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Executive Summary Banking industry plays very important role in any economy. It has a long history as a service sector. Banks make it easy for people to complete their different monetary transaction and activity. It also creates new opportunity of earnings and help managing business with reliability. Presently there are 49 banks operating in Bangladesh. Among them 30 privet sector commercial banks, 10 foreign commercial banks, 5 specialized banks and 4 nationalized commercial banks. Commercial banks work for profit providing financial services to its clients. Specialized banks are assisting specific sector of the country created by special ordinance by the parliament. Commercial banks of the country are in its third generation growing faster then before and in more competitive environment. In terms of service banks have gained professionalism, efficiency and knowledge with skilled people. In year 2006 country’s privet sector commercial banks witnessed a growth of 31.87% and the operating profit of 28 PCBs out of 30 were TK. 37.04 billion up by 8.95 billion from previous year. The International Finance Investment & Commerce Bank Ltd. (IFIC Bank Ltd.) is one of the first generation bank of the country. It was set up at the instance of the Government in 1976 as a joint venture between the Government of Bangladesh and sponsors in the private sector with the objective of working as a finance company within the country and setting up joint venture banks/financial institutions abroad. The Government held 49 per cent shares and the rest 51 per cent were held by the sponsors and general public. In 1983 when the Government allowed banks in the private sector, IFIC was converted into a full-fledged commercial bank. The Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh now

holds 35% of the share capital of the Bank. Leading industrialists of the country own 34% of the share capital and the rest is held by the general public.

The performance evaluation of the bank has been completed with the help of financial statements analysis techniques. Beside, the organizational framework & operational detail has been described to gain knowledge about this institution. IFIC bank Ltd. provides all kinds of banking service and other financial solution. The deposit of the bank grows at 16.8% on an average in last twenty years. The bank earned TK. 1010 million as profit in 2006, and registered a growth of 42.30%.The bank maintains a steady liquidity position in the past years and operating abroad from its early life.

The bank was able to manage its debt, the times interest earned ratio of last four years shows a positive result of 1.12, 1.10, 1.11, 1.13 for 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005 respectively. About the report

This report is prepared as a requirement of MBA program as a part of internship of the Department of Finance, University of Dhaka. The report covered the time period from 21 January, 2007 to 07 March, 2007 of 1 month & 15 days. There are five chapters in the report covering a description of IFIC Bank Ltd. and operational and financial activity. The first chapter deals with the methodology followed in the study and motivation behind the work. Chapter two is devoted to Pallabi branch as I was given placement at this branch as an intern of the bank. Chapter three covers the profile of IFIC Bank Ltd. in two different perspectives: a. Organizational and b. operational. The first section covers IFIC at its organization base describes the departments and their job level also the employee profile. The operational overviews entitles the bank’s different banking operation such as deposit, loans & advances, international business, information technology and introduction of new product.

Chapter four contains the financial statement analysis of the bank. The Balance sheet & the Profit & loss Account of the bank is analyzed to identify the strength and weakness and compare the performance over the years 2002, 2003, 2004 & 2005. Chapter five concludes the report containing findings of the study. The International Finance Investment & Commerce Bank Limited is a full service commercial bank of the Peoples Republic of Bangladesh. For the last two decades there has been a number of reformation in the banking sector of Bangladesh as well as of the global banking system and some new dimensions have evolved to match changes in the world’s flow of economic activity. In terms of mode of service, reducing time & complicated paper work create significant economies of scale for the banking service as a whole. Bangladesh is also trying to reach that standard of service. The competition and other factor for this alleviation are there in the commercial banking sector. The report tries to portray this effort and identify the limitations there on. Motivation IFIC Bank Ltd is serving for a long time, as a commercial bank. From the beginning government and public sponsors comprises its equity structure. The bank has survived the economic crises of the country and demonstrated a sound financial performance. It has also expanded its business outside Bangladesh and is offering almost every newest banking product and service. The bank has a significant share in foreign trade. So I thought as a student of finance IFIC Bank Ltd is the right place to learn more about finance. Objectives of the study

1. To have an insight of day to day banking operation; and 2. To evaluate the financial performance of IFIC Bank Ltd. Approach and Methodology The research methodology followed in this report is in accordance with the objectives, requirement and scope of the study. The study has many limitations because of my inability to collect all the related information. In this report the effort was given to emphasize on an overall performance evaluation of the International Finance Investment & Commerce Bank Limited. The different techniques used in the analysis are 1. Time series analysis is done with last 20 year’s data of deposits.

