Enviroment

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1.1 Statement of the problem
Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) loan investment is the financial support Small and Medium sized enterprises and represents a major function of the general business financial market. BRAC Bank Limited was founded with the major objective of establishing develop economy for balanced economic growth by ensuring reduction of SME Investment Loan disparity and equitable distribution of income.
In view of the above, Branches of the bank have been encouraged to grant their loans in their respective areas and in particular for the economic enlistment of the loner people. A accordingly a scheme in the name and style of small and medium Enterprise (SME) loan scheme has been introduced to cater to the investment needs of the several sector to create opportunity for generation of employment and raising income of the several people with a view to alleviate poverty. Banking Industry is one of the most promising industries of our country. The importance of the sector revealed through its contribution in the economic growth of the country. This sector accelerates economic growth through mobilizing funds from surplus unit to the deficit unit. Banking Industry is moving towards rapid changes due to technological innovation and diversified needs of its customers.
Banks deal with the most important factor of the economy i.e. Money. It flows funds from surplus unit to deficit unit and through this it facilitated the efficient allocation of the resources as well as accelerated economic growth.
As the pace of globalization competition in banking sector is increasing very fast. Banks are becoming more customers oriented and offer High tech customized products to it’s target market to hold the market .Our central bank always keep monitoring banks…...

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