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FInance 320

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Ritsa Trama

on 1 May 2010

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Transcript of FInance 320

OUTLINE 1. Introduction to the
banking system. 2. Conventional Banking
-- What is it? 3. Differences between Conventional and Islamic Banking. 4. Careers in
Conventional Banking. OVERVIEW Banks: Financial Institutions which
transfer funds from
lenders to borrowers. Two major systems of banking:
Conventional Banking
BANKING SYSTEMS Conventional Banking: a system which
aims to generate profits from the
difference in interest rates Conventional Banking: a system which
derives its profits from the difference
between interest rates they pay to
depositors and the rate they lend to companies. CONVENTIONAL vs. ISLAMIC BANKING Conventional Banking

Based on manmade principles.
Elimination of risk.
Do not bear liability.
Penalizes defaulters.
Islamic Banking

Based on the principles of Islamic Shariah.
Bearing the risk of a transaction.
Bear all the liability.
No provision to charge.
CAREERS Bank Tellers
Cashing Checks
Accepting Deposits
Loan Repayments
Processing Withdrawals

Financial Managers
Create business plans and forecasts
Evaluate existing processes and new business proposals.
Direct bank branches and departments
Resolve customer problems
Ensure standards of service are maintained
Administer institution operations and investments Bill and Account Managers:
Collect payments from overdue loans. Loan Officers
Approval of commercial, real estate, or credit loans.
Advise borrowers on financial status and methods of payments.
Financial Customer Representatives
Promote their financial institution's products and services
Keep records of transactions
open and close accounts
Recieve and pay out money Bookeeping, accounting and auditing clerks
Involved into computing, classifying, and recording numerical data to keep financial records complete.
Routine calculating, posting, and verifying duties.
Credit Analysts
evaluate business and consumer loan applications made to your bank.
Project a company's future cash flow.
Evaluate current financial soundness.
Visitand interact with financial people at businesses and deal with lenders.

Trust Officers
Involved in delivering trust services, financial products and advice
Needs knowledge of business, investing, estate planning, taxes, and probate law
Involves a lot of counseling. Mortgage Bankers
Makes mortgage loans to homebuyers and businesses.
Involves heavy contact with real estate professionals
Deals with new buyers Thanks for Listening...

ANY QUESTIONS ? :D Thanks For Listening.....

ANY QUESTIONS? :D Thanks for Listening....

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