Prime Textile Bangladesh Ltd

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    Prime Bank

    indirectly are within the field of banking whether conventional or Islamic banking although Islamic bank is not a newer concept in Bangladesh as it has started its operation since 1983, very few people are aware about its operation But things are changing . Islamic Banking is also getting popularity in the country. 1.2 Rationality of the study: Economy of Bangladesh is in the group of world’s most underdeveloped economies. One of the reasons behind this may be its underdeveloped banking system

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    Prime Bank

    sincere support. Executive Summary Prime Bank has started its journey from 17th April 1995. It was formed by a group of highly successful local entrepreneurs who had an idea of floating a commercial bank with different outlook The sponsors of Prime Bank are reputed personalities in the field of trade and commerce and their stake ranges from shipping to textile and finance to energy etc. As a fully licensed commercial bank, Prime Bank is being managed by a highly professional and dedicated

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    Performance Appraisal of Beximco Textiles Ltd.

    Performance Appraisal of Beximco Textiles Ltd. Submitted to Ms. Parvin Agaz Course Teacher Manpower Planning & Personnel Policy University of Development Alternative (UODA) Submitted by : Arefur Rahman ID – 9MBA 050175 Sk.Md Jahirul Islam ID – 9MBA 050178 Shifunnessa ID – 9MBA 050200

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    Marcantile Bank Ltd, Bangladesh

    Company profile Akij Food and Beverage Ltd. “Brings Quality in Life”. 1. History: Akij Food & Beverage Ltd. (AFBL) a unit of Akij Group started its operation in the year 2006. AFBL manufactures a wide range of Snacks and Beverage for both National & International market alike. AFBL is a project worth $ 70 million& is funded by the parental company Akij Group. AFBL started its production at 400 bph in the carbonated soft drinks line and 300 bph in the juice line. In a span of one and a half years

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    Term Paper on Prime Bank

    Analysis of Prime Bank overall performance from strategical point of view Letter of Transmittal Date: 15-04-2013 To Leo V Dewri, Lecturer Department of Business Administration, East West University Aftab Nagor, Jahirul Islam Avenue, Dhaka 1212. Subject: Submission of a term paper on “Analysis of Prime Bank overall performance from strategical point of view”. Dear Sir, We, the students of Strategic Management (MGT-480), would like to

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    Froeign Exchange Performance Analysis of Islami Bank Bangladesh Ltd.

    Foreign Exchange Performance Analysis of Islamic Bank Bangladesh Ltd. A Report On Foreign Exchange Performance Analysis of Islamic Bank Bangladesh Ltd. Prepared For: The Chairman Fourth Year Examination Committee 2013 Prepared By Md. Wasiul Islam Exam ID: 100214 BBA Program, Session: 2009-10 Dept. of Finance & Banking Jahangirnagar University Savar, Dhaka – 1342 October 10, 2013 October 10, 2013 The Chairman Exam Committee Fourth Year Exam Committee 2013 Department

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    Textile Sector

    New textile policy brings in Rs 3,800 cr investment The Hindu Business Line: October 22, 2012 Mumbai: The textile sector is on the upswing in Maharashtra due to the new textile policy. Since April, the State has managed to attract Rs 3,834 crore in investments in 411 new textile projects, said State Textile Minister Arif Naseem Khan on Monday. Addressing the media after reviewing the process of policy implementation, Khan said that the new projects would provide about 30,000 jobs in the

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    Current State of Textile Industries in Bangladesh

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    A Study on Investment Management Activities of Islami Bank Bangladesh Ltd

    ACTIVITIES OF ISLAMI BANK BANGLADESH LIMITED PREFACE Bank is a part and parcel of the modern economy of any country. Like any other countries in the world banks play the most crucial role not in the economic but also the social, political environment in Bangladesh. Even it is wise to say that the financial sector of Bangladesh is solely dominated by the banking sector, because the non bank financial sector of Bangladesh is yet to develop to desired

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    Comprehensive Ratio Analysis on Prime Bank Limited

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    Bangladesh Textile Sector: 2013 Political Affect

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    “Formulate Competitive Strategy of Emerging Organization – a Study on Rahim Textile Ltd.”