2. Ratio and Trend analysis to evaluate financial position. For an example, the burden of debts and the company’s ability to repay them can be best evaluated by comparing I) firm’s debt to its assets and II) the interest it must pay for its funds to the interest it earns from its lending operations. 3. Common size analysis for identifying trends in financial statements. The analysis is useful in comparative evaluation, where all income statements items are divided by sales and all balance sheet items are divided by total assets. The common size income statement shows each item as a percentage of sales and common size balance sheet shows each item as a percentage of total assets. 4. Percentage change analysis, where growth rates are calculated for all income statement items and balance sheet accounts. Percentage change analysis helps to identify exclusively, the influence of any individual item. For an example it will identify if the interest expense decreased or increased the reported income. 5.

SWOT analysis, which is a qualitative judgment and represents the Strength, Weakness, and Opportunities and Threats for the company in terms of its financial states, service, client, contribution to the economy, growth and creditworthiness, stated in a brief manner.

Sources of data

1. 2. 3. 4.

Library search of IFIC Bank Ltd at the HRD and Research division. Annual Report 2003 and Audit report 2005. Academic calendar 2006 and 2007. Web site of IFIC Bank Ltd., Bangladesh Bank and DSE.

5. Pallabi branch yearly performance evaluation report. 6. Prudential guidelines for Consumer Finance – IFIC Bank Ltd. Introduction During 2003 IFIC Bank Ltd. opened six new branches among which Pallabi Branch is one. Pallabi is located in Mirpur of Dhaka and identified as one of the developed area of Mirpur. Pallabi is a residential area with significant amount of commercial activity. Transport facility of the area is satisfactory. Potentiality of the branch is proven through its performance of three years of operation. On 14 January, 2007 I was given placement as an intern at Pallabi branch of IFIC Bank Ltd. During my intern I have learned how a bank’s operational activities are run. At that time I get introduced with very nice and friendly people working for Pallabi branch, who has co operate me in every way and make my internship a special one. Pallabi branch Profile: Inception on: Location:

2003 Kashem Chamber

(1st and 2nd floor) Commercial plot, 11 Main Road, 03 Section, 07 Pallabi, Dhaka. Rival banks in the area: Standard Chartered, Brac bank, One bank Ltd., Eastern Bank Ltd., AB Bank Ltd., Mutual Trust Bank Ltd., Exim Bank Ltd.

Departments at the branch: Inland L/C Local Remittance Deposit Loans and Advances Cash Management IT Section Accounts section

Product Offered by the branch:

Besides providing general banking service Pallabi branch is offering all the new product of the bank. Here the loans and advances segment is highlighted. 1. Consumer Finance 2. Small Enterprise loan. 3. Large and medium size loan. Portfolio of the loans and advances of the branch is as under: Category


% of total

Consumer finance Small enterprise loan Large and medium size loan Staff loan Total

9940000 35009000 39186000 2362000 86497000

11 40 46 3 100

Staff loan, 2362000, 3%

Consumer finance, 9940000, 11%

Large and medium size loan, 39186000, 46%

Small enterprise loan, 35009000, 40%

Portfolio of the loans and advances

Consumer finance: Background for consumer financing of IFIC Bank Ltd.: During 1999 bank has introduced Consumer financing scheme and gradually develop following 7 (seven) product: a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

Easy loan (secured personal loan) Consumer durable loan ‘Parua’ (education loan) ‘Thikana’ (house building loan) Flexi loan (personal loan) Peshajeebi loan (loan for professional) Auto loan.

