Indian Banking In The New Millennium

Indian Banking In The New Millennium

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This Book Focuses, Though Various Papers Of Learned Contributors, The Main Challenges Before Indian Banking Sector During Post-Reform Period With A Decadal Analysis And Bird S Eye Views. It Mirrors The Main Issues Like Restructuring, New Role In The Changed Scenario, Management Of Npas, Competition And Consolidation, Merger Process, Acceleration Of Productivity And Profitability, Asset-Liability Management Production Norms Improving Customer Service Ameliorating Public Grievances Proposed Basel Capital Accord, Risk-Management Risk-Based Supervision, Deregulation Interest Rates, Grant Of Financial Autonomy In The Area Of Credit, Entry Of Foreign Banks, Emergence Of New Private Banks, Universal Banking, Promotion Of Technology, Human Resource Policies, Post-Vrs Condition, Capital Adequacy Framework, Settlement Risk, Transparency Etc. Prevailing In The Present New Millennium In A Very Systematic And Comprehensive Manner And In A Simple Lucid, Critical And Analytical Style.This Book Shall Be Useful To All Concerned Especially To The Researchers, Teachers, Students Of Economics And Commerce And Employees Of Banking Sector, Policy-Makers Etc.The Task Force has recommended setting up of Co-operative Bank Service Recruitment Board and to evolve-sound personnel policies encompassing proper manpower planning in crucial areas like recruitment, placement, training, careeranbsp;...

Title:Indian Banking In The New Millennium
Author: M.P. Shrivastava Et Al.
Publisher: - 2004

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