The Butterfly Effect on the Agricultural Bank System at the Grass-Roots Level
The competition power of the Agricultural Bank of China has been dropping down for several years. The reason is that banks at the grass-roots level don’t think much of managing the subtle links. The paper uses the theory of butterfly effect in Chaos for reference to discusses the risks existed in the Agricultural Bank of China at the grass-roots level such as the credit risk, the incomplete internal control, the loose accounting system, the disorder market competitiveness, the brain drain, the weak service consciousness, the financial innovation lag and the unbalanced development. Finally eight pieces of advice are brought forward as the measures against the eight butterfly effects.
Volume (Year): (2009)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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