Consumer finance portfolio at the Pallabi branch:

1 2 3 4 5

Category House building Auto loan Flexi loan Easy loan consumer durable

2006 (in thousand taka) 1660,000 2143,000 510,000 4727,000 900,000

% of total portfolio 16.70020121 21.55935614 5.130784708 47.55533199 9.054325956




consumer fonance portfolio

consumer durable easy loan


flexi loan auto loan house building







percent of total

In the port folio easy loan 47.55 percent is the highest, and then comes the auto loan of 21.55 percent, house building loan contributes 16.7 percent to the total and consumer durable and flexi loan is 9.05 and 5.13 percent respectively. Organizational Overview IFIC Bank Ltd.

Industry segment: Origin: Established: Incorporated: Head office: Branches: Uniqueness:

Banking Company Bangladesh In 1976, as a joint venture. In 1983, as a full-fledged commercial bank. Motijheel, Dhaka. 65 Significant presence in the South Asia and Middle East.

Government of people’s Republic of Bangladesh – 35% Leading Industrialists of the country – 31% General public holding – 44%

GOB General public


Capital Structure – As on January 2007 Mission Statement of IFIC Bank Ltd.: “Our Mission is to provide service to our clients with the help of a skilled and dedicated workforce whose creative talents, innovative actions and competitive edge make our position unique in giving quality service to all institutions and individuals that we care for. We are committed to the welfare and economic prosperity of the people and the community, for we drive from them our inspiration and drive for onward progress to prosperity. We want to be the leader among banks in Bangladesh and make our indelible mark as an active partner in regional banking operating beyond the national boundary. In an intensely competitive and complex financial and business environment, we particularly focus on growth and profitability of all concerned.�

Board of Directors: Thirteen (13) directors designated as under, Eight represents Sponsors and general public. Four represents the government of Bangladesh who are senior official in the rank and status of joint secretary/ Additional secretary. Managing Director is the ex-officio Director of the board.

Achievements of the bank overtime: 1976 - Established as an Investment and Finance Company under arrangement







1980 - Commenced operation in Foreign Exchange Business in a





1982 - Obtained permission from the Govt. to operate as a commercial Bank.

1983 - Setup its first overseas joint venture (Bank of Maldives) on the Republic of Maldives. - Commenced operation as a full-fledged commercial Bank in Bangladesh.

1985 - Set up a joint venture Exchange Company in the Sultanate of

1987 - Set




1993 - Set




overseas overseas

branch branch

in in

Pakistan Pakistan

Oman. at at

1994 - Set up its first joint venture in Nepal for banking

Bank celebrated its 20th founding - Overseas Branches in Pakistan amalgamated with NDLC, to establish a joint venture Bank: NDLC-IFIC Bank Ltd. subsequently renamed as NIB Bank Ltd.

financing. anniversary.

People at IFIC bank ltd.: Total number of employee are-2,014. 1,430 are officer 584 are staff.

100 80 60 40

Male Fem ale

20 0 % of total

Number of male worker Number of female worker

1739 275

Percentage of total 86.34% 13.66%



1999 - Set up its second joint venture in Nepal for lease 2003


Managing Director and the Chief Executive Officer Deputy Managing Director

Secretary’s Division HRD and Research

Development, Anti Money Laundering and Corporate Communication

Remedial Asset Management

Treasury and International Banking

Credit Risk Management

Establishment Division

Finance and Accounts

Corporate Banking and Marketing

Information Technology

Law and Legal Affairs

Internal Control and Compliance

Departments at Head Office Sub division of the departments 1.

2. HRD and Research Human Resource Division Academy Research

Development, Anti Money Laundering and Corporate Communication Development Anti Money Laundering Corporate Communication

3. Remedial Asset Management

4. Treasury and International Banking Treasury Front Office International Banking Treasury Back Office


Secretary’s division

Company Secretariat



Credit Risk Management Consumer Financing Garments Financing Medium and Large Loan Financing Small Enterprise Financing Lease Financing Project Loan

Card department Credit Administration Credit Information and Returns


Establishment Division

Personnel and Administration

Support Service

8. Finance and Accounts


Corporate Banking and Marketing


Corporate Banking


Information Technology Hardware Support

Software Support

Operations Control


Law and Legal Affairs

12. 13.

