Hsbc Bank Report

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AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY-BANGLADESH

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Prepared For ERFAN HAQUE Faculty of Business school AMERICAN INTENATIONAL UNIVERSITY-BANGLADESH Prepared By * RABBI, MD. FAZLAY 12-20952-1 * RABI, OBAIDUL ISLAM 12-20984-1 * RINKY, ROZINA AKTER 12-20929-1 * HABIBA UMMA 12-20930-1 * CHOWDHURY, MD. RIASAT IMTIAZ 12-20934-1 * SHAWON, SHAHRAJ HOSSAIN 12-20950-1

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. History 2. Cascade Approach 3. Mission & Vision 4. Different Objectives 5. Human Resource Planning 6. Marketing Mix 7. Training 8. Remuneration/Benefits 9. Privacy & Security System 10. Loans 11. Types Of Banking 12. Conclusion

History
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited is a prominent bank established and based in Hong Kong since 1865 when Hong Kong was a colony of the British Empire. It is the founding member of the HSBC Group and since 1990 is now a wholly owned subsidiary of HSBC Holdings plc. The company's business ranges from the traditional High Street roles of personal finance and commercial banking, to corporate and investment banking, private banking and global banking. It is the largest bank in Hong Kong with branches and offices throughout the Asia Pacific region including other countries around the world.
HSBC started operations in Bangladesh in 1996. The bank primarily focuses on urban areas and has branches in most areas of the capital city of Dhaka, it also has branches in the cities of Chittagong and Sylhet.
In Bangladesh the bank has network of 13 offices, 38 ATMs, 9 Customer Service Centers, an offshore banking unit, and offices in 7 EPZs. It has 1051 employees. (2010)

Cascade Approach
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