Financial Performance Analysis of Shahjalal Islami Bank
Manwar Shuvo, Shoyeb
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On 10 May 2001, Shahjalal Islami Bank Limited announced its profitable activity in simulated Islamic Shariah, and they released their very first branch at 58, Dilkusha C/A, Dhaka. SJIBL was named after Hajrat Shahjalal (R) and served the people. They receive licenses from the Bangladesh bank and thus boost the economy's GDP. " Financial Performance Analysis of Shahjalal Islami Bank Limited " is the main focus of this report. As required by the faculty and supervisor Ishrat Jahan, Assistant Professor of the BBA Department, UIU, it is the product of a three-month base internship program at Shahjalal Islami Bank Limited. The aim of the study is to evaluate SJIBL's performance analysis, conduct ratio analysis, and identify problems and recommendations. Primary and secondary data was obtained for the purpose of the study. The aim of this paper is to develop the research framework to present the different performance aspects of Shahjalal Islami Bank in Bangladesh. The report was given for the presentation of the various performances of Shahjalal Islami Bank Limited in Bangladesh. This paper's description explains the ratio and interrelated ratios of the institution's wellbeing. Other types of ratios, which are debt ratio, liquidity ratio, performance and profitability ratios, are also discussed. Bank data is supplied with sufficient information. For SJIBL, altered forms of ratio analysis have been carried out. Charts, tables and figures are given. In this study, I used 5 years of financial statement data to measure the ratio analysis to provide the required findings. For the SIJBL, CSR functions are also provided. My report will assist them to make informed future decisions by using all the pertinent information available in this report.
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