Browsing MBA & MM Theses by Subject "Banks and banking"

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Browsing MBA & MM Theses by Subject "Banks and banking"

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  • van der Walt, Petrus Stefanus (2011-10-20)
    The South African banking sector is characterised as being highly competitive and has adopted several management accounting techniques to assist in setting the direction for the sector. As a consequence, activity-based ...
  • Naidoo, Drushen (2014-02-17)
    The relationship between customers and their banks is becoming more dynamic (Ernst and Young, 2012). Customers are seeking greater control in their banking relationship. They are switching banks, changing their behaviours ...
  • Moganwa, Jan (2012-01-20)
    This study looked at factors that determine bank switching behaviour among employed graduates, and their propensity to tell the bank and/or other people about the switching incident. Data was collected using a structured ...
  • Gappoo, Jennisha (2011-04-12)
    Increasing pressure is being placed on South African business to understand and leverage their diverse workforce and to rectify past racial inequalities. . The signing of the Financial Charter (2003) and the enactment of ...
  • Ntsimane, Mpho (2014-01-21)
    Online and mobile banking are both channels with potential to make banking accessible to the majority of people, and in particular in South Africa where there is a high uptake of mobile communication usage. Yet the ...
  • Chen, Zhanqing (2012-12-04)
    Policy makers and regulators have been concerned with the issue of how efficiently banks transform their various inputs into multiple financial products, because efficiency in the banking sector is considered a precondition ...
  • Surtee, Taariq (2012-01-19)
    Islam, one of the major religions in the world, forbids the use of interest as a wealth generation mechanism. Instead, Islam promotes the idea of trade where wealth is created via profit or for services rendered. As a ...
  • van der Leij, Sybren (2011-10-20)
    The purpose of this research was to determine whether electronic purse (e-purse) schemes could be positioned as alternatives to existing payment methods for low value transactions. The focus was on low value transactions ...
  • van der Merwe, Carol-Ann (2011-10-20)
    Appropriately segmented target markets guide effective business strategies. Most South African private banks use wealth to segment clients, for example, into high net worth and high income markets. This ignores the ...
  • Murdoch, Jefferson (2012-12-04)
    Understanding the preference criteria of potential corporate clients when choosing transactional banking services is essential for corporate banks. In knowing what is significantly important to clients and equally knowing ...
  • Ramodibe, Palesa Tebogo (2014-01-21)
    Instead of trying to justify CSR by demonstrating the profits associated with CSR or the social necessity of CSR, there is also a need for studies that explain how institutions, such as banks, respond to an increasing ...
  • Siyaka, Nokuthula (2011-06-15)
    The purpose of this study is to analyse the cost and profit efficiency of banks in South Africa. The cost-to-income ratio has always been used in the South African banking sector in measuring efficiency. However this ...
  • Lightfoot, Neil (2011-05-12)
    Automated credit application scoring is integral to lending money. For banks credit application scoring provides a mechanism for managing risk and hence profit: for borrowers it means immediate access to goods and services ...
  • Owusu, Kwadwo Nini (2011-06-07)
    The rapidly changing competitive banking industry throughout the world has forced banks to place increasing emphasis on establishing and maintaining relationships with their major customers. This research provides insight ...
  • Govender, Krisen (2011-04-13)
    The South African banking landscape has been characterized by changes since the late 1990’s. Within this environment this priority banking arena has also become highly competitive and this is driven by a limited n umber ...
  • Mudau, Abel (2011-05-30)
    Regulatory, structural and technological factors have significantly changed the credit card environment throughout the world during the past two decades. Increased competition in the credit cards market and the arrival of ...
  • Urquhart, Robert (2011-10-20)
    The banking sector in South Africa is grappling with an imperative to transform of which one of the most significant issues is that of providing banking products and services to a market segment that has historically been ...
  • Gunpath, Emil (2011-04-13)
    The banking industry is prone to fraud committed by employees. According to South African banking trade union, SASBO, employee fraud includes misap-propriating deposits; colluding with external criminals; misusing own bank ...
  • McNaughton, Mary -Jane (2011-07-14)
    The expansion of foreign-owned banks into South Africa portrays similar characteristics to those of foreign bank entry into other emerging economies of the world. The literature on the determinants of entry and implications ...
  • Munsamy, Herman (2011-07-14)
    There are many studies that highlight the significant benefits of building long-term relationships with customers (Reichheld & Sasser, 1990; Dick & Basu, 1994 and Clayton-Smith, 1996). Hence, understanding the reasons why ...

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