Investment risk management of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited
AuthorHasan, Md. Moeid
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Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited started its commercial operation on March 30, 1983 under the ambit of Banking Company Ordinance-1962 later on the Banking Company Act-1991 as the first interest free Shariah based commercial bank with an objective of catering Islamic Shariah based financial products. At present IBBL is operating with 276 branches in different areas of the country. The main objective of this report is to analyze and focus on the overall investment risk management operations of IBBL. This report gives an idea about investment and investment risk management of IBBL.I used trend analysis, ratio analysis and comparative analysis to describe the investment risk management of IBBL. So, the report will be descriptive in nature. I discussed with the officials and executives of the IBBL, Mohakhali Branch and found the approximate data which has been used in this report.I have also collected secondary data from the annual reports and business development conference reports of IBBL, CRM by Bangladesh Bank, IBBL’s website, annual reports of AIBL, SIBL, EXIMBBL, FSIBL, SJIBL, ICBIBL, synopsis and training materials provided by the IBTRA.To analyze and present the numerical data and values I have used column chart, bar chart, line chart, pie chart, and the formula has generated and used in Microsoft Excel.To start with the investment trend and different investment and investment risk related ratios of the bank reveals that IBBL has proven to be quite mature and financial strength over the past five years. I also compare this bank year-wise and with other Islamic PCBs and national level as a whole.Here, all sorts of analysis have been executed, in order to analyze how efficient, liquid, secure and desirable the bank is in terms of its finance. I prefer it to work with audited data rather than unaudited one. Thus it gives a better insight about the change incurred in the each situation. Finally I have shown some findings from the qualitative and quantitative analysis of IBBL. I have found that the IBBL’s investment management policies are effectively shaped with all rules and regulations of the Bangladesh Bank and the Islamic Shariah.The Investment Risk Assessing and Granting Policies of IBBL are prepared by following the manual of Bangladesh Bank. Then I concluded my report saying The bank should always be aware, ready to respond quickly against competitors' actions as well as different economic conditions, bring new and innovative investment products and services, utilize advanced technical and technological means to be quickest and errorless, arrange various investment risk related training and workshop for the employees regularly etc. in order to keep their leading position among the Islamic banks of the country as well as the banking industry of Bangladesh and be placed in a better position in the upcoming future.