With economic and financial sector reforms introduced in India since the early 1990s, the operating environment for banks in India has undergone a rapid change. Foreign banks have been operating in India for more than a century and a half. The operations of FBs received a considerable boost during the post-reform era beginning with the year 1993. In the emerging financial and banking scenario of openness and promotion of greater economic efficiency, the need for an expanded role and operation of foreign banks has gained further backing in India. The policy stance towards foreign banks has greatly been liberalised and the latest in the series being the declaration of the ‘Road Map of FBs'' by the RBI implying completely new avenues for growth and different prototypes of representations in India. In this context, it would be important to assess the financial health of the foreign banks. The present study seeks to pinpoint the strength and weaknesses of the select foreign banks under study and to have comparisons with the domestic banks in terms of growth, profitability and operational efficiency.6668 Руб.
This book examines, using DEA, the productivity performance trends of the Indian commercial banks for the post transition period: 1997 – 2001. Our broad empirical findings are indicative in many ways. First, the increasing average annual trends in technical efficiency for all ownership groups indicate an affirmative gesture about the effect of the reform process on the performance of the Indian banking sector. Second, the higher cost efficiency accrual of private banks over nationalized banks indicate that nationalized banks, though old, do not reflect their learning experience in their cost minimizing behavior due to inefficiency factors arising from government ownership. This finding also highlights the possible stronger disciplining role played by the capital market indicating a strong link between market for corporate control and efficiency of private enterprise assumed by property right hypothesis. And, finally, concerning the scale elasticity behavior, the technology and market-based results differ significantly supporting the empirical distinction between returns to scale and economies of scale, often used interchangeably in the literature.4763 Руб.
The role of banks in the financial system of any economy is significant for the growth and development. Banking reforms is the part of economic reforms which initiated in 1991-92. The main objective behind banking reforms is to promote a diversified, efficient, and competitive financial system with the ultimate objective of improving the allocative efficiency of resources through operational flexibility, improved financial viability and institutional strengthening. Reforms bring out so many changes in Indian banking industry like deregulation of interest rate structure, financial liberalization and introduction of prudential norms. To achieve the objective of globalization, foreign banks are allowed to enter in to India. This book dealt with the foreign banks operating in India and how they are impacted by the banking reforms in terms of their number, assets and profitability. The book has very concluding remarks of status, performance of foreign banks in India. This book is useful for academia as well as for policy makers in the field of economics, commerce and management.7678 Руб.
Globalization of Indian Economy has made the whole economy open, which has more multinational player in the era of the financial services. This has resulted in to the emergence of the global investment in financial sector. Government has now open up the doors of investments especially in the area of banks and insurance, which leads to competitive environment for the present players. Merchant banking is a much desired innovative step undertaken by the commercial banks in India. The need for merchant banking was stressed by the Banking Commission (1972). According to the commission, merchant banking institutions are to offer fund based and non-fund based services like syndication of financing, promotion of projects, investment management and advisory services to medium and small savers and to provide funds and trusts to various types etc. Their main function is to guide the preparation, planning, evaluation and execution of projects which are helpful to the growth of industries. This dissertation will be helpful to the students as well as the professionals.4763 Руб.
In India, Commercial Banks are broadly divided into public sector, private sector and foreign banks. Public Sector Banks include the SBI and its associate banks numbering eight (8) besides nineteen (19) nationalised banks. Thus there are 28 public sector banks in India. The public sector commercial banks (PSCBs) have a wide network through out the country having large number of branches. It provides loans and advances to various categories of people under various schemes and these banks are very supportive to government for its development programs. In recent years, there have been considerable pressures on the profitability of banks. Profitability is considered as an index of financial health. Banks are urged to generate sufficient revenue to meet the rising cost of funds. Profitability is a key result area where performance and results directly and virtually affect the survival. Therefore, this study analyses the profitability performance of public sector commercial banks in India.5735 Руб.