    CHAPTER – ONE Introduction 1. (A) Overview of the Garments Industry The readymade garments (RMG) industry of Bangladesh is the fastest growing export oriented industry of the country. Starting in late seventies, the ready made garment industry of Bangladesh now accounts for over 64% of the country's total export earning. A close look at the composition of RMG export of Bangladesh over the last two decades reveals that the woven garments sub-sector constituted the lion's share. In fact, the beginning

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    Sec of Bangladesh

    1. ORIGIN OF THE REPORT This assignment is originated as the course requirement of FIN 335, which is termed to be a major course for the B.B.A program. As this assignment is based on Security Exchange Commission of Bangladesh, so we have to work with limited time. We were assigned the assignment on “Security Exchange Commission” around 30 days ago, and we went around looking for its source of existence and also searched the internet to get enough updated knowledge. 1. OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY

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    Textile

    http://www.bangladeshaccord.org/bangladesh/ The southern Asian country of Bangladesh, bordered by India and Burma, has a population of approximately 164 million people[1]. The Bangladesh economy has grown an average of six percent a year over the last two decades and has a population increasing by an average of 1.59% a year[2]. This manufacturing industry accounted for almost 12% of Bangladeshi GDP in 2009 and 2010[3] and employs approximately four million people[4]. The export-oriented Bangladeshi

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    Overall Banking Activities of Exim Bank Ltd., Bangladesh

    Bank of Bangladesh Limited” PREPARED FOR Shah Md. Abdul Bari Sr. Vice President Human Resources Division [pic] PREPARED BY Md. Mahmud Hossain Khan ID No. MBA 03007833 [pic] Submission Date – Letter of Transmittal Date: To Ms. Farhana Diba Lecturer Department of Business Administration Stamford University, Bangladesh Subject: Submission of Internship

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    Annual Report of Pakistan Textile Process Mill

    perusal and ready reference: (ZAHIR IQBAL KHAWJA) Secretary APTPMA Head Office ******** ANNUAL ELECTIONS 2007-08 (Press Release Dated 01st January 2008): As per press release dated 01st January 2008, the Central Body elections of All Pakistan Textile Processing Mills Association (APTPMA) were announced by Mian Aftab Ahmed on behalf of Mian Shabbir Ahmed, Returning Officer for APTPMA Elections 200708. The elections were conducted as per directions and orders of the Director General Trade Organizations

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    Securities and Exchange Commission of Bangladesh

    Securities and Exchange Commission Bangladesh CHAIRMAN’S STATEMENT The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was established on June 8, 1993 under the Securities and Exchange Commission Act 1993 (Act 15 of 1993) as a capital market regulator with a view to ensuring proper issuance of securities, protection of the interest of investors in securities, development of the capital and securities markets, and regulation of the capital and securities markets in Bangladesh. The Commission consists of a

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    Indian Textiles

    Government of India Ministry of Textiles (International Trade Section) *** Sub: Note on Textiles & Clothing Exports of India. 1. Introduction India’s textiles and clothing industry is one of the mainstays of the national economy. It is also one of the largest contributing sectors of India’s exports worldwide. The report of the Working Group constituted by the Planning Commission on boosting India’s manufacturing exports

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    “Present Market Condition of Beximco Textile Limited”

    Background of the report: Bextex Ltd. (the "Company") was incorporated in Bangladesh as a Public Limited Company with limited liability on 8 March 1994 and commenced commercial operation in 1995 and also went into the public issue of shares and debentures in the same year. The shares of the Company are listed in the Dhaka and Chittagong Stock Exchanges of Bangladesh. Bextex Ltd. is the most modern composite mill in the region. Bextex Ltd. has an installed capacity of 288 high-speed air-jet

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    Internship Report on Prime Bank

    INTERNSHIP REPORT ON ELECTRONIC BANKING AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION INTERNSHIP REPORT ON PRIME BANK LIMITES: ELECTRONIC BANKING AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION PREPARED FOR, MD. KAIUM HOSSAIN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR SCHOOL OF BUSINESS PREPARED BY, MD.ASIBUR RAHMAN ID: 111081173 SCHOOL OF BUSINESS UNITED INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY Letter of Transmittal May 12th, 2013 To Md.Kaium Hossain Assistant Professor School of Business United International University Sub: Submission of Internship

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    The Rise of Bangladesh Textile Trade

