Welcome to my presentation. Presented by MD.Hasibur Rahman major in Finance ID:B081718 Depertment of Business Administration IIUC-D haka campus. Presentation topic. “Modes of Investment of IBBL:an exploratory study on Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited ”. 1.1 Introduction: .
major in Finance
Depertment of Business Administration
“Modes of Investment of IBBL:an exploratory study on Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited ”
The study is performed based on the information extracted from different sources collected by using a specific methodology. This report is analytical in nature. The methodology is:
Data collection: Source of data of this report can be divided into two categories
Bai-Murabaha (Contract Sale on Profit)
Bai-Muazzal (Deferred Sale)
Bai-Salam (Advance payment)
Quarde-e-Hasana Term Deposit Recite
Mudaraba (Investment made by the entrepreneur)
Musharaka (Partnership based Investment)
It was a great experience to have learnt some important banking, finance, marketing functions that will help me in future. I could learn how to file the official documents accordingly and to keep track of those files. This helped me understand the importance of file management system of Islami Bank Bangladesh Ltd.
All activities are conducted on interest free system according to Islamishariah
Investment is made though different modes as per Islamishariah.
Extend socio economics and financial services to individuals of all economics backgrounds with strong commitment in rural uplift.
Lack of strong initially to explore investment opportunities through research and markets.
All employees are not expert of online banking system.
Some of the employers try to violate Islamishariah when they deal with investment.
Most of the employers and employees are not Business graduate/ Master. Security in bank is not standard.
Some Investment deal is very much slow. Islami bank lacks efficient manpower.
Countrywide branch network.
Expatriates faith & inclination towards Islamic Banking. Strong base of well-wishers.
General support of beneficiaries towards IBBL. Wider network of arrangement.
SWIFT arrangements with major Banks.
Motivated and experienced human resources.
Lack of proper automation. Shortage of manpower. Insufficient logistic support.
Concentration of remittance operation though a single location.
Non-offering special deposit & investment schemes for the expatriates.
New arrangement with some Exchange Houses.
Increase in skilled/ semi-skilled expatriates in various countries. On-line banking facilities.
Opening branches at the major remittance receiving localities. Enforcement of Anti Money Laundering Act.
Floating and attractive Exchange Rate.
Entering third generation banks to remittance business Unusual exchange rate offered by competitor. Aggressive marketing by some banks. Operation of New Islamic Banks/ Branch
This Figure shows the upward trends for IBBL, 28