Titel: Financial services in India
Banking in India, Financial services companies of India, Insurance in India, Narasimham Committee on Banking Sector Reforms, Sun Life Financial, Indiabulls, National Insurance Academy, Rural Electrification Corporation Limited.
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12. Juni 2011 - kartoniert - 60 Seiten
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 57. Chapters: Banking in India, Financial services companies of India, Insurance in India, Narasimham Committee on Banking Sector Reforms, Sun Life Financial, Indiabulls, National Insurance Academy, Rural Electrification Corporation Limited, Demat account, Chit fund, Eko India Financial Services, Muthoot, Banking in Karnataka, Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority, Motilal Oswal Group, Grama Vidiyal, National Payments Corporation of India, Life insurance in India, Atom Technologies, Reliance Capital, Export Credit Guarantee Corporation of India, UAE Exchange & Financial Services, Fullerton Securities, Power Finance Corporation, Financial Planning Standards Board India, Banking in Thrissur, Kotak Securities, Indian Settlement Systems, Larsen and Toubro Infrastructure Finance Company Limited, National Securities Depository Limited, Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services, CISR, Benchmark Asset Management Company Private Ltd, Reliance Venture, Welspun Investments and Commercials Ltd, Citibank India, Depository participant, Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana, Actuarial Society of India, ESAF Microfinance and Investments, Banking Ombudsman Scheme, BMR Advisors, India Infoline, Darashaw, Financial Technologies Knowledge Management Company, Zonal Training Centre, Fidelity International, Indian Institute of Banking and Finance, Banking in Kerala, Banking Frontiers, Central Depository Services Limited, Stock Holding Corporation of India Limited, Pigmy Deposit Scheme, Structured Financial Messaging System, BMR Managed Services, Housing Development Finance Corporation, State Bank of India Officers Association, Manappuram General Finance and Leasing Ltd, Indian Venture Capital Association, Onicra Credit Rating Agency, Interbank Mobile Payment System, National Institute of Bank Management, Indian Financial System Code, Value Research, Indian Banks' Association, IDRBT, Kerala State Financial Enterprise, Insurance Institute of India, All India Oriental Bank Officers Association, Aadhar-enabled payment system, Edelweiss Capital, All India Financial Institutions, ICICI Manipal Academy of Banking and Insurance, Bank holidays in India, List of venture capital companies in India, All India Bank Officers' Confederation, MITR ATM Sharing Network, Devolvement, Usance, Shriram Retail Holdings. Excerpt: From the 1991 India economic crisis to its status of fourth largest economy in the world by 2010, India has grown significantly in terms of economic development. So has its banking sector. During this period, recognizing the evolving needs of the sector, the Finance Ministry of Government of India (GOI) set up various committees with the task of analyzing India's banking sector and recommending legislation and regulations to make it more effective, competitive and efficient. Two such expert Committees were set up under the chairmanship of M. Narasimham. They submitted their recommendations in the 1990s in reports widely known as the Narasimham Committee-I (1991) report and the Narasimham Committee-II (1998) Report. These recommendations not only helped unleash the potential of banking in India, they are also recognized as a factor towards minimizing the impact of global financial crisis starting in 2007. Unlike the socialist-democratic era of the 1960s to 1980s, India is no longer insulated from the global economy and yet its banks survived the 2008 financial crisis relatively unscathed, a feat due in part to t...