King Saud University
School of Business
Instructor: Heyam Al Mousa
MKT 301 Consumer Behavior Class 27223
Heyam Al Mousa, Lecturer
Room 201, 2nd Floor, Depa
Firms external environment
Factors beyond the control of the firm
Influence firms performances, choice of direction & action, organizational structure, internal processes
Three tier of Environmental factors
What does Investment Company do?
Acts as a bridge between investor and capital market.
Industry and Competitive
Analysis of Driving Forcesi. Identifying Driving Forces
Emergence of Mutual Fund and its Importance
3.1 What is Mutual fund?
Mutual Fund is an investment company that invests in various securities like shares,
debentures, bank fixed deposits, government securities and other categories of investment
The framework of rules and practices by which a board of directors ensures accountability, fairness, and
transparency in a company's relationship with its all stakeholders (financiers, customers, management, employees,
Formulation of a strategy for an organization starts with making the intended plan in advance,
based on assumptions about the future and how the organizations wish to respond i.e. proactive
However, the future may not respond as expected. Hence
Issues in Banking and
Finance: Rising NPA
Objectives of the Study
To know the concept of NPA
Causes of NPA
NPA arises due to a number of factors or
causes like:Speculation : Investi
CONCEPTS AND ISSUES OF MONEY LAUNDERING
2.1 Terminology Defined
Money Laundering-the process of transferring illegally obtained money to conceal its source; an act of
converting dirty (black) money into clean (white) money.
Anti-money Laundering/ Counter
Concepts of Money
Purpose of the Study
HR Issues in
The major issue related to HR in banking is turnover.
Job hopping by new talent poses the bigger challenge.
After joining one bank, a candidate may get a better offer,
so he/she decides to quit the fi
RISING Non-Performing Asset (NPA)
An asset becomes non-performing when the interest and or installment of principal is
delayed and not received before a stipulated time. In other words, an asset becomes nonperforming when it stops to generate i
An Act promulgated for the Prevention of Asset Laundering
Preamble: Whereas, it is expedient to prevent laundering of criminally earned
the Legislature-Parliament has enacted this Act.
Act No. 34 of the Year 2008 (2064)
Chapter - 1
Common Reasons For Failure In
1) Lack of funding
Poor strategic planning
Lack of expertise
Lack of products
Lack of quality service
Not understanding the competition
Starting a new business can be easy. However,
involves an ability to come up with
new and different viewpoints on a subject.
It involves breaking down and restructuring
our knowledge about the subject in order to
gain new insights into its nature.
However, any definition of c
risksinorderto make aprofit. Eg. starting of new
Entrepreneurial spirit is characterized byinnovation
1.1 Corporate Governance Defined:
There is no single definition of corporate governance accepted all around the world.
Many institutions and authors have defined corporate governance in different ways. Some
of the definitions are given below:
Types of business organizations
A. Private enterprises:-
These business organization are established by the private
businessman for economic activities. They are also managed
and controlled by
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DEFINED
Corporate governance refers to the
structures and processes for the direction
and control of companies.
Corporate governance involves a set of relationships
between a companys management,
Bad corporate governance: Major challenge facing
KATHMANDU, MAR 26
First it was Nepal Development Bank to go into liquidation process and then Samjhana Finance
Company followed suit. And recently, Gurkha Development Bank and United Develop
Nepal Share Markets and Finance Scam: NRB to conduct
KATHMANDU, MAY 10
With cases of financial embezzlement surfacing one after another, the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) has
decided to conduct an independent Due Digilence Audit (DDA) of Nepal
1. What is OM?
2. Organizing to produce goods and services
3. The supply chain
4. Why study OM?
5. What operations managers do?
6. The heritage of OM
7. Operations for goods and services
8. The productivity challenge
9. Current ch
(Affiliated to Pokhara University)
Nature of Course: Concentration
Credit Hours: 2
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MKT 664 Consumer Behavior
The objective of this course is to develop the s
an uncommon dialogue
Neale Donald Walsch
ALSO BY NEALE DONALD WALSCH
Conversations with God, Book 2
Conversations with God, Book 1 Guidebook
Meditations from Conversations with God, Book
Risk and Return problem
Hilt share is quoted at Rs. 60. An investor expects the company to pay a dividend of Rs. 5 per share, one year from
now. The expected price from now is Rs. 78.5.
(a) What is the rate of expected dividend yield, rate of capi
Sauji, do you have bulb?
Yes. Of what type? CFL, LED or normal?
CFL. What is LED?
LED is better than CFL. Consumes less energy and gives better light
then CFL, and have same warranty period.
Art of War -Sun Tzu
Mr. Narayan Pradhan
In the Partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of
Masters in Business Administration (MBA)