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Prior to Uganda's independence in 1962, government-owned institutions dominated most banking in Uganda. In 1966 the Bank of Uganda (BoU), which controlled the issue of currency and managed foreign... More > exchange reserves, became the central bank and national banking regulator. Uganda Commercial Bank, which had fifty branches throughout the country, dominated commercial banking and was wholly owned by the government. The Uganda Development Bank was a state-owned development finance institution, which channeled loans from international sources into Ugandan enterprises and administered most of the development loans made to Uganda.The East African Development Bank (EADB), established in 1967 was jointly owned by Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania. It was also concerned with development finance. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banking_in_Uganda Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
The Richard Bankes Generations
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Banking In Introduction
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This book presents an introduction to private sector banking (as opposed to central banking). Banks are at the very centre of the financial system. They act as intermediaries between all the four... More > sectors of the economy) and all other financial intermediaries. They are also at the very centre of the money market, the market for short-term debt and deposits, marketable and non-marketable, and the interbank markets. They also create the all-important payments system. The banks are unique in that they are able to create new money (by new bank lending), and this is so because money is whatever is generally accepted as the means of payments / medium of exchange: bank deposits (notes and coins make up a minor part of the money stock). Because of this, and other reasons (moral hazard, for example) banks are also inherently unstable, and require robust regulation and supervision. Also because of this, banks are the target of monetary policy implementation.< Less
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Modern Banking focuses on the theory and practice of banking, and its prospects in the new millennium. The book is written for courses in banking and finance at Masters, MBA or advanced undergraduate... More > level. Bank practitioners who wish to deepen and broaden their understanding of banking issues may also be attracted to this book. While they often have exceptional detailed knowledge of the areas they have worked in, busy bankers may be all too unaware of the key broader issues and lack perspective. Consider the fundamental question: what is unique about a bank? What differentiates it from other financial institutions? Answering these questions begins to show how banks should evolve and adapt – or fail. If bankers know the underlying reasons for why profitable banks exist, it will help them to devise strategies for sustained growth.< Less
The World Bank
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GENERAL READING BOOKLET : Many small nations in South America, Africa, and Asia can be forced to invest in major engineering projects. They can also be forced to allot contracts to American... More > companies. The World Bank will then offer to fund the project with generous loans. However, the quantum of loan repayment will be well beyond the economic capacity of a third world economy. Eventually the nations are driven into debt. A nation weakened by debt can be politically manipulated by the White House administration. Find out how the World Bank goes about funding projects in third world countries !< Less
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Ovington’s Bank by Stanley J. Weyman has 42 chapters. This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format. We... More > believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections, have elected to bring it back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process, and hope you enjoy this valuable book.< Less
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Banking online can be convenient, economical and safe.. Learn How You Can Enjoy The Benefits of Online Banking! Banking online has grown increasingly popular as consumers discover the benefits and... More > convenience of online banking. As great as online banking is, much like any other business online banking is susceptible to fraudulent activity. Scammers can be found in most any business and the internet is no exception. Here are some of the concerns consumer have about banking online. Privacy Concerns Identity Theft Is the Bank Legitimate Fraudulent Transactions Afraid of Forgetting Access Codes All of these things are valid concerns, however there are ways you can protect yourself, and the truth is most of these things can be a problem with a traditional bank as well. We've put together this handy little guide to show you how online banking works and how you can deal with the potential problems as well, so you can start enjoying the benefits of online banking!< Less
Murder in The Bank
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Rise and fall of a stock market wizard.
Bank in the Balance
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BANK IN THE BALANCE THOMAS FARROW A PERSONAL AND BANKING TRAGEDY Bank in the Balance tells the story of Thomas Farrow, Victorian campaigner, writer, newspaper editor and businessman, who achieved... More > national recognition for his public campaign to curb and control the activities of moneylenders at the end of the nineteenth century. He wrote many books on the subject, and founded a banking empire in 1907, which crashed spectacularly in 1920. His arrest and trial were headline news for months. The book begins with his humble origins in Norfolk, and employment with WH Smith, then Leader of the House of Commons. He campaigned with M.P. Robert Yerburgh to promote and establish cooperative banks in urban and rural areas, and exploited the power of advertising throughout his career. The author draws on many family and personal sources to chart his rise and fall, and describes the devastating consequences of his scandalous fall from public hero to disgraced outcast.< Less
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