    MBA 727 Bangladesh – Case 3 Kimberly Huff Description of Company Bangladesh is one of the world’s most densely populated countries, with its people crammed into a delta of rivers that empties in the Bay of Bengal (BBC News Asia, 2013). In the country of Bangladesh poverty is a well known issue and research states that almost fifty percent of the population lives on less than one dollar a day (BBC News Asia, 2013). Agriculture is the country major source for employment. However, jobs are still

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    Bangladesh

    Now-a-days banks are not confined to these functions solely. Other functions of commercial banks are- * Securities underwriting * Asset management * Foreign exchange trading * Commission based services etc. COMMERCIAL BANKS IN BANGLADESH After the independence there were six commercial banks that were merged and grouped in the country. Now there are 48 scheduled banks operating in the country. These are categorized as * 04- State owned commercial banks (SCB) * 05- Specialized

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    Marcantile Bank Ltd, Bangladesh

    MERCANTILE BANK LTD Snapshot of MERCANTILE BANK LTD (MERBNK) OPEN$406.00 | | PREVIOUS CLOSE$405.00 | DAY HIGH$407.75 | | DAY LOW$403.00 | 52 WEEK HIGH02/7/10 - $490.98 | | 52 WEEK LOW09/3/09 - $222.95 | MARKET CAP-- | | AVERAGE VOLUME 10 D394.8K | EPS TTM-- | | SHARES OUTSTANDING0.0 | MERBNK Does Not Pay Dividends | | P/E TTM-- | K = Thousands  M = Millions  B = Billions | MERBNK:BD Historical Stock Quote MERBNK:BD Advanced Stock Chart MERBNK Details Mercantile Bank

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    Reqruitement and Selection Process in Uniliver Bangladesh Ltd

    Recruitment and Selection Process in Unilever Bangladesh LTD Executive Summary Unilever Limited is one of the largest multinational business firm in the world. Over the last four decades, Unilever Bangladesh has been constantly bringing new and world-class products for the Bangladeshi people to remove the daily drudgery of life. Over 90% of the country’s households use one or more of our products. It provides sixteen verities brands and try to mitigate all types of human demand by introducing with

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    Strategy Analysis of Huawei Technologies Bangladesh Ltd

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    Investment Climate in Bangladesh

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    Bangladesh Textile Industry

    Bangladesh economy is based mainly on the textile industry. As we all know that Bangladesh is the second largest Textile industry in the world after China. Even though Bangladesh comes under the least developed nation it has some comparative advantage which makes Bangladesh the second largest exporter in Textile. One of the most important comparative advantage is the low cost labour. In garments factories women are the main reason for low cost labour “In 2004, there were 3480 factories that employed

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    Financial Statements Analysis Between Heidelbergcement Bangladesh Ltd & Lafarge Surma

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    Privatization in Bangladesh

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    Hr Practice of Unilever Bangladesh Ltd.

    HR Practices of Unilever Bangladesh  Recruitment and selection  Training and development  Performance management  Labor relation  Employee relation  Incentives and bonus 3.4 Recruitment and Selection Process Recruiting is the process of searching the potential job candidates in order to fill up the vacant position of the organization and selection is the process of choosing the best candidate among the available candidates. The candidates who are successfully perform

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    Corporate Social and Environmental Disclosure in Developing Countries: Evidence from Bangladesh

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    Hr Pratics in Islami Bank Bangladesh Ltd.

    Islami Bank Bangladesh Ltd. (IBBL). Islami Bank Bangladesh Ltd. Is the pioneer of Islamic banking in Bangladesh. And IBBL is joint venture public limited company engaged in commercial banking business based on Islamic shari’ah with 58.68% foreign shareholding having largest branch network among their private sector banks in Bangladesh. It became incorporated on March 13, 1983. Its Head office at Islami Bank Tower, 40 Dilkusha commercial area (9th floor), Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh, GPO Box No.233

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    Bangladesh Economy Is Based Mainly on the Textile Industry. as We All Know That Bangladesh Is the Second Largest Textile Industry in the World After China. Even Though Bangladesh Comes Under the Least Developed Nation

    Case Analysis and Term PaperCase 4Chapter 5Topic 4 | Bangladesh’s Textile Trade Bangladesh, one of the world’s poorest countries, has long depended heavily upon exports of textile products to generate income, employment, and economic growth. Most of these exports are low-cost finished garments sold to mass-market retailers in the West, such as Wal-Mart. For decades, Bangladesh was able to take advantage of a quota system for textile exports that gave it, and other poor countries, preferential access

