"Financial Services" Essays and Research Papers

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Financial Inclusion Through Microfinance-Health Insurance in India

Financial Inclusion through Microfinance Health Insurance Microfinance India is home to the largest population of poor in the world. Microfinance in India has emerged as a powerful tool for financial inclusion. The ‘SHG – Bank Linkage’ programme plays a predominant role in the financial inclusion of poor. The programme is coming up well and being implemented widely across the country. But there is a need to strengthen the SHG-Bank Linkage Programme to fully mainstream it with the commercial...

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How Is Xbrl Implementing Financial Reporting Technology in India?

How is XBRL implementing financial reporting technology in India? Extensible Business Reporting Language is one of a family of “XML” languages that is a standard means of communicating information between business and via the Internet. XBRL can be used to express a wide range of reports and disclosures including financial statements, internal management information, credit filings and statistical reports.  XBRL international is a non-profit consortium whose members include approximately 300 leading...

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A Study on Rural Customer Perception with Respect to Formal Financial System, from the Financial Inclusion Point of View

------------------------------------------------- A study on Rural Customer Perception with respect to formal financial system, from the financial inclusion point of view Abstract: Formal financial system includes the banking sector and what is the perception of rural people regarding the activities of formal financial system was discussed on the full abstract. The term rural finance is about providing financial services- secure savings, credit, money transfer and insurance in rural areas. The past study showed...

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Role of Financial Institution in Economy

Role of Banks and Financial Institutions in Economy Money lending in one form or the other has evolved along with the history of the mankind. Even in the ancient times there are references to the moneylenders. Shakespeare also referred to ‘Shylocks’ who made unreasonable demands in case the loans were not repaid in time along with interest. Indian history is also replete with the instances referring to indigenous money lenders, Sahukars and Zamindars involved in the business of money lending by...

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Financial Sector Talent Enrichment Programme

FINANCIAL SECTOR TALENT ENRICHMENT PROGRAMME FINANCIAL REGULATIONS IN MALAYSIA ___________________________ BANKING AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS ACT [BAFIA] 1989 MALAYSIAN ANTI MONEY LAUNDERING ACT 2001 [MALAYSIAN ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING (AMENDMENT) ACT 2003] CORPORATE GOVERNANCE FINANCIAL SECTOR TALENT ENRICHMENT PROGRAMME BANKING AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS ACT [BAFIA] 1989 FINANCIAL SECTOR TALENT ENRICHMENT PROGRAMME BANK NEGARA MALAYSIA: AN INTRODUCTION Wholly owned by the Federal...

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Webster Financial Corporation

Nicholas Moreau Team E MKT-270-03100 Professional Selling Professor Anstey General Education Assignment/Team Project Skillsoft®,Webster Financial Corporation March 17, 2015 Webster Financial Corporation Introduction Webster Financial Corporation or better known as Webster Bank has been helping families, individuals, and businesses achieve their financial goals for more than three generations. Webster Bank has over 3,000 employees that are working towards the company’s values, which is to meet...

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Financial Institutions

Financial institutions are the organizations which perform the essential functions of channeling funds from those with surplus funds (suppliers of funds) to those with shortages of funds (user of funds).Financial institutions are active in today’s global markets include commercial banks, insurance companies credit unions, finance companies, savings and loan associations, saving banks, pension funds, mutual funds, and similar organization. Their fundamental role in the financial system is to serve...

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Financial Intermediation

Financial intermediation consists of transforming funds between surplus and deficit units. This can take place indirectly through depositories or directly through investment banks, per say. In the article Dell Deal Done Differently, “stapling financing” was the controversial practice taken place. Stapling financing as depicted in the article is an act investment banks premeditate when offering a finance packaging to bidders during acquisition. This is a part of financial intermediation because it...

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Banking: Why Are Financial Institutions Special?

Chapter 1 – Why are Financial Institutions (FI) special? * information costs: the aggregation of funds in a FI provides greater incentive to collect information about customers and to monitor their actions. The relatively large size of the FI allows this collection of information to be accomplished at a lower average cost (economies of scale) than would be the case for individuals * liquidity and price risk: FIs provide financial claims to household savers with superior liquidity attributes...

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Role of Financial Markets in a Modern Economy

Discuss the role of financial markets in a modern market economy. Explain the role and function of the share market and its effect on the economy. The financial market is the most influential sector in a modern market economy. The financial markets provide products to consumers and financial intermediaries allow for the mobilization of money between savers and borrowers. The share market is the financial market in which investors buy and sells shares. The share market’s main function in the...

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