Browsing Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management by Subject "Banks and banking"

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Browsing Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management by Subject "Banks and banking"

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  • van der Walt, Jan Vorster (2011-06-23)
    The way banks recover distressed debt has become an important subject locally as well as on international level. Dedicated conferences are held annually on the benefit derived by using methods other than liquidation to ...
  • Rugonye, George (2012-10-08)
    Banking markets in Africa are becoming increasingly international through financial liberalisation and general economic integration. It has become commonplace for companies to embark on world-wide expansion programmes in ...
  • Meyburgh, Marcelle (2011-07-14)
    The objective of this research was to investigate the IT-assisted HR transformation at a Retail Bank. The research firstly sought to determine the strategic imperatives driving the need to change and reposition the HR ...
  • Rwigema, Kirenga (2012-11-21)
    The South African banking indusry has fared exceptionally well in the face of the global recession compared to its international counterparts. Aside from the National Credit Act there are arguably other softer reasons to ...
  • Desaraj, Bhavesh Khosai (2013-10-10)
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  • Sekhothu, Nthabiseng Anastacia (2011-06-14)
    The purpose of this research was to determine barriers and enablers that influence banks in the extension of their services to rural areas in lesotho. The initiatives taken by the lesotho government and the Central Bank ...
  • Baloyi, Patrick Abel Shaniseka (2012-10-04)
    Mobile banking offers the banking industry an opportunity to reduce their cost-to-income ratios and to improve their service by reducing their focus on daily, lower-value banking functions to higher-value financial services. ...
  • Le Roux, Mitchell Thomas (2011-05-11)
    This study is concerned with identifying the relevant factors that currently influence the consumer usage of internet banking in South Africa. The study determines if there has been any change in the factor structure ...
  • Sankar, Dione (2011-06-10)
    Cell Phone Banking is a relatively new electronic banking channel which promised much in terms of servicing all banked customers, particularly those customer segments who don’t readily have access to the Internet. However, ...
  • Hadebe, Xolani (2011-04-18)
    This study investigates attitudes of banking customers in South Africa towards the adoption of Internet banking. A research framework based on the diffusion of innovation theory was used to identify factors that ...
  • Pillay, Dayanithi (2011-06-08)
    This study sets out to identify the criteria that multi-banked corporate customers operating in South Africa use to decide which bank to allocate each foreign exchange deal to. The foreign exchange market is highly ...
  • Maharaj, Anisa (2012-01-20)
    Affirmative Action remains one of the most highly sensitive and debated subjects in South Africa. It is, nevertheless, important that legislation be fully researched and constructively debated to bring about change to ...
  • Mpondo, Vuyokazi (2011-04-19)
    Individuals of varying ages and backgrounds encounter difficulties in managing their finances. This is visible through various races due to the income disparity that exists. The economic crisis that the world suffered ...
  • Lomax, Kevin (2011-05-12)
    Corporate banks in South Africa are undergoing a process of change in terms of how they manage their customer base. This is being driven by increasing competition, consolidation in the industry, increasingly onerous ...
  • Chikuruwo, Leon (2014-02-19)
    Central Banks across the world sometimes take up unconventional policy actions by embarking on Quasi-Fiscal Activities (QFAs) for social, economic or political obligations of government. These activities are fiscal in ...
  • Murray, Lizet (2011-05-30)
    Financial services integration, where a financial services organisation starts to offer products from another financial services sector, has proliferated since the 1980’s and this development is expected to continue into ...
  • Pillay, Allen Perumal (2012-11-21)
    The aim of the study was to determine the nature of the relationship between leadership style and engagement and to understand what the drivers of engagement may be. This was envisaged to assist in interventions that may ...
  • Thornton, Philip (2011-04-19)
    Internationally, mobile banking usage is growing, in South Africa the adoption of mobile banking has been slow. The research considers the perceived barriers users face when considering mobile banking, by using the Sarker ...
  • Stenekamp, Altus Geoffrey (2014-01-09)
    There are many studies that focus on customer satisfaction and possible switching in service industries (Keaveney, 1995; Levesque and McDougall, 1996; Mittal and Lassar, 1998). Thus, understanding what leads to customer ...
  • Warnick, Tracy (2011-06-24)
    The recent rise in the numbers of high net worth and high net income individuals and deregulation, globalisation and information access has driven the rapid growth in private banking in South Africa. Competition is fierce ...

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