Internal Control and Compliance

Audit and Inspection



Vigilance Cell

Presence across the nation Expansion policy across the nation is, as expected with the growth of the bank. There are 65 branches covering important trading and commercial centers of the country. These branches provide all banking facilities. To encourage and familiar people with bank as a reliable source of financial channel there has been a number of branches located in semi-residential areas. All the branches are technically equipped and manpowered. Presence abroad IFIC is the first among the banks in the private sector to have operations abroad. In 1983, the Bank set up a joint venture bank in Maldives known as 'Bank of Maldives Limited' (BML) at the request of the Government of the Republic of Maldives. This is the only national bank in that country having branches throughout that country. IFIC Bank managed the affairs of BML from 1983 to 1992. IFIC Bank sold its shares in 1992 to the Government of the Republic of Maldives and handed over the Management of BML to Maldives Government. Presently the bank is operating abroad as under: 1. Oman International Exchange LLC (OIE), is a joint venture between IFIC Bank Ltd. and Oman nationals, was established in 1985 to facilitate remittance by Bangladeshi

wage earners in Oman. The company is run by the bank under a management contract. 2. Nepal Bangladesh Bank Ltd. (NB Bank), a joint venture commercial bank with the Nepalese in effect from June 06, 1994. The management interest was withdrawn after expiry of the Technical Service Agreement on 08 April, 2005. 3. Nepal Bangladesh Finance and Leasing Ltd. (NBFLC), a joint venture leasing company started operations on 18 April, 1999. 4. NDLC-IFIC Bank Ltd. was emerged by the amalgamation of the Pakistan operation of IFIC bank ltd. and National Development Leasing Corporation of Pakistan on 03 October, 2003. On 28 November, 2005 the bank was renamed as NIB Bank Ltd. due to revise minimum capital requirements by the State Bank of Pakistan and ownership structure has changed. Presently IFIC Bank Ltd. holds 7.31% share in the bank. Operational Overview

Credit policy and Portfolio

Credit operation is one of the major tasks for any bank. The diversification and complexity this sector has gained in last 5/10 years that policy in this regard matters. IFIC Bank Ltd. works within the framework of three main objectives in their credit policy and portfolio management. The objectives are: a. Maintenance and improvement of quality of assets. b. Recovery on-time. c. Building-up efficient customer oriented credit delivery system. The portfolio of loans and advances of IFIC Bank Ltd. in different aspects is described below. Loans and Advances:

Loans & Advances Portfolio - 2004 40.00

% of total loan portfolio

35.00 30.00 25.00 20.00 15.00 10.00 5.00 0.00 1





11 13 15 17 19

Loans & Advances

This is the general portfolio of the banks loans and advances as per sanctioned mode in different category. The detail with a common size analysis of the portfolio as a percentage contribution of each category to the total amount of loans and advances is shown here. The largest share in the portfolio is of term loan other than industrial. Second larger share is of cash credit. Next the term loan on industrial category. In the year 2005 a significant improvement appears on Inland documentary bill purchased.

Total Loans & Advances

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Term loan (industrial) Term loan (other) House building loan Staff loan PF and HB Transport loan Loan general Secured overdraft Cash credit Inland documentary bill purchased Foreign documentary bill purchased Investor's scheme Payment against document (cash) Payment against document (forced) Payment against document (EDF) Loan against imported merchandise Loan against trust receipt Export cash credit Consumers' credit scheme Other loans and advances

2004 21280878608 100%

% of total portfolio

2005 21694895612 100%

% of total portfolio





7211193084 257458327

33.89 1.21

6690460531 162537979

30.84 0.75





211549780 122782598 1577778257 4272931568 1253304352 300339445

0.99 0.58 7.41 20.08 5.89 1.41

155405615 223897310 1887205644 4403760754 2034339982 389533609

0.72 1.03 8.70 20.30 9.38 1.80

40244 254488872

0.00 1.20

38959 108829264

0.00 0.50

633312197 169003054

2.98 0.79

211521878 178029575

0.97 0.82

815905021 945200525 216039767 362161586 17429949

3.83 4.44 1.02 1.70 0.08

613538634 861407896 263625024 282454565 43713958

2.83 3.97 1.22 1.30 0.20

In the maturity grouping a balance has been maintained for the loans sanctioned as we can see the distribution in short term and long term.

