Bank is an institution that deals in money. Banks accept deposits and make loans and derive a profit from the difference in the interest rates paid and charged, respectively moreover it provides other financial services.This PDF book covers the following topics to Banking : Definition and Functions of Banking and Indian Banking System, Banker & Customer, Employment of Bank Funds, Laws Relating to Negotiable Instruments, Communication at Workplace.
This PDF book covers the following topics to acquire specialized knowledge of law and practice relating to Banking : Overview of Banking System, Regulatory Framework and Compliances, Legal Aspects of Banking Operations, Banking Related Laws, Banker - Customer Relations, Loans and Advances, Securities for Banker’s Loans, Financial Analysis of Banks, . Financial System Contemporary and Emerging Issues: An Overview, International Banking Management, Electronic Banking and IT in Banks, Risk Management in Banks, Ethics and Corporate Governance in Banks.
Author(s): The Institute of Company Secretaries of India
This note explains the following topics: Functions Of Banking and Indian Banking System, Banker and Customer, Employment of Bank Funds, Laws Relating to Negotiable Instruments, Communication at Workplace.
Author(s): CBSE Research and Development Unit
This note covers the following topics: The theory of value, The theory of the Coinage, The theory of credit, Transfer of Credits or Debits, Commercial Credit, The theory of banking, The theory of banking discount, The Foreign Exchanges.
Author(s): Henry Dunning
Banking in India, in the modern sense, originated in the last decade of the 18th century. The largest bank, and the oldest still in existence, is the State Bank of India. The Indian banking sector is broadly classified into scheduled and non-scheduled banks. This book explains everything about Indian banks.
Author(s): Charles Northcote Cooke
The aim of this note is to introduce you to the basics of banking processes and the component. It also aims at encouraging you to acquaint yourself with the nature and principles of Banking. Topics covered includes: Business of Banking, Development of Money, Historical Development of Banking, Central Bank of Nigeria, Nigeria Banking Structure, E-Banking System, Commercial Banking System, Merchant Banking System, Development Banking System, E-Banking system, Non-Bank Financial Institutions, Micro-finance Banking Institutions, Bank Lending, Interpreting the Accounts of Customers, Negotiable Instruments-Bills of Exchange, Manpower Development in Banking and Finance.
Author(s): National Open University of Nigeria
This book covers the following topics: Money a Commodity, Coinage, Legal Tender, Gold as a Metal, Gold Production and The Gold Standard.
Author(s): Horace White
This note explains the following topics: Efficient Markets Hypothesis: Theory and Evidence, Capital Budgeting, Portfolio Theory, Asset Pricing, Money Demand, Company Valuation, Central Banking, Institutional Investors, Commercial Banking, Commercial Bank Risk Management.
Author(s): University of Bristol
This note aims to give you an understanding of the concept regulation, supervision and legal framework as they affect the banking industry. Topics covered includes: Evolution of Law and Bank Regulation in Nigeria, Regulatory Frameworks on Banking and Regulatory Authorities, Ethics and Best Practices, Corporate Governance in Banking, Sources of Instability in the Banking Sector.
Author(s): National Open University Of Nigeria
This book covers the following topics: Evolution of Banking, Functions of Bank, Procedure for opening and operating of deposit account, Methods of Remittances, Lending principles, Credit Creation and Balance Sheet of a bank, Negotiable Instruments, Endorsement, Technology in Banking.
Author(s): Prin. Dr. Babasaheb Sangale, Prin. Dr. T. N. Salve, Dr. M. U. Mulani
This lecture note explains the following topics: Inflation Targeting: 25 Years’ Experience of the Pioneer, A Floating Exchange Rate is the Worst Exchange Rate Regime, How Prudent are Macroprudential Policies, Responsibility and Accountability in the Financial Sector.
Author(s): Arthur Grimes
This guide will help you to appreciate types of banks in operations in the country, models of commercial banking after abolition of universal banking in the country, relationships between customers and the banks and forms of collateral securities that can be accepted by banks for loans and advances, among others topics. Topics covered includes: Banking Operations in Nigeria, Types of Banking Operations in Nigeria, Banker and Customer Relationship, Accounts of Customers, Specialize Bank Accounts of Customers , Negotiable Instruments and Cheques, Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes, Duties of Paying Banker and Collecting Banker, Bank Lending to Limited Liabilities Companies, Securities and Loan Recovery, Securities for Bankers Advances, Land and Security.
Author(s): Mr. Abdullahi S. Araga and Mrs. Temi Olajide-Arise
This book describes the following topics: Banking Law and Regulation, Banker-Customer Relationship, Modes of creating charge, Securities for bank advances, Contracts of guarantees and indemnity, Capital Adequacy and NPAS In Banks.
Author(s): Dr. S.S. Kundu
This course note intends to introduce students to bank administration with emphasize on its risk management practices. Topics covered includes: Organizational Structure of Banks, Banking Regulations, Interest Rate Risk Management in Banks, Credit Risk Management in Banks, Liquidity Management in Banks, Operational Risk Management in Banks, Market Risk Management in Banks, Capital Adequacy of Banks, Issues in Bank Management, Investment Banking and Other Services and Analysis of Bank Statement.
This book covers the following topics: Elements of money, credit and banking, The banking system of the United States, Domestic banking, cash and deposit operations and earning assets.
Author(s): Ray Bert Westerfield
This book covers the following topics: Models of Bank Portfolio Behavior, Estimation of the Models: Problems and Techniques, Data Resources, Sample Selection, and the Profile of a Typical Observation, Estimates for the Input-Output Model from a Sample of Commercial Banks, Estimates for the Input-Output Model from a Sample of Mutual Savings Banks, On Forecasting Bank Deposits, The Adaptive Expectations Formulation, Bank Earnings, Costs, and Rates of Return, Some Prescriptive Conclusions for Improving Commerical Bank Earnings, Bank Bahvior and Macroeconomic Credit Flows.
Author(s): Donald D. Hester and James L. Pierce
This book is intended for the Money and Banking course and is the first Money and Banking text to emerge from the financial crisis of 2007-2008 with ample coverage.
Author(s): Dr Robert E. Wright
This book is intended mainly as a text book for Students, and it is hoped that it may be of some assistance to those who are reading for the Examinations held under the auspices of the Institute of Bankers.
Author(s): Ernest Sykes
Banks have traditionally been in the forefront of harnessing technology to improve their products, services and efficiency. This report explains the following topics related to internet banking: Internet Banking - a new medium, International experience, The Indian Scenario, Types of risks associated with Internet banking, Technology and Security Standards For Internet Banking, Legal Issues involved in Internet Banking, Regulatory and supervisory concerns.
Author(s): RBI, India
This note covers the following topics related to Indian banking field: Industry scenario of Indian Banking Industry, Aggregate Performance of the Banking Industry, Implications of Some Recent Policy Measures, Challenges Facing by Banking Industry, Users of Banking Services, Bank Marketing In the Indian Perspective, Bank Marketing Mix and Strategies, Challenges to Indian Banking and Strategic options to cope with the challenges.
Author(s): Shodhganga INFLIBNET Centre
This book introduce the basic concepts, theories and issues related to banking and finance.
Author(s): Henry Dunning Macleod
This course note begins by answering the questions what is money and why are money and financial markets important to any smoothly functioning economy. The remainder of the first half of the course note develops the concepts of risk sharing, liquidity, and information to explain how interest rates are determined and how the financial system has evolved. The second half of the note examines the link between the financial system and the real economy. Topics covered include the determination of the money supply, the conduct of monetary policy, and monetary theory.
Author(s): David A. Latzko