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Nmb ni benki au genge....

Discussion in 'Biashara, Uchumi na Ujasiriamali' started by bodachogo, Jul 18, 2012.

  1. b

    bodachogo Member

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    Kiukweli nimechoshwa na jinsi huduma kwa wateja isivyoridhisha katika hii benki wanayoita ya makabwela. Ukiwa na shida ili upate huduma stahiki mpaka uwe unafahamiana nao au uonekane kama mwenye pesa saana. Hawajui kutunza muda ,,,,, in general pooooor service......
     
  2. M

    Malila JF-Expert Member

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    Mwenyewe umesema ni benki ya makabwela ongeza na uswahili jazia na ajira za kugongeana.
     
  3. The Boss

    The Boss JF-Expert Member

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    NMB now ndo biggest bank in TZ....
     
  4. Kongosho

    Kongosho JF-Expert Member

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    bora wee umesema, mie nilitaka anzisha uzi wa nmb nikaona nipotezee.

    Wazurumaji wa pesa za wastaafu wakubwa hawa, wezi watupu.

    Nina hasira nao sana, watu wanalipwa pesa zao afu wao sijui wanazipeleka wapi wakati evidence zote za malipo zipo.

    Hivi ukiwekea pesa benk afu zisionekane na evidence zipo, waweza shtaki wapi?
     
  5. Advocate J

    Advocate J JF-Expert Member

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    Benki imejaa uzembe mtupu ,ukiritimba,
     
  6. NusuMutu

    NusuMutu JF-Expert Member

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    Nmb inawafanyakazi baadhi vijana lakini washajizeesha kutokana na 'mitabia' yao, kifupi naifananisha na 'sakos' yenye majengo nchi nzima. Kipindi flani walikuwa wanatangaza akaunt flan ya huduma,nlipokwenda kufungua na viambatanisho vyote wafanyakaz wote walishindwa kunifungulia et 'hawajui jins ya kufungua kwenye kompyuta',ilikuwa kituko siku hiyo.., niliwapa maneno yangu wakaona aibu nami nikajiondokea kwenda Bank inayojua maana ya huduma.
     
  7. Kivumah

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    Pamoja na hayo, Industry ya Banking katika Tanzania leo, ukiacha CRDB, NMB ndio bank bora kwa maana ya mtaji, jambo linalotishia uhai wa Benki nyingine zilizopo. Ushahidi upo katika Article hapo chini ya gazeti la The East African

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    Small banks in Tanzania are now increasing the interest paid on deposits and lowering charges on loans and advances. By A JOINT REPORT (email the author)

    Posted Saturday, July 14 2012 at 12:44

    The dominance of Tanzanian's two largest banks by assets is threatening the existence of smaller and medium sized banks, which now have to raise fresh capital, look for cheap deposits and expand branches to remain competitive, a new report shows.



    CRDB and NMB control 34 per cent of all loans and advances, government securities and other banking assets, leaving the other 43 banks and financial institutions to fight it out for the rest of the market.

    The small and medium sized banks are now increasing the interest they pay on deposits while lowering their charges on loans and advances as they bridge the gap with the top banks, says a report by Tanzania Securities, a Dar es Salaam based stock broker.

    "It's a double edged sword; the mid-tier banks have to pay more on deposits and charge lower rates on loans. This, of course, means their cost to income ratio will be relatively higher and their profit margin lower," said Magabe Kibiti Maasa, a research analyst at Tanzania Securities.

    The key advantage for the bigger banks is their ability to mobilise cheaper deposits owing to their large branch network. For example, as of 2010, CRDB, FBME and NMB banks accounted for 54 per cent of all bank branches in the country. They also held 52 per cent of all customer deposits.

    NMB, which listed at the Dar es Salaam Securities Exchange in 2008, is a partly government-owned bank, where all the salaries for public employees are channelled. Its asset base is Tsh284 billon ($182 million).

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    CRDB, also listed at the stock exchange, has assets valued at Tsh254billion($162 million).

    Meanwhile, DCB bank, considered to be among the smallest banks in the county, has assets of Tsh16.5 billion ($ 10.3 million) and only eight branches, compared with NMB's 142 branches.

    Their huge deposit base give the big banks advantages in that they can offer cheaper deposits to customers, while also lending to small banks in the interbank market. With the interbank rate - the interest banks charge other banks for lending money to them - ranging from 6 per cent to 13 per cent, the bigger banks are able to make substantial amounts from lending to their peers.

    "There is already substantial liquidity in the system, but these funds tend to be held unevenly, with some banks [i.e. NMB, CRDB] holding the bulk of it and others experiencing shortages," the analysts said.

    But even then, analysts note, the two banks are facing challenges. NMB, for example, faces operational risks resulting from the steep growth in its business volumes, which has placed significant pressure on its ICT infrastructure.

    "However, the bank has engaged a consultant to review and assist in the implementation of its ICT platform. The bank has also increased its staff complement commensurately with the pace of growth in the network," the analysts said.

    But perhaps the bank's biggest risk could be the rumoured impending move by the government to close its account with the NMB in favour of using the Bank of Tanzania's branch network.

    "If the proposal materialises, it will have a significant impact on the bank's low-cost funding source and thus its underlying returns to shareholders," note the analysts.

    For CRDB, credit and default risks are the major concerns.

     
  8. Abdulhalim

    Abdulhalim JF-Expert Member

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    Banks zote Tz ni vituko..you will be lucky kuenjoy kutokupotezewa muda kama benki au tawi lako lina watu wachache..huu ndio ukweli. Hadi karne hii kweli watu bado wanapanga foleni ya msaa hadi mawili ndani ya benki kuweka na kuchukua fedha ndogo (<5,000,000) ?? nchi ya ajabu kabisa hii.. haidhuru ndo maana akina Mpesa wanakula bingo ya kufa mtu na bado hawalipi kodi stahiki..na hamna anayesema lolote. serikali dhaifu iliojaa wehu na wananchi makondoo.
     
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