ADVANCESLearning Objectives :To explain the different kinds of advances.Structure:1.1    Introduction.1.2    Secured Loans...
ADVANCES1