Banker Attitudes and Perception towards Green Banking: An Empirical Study on Conventional Banks in Bangladesh
Md. Khaled Amir
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This research paper intends to evaluate an idea about bankers’ perceptions on green banking by getting a candid opinion from conventional banks’ bankers in Bangladesh based on a quality survey questionnaire covers relevant areas like benefits of green banking, superior officials who serve green banking services, taken eco-friendly initiatives, getting support from proper authorities, safeguarding environment pollution and rewards for adopting green banking. Considering the highest mean score of items in each group, this paper insights about green banking is environment-friendly banking, managers and officers are resourceful, emphasizes on recycling of left-over materials, keeping the environment pollution free, and performs to reduce resource wastages. This paper also finds that support from the government should be getting heightened priority to enhance its performance and area. So it can be easily presumed that green banking already put a great impact on a great portion of the banking industry in Bangladesh so far.
Keywords: Green banking; Bankers’ Perception; Environment friendly; Carbon emission; Pollution reduction (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M1 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Published in International Journal of Finance & Banking Studies 2.10(2021): pp. 01-10
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