Non Interest Income

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Overview Of Banking Project

Title: Comparative study of non interest income of the Indian Banking Sector

Submitted by: Gaurav Sharma BBA(Finance, Gold Medal),MBA(Finance)

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Introduction Methodology SBI& Associates Nationalized banks(Public sector banks) Private sector banks Foreign banks Findings Conclusion Literature review References

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There are two broad sources of bank revenues: 1. Interest income 2. Non-interest income. Interest income is generated from what is known as “the spread.” The spread is the difference between the interest a bank earns on loans extended to customers, corporate etc and the interest paid to depositors for the use of their money. It is also earned from any securities that the banks own, such as treasury bills or bonds. Non-interest income is earned by providing a variety of services, such as trading of securities, assisting companies to issue new equity financing, securities commissions and wealth management, sale of land, building, profit and loss on revaluation of assets etc. As compared to the developed world, the Indian banking sector, apart from the relying on traditional sources of revenue like loan making are also focusing on the activities that generate fee income, service charges, trading revenue, and other types of noninterest income. While noninterest income plays an important role in banking revenues in the developed world, its contribution to the total income of the Indian banking was 25% as on 31st March 2008. Components of non interest income The major components of non interest income in our banking sector are as follows: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Commission/ exchange and brokerage Profit or loss on Sale of investments Profit or loss Sale of land& buildings Profit/loss on revaluation of investments Profit or loss on Exchange transaction etc. Miscellaneous income source which includes advisory, trading etc.

Share of various sources of non interest income The share of various sources of non interest income to the total income of banking sector as on 31st march 2008 is shown in the pie chart below:

In the above figure we find that the highest contribution to the non interest income has been of the commission followed by sale of investments, miscellaneous income and exchange transactions. Movements of interest and non interest income of the Indian banking sector (1994-2004)

Under this I have done a comparative study of non interest income of the Indian banking sector by classifying banks into four categories: 1. SBI and associates which includes State bank of India, State bank of Bikaner and Jaipur, State bank of Hyderabad, State bank of Mysore, State bank of Patiala, State bank of Saurashtra and State bank of Travancore. 2. Nationalized banks: (Public sector banks) which includes Allahabad bank, Andhra bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Canara bank, Central Bank of India, Corporation bank, Dena bank, Indian bank, Indian Overseas bank, New bank of India, Oriental bank of Commerce, Punjab &Sind bank, Punjab National Bank, Syndicate bank, UCO bank, Union bank of India, United bank of India, Vijaya bank.( Total 19) 3. Other scheduled banks: (Private sector banks) which includes Development credit bank, Times bank, Axis bank, Indus land Bank, ICICI bank, Bank of Rajasthan, Catholic Syrian bank, Lakshmi Vilas bank, HDFC bank, Centurion bank, Bank of Punjab, Tamilnad Mercantile Bank, Federal bank, Punjab Cooperative bank, Lord Krishna bank, ING Vyasya bank, IDBI bank, Dhanlakshmi bank.(total 18 banks) 4. Foreign banks: which includes Barclays bank, ING bank, ABN Amro bank, Bank of America, BNP Paribas, Standard Chartered bank, DBS bank ,Citibank, HSBC, Deutsche bank, Mashreq bank, Bank of Nova Scotia, Bank of Bahrain & Kuwait, American...
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