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    The Management of Prime Bank Ltd

    Government of Bangladesh agreed to permit the private commercial banking in the country. To fulfil the demand as well as to improve the commercial banking service in our country, The Prime Bank Limited is scheduled bank that was incorporated under the Companies Act 1994, started its operation on April 17, 1995 with a target to play the vital role on the socio-economic development of the country. It availed its registration as a banking company under the Banking Company Act 1993 from the Bangladesh Bank

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    Textiles

    The CEO of Terrapin Textiles Ltd. was impressed by Janet W., an enthusiastic MBA graduate with creative ideas. He was not concerned by her lack of management experience and entrusted her to represent him and make major decisions in his absence. Other senior managers and employees observed unethical and questionable behavior from Janet. She appeared to limit communication between them and the CEO, was manipulative, and had little interest in the business. The victims of Janet’s behavior found

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    Prime Bank

    Credit Risk Management of Prime Bank Limited University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh Internship Report Credit Risk Management of Prime Bank Limited Submitted to Sumaiya Zaman Senior Lecturer ULAB School of Business Submitted by Sadia Ferdous ID # 092011014 Date of submission 21 August 2013 Acknowledgements I would like to thank my supervisor, Sumaiya Zaman, Senior Lecturer, ULAB, for her guidance and feedback during this internship, without which I would have been unable

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    Square Textile

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    Square Textiles

    the most renounced pharmaceutical companies in Bangladesh. This group inaugurated their journey through Square firm in 1958. This is the first medicine exporting firm in the country. It’s contributing to the national economy by exporting medicine from 1987 to till now. Square group is no longer confined to medicine production. They have diversified their activities. In 1988 they established Square Toiletries. In 1997 they established Square Textiles. In 2000 Square spinning started exporting by

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    Intership Paper on Prime Bank Bangladesh

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    A Study on Pharmaceutical Industry of Bangladesh from the Perspective of Corporate Finance ( Company Under Research: Beximco Pharmaceuticals Ltd & Square Pharmaceuticals Ltd)

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    Beximco Ltd

    that was assigned by the Department of Business Administration of Dhaka city College on June,2011.we are highly grateful for providing us such an opportunity to study & submit the report. This report helps us to know about the service sector in Bangladesh and the various problems and potentiality of this sector. Through this process we have tried to obtain a clear knowledge and accurate information about the pharmaceutical industry. We hope that it will help us to build up Business Leader in future

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    Prime Bank and Sme

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    Prime Bank Limited

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    Foreign Exchange Activities of Exim Bank of Bangladesh Ltd.

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    Bangladesh

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    Ulc Leasing Company of Bangladesh

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    Bangladesh

    1.1 Bangladesh Status General Status (a) GEOGRAPHY & CLIMATE Official Name : Capital : The People’s Republic of Bangladesh. Dhaka Geographical Location : North-Eastern part of South Asia situated in-between 20° 34’ & 26° 38’ – North Latitude and 88° 01’ & 92° 41’ – East Longitude. International Boundaries: North – India (West Bengal & Meghalaya ) West – India (West Bengal) East – India (Tripura & Assam) and Myanmar South – Bay of Bengal Area Standard Time :

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    Cotton and Bangladesh

    citizens, Bangladesh. Despite these problems, Bangladesh’s sustained economic growth becomes all the more impressive. Over the past five years, Bangladesh has enjoyed an average real GDP growth of six percent. It is mostly because of the labor-intensive industries; in particular textiles and garments have fueled growth as Bangladesh’s tremendous reserves of cheap, considerably-skilled labor have attracted foreign investment. Bangladesh is now actually a very important hub of the world’s textiles market

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    Corporate Governance Practice of British American Tobacco, Bangladesh Ltd

    DHAKA CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRACTICE OF BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO, BANGLADESH LTD. JULY’ 2012 NAHID RIJWAN ID# 3-09-17-033 University of Dhaka Department of Management Studies MBA (Evening Program) Summer, 2012 Term Paper Course Title Course code Corporate Governance & Diplomacy EM 557 Course Teacher Md. Mesbah Uddin Topic Term Paper: Corporate Governance Practice of British American Tobacco, Bangladesh Ltd. 29- 07- 2012 Date Submitted by Name Nahid Rijwan Roll 3-09-17-033

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