• Research Paper
    Paper - II Recent Advances in Finance 1. Financial Markets: Money and Capital Markets, Money Market Instruments, Recent Trends in Indian Money Markets. 2. Banking Financial Institutions and Non- Banking Financial Institutions. Recent developments in Indian Banking System. 3. Liquidity Management...
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  • Comparative Analysis of Indian Banks' Performance
    COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF INDIAN BANKS' PERFORMANCE Abstract: General problems of carrying out the comparative analysis of the banks functioning and development are considered. The essence of a micro-situation for carrying out the comparative analysis of the banks functioning and development is revealed. Various...
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  • Csr in Indian Banking Sector
    Microfinance 1) The Rapid development of international micro-finance. 2) Micro-finance in the Indian banking industry. 3) Constraints to the development of a fully-fledged microfinance market in the India 4) The awareness of microfinance in developing economies and its impact...
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  • Recent Developments in the Discount Market
    | INDIAN FINANCIAL SYSTEM | RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN DISCOUNT MARKET | | VIJETA SINGH | (2087) | RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN DISCOUNT MARKET The discount market is a component of the financial markets for assets involved in short-term borrowing and lending with original maturities of one year...
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  • Emerging Issues in Banking and Financial Sector in India
    Narendra Jadhav 2 I. Pre- reform Financial System in India and Rationale for Reforms The Indian financial sector today is significantly different from what it used to be a few decades back, in the 1970s and 1980s. The Indian financial system of the pre-reform period essentially catered to the...
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  • Recent Changes in Indian Capital Markets
    Recent changes in Indian Capital markets Introduction A capital market is a market for securities (debt or equity), where business enterprises (companies) and governments can raise long-term funds. It is defined as a market in which money is provided for periods longer than a year, as the raising...
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  • banking
    In one of our recent articles, we discussed about some of the key ratios relating to a bank's balance sheet statement. Just to brush up our readers, some of the ratios that were discussed included: Credit to deposit ratio Capital adequacy ratio Non-performing asset ratio Provision coverage ratio ...
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  • Research Paper
    BANKING INDUSTRY VISION 2010 BY IBA COMMITTEE NOVEMBER 2003 CHAIRMAN S C GUPTA Chairman and Managing Director, Indian Overseas Bank 1 PREAMBLE Our Vision statement is not a prediction of what will happen in the future; it is also not a wish list of desirable, but unattainable goals. Rather...
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  • Capital Account Convertibility and Risk Management in India
    regulatory measures needed to prepare India’s financial system to manage the risks arising from fuller capital account convertibility (FCAC). The paper contributes to the debate on FCAC in two ways. First, it reviews the potential and existing financial stability challenges to FCAC in India. Second it...
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  • Indian Banking Sector
    banking system is the backbone to the nation’s economy. It provides the necessary funds for the nation’s growth and development. Banks play a pivotal role of not just accepting deposits and deploying large amounts of public funds but also leverage such funds through credit creation. The Banking system had...
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    Indian Capital Market Recent Developments and Policy Issues Yoon Je Cho Yoon Je Cho is Professor, Graduate School of International Studies, Sogang University, Seoul, Korea. 112 A STUDY OF FINANCIAL MARKETS Introduction There are 22 stock exchanges in India, the first being the Bombay...
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  • Developing Rural Financing in India
    providing financial services for people living in rural areas. It comprises credit, savings and insurance in rural areas, whether provided through formal or informal mechanisms. Financial Development can exert a significant influence on the distribution of Income. In this paper, using Indian rural financial...
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  • Syllabus
    Accounting, Distinction between Financial Accounting and Management Accounting. Meaning, Nature and Importance of Financial Statements – Need and Objectives of Financial Analysis, Conceptual Framework of Trend analysis and Ratio analysis (including Profitability, Activity & Financial ratios) Statements of Changes...
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  • About the Bnking in Indai
    INDIAN BANKING SYSTEM: THE CURRENT STATE & ROAD AHEAD ANNUAL SURVEY February 2010 FEDERATION OF INDIAN CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY Federation House, 1, Tansen Marg, New Delhi – 110001 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The pace of development for the Indian banking industry has been tremendous over...
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  • Corporate Governance
    india] | While recent high-profile corporate governance failures in developed countries have brought the subject to media attention, the issue has always been central to finance and economics. The issue is particularly important for developing countries since it is central to financial and economic development...
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  • Report on Overview of Indian Banking Sector
    divided into two parts: Indian Banking system and Bank-like financial institutions. For each type of banking institutions, a brief introduction, some recent statistics and corresponding functions will be included. The outline of this report is as follows: 1. Indian Banking system 1.1 Central Bank – Reserve...
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  • Student
    (1980-2005) : The Indian economy has been growing at an average growth rate of about 6.0 per cent over a period of 25 years since 1980-81 (India’s fiscal year is from 1st April to 31st March). The important point to note is that not only the growth rate of the Indian economy has been high during...
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  • Net Worth
    Global Financial Crisis and Key Risks: Impact on India and Asia Rakesh Mohan Deputy Governor Reserve Bank of India Remarks prepared for IMF-FSF High-Level Meeting on the Recent Financial Turmoil and Policy Responses at Washington D.C. October 9, 2008 Global Financial Crisis and Key Risks: Impact...
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  • Ugc Paper
    and Kaldor. * Macro – economic Equilibrium – Relative roles of monetary and fiscal policies 3. Development and Planning * Economic Growth, Economic Development and sustainable Development – Importance of institutions – Government and markets – Perpetuation of underdevelopment – Vicious circle...
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  • Indian Banking Sector Reforms
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY A retrospect of the events clearly indicates that the Indian banking sector has come far away from the days of nationalization. The Narasimham Committee laid the foundation for the reformation of the Indian banking sector. Constituted in 1991, the Committee submitted two reports,...
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