Forign Exchange Operation

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Submitted By rajab
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TEJGAON COLLEGE, DHAKA
16, INDIRA ROAD, FARMGATE, DHAKA-1215.
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Term Paper
Title of The Topic
“Foreign exchange operation Brack bank ”







Submitted to


Fatema Hussain
Assistant Professor
Department of “Finance & Banking”








Submitted by
K. M. Rajab Ali.
Roll Number : 957 8150
Session:2009-2010



Chapter One

Title of the Report































Chapter Two

Introduction





Introduction
[pic] As a part of my under Graduation program, I have completed my internship in a renowned financial institution named South East Bank Limited. This internship report on South East Bank Limited, Narayanganj Branch is prepared to fulfill the partial requirement of the internship program, a full credit subject of the BBA program of the University.

Bank can be termed as iron cell of blood in a financial system of a country. In Bangladesh today financial sector is one of the most established areas in the macroeconomic sector. Banking is a pillar of economy that is guided by laws, rules, regulations and practices. The main objective of the banking industry is to collect deposits from the people and to invest that money in the form of loans and advances to businesses or other purposes. In our country Banking Company’s act 1991 remain operative to control and monitor the function of banks. Since the banking functions are commercial in nature, many laws from the negotiable instrument act to civil procedure code are essential in the day-to-day operations of the banks.

Generally a bank comprises of three departments- General Banking, Credit Department,…...

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