Maturity Grouping of loans and advances



% of total maturity grouping






% of total maturity grouping

Repayable on demand





Not more than 3 months Over 3 months but not more than 1 year









Over 1 year but not more than 5 years








Over 5 years


Basic classification of loans and advances of IFIC Bank Ltd. is as under: Classification of loans and advances





% of total

100% 1. Unclassified


2. Special mention account


% of total

100% 82.70






3. Substandard





4. Doubtful





5. Bad/loss





Treasury and International Operations IFIC Bank Ltd. one of the leading first generation bank of Bangladesh has a huge experience of overseas operation. Unlike other banks it has some joint venture at South Asia and Middle East. The division’s segmentation is as under:

Besides giving international trade related support to the branches the Division is responsible for maintenance of the Nostro accounts, for investment of excess foreign exchange reserves, for ensuring proper compliance of the foreign exchange regulations by the branches dealing in foreign exchange business. The International Division also acts as an intermediary between the branches and the foreign correspondents without whose assistance international transactions would be almost impossible. With a view to enhance the Bank's income the Division is entrusted with the development of different type of foreign exchange related products and services. Service and Job schedule of this division are, FX Dealing, Money Market Operations, Investments Portfolio, Asset Liability management, Correspondent Banking and BKE issues, Joint Ventures Operations, Drawing Arrangements, Inward and Outward Foreign Remittance, AD License etc.

Joint Venture Operations abroad:

60% 50% 40%

NB Bank


NB Finance OIE


NIB Bank

10% 0%

% of share % of Share

Total Equity

% share of IFIC Bank Ltd.

719.85 million(NRS) as of 15 July 2005

50% of equity

Nepal Bangladesh Bank Ltd. (NB Bank) Nepal Bangladesh Finance and Leasing Limited (NB Finance)

30 per control


Oman International Exchange LLC (OIE)

(751,363) RO as of 31st December 2004.

25% of equity

NIB Bank Ltd., Pakistan

(4.139 billion) PKR as of 30th June 2005

7.31% of equity



Information technology and online banking: There are 65 branches across the nation of which 22 are Authorized Dealer (AD) for conducting foreign trade. All the branches are using computerized banking solution. To join the ever competitive technology base banking service IFIC Bank Ltd. now working on the objectives:

a. b. c. d. e.

Achieve better customer relationship management. Multi-channel distribution. Developing attractive products and services. Assured risk management. Use of better business intelligence and enhanced image.

To achieve these objectives Project Horizon has been launched. The project is devoted to implement software banking solution solely for IFIC Bank Ltd. featuring real-time, integrated and centralized banking solution. The solution is being provided by Misys International Banking Systems, UK with consulting services. Five pilot branches have been selected for the first phase implementation. These branches are Gulshan, Motijheel, Narayanganj, Agrabad and Sylhet. In the second phase another 14 AD branches will be provided with the solution. Some of the success achieved already as Gulshan branch is being facilitated with: a. b. c. d.

Internal and Communication infrastructures. Initiation of Roll Out process. Conversion and migration of live data. Parallel runs with live data and routine reconciliation with the existing process.

Deposit and New Products Some of the new products offered by IFIC Bank Ltd. are Visa Credit cards, ATMs, Phone Banking, Pension Savings Scheme, Death risk benefit scheme, Monthly income scheme and Customer credit scheme, Education Assistance Plan (deposit scheme). Deposit and other usual banking product and service are provided by the bank with its longtime experience and efficiency. Detail of deposit and other accounts of the bank as of year 2004 and 2005 are given below:

Maturity grouping of deposits and others

7000000000 6000000000 Amount in taka

5000000000 2004



3000000000 2000000000 1000000000 0 1







(taka in million) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Maturity grouping of deposits and other accounts



Payable on demand Repayable on 1 month Over 1 month but within 6 months Over 6 month but within 1 year Over 1 year but within 5 years Over 5 years but within 10 years Over 10 years or more

4476672064 4011600000 5230103856 5763700000 2391900000 1249000000 0

3437281364 3779501971 5230103856 4357785495 2571516145 1398301004 0

Financial statement analysis

Financial statement analysis involves the objective of

I. II.

Comparing the firm’s performance with that of other firm of the same industry Evaluating trends in the firm’s financial position overtime.

