfinance and microcredit

    INTRODUCTION Microfinance in the past few decades has been projected as one of the most pertinent channels for poverty alleviation. This is particularly reflected in the self-congratulatory information dissemination that … Continue reading “Essay: Microfinance and microcredit”

  • Essay: Investments

    Investment can also be called as the sacrifice of a certain present value for the reward of an uncertain future. It contains making many numerous decisions such as type, mix, … Continue reading “Essay: Investments”

  • Essay: Literature review – factors influencing investor sentiment

    Sanjay Sehgal (2009) in his study has used economic factors like value, inflation, rate and liquidity to influence the capitalist sentiment and its relationship with the performance of the market. …

  • On the occasion of the Celebration of its 10th Anniversary and in line with its consumer education mandate, the FSC launched the Promoting Financial Literacy and Young Talent Competition on 01 December 2011. The objective of the Competition is to promote financial literacy and a better understanding of the financial services sector in Mauritius amongst Secondary and Tertiary Students. The YTC is now an annual competition for young Mauritians and an important part of the FSC's financial literacy programme through which the FSC aims to have a financially literate population capable of understanding the functioning of the financial services sector and how financial products and services are used on a daily basis.

    While the YTC aims at encouraging research in the field of financial services whereby the entries submitted are in the form of project works and research papers, it also allows students to submit entries in the form creative works that is video clips, slams, songs and brochures.

    The themes for the competitions were as follows:

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