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Banking Theory and Practice, 21/e

Banking Theory and Practice, 21/e

Vikas Publishing
  • 9789325969056
  • 1060 pages
  • Paperback
  • Book 599.00
  • 2013

Banking Theory and Practice covers the entire gamut of topics in the field of banking–from its evolution to the latest trends. The Indian banking system is undergoing unprecedented changes as a result of new legislations and reforms in response to the contemporary needs. The present edition has kept pace with these developments, including the changes in legislation, growing globalization of banking, as well as the expansion of the banking business to meet the needs of customers for a wider range of services. The book, which was initially aimed to serve the needs of undergraduate students, has over the years deepened and widened in both scope and contents. It is now an essential resource not only for undergraduate students, but also for professional bankers and those who pursue more advanced and practically oriented studies on the subject.

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  • Evolution of Banking Institutions
  • Commercial Banking
  • Central Banking
  • The Indian Joint-Stock Banks
  • Commercial Banks and Industrial Finance
  • Commercial Banks and Priority Sectors
  • Banking Legislations and Reforms I
  • Banking Legislations and Reforms II
  • Micro-finance
  • Changing Dimensions of Regulatory and Supervisory Framework
  • Factoring Services
  • Merchant Banking
  • Changing Profile of Indian Banking
  • The Foreign Banks
  • The Indigenous Bankers and the Moneylenders
  • Non-Banking Financial Institutions
  • Cooperative Banking
  • The State Bank of India
  • The Reserve Bank of India
  • The Money Market
  • Financial Stability
  • The English Banking System
  • The American Banking System
  • Principles of Foreign Exchange
  • The International Monetary Fund and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • Banker and Customer
  • Accounts of Customers
  • Cheques
  • Promissory Notes
  • The Paying Banker
  • The Collecting Banker
  • Customer’s Pass Book
  • Loans and Advances I
  • Loans and Advances II