In this chapter financial statement of IFIC Bank Ltd. is analyzed in the context of second objective served by such analysis. The techniques used are SWOT analysis, Ratio and trend analysis, Percentage change analysis and Common size analysis. Some of the component of

these techniques can not be covered as nature and criteria of the absence of with specific nature and criteria. Part A: Time Series Analysis

Time series analysis of Deposit (1984-2005) Year 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

t 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 ∑t =253

(in million tk.) Deposit(Y) 863.4 1586.4 2344.13 3722.08 5098.66 5912.78 6712.5 8284.49 9594.76 11649.03 12747.5 13565.35 14811.08 15623.94 16793.49 16732.09 16577.52 17616.69 19131.85 19798.97 20774.48 22505.17 ∑Y =262446.36

t2 1 4 9 16 25 36 49 64 81 100 121 144 169 196 225 256 289 324 361 400 441 484 ∑t2 =3795

n = 22

∑Y*∑t = 66398929.08

(∑t)2 = 64009

t =11.5

Ý= 11929.38

Trend equation for time series analysis is, Y = a + bx, where,

Yt 863.4 3172.8 7032.39 14888.32 25493.3 35476.68 46987.5 66275.92 86352.84 116490.3 140222.5 162784.2 192544 218735.2 251902.4 267713.4 281817.8 317100.4 363505.2 395979.4 436264.1 495113.7 ∑Yt = 926716

a = Ý – bt b = (∑yt - ∑y∑t/n)/ ∑t2 - ∑t2/n Now, b = (∑Yt - ∑Y ∑t/n)/∑t2 - (∑t)2/n = (3926716 - (262446.36*253)/22)/ (3795-(2909.5/22)) =1026.067 And, a = Ý – bt = 11929.38 - 1026.067*11.5 =129.6056 So, the trend equation of deposit is, Y = 129.6056 + 1026.067x

Growth Rate (GR) of deposit, = [ n-1√Yn/Y1-1]*100 = 16.8% Acceleration Rate (AR) of deposit, = [ n-1√(Yn/Yn-1)/(Y2/Y1)-1]*100 = 13.46%

Significance: I. II. III.

During the period 1084-2005 deposit increased at an average rate of TK. 1026.067 million per year. Growth rate (GR) indicates during the period of 1984-2005 deposit increased at an average rate of 16.8% per year. Acceleration rate of 13.46% indicating that in future the GR in each successive year will be 113.46% of the previous year’s GR.

Part B: Ratio and trend Analysis


Liquidity Ratios:

Indicate the firm’s ability to payoff its obligation at anytime. The two type of liquidity ratio are, a. The Current Ratio, used for short term obligation. b. The Quick Ratio deals with inventory.

Here current ratio of IFIC is analyzed: 1 0.8 0.6 Current ratio

0.4 0.2 0 2002


Year Current




















(Amount in Taka) Current


(Amount in Taka) Current ratios

Significance: The liquidity ratio across the years has been steady.


Debt management ratios:

The extent to which a firm used debt financing, or financial leverage, has three important implications:

a. By raising funds through debt, stockholders can maintain control of a firm without increasing their investment. b. To provide a margin of safety creditors are concerned of the equity or owner supplied fund. The higher the proportion of total capital provided by stockholders, the less the risk faced by creditors. c. If the firm earn more on investments financed with borrowed funds then it pays in interest, the return on the owner’s capital is magnified or ‘leveraged’ So debt management ratios help to figure out how the capital is structured. There are three kinds of debt management ratios, are: 1. Total debt to Total asset; shows how the firm is financed 2. Times Interest Earned (TIE); shows ability to pay interest 3. EBITDA coverage ratio; shows ability to service debt. Here TIE ratio of IFIC bank ltd. is analyzed: 1.13 1.12 1.11 Tie ratio

1.1 1.09 1.08 2002




















(Amount in 1232603215

Taka) Interest


(Amount in Taka) TIE ratio

Significance: IFIC Bank Ltd. has maintained a steady Times Interest Earned ratio across the years.

