Financial Services in India

ISBN Number : 978-93-5202-787-3

Student Price : Rs.798

Student Dollar Price : 32$

Library Price : Rs.1650

Library Dollar Price : 66$

Book Edition : Third

Year of Publication : 2019

No. Of Pages : 600

Book Weight :980

About The Book

This book is sweepingly wide, covering as it does, the financial architecture including the Regulatory Authorities like RBI, SEBI, IRDI etc., finacial and non-finacial intermediaries in the finacial markets, alongwith a discusion on the markets, ranging from the call money market of one day, to insurance market of life time saving and investments and the players in the markets and the retail investors who are all covered in this book. The coverage of the book is so wide that it can be adopted for many subject in Financial and Commerce streams and for both graduate and undergraduate courses in universities and colleges in India. Both Domestic and foreign markets are covered as also banking and non-banking finacial services and the realated markets. The Financial Services, Financial Markets and marketing of these services have all found a place in this book.It can be used for many competitive examinations in the area of finance at the Central and State level.

 

Book Content of Financial Services in India
PART I : FINANCIAL SYSTEM
1. Financial System and Real System
2. Reserve Bank and Financial System
3. Saving and Investment for Growth
4. Financial System-Intermediation
PART II : RBI AND BANKING SYSTEM
1. Reserve Bank as Central Bank in India
2. RBI-Organisation and Functions
3. Reserve Bank:Its Role
4. Commerce Banking
5. Banks As Intermediaries
6. Credit Cards in India (Plastic Money)
PART III : NBFCs AND THIER SERVICES
1. NBFCs-An Overview
2. Growth of Non-Bank Finacial Services
3. Management of Financial Services
4. Merchant Banking
5. Mutual Funds
6. Venture Capital Funds
PART IV : FINANCIAL SERVICES IN INDIA
1. Lease, Hire-Purchase and Housing Finance
2. Credit Rating Services
3. Role of Registrars
4. Underwriting Services
5. Marketing of Issues
6. Custodian and Custodial Services
7. Factoring and Forfaiting
8. Insurance Services
9. Mergers and Acquisitions
10. Sample Case Studies on Companies
PART V : SEBI AND ITS REFORMS
1. SEBI and Investor Protection
2. Function of SEBI
3. Institutional Structure in Capital Market
4. Reforms and State of Capital Market
PART VI : FINANCIAL MARKETS IN INDIA
1. New Issues Market and Problems
2. Money Markets and its Instruments
3. Securities Trading Regulations
4. Instruments of Issue and Trading
5. Stock Market in India
6. OTCEI and NSE
7. Stock Market Operation and Functions
8. Trading in The Equity Market
9. DBIT(GILTED SECURITIES)Market
PART VII : MARKET INDICATORS AND PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT SERVICES
1. Security Market Indicators
2. Interest Rates - Theory and Structure
3. Basics of Portfolio Management Services
PART VIII : INTERNATIONAL MARKETS
1. Foreign Exchange Markets
2. Euro-Currency Markets
3. Exchange Risk Management
4. Exchange Management in India
5. Marketing of Financial Services
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About The Author

Dr. V.A. Avadhani, is a retired Adviser in the Reserve Bank of India and a past Director of Research and Training in the Bombay Stock Exchange. He was also a former Adviser in the Hyderabad Stock Exchange.

Dr. Avadhani was Gold medalist from Presidency College, Madras and had a brilliant academic record. He has done in his M.A. in Economics from Madras University and another M.A. from Bombay University by thesis in International Economics. He also holds a Law degree, LL.B. from the Osmania University. He took his Ph.D. degree covering both economics and finance in his comprehensives, from the University of Nebraska, USA. He also holds a certificate in the CAPITAL MARKET STUDIES from the NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF FINANCE, NEW YORK, USA. He is a certificated associate of the Indian Institute of Bankers - a professional qualification for practical bankers (CAIIB).

Dr. Avadhani has vast teaching and research experience at home and abroad. He taught "Money and Central Banking" at the RBIs Bankers Training College, Mumbai. He was visiting Professor at Bajaj Institute of Management, Bombay, Indian Institute of Management, Kolkata and a number of Management Institutes all over India. He taught at the University of Nebraska on Money Management and at the 10th SEANZA, Central Banking course as a Director faculty at Bangkok, Thailand. He studied the working of the Central Banks in Singapore, Australia, and Thailand, and the stock exchanges in New York, London, Singapore, etc.

Dr. Avadhani is a prolific writer. He has authored about twenty books and published about thirty research papers in various journals and financial papers. He developed training modules for brokers and investors and many Russian brokers and international delegates were trained by him including many mutual funds staff. He is considered an expert in the areas of Finance - Capital Markets, Money and International Economics.

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