Management of Indian Financial Institutions

ISBN Number : 978-93-5097-911-2

Student Price : Rs.925

Student Dollar Price : 37$

Library Price : Rs.1500

Library Dollar Price : 60$

Book Edition : Ninth

Year of Publication : 2019

No. Of Pages : 716

Book Weight :1272

About The Book

Drastically revised, innovated and systematically structures around managerial dimensions, kernel of the present edition is to capture dynamically changing policies, strategies and practices of Indian Financial Institutions and convey them to the learners in interesting and stimulating manner.

The revised edition is gravid with the following immanent features:
- The book presents unique melange of innovation keeping in view seismic changes in economic landscape of the country and abroad.
- The entire has been comprehensively revised and restructures so as to accommodate emerging concepts, skills techniques and mechanics pertaining to management of financial institutions.
- The present edition provides an incisive view of dynamics of various financial institutions in terms of vision, business models, innovative instruments, new architecture and new financial practices notices in recent years.
- Use of simple, lucid and crystal clear language and cogent style is an added advantage of the revised edition.
- The revised edition of the book will be extremely useful to practicing managers and learners of the commerce, management and other professional programmes.


Contents :

Section I : Introduction
1. Economic Growth and Financial Institutions
2. Global Financial Turmoil-Threat To Financial Stability
3. Types of Financial Institutions
4. Recent Development in Indian Financial System − An Overview
Section II : Management of Commercial Banks in India
5. Reserve Bank of India-Karnel of Indian Banking System
6. Commercial Banking in India − A Snap Shot
7. Retail Banking
8. Corporate Governance in Commercial Banks
9. Competitive Strategy to Meet Challenges to Commercial Banks in India
10. Commercial Banking Restructuring
11. Strategic Human Resource Management in Commercial Banks
12. Management of Capital Funds in Commercial Banks
13. Management of Deposits
14. Relationship Banking
15. Management of Loans In Commercial Banks
16. New Norms of Working Capital Financing By Banks
17. Inclusive Growth And Commercial Banks
18. Asset-Liability Management In Commercial Banks
19. Management of Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) in Commercial Banks
20. Operational Efficiency of Commercial Banks in India
21. Performance Budgeting in a Commercial Bank
22. Zero-Base Budgeting in a Commercial Bank (ZBB)
Section III : Management of Development Financial Institutions
23. Development Financial Institutions in India - An Overview
24. Project Evaluation by Development Financial Institutions in India
25. Performance Evaluation of All India Financial Institutions (AIFIs)
Section IV : Management of Investing Institutions
26. Insurance Industry in India
27. Strategic Policies and Practices of Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC)
28. Operational Policies and Practices of Mutual Funds
Section V : Non-Banking Finance Sector
29. Non-Banking Finance Companies
30. Micro Finance Institutions (MFIs)
Section VI : Management of Financial Services in India
31. Financial Services in India
32. The New Issue Market in India
33. Secondary Market in India
34. Merchant Banking in India
35. Venture Capital
36. Custodial Services in India
37. Credit Rating Services in India

About The Author

Professor R. M. Srivastava, a Ph. D. (1969) in the area of Financial Management from Banaras Hindu University (B.H.U.), has been Senior professor of Management and Head and Dean, Faculty of Management Studies, B.H.U. Prof. Srivatava is a prolific writer having made seminal contribution in the field of management through publications of research papers (118) and management treatises (13) on Corporate Policy and Strategic management, Financial Management, Management of Financial Institutions and Dynamics of Leadership.

Taking cognizance of his dexterous experience and expertise, Prof. R.M. Srivatava was nominated as Director by the Government of India on the Board of Northern Coal Fields (Coal India Group) and Expert Member of the All India Management Panel of the University Grants Commission and All India Council for Technical Education and Panel Member of Management in Ministry of HRD. He has also been appointed as Professor of Management by Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok.

Besides training and updating university teachers as UGC resource person and coordinating several Quality Improvement Programmes of AICTE, Prof. Srivastava has been regularly conducting in-company Management Development Programmes for managers of financial and industrial organizations to develop their skills and competencies.

Dr. Divya Nigam, Head, Department of Business Finance, International College of Girls, Jaipur, has had luminous academic attainments to her credit having all through first class career and doctored in the field of Indian Financial Institutions in 1998 from Banaras Hindu University. Dr. Nigam has been avidly associated with teaching financial markets and financial institutions and guiding doctoral dissertations. Dr. Nigam has published a slew of research papers in leading journals and periodicals of the country.

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