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Title: Electronic banking and the law with the performance of commercial banks in Uganda
Authors: Natukunda, Mastulah
Keywords: Electronic Banking
commercial banks
Issue Date: Jun-2011
Publisher: Kampala International University,School of Law
Abstract: The study of the electronic banking and the related laws in Uganda has had a profound impact on this research. The commercial banking environment in Uganda has constantly changed with time. Through the brick and mortar banking halls, commercial banks have invested heavily in the provision of varied services that encompass electronic services. The researcher thus carried out this research relying on both primary and secondary data to establish the relationship that exists between electronic banking and the performance of commercial banks under the available laws. Principally, it was noted through the respondents that were interviewed on the subject matter on the electronic banking and commercial banks performance and established that the commercial banks performance do improve drastically with the invention of new banking services that are geared at providing customers with desirable services. The reactions of the respondents in regard to the research topic are clearly spelt out under chapter four of this book and analyses the research questions advanced for the research. As such, the researcher has advanced a number of recommendations that should be put into regard to ensure that the dangers so created are minimized or done away with using the legislation. As such, the researcher concludes this report by giving areas of further research which are desirably important to the research topic and ought to be considered.
Description: A dissertation submitted to Kampala International University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of Bachelors Degree in Laws
Appears in Collections:Bachelor of Laws

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