Marcentile Bank Performance

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Date: To Dr. Abdul Awal Khan Professor & Dean School of Business Asian University of Bangladesh, Dhanmondi Campus, Dhaka-1209. Subject: Submission of Internship Report. Dear Sir: I have great pleasure to replace before you my Practical Orientation in Bank report on Mercantile Bank Limited, 25/1, Zindabahar 1st Lane, Nayabazar, Dhaka, where I have completed my orientation in Bank program from 1st April to 30th June 2007 as a part of the BBA curriculum. I have observed and studied different functions of a bank and was assigned to submit a report on “A Practical Orientation Mercantile Bank Limited”. To prepare this report, I have gathered what I believe to be the most complete information available. Much of the information has been collected by reading different books, articles, annual report, web site etc, related to the Banking arena. The experience I have gathered during this period will remain as an invaluable asset of immense useful in my life. I have worked hard preparing this report and I hope it will satisfy my course requirement for BBA Program. I will be always available for answering any query on the report. I request you to excuse me for any mistake that may occur in the report despite of my best effort. Thanking You Sincerely yours, _____________

Imtiaj Uddin
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I am very glad that in spite of many limitations I have completed the Report successfully. Preparing this report, I received cordial and sincere assistance from many concerns. First of all I wish to thanks the immeasurable grace and profound kindness of the Almighty Allah, the supreme authority of the universe. From the first inception until the final completion of this report, the success of this study rests not on me alone but on the contributions of many persons who have inspired, influence and guided my work. I express my deep sense of gratitude and sincere…...

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