Essays on National Bank of Australias Operations in the United States Case Study

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The paper "National Bank of Australia’ s Operations in the United States" is a perfect example of a business case study. This report was commissioned primarily to evaluate the National Bank of Australia’ s operations in the United States. The report is to be handed to the Chief Executive of the Bank in order to make informed decisions with regard to the bank’ s performance in the foreign country. The report has managed to briefly give the background information about the national bank of Australia including the year it was founded and who was the founder.

This report has also managed to establish that even though the company was founded in Australia it is operating in other foreign countries which include New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States. Further, the report has discussed some of the risks that the company’ s facing apart from discussing some of the opportunities and success that have been achieved by the company so far. As a way of understanding the economic environment the company is operating in, the report has discussed in detail the current status of the economy in the United States.

Finally, the report has posed some recommendations which can be applied by the CEO to enhance the company’ s performance. 1.0 Introduction The primary objective of this report is for submission to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Bank of Australia for a formal decision-making process with regard to the company. The report will put more emphasis on the important aspects of the company operations which include the operating environment for the company in the foreign country where the bank has got its branches. The report will also consider the forces that trigger the performance of the bank in the foreign environment, the risks and challenges encountered as well as the opportunities that are available for the business in the foreign country (Taylor 2011).

The report will also take a closer look at the company’ s success and opportunities and the ways in which different risks that face the company have been managed.

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Taylor, P.2011. "NAB starts fresh front in mortgage loans battle". Herald Sun.

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