Retail Banking

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The objective of this study is to have practical knowledge on the Retail Banking services provided by the Private Conventional Banks and the Islamic banks in Bangladesh. Today, banks realize the importance of Retail Banking and its potential to help them acquire new customers, retain existing ones and maximize their lifetime value. this report provides an overall view of Retail Banking services in Bangladesh. the services provided by Private Conventional Banks and the Islamic banks are mentioned. Followed by are the products that are being used to provide these services. A trend of the retail banking services is done in the analysis part of this report. The Islamic banking concept is being adopted by some of the Private Commercial Banks to generate better understanding of the customer for product development, segmentation, appropriate targeting, campaign management and maintenance of long term profitable and mutually beneficial relationships with customers. The concept of Islamic Banking has been implemented on a vast scale.

To meet the objective of the report a trend analysis of the retail deposit indicators,retail deposits and loans and advances is done in the fifth part of the report. there growth is also shown with line graphs. A comparison is also made between the PCB's retail banking services and that of IB's. In part six findings are listed and some recommendations are also made accordingly.

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Sl No | Topic | Page No. | 1.0 | Introduction1.1 Objective of the report1.2 Methodology1.3 Limitations of the study | 7-9889 | 2.0 | Literature Review | 10-12 | 3.0 | History of Banking 3.1 Introduction to Islamic Banking 3.2 History of conventional Banking in Bangladesh3.3 Islamic Banking In Bangladesh:3.4 Challenges Faced by Islamic Bank: | 13-2013161919 | 4.0 | Retail Banking4.1 Services Relating to Retail Banking…...

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