Performance Evaluation is one of the key features of any organization. Financial analysis is usually carried out to study the financial position of the company from the point of view of Shareholders, Debenture Holders, Customers, etc. The book has been written in accordance with the requirements of Students pursuing Masters or any research degree in the field of Commerce, Management or Banking Sector. This book is specifically for Researcher who wants to carry in depth research in the CAMEL approach. Present book is based on selected Indian Banks from Public, Private and Foreign sector banks. The book is divided into 5 chapters’ viz. Overview of Indian Banking Industry, Conceptual Framework of CAMEL Approach, Research Methodology, Analysis of Financial CAMEL Ratios and Findings and Conclusion.5735 Руб.
In 1992, the Reserve Bank of India launched banking sector reforms in India to create a more profitable, efficient, and sound banking system.The reforms include the competition enhancing reforms, reforms enhancing role of market forces, prudential reforms, supervisory reforms, institutional and legal reforms, reforms related to the customer service in banks, technological reforms, and the payment and settlement systems reforms.In the context of these banking sector reforms, the present book attempts to discuss the banking sector reforms in India and to analyze and compare the financial performance of commercial banks in India on various aspects such as profitability, liquidity, capital adequacy, assets quality, and off-balance sheet strength in post reforms era. Moreover, it also attempts to extract the financial ratios which significantly predict the financial performance of commercial banks.The book should be especially useful to banking officials, researchers in the area of banking and finance, stakeholders of commercial banks, or anyone else who is interested in understanding the dynamics of financial performance analysis.7678 Руб.
The Indian Banking Industry is going through a period of intense change where the global trends are affecting the banking business. The global financial crisis of 2008 has proved that India banking sector is robust and resilient. In this cut throat era of cyber age new vistas have been opened up for this sector. The study deals with a comprehensive evaluation of the Indian banks and examines the effect of reforms on the performance of the Indian Banking Industry. It covers the comparative growth, efficiency, productivity and profitability among giants of Indian banking sector i.e. public sector banks with the baby units of new generation banks i.e. new private sector banks with the post liberalization focus during the period of 1995-96 to 2007-08. This book portrays the performance of public sector and new private sector banks in India with the help of Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA), Herfindahl's Concentration Index and Profitability Indices. Multivariate Analysis has also been used to check the factors affecting the profitability of banks. This book is useful for academia as well as for economists, analysts and policy makers in the field of Commerce, Economics and Management.7280 Руб.
Indian merchants in Calcutta established the Union Bank in 1839, but it failed in 1848 as a consequence of the economic crisis of 1848-49. The Allahabad Bank, established in 1865 and still functioning today, is the oldest Joint Stock bank in India, It was not the first though. That honor belongs to the Bank of Upper India, which was established in 1863, and which survived until 1913, when it failed, with some of its assets and liabilities being transferred to the Alliance Bank of Simla. When the American Civil War stopped the supply of cotton to Lancashire from the Confederate States, promoters opened banks to finance trading in Indian cotton. With large exposure to speculative ventures, most of the banks opened in India during that period failed. The depositors lost money and lost interest in keeping deposits with banks. Subsequently, banking in India remained the exclusive domain of Europeans for next several decades until the beginning of the 20th century.7678 Руб.
Banks in India operate in a very different lending environment as compared to western banks. The government owns many banks in India and state intervention in bank lending is considerable in India. Conventional instrument based methods of risk evaluation have limited use for banks in India. This book uses a social risk evaluation process based on the notion of social capital and trust to examine the structure and working of Indian bank branches. The role of trust in the relationship between branch managers and loan officers is critically studied. A framework of trust between branch managers and loan officers is developed. According to this framework, a branch manager and a loan officer develop a trusting relationship because both branch manager and loan officer have incentive to trust each other due to risk in lending. Trust between branch managers and loan officers of bank branches depends on seven characteristics of trust. Trust contributes significantly to the improvement of lending performance of bank branches in India. The conclusions arrived in this study have important implications for the management of banks.7678 Руб.
The financial performance of scheduled commercial banks in general and the Bank of India in particular is the focal theme of the present investigation. For this purpose, the study has been started from the basic things like definition and meaning of a bank, history of evolution of banking, important milestones in the growth of Indian banking, classification of banks, various committees worked on banking industry, structure and functions of the banking industry and the like, are examined in detail. Later the study has focused exclusively on the basic information on the Bank of India as it stood on the forefront of development.. In contrast, the present study focuses its attention on the financial performance of public sector banks in general and Bank of India in particular. The study, instead of taking a large number of parameters took only financial parameters to evaluate the efficiency of banks.8432 Руб.
This research report which looks into several key factors which affect the financial performance with reference to profitability of Indian banking sector considering econometric approach using regression model to identify which of the financial indicators will have implications and which do not have implications on the financial performance of bank, more specifically related to profitability. To identify the expected results from the actual results we have used econometric approach or model using internal financial values such as Return on Assets, Return on Capital, Income Growth Rate and Profit per Employee and also used external factors such as GDP growth rate of 83 Scheduled Commercial Banks in three different sectors that is public sector, private sector and foreign banks operating in India. Along with that we have also used the financial values and ratios obtained by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and in analysis and interpretation of data those components are comprehensively explained and highlighted through graphs and table.4763 Руб.
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF DRDA PROGRAMMES – A STUDY OF SGSY PROGRAMME IN KADAPA DISTRICT OF ANDHRA PRADESH Concepts and Definitions of Rural Development - Objectives of Rural Development - Scope of Rural Development - Creating Social Consciousness - Collective decision making and Action - Committed Village Leadership - Use of Science and Scientific Knowledge - Development of agriculture and allied activities - Provision of Subsidiary Occupation and Incomes - Development of Village and Cottage Industries - Importance of Rural Development - The Japanese Experience - Historical Perspectives of rural development in India - Rural Development in the Pre-Independence Era - The Servants of Indian Society - Rabindra Nath Tagore's Rural Reconstruction Programme - Rural Reconstruction Programme of Mahatma Ghandhi - contribution of Christian missionaries in India towards Rural reconstruction - Efforts of individuals in India in the field of Rural Development - Rural Development in the Post Independence Era - Rural Development efforts during the plan era - Community Development Programmes - Intensive Agricultural District Programme (IADP) - High Yielding Variety Programme.7280 Руб.
The Indian banking and financial sector has a long history and 80% of banking sector in India is under the control of Govt. of India which recently introduced liberalized reforms opening floodgates to new private and foreign banks. This change created a major issue of competition effecting customer retention, employee retention and motivation. The data analysis of present study indicates that the managers in public sector organizations do not evince any ownership traits and fail to exhibit extra interest for winning the loyalty of their employees in times of global competition as against strategic approach of managing human resources by the private and foreign banks. The study is indicative of larger scope for enhancement of business by the public sector banks and they may adapt to village banking system as an innovation by using the existing employees instead of resorting to downsizing of staff through voluntary retirement schemes. There is a need for in depth study of HRM policies of State Bank of Hyderabad in view of the force field analysis, outdated disciplinary procedures and performance appraisal system.4763 Руб.
Banking has experienced dramatic changes over the last decade. Deregulation, financial innovation and automation have been major forces impacting on the performance of the banking sector. In this context banks are become increasingly concerned about controlling & analyzing these costs & revenues, as well as measuring the risks taken to produce acceptable norms. Till now, the performance of banks has become a major concern of planners and policy makers in India.This book will give an insight to the operation of Indian Banks after the liberalization period.The efficiency scores are being measured through Data Envelopment Analysis technique.5433 Руб.
The technological speculations in day to day competitive field of global markets that continually shifts and change markets through their actions.. Even in the 21st century in developing countries particular from Asia, Africa, and Latin America countries lacking of competitive strategies in the banking sector. The study of foreign banks concentration increases obstacles to obtaining finance, but only in countries with low levels of economic and institutional development. The emerging markets are the higher prices for financial products and less access to finance, especially for smaller firms. Others have shown that it can lead to the entry of fewer new firms, less growth for younger firms, and delayed exit for older firms. We analyze the global competition such as measures of market concentration, or the Herfindahl index (another measure of market structure), are commonly used as indicators of competition based on the Structure- Conduct-Performance paradigm. The international banking system need appropriate theoretical framework to measure the degree of competition and their strategies of foreign banks4763 Руб.