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Business communication in banking sector

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  • 1. PRESENTED BY: IMRAN ASHRAF PRESENTED TO: SIR TAHIR ASHFAQ Business Communication and Banking Sector
  • 2. Business Communication
    • Business Communication is used to promote a product, service, or organization; relay information within the business; or deal with legal and similar issues. It is also a means of relying between a supply chain, for example the consumer and manufacturer.
  • 3. Business Communication
  • 4. Introduction of Bank
    • A bank is a financial intermediary that accepts deposits and channels those deposits into lending activities. Banks are a fundamental component of the financial system, and are also active players in financial markets.
  • 5. Function of Banking
    • Branch banking
    • Every bank consists of several branches through which banking is living Business sector.
      • e.g. Deposits, Foreign trade, Lockers.
    • Consumer banking
    • In which Savings accounts, consumer loans, credit cards, etc., and other such services provided to individuals is called consumer banking
      • e.g. Credit Cards, Auto loans, Home loans, Consumer durables.
    • Electronic Banking
    • is simply the use of electronic means to transfer funds directly from one account to another, rather than by check or cash
      • e.g. Telephone banking, ATMs, Online banking
  • 6. Function of Banking
    • Corporate banking
    • In which Financing, cash management, and other bank services custom-tailored for large firms .
      • e.g. Short/Long Term finance, Trade finance, Structured finance.
    • Treasury & Investment
    • In which two types of operation performed
      • Cash Operations: treasury cash accounting and monitoring, cash flow projections
      • Debt Operations: bond issues and accounting, debt service management, fiscal analysis
      • e.g. Money market, Forex market, Investments, Government securities, Correspondent banking.
  • 7. Common Cards use in Banking Sector
    • Platinum Card   It is accepted at nearly 29 million locations in more than 150 countries around the globe and at over 27,000 establishments in Pakistan.
    • Titanium MasterCard is your partner everywhere and is globally accepted and welcomed at locations displaying the MasterCard logo.
    • Gold / Classic   A perfect card combination for all segments of salaried & professional individuals.
    • Supplementary Cards card members can apply for supplementary cards for their sons, daughters house staff or anyone you like thus giving you complete freedom of choice.
  • 8. Business Communication and banking Sector
    • There are several methods of business communication, including:
    • Web-based communication - for better and improved communication, anytime anywhere ...
    • e-mails , which provide an instantaneous medium of written communication worldwide;
    • Reports - important in documenting the activities of any department;
    • Presentations - very popular method of communication in all types of organizations, usually involving audiovisual material, like copies of reports, or material prepared in Microsoft PowerPoint or Adobe Flash;
    • Telephoned meetings, which allow for long distance speech;
    • forum boards, which allow people to instantly post information at a centralized location; and
    • Face to Face Meeting which are personal and should be succeeded by a written follow-up.
  • 9.