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.
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
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.
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.
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
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
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