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CVP ANALYSIS IN BANK

Submitted to

Dr. Harunur Rashid
Professor
Department of Accounting and Information Systems
University of Chittagong

Submitted by
Md. Ariful Hoque
B.B.A. (Hons.): 4th Year.
Class Roll: 4541
Exam Roll: 2004 /42
Session: 2003-2004
Department of Accounting and Information Systems
University of Chittagong

Date of submission: August 25, 2009

Letter of Submission

To
Dr. Harunur Rashid
Professor
Department of Accounting and Information Systems
University of Chittagong.

Subject: Submission of Term Paper report on “CVP analysis in Bank.”

Sir,
With the greatest pleasure, I would like to submit my report on “CVP analysis in Bank” I have
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In the report I will try to give an idea about the CVP

analysis of this Bank. This report is prepared on the basis of study and it is based on

knowledge & data, which I acquire from the annual report of Dutch Bangla Bank Ltd.&

different books &journals. In my side it’s a task to introduce myself in the practical field.

So I hope this program will be continued in future too.

INTRODUCTION

During the last decade, banking became the most competitive industries of Bangladesh

with a huge amount of growth. A large number of new banks have made their way in the

industry and yet there are more to come. In such a highly competitive service industry,

‘customer satisfaction’ is a very important factor to consider. High customer satisfaction

and loyalty give an organization a better base than its competitors and allows it to

flourish in the industry.

PURPOSE OF THE STUDY

The objective of Term Paper on CVP analysis is to determine what will happen to

financial results reflected in profit if a specified level of activity reflected in the volume

fluctuates.

CVP analysis provides answers to questions such as

1. What minimum level of activity need be achieved to avoid losses?

2. What should be the activity level to earn a target profit?

3. What will be the effect of changes in rate of interest receivable, rate of interest

payable, and activity level on

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