Banking and savings

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  • Having let users collect Web information in Semantic Web form and save it for themselves, we next consider how to enable them to share that information with one another. We again apply our philosophy of lightweight interactions in this matter. When the user explicitly publishes an item, its properties (the RDF subgraph starting at that item and stopping at non-bnodes) are sent to the Semantic Banks that the user has subscribed to.

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  • Branchless Banking (BB) represents a significantly cheaper alternative to conventional branch-based banking that allows financial institutions and other commercial actors to offer financial services outside traditional bank premises by using delivery channels like retail agents, mobile phones etc. BB can be used to substantially increase the financial services outreach to the un-banked communities. These guidelines are being issued as part of the broader strategy to create an enabling regulatory environment to promote branchless banking.

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  • For States that do not seek to operate a State-based Exchange or a Partnership with the Federally- facilitated Exchange, HHS will establish and operate a Federally-facilitated Exchange. In such instances, a State may elect to run reinsurance and may elect to coordinate with CMCS on decisions and protocols for either an eligibility assessment or eligibility determination model in the Federally- facilitated Exchange.

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  • Japan is one of many countries that is reconsidering the role of its postal savings system as it prepares for the financial realities of the 21st century.

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  • Another key element in this regard is the creation of attractive investment packages for potential buyers, possibly with government financial support. If the government does not have sufficient access to specialized knowledge for the effective restructuring and management of assets, taxpayers may be forced to cover disproportionately high losses, despite a purchase price that accurately reflects the underlying value of the illiquid assets.

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  • A bad bank plan can be implemented in a centralized or decentralized manner. Under a decentralized plan, each troubled bank is split into its own good and bad bank. Under a centralized plan, all distressed assets in the banking sector are deposited in a single bad bank. If one bad bank were established for each of the three main pillars of the German banking industry – i.e. for the credit unions, savings banks and private banks – this would also qualify as a centralized bad bank plan. Mixed solutions that combine private and public sector funding as well as centralized...

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  • Among technological options experimented to reach the unbanked and underbanked populations mostly in the rural areas are the satellite (mobile) branches, which allow to serve financially-excluded geographical areas where mainstream banks found it unprofitable to set up brick and mortar infra- structures. Savings banks in Uganda and Zimbabwe operate mobile banking units, which consist of vans equipped with information and communication technology touring remote communities on fixed dates to render banking services.

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  • In implementing its program, NBD serves potential borrowers on site in the targeted area. The methodology for implementing SME credit programs departs from the traditional lending structure in Egypt both in terms of targeted types of borrowers and amounts involved. Upon simple and thorough studies of potential and small borrowers, adequate uncollateralized loans with appropri- ate repayment schedules are disbursed to clients to fulfil their credit needs. NBD has been chosen as a model for the Middle East which relies on Microfinance best practice techniques.

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  • On the one hand, as we enter the earning stage of our lives, our human capital is often at its highest point. On the other hand, our financial wealth is usually at a low point. This is the time when we began to convert our human capital into financial capital by earning wages and saving some of these wages. Thus, we call this stage of our lives the “accumulation stage.” As our lives progress, we gradually use up the earning power of our human capital, but ideally, we are continually saving some of these earnings and investing them in the financial markets. As our savings continue and...

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  • Chapter 11 - The economics of financial intermediation. In this chapter, students will be able to understand: Financial institutions serve as intermediaries between savers and borrowers, so their assets and liabilities are primarily financial instruments, these institutions pool funds from people and firms who save and lend them to people and firms who need to borrow, intermediaries investigate the financial condition of the individuals and firms who want financing to figure out which have the best investment opportunities.

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  • The first-order effects of relaxed bank entry restrictions have been favorable, both within the U.S. and across countries. Internationally, the benefits of foreign entry seem to depend on the level of development, but at least for developing nations entrants are more efficient than incumbent banks and the stiffer competition seems to improve overall bank efficiency. In contrast to these first-order effects, the stability implications of increased entry are less obvious.

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  • As deregulation and liberalisation has led to the emergence of global financial markets, banks expanded their international operations and moved into multiple lines of financial business. They developed complex risk management strategies that have allowed them to price financial products and hedge their risk exposures in a manner that improves expected profits, but which may generate more risk and increase liquidity problems in certain circumstances.

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  • In the UK, the financial regulatory framework under the UK Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (FSMA) 10 requires banks and other authorised financial firms to establish internal systems of control, compliance, and reporting for senior management and other key personnel. Under FSMA, the Financial Services Authority (FSA) has the power to review and sanction banks and financial firms regarding the types of internal control and compliance systems they adopt.

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  • The legal framework regulating the activities of the savings banks had previously remained almost unchanged for 160 years.At the end of the twenti- eth century, however, the reforms of the years 1983, 1991 and 1999 changed it radically within a period of only 16 years and gave the savings bank group a fundamentally new character. Since the reform of 1999, 34 regional savings banks and a national bank of the savings banks have been responsible for running the banking business.

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  • Organizational form has important implications for economic behavior, performance, and business activities of financial firms (see, e.g., O’Hara 1981, Rasmusen 1988, and Fama and Jensen 1983). One unusual characteristic among financial intermediaries is the fact thatmutualand stock companies coexist (Amess 2002),whileoutsidethefinancialsector,stockfirmsdominateandmutualcompanies are relatively rare (Remmers 2003).

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  • BB Agents cannot be involved in marketing, sales of any other products of the bank (including but not limited to consumer banking products, liability products etc). One Agent can provide services to multiple banks provided he (the agent) has a separate service level agreement with each bank. Alternately, banks may organize their agent network using open architecture so that they may entertain other banks’ customers using infrastructure provided by one bank. Agents may not alter/change charges/fees structure provided by the bank in any way.

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  • Members of the diaspora residing abroad are able to apply for and obtain small transnational loans in their countries of origin from banks or microfinance lenders. Financial institutions issue transnational loans for business expansion, home improvement, home purchase, and education expenses, but have found mortgage lending to be most successful. By obtaining transnational loans, migrants living abroad are able to provide credit to family members back home.

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  • The headline regulatory ratios for the four major Australian banks are lower than for other countries (Figures 8 and 9). However, differences in regulatory rules relating to the calculation of required capital suggest that different jurisdictions’ capital ratios should be interpreted with caution. In particular, the risk weighted assets numbers are not directly comparable across countries.

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  • When ESG reviewed EMC’s server, storage, and data center efficiency efforts in 2009, it was clear that EMC had developed a practical blueprint for improving efficiency, effectiveness, and environmental sustainability through existing technologies and best practices. Among the keys to success we identified were a strategic vision, sound business planning processes, executive-level buy-in, and access to EMC’s own professional services engagements.

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  • In this chapter, students will be able to: Understand the role of cash management in the personal financial planning process; describe today’s financial services marketplace, both depository and nondepository financial institutions; select the checking, savings, electronic banking, and other bank services that meet your needs; open and use a checking account; calculate the interest earned on your money using compound interest and future value techniques; develop a savings strategy that incorporates a variety of savings plans.

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