Part C: Percentage Change Analysis

Percentage change analysis is a technique where growth rates are calculated for all income statement items and balance sheet accounts. Percentage change analysis helps to identify exclusively, the influence of any individual item. For an example through percentage change analysis one can identify if the borrowings decreased or increased the reported assets and liabilities. Procedure used in Percentage Change Analysis as under: 1. Important major heads and sub heads are selected for analysis. 2. Formula used to get, % change is, (yr1-yr0/yr0*100) Percentage Change Analysis of Profit and Loss Account Net interest income Total operating income Salaries and allowances Total operating expense Profit before provision Provision for loans advances Total provision

2004 (Yr0) 512386365.00

2005 (Yr1) 657220774.00

% change 28.27

1445561029.00 460086709.00 745311090.00 700249939.00

1488972882.00 602182622.00 939435047.00 549537835.00

3.00 30.88 26.05 -21.52

569500000.00 569500000.00

400000000.00 400000000.00

-29.76 -29.76

130749939.00 58837473.00 71912466.00

149537835.00 67292026.00 82245809.00

14.37 14.37 14.37




26149988.00 44702460.00 160399278.00 17.70

29907567.00 49172706.00 163564814.00 20.24

14.37 10.00 1.97 14.35


Profit before tax Provision for tax Profit after tax Retained profit brought forward Appropriations Statutory reserve Proposed bonus share Retained earnings EPS

Significance: I. Profit has decreased from previous year. II. Provision has been decreased from previous year.

Percentage Change Analysis of Balance Sheet


2004 (yr0) 2295582386

2005 (yr1) 2146612028

% change -6.49%

Balance with other banks and financial institution Money at call at short notice Investments Loans and Advances Loans, cash credits, overdrafts, etc. Bills discounted and purchased Fixed assets including premise, furniture and fixtures Other assets

252203954 710000000 2666288202 21280878608 19727234811 1553643797

1011052348 990000000 2971466388 21694895612 19271022021 2423873591

301.00% 39.44% 11.45%

178809339 1192069538

192758868 1194269731

7.80% 0.19%

Total assets







Deposits and other accounts Current deposits and other accounts Other liabilities

20774489835 2884945098 6489983199

22505172064 3452927221 5137405111


Total liabilities Shareholders' equity

27360343134 1215488893

28839957866 1361097109

5.41% 11.98%

Total liabilities and shareholders' equity




Liabilities: Borrowing from other financial institutions and agents

1.95% -2.31% 56.01%


19.69% -20.84%


I. Cash decreased in 2005 then 2004, in compare to other two near cash asset at the top of the balance sheet. On the other hand a portion of liability has decreased, though total liability has increased. One of the important sources of loan portfolio ‘loans, cash credit, overdrafts, etc.’ has decreased. II. Two huge changes appear in the ‘balance with other banks and financial institution’ of asset side and ‘liabilities: Borrowing from other banks, financial institutions and agents’ of liability and equity side of the balance sheet. It reflects that interbank transaction of the bank has grown at a large scale.

Part D: Common Size Analysis Common size analysis is a technique of identifying trends in financial statements. Common size analysis is useful in comparative analysis, where all income statements items are divided by sales and all balance sheet items are divided by total assets. Thus a common size income statement shows each item as a percentage of sales, and a common size balance sheet shows each item as a percentage of total assets. Procedure used for common size analysis as under: 1. Important major heads and sub heads are selected for analysis. 2. Formula used to get 3. For analyzing profit and loss account all items are divided by Net interest income. Common Size Analysis of Profit and Loss Account

2004 512386365.00 1.00 1445561029.00 460086709.00 745311090.00

Net interest income Total operating income Salaries and allowances Total operating expense Profit before provision Provision for loans advances Total provision

% net interest

% net interest

282.12 89.79 145.46

2005 657220774.00 1.00 1488972882.00 602182622.00 939435047.00





569500000.00 569500000.00

111.15 111.15

400000000.00 400000000.00

78.07 78.07

130749939.00 58837473.00 71912466.00

25.52 11.48 14.03

149537835.00 67292026.00 82245809.00

29.18 13.13 16.05





26149988.00 44702460.00 160399278.00 17.70

5.10 8.72 31.30

29907567.00 49172706.00 163564814.00 20.24

5.84 9.60 31.92 0.00

290.60 117.53 183.35


Profit before tax Provision for tax Profit after tax Retained profit brought forward Appropriations Statutory reserve Proposed bonus share Retained earnings EPS

Significances: In 2005 interest income contribution to operating profit increased then the previous year.

Common Size Analysis of Balance sheet

% of total asset


2005 30201054975 100% 2146612028

252203954 710000000 2666288202 21280878608 19727234811 1553643797

0.88 2.48 9.33 74.47 69.03 5.44

1011052348 990000000 2971466388 21694895612 19271022021 2423873591

3.34 3.28 9.84 71.83 63.81 8.03

178809339 1192069538

0.63 4.17

192758868 1194269731

0.64 3.95

Liabilities: Borrowing from other banks, financial institutions and agents Deposits and other accounts Current deposits and other accounts Other liabilities

95870100 20774489835 2884945098 6489983199

0.34 72.70 10.10 22.71

1197380691 22505172064 3452927221 5137405111

3.96 74.52 11.43 17.01

Total liabilities Shareholders' equity

27360343134 1215488893

95.74 4.25

28839957866 1361097109

95.49 4.51

Total liabilities and shareholders' equity





Total assets Cash Balance with other banks and financial institution Money at call at short notice Investments Loans and Advances Loans, cash credits, overdrafts, etc. Bills discounted and purchased Fixed assets including premise, furniture and fixtures Other assets

2004 28575832027 100% 2295582386

% of total asset

Significance: Loans and advances contributes the highest to the total asset of IFIC Bank Ltd.

Part E: SWOT Analysis Strength

1. Consistent financial performance


200 150 100 50 0 2001





Net Profit after tax

2. Strong organize base. 3. Growth in compare to the industry is consistent in year 2006. The operating profit of 28 PCBs out of 30 were tk.37.04 billion, result in a growth of 31.87%. IFIC record an operating profit of tk.1010 million, a growth of 42.30% then the previous year.


Industry IFIC

0.00% 2006


1. Internal compliance need to be more sophisticated. 2. More concentration should be given to expansion process, not only increase in number but also support to the existing branches should be given with a view of present competitive environment. 3. IFIC has built a reputation of being one of the larger and better institution their service must be competent in this respect. Opportunities:

1. Operational and Organizational structure of the bank is really set for better service; there is potentiality for the bank to grow in this aspect. 2. As the bank has experience of business abroad there is scope for expansion and diversification. Threats:

1. IFIC should be concern of their pros pond of AGM of last 3 years.

Major Findings: IFIC Bank Ltd, one of the few first generation banks operating and serving the nation for a long time, has so far passed its journey with such a sound financial record all the way. The study excludes any comparison of the institution with its industry, but it analyzes the performance of year 2005 in compare to year 2004. In this aspect the findings are: I.

The average growth rate of deposit is 16.8 percent for last twenty years.


In terms of liquidity and debt service ability IFIC bank ltd. is maintaining a secured position.


In compare to year 2004 to 2005 the cash has decreased, the reported income also decreased.


Inter bank transaction increased to a significant extant indicating a more active banking operation.


In 2005 loans and advances increased 71.83 percent then 2004.


The interest income increased then 2004 in 2005.


98% of loans and advances of the total is being treated as ‘good’ in 2004: the figure in 2005 is 97%. The base of this criterion is the quality of security pledged.


In classification of the loans, unclassified loan amount 82.7% and 86.7% in year 2004 & 2005 respectively.


IFIC Bank Ltd. is having problem in arranging the AGM which has remained withheld for last three years.

References: 1. Financial Management, Theory and Practice – Eugene F. Brigham and Michael C. Ehrharat. ( 10th edition) 2. Prudential regulations for Consumer finance – IFIC Bank Ltd. 3. Auditor’s Report and Accounts of IFIC Bank Ltd., for the year ended December 31, 2005. 4. Annual Report, 2003- of IFIC Bank Ltd. 5. Branch manager’s report, 2006 of Pallabi branch of IFIC Bank Ltd. 6. Academic Celendar,2006 7. Academic Celendar, 2007. 8. www.ificbank 9. 10.