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3.5. Conclusions to section 3

Conclusions to section 3

In modern circumstances, problems of strategic analysis, planning and managing return are updated for each banking institution. The profitability of assets and equity are indicators of the effectiveness of

the Bank and their assessment — a key element of the analytical process. Continue reading

3.5. Analysis of fixed deposits

3.5. Analysis of fixed deposits

The increase in the share of term deposits (although this is a more expensive resource) has a positive effect on the liquidity balance and the sustainability and reliability of the resource base.

Analysis of fixed deposits is carried out using the scorecard.

1. The turnover of Deposit investments. Continue reading

The origin and development of Buddhism

Buddhism is the oldest religion of world, region of which covers the Central, South and South-East Asia (Vietnam, India, China, Korea, Mongolia, Japan, etc.).

There are more than 400 million followers of Buddhism. Buddhism is based on the rich philosophical traditions of Indian culture. Often this religion is called religion without God, as it is the postulate of God the Creator. Continue reading

6.2. Personal business

A personal matter is a collection of papers containing detailed information about the worker and describe their biographical, business, personal qualities. It occupies the main place in the system of personal accounting employees. On the basis of documents that are grouped in it is the study, selection and use of personnel management. Continue reading

11.2. Features of global tourism industry and the main types of tourism in the world in the second half of the twentieth century

After the Second world war quickly developed a powerful tourist industry with all its institutions, the mass production of tourist services, a variety of methods of organization and management.

Continued development and improvement of the global transport system. At the end of the twentieth century. the most common form of tourist transport was the car (80 %) Continue reading