July 12, 2021
Fund Of Funds: A Source Of Investment For Insurance Companies

Fund Of Funds: Finance is, undeniably, the life and blood of business. What is also undeniable is the fact that finance or money is dynamic and fluid in nature. And while it is important to keep your assets active, it is equally important to do so in a careful manner. Money uninvested is idle money […]

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January 11, 2021
External Commercial Borrowing: A Banking Perspective

External Commercial Borrowing: A Derivative of Globalisation for Fundraising Growth and profit making are the ultimate objectives of every business entity. These objectives can only be achieved through sufficient financial resources that will enable them to thrive in the market. Therefore, these entities depend on various sources of finance which may in the form of […]

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June 30, 2020
RBI Norms For Banks And NBFC’s Engaging Digital Lending Platforms

What are the RBI Guidelines with respect to Digital Lending? Conventionally Banks and NBFC’s[1] are considered as the ultimate source for availing loans or any other forms of financial assistance. However, it is not easy to avail loans from them since it involves a lot of paperwork and other related procedures. Ultimately, it becomes a […]

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April 15, 2020
SEBI’s relaxation over compliance norms has allowed the listed firms to catch their financial breath

COVID-19 Outbreak: SEBI Provides Relief To Listed Firms Over Compliance Norms We all are aware that due to the COVID-19, the whole world is not only suffering large-scale deaths but also suffering the economical downfall. In this pursuance, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (“SEBI”), being the principal regulator of the Indian Stock Exchanges, […]

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February 13, 2020
Unclaimed Deposits in the Indian Banking Sector and the Role of RBI

We all are well aware that the Reserve Bank of India, since its establishment in 1935, has repeatedly proven that it is the only potent body that has held the Indian financial market’s stability at its clenches. It is an obvious known fact that the responsibility of safeguarding the bank deposits of the Indian citizens […]

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November 11, 2019
Present status of Consumer Protection in Indian Banking Sector

in the banking sector where the consumers are misled due to the failure of bank’s operational capacities leading to the financial insecurity amongst the innocent customers. The recent example is the Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative bank issue, wherein, the Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) under Section 35(A) of Banking Regulation Act, 1949 imposed the regulatory […]

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November 11, 2019
RBI Allows Rupee Derivative Trading Through International Financial Service Center

RBI has dived into the ocean of the international financial market to protect the interest of the onshore rupee derivative market[1] which is getting financially fractured due to the overactive offshore rupee derivative markets[2]. The offshore rupee derivative markets has an adverse effect on the Indian currency value. This bothered the RBI, who is responsible […]

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November 4, 2019
RBI repudiates the first ever merger attempt between a bank and a NBFC

A merger between the banks is not a new trend in the Indian banking sector. In fact, the very first  merger in the Indian banking sector  took place in the year 1921 between the three presidency banks namely the Bank of Bengal, the Bank of Bombay and the Bank of Madras when the three banks […]

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