Impact of Demonetization on Central Bank (RBI) Autonomy in India

Project/Slides/Presentation Transcript   Topic: Demonetization Impact on Central Bank Autonomy INDEPENDENCE OF CENTRAL BANKS Central Bank Autonomy refers to the extent of freedom realised by the central bank in its functioning, independent of executive and legislative control. It implies operational freedom. A central bank is said to be independent or autonomous if it is free from any kind of political […]

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Credit Control By RBI / Central Bank – Objectives, Tools, Importance

Credit control is an important tool of the monetary policy used by Reserve Bank of India (central bank) to control the demand and supply of money and flow of credit in an economy. RBI keeps control over the credit created by commercial banks. Objectives of Credit Control The primary objective according to RBI is ‘to control inflationary tendencies present in the […]

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Commercial Banks – Types, Functions, Role in Economic development

Commercial Banks comprise of public sector banks, private sectors banks and foreign banks which represent the most important financial intermediaries in the financial system of a country. Commercial Banks play a crucial role in the banking industry of a country. A commercial bank is an institution whose debts are widely accepted in settlement of other people`s debt to each other. […]

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What are Securities & Types of Securities

Securities refer to an investment that can be freely traded in the market and provides a right or claim on an asset and all future cash flows generated by that asset. According to Securities Contracts Regulation Act, 1956, “securities include shares, scrips, stocks, bonds, debentures, debenture stock or other marketable securities of a like nature in or of any incorporated company or […]

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Financial Markets – Money Market & Capital Market

Marketplaces setup to carry out financial activities are known as Financial Markets. A Financial Market is any marketplace where buyers and sellers get together to participate in trading of financial assets such as shares, bonds, currencies and other financial instruments. Financial markets are characterized by transparent pricing, regulation on trading, Underwriting costs and fees, and operation of market forces which […]

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Banking System of Canada

  Project/Slides/Presentation Transcript Topic: Banking System of Canada INTRODUCTION The Banking System of Canada is the most efficient and safest banking system in the world. Canadian banks were handed a score between 1.0 (insolvent and possibly requiring a government bailout) and 6.8 on 7.0 (healthy, with sound balance sheets) Highest number of ABMs per capita in the world Banks provide […]

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Non Banking Financial Company (NBFC) in India – Role and Importance

Non Banking Financial Company (NBFC) A Non Banking Financial Company is a financial institution that does not have a full banking license and facilitates bank related financial services.  It means – (a) A financial institution that is a company (b) A Non-banking institution that is a company whose principal business is the receiving of deposits (c) Such other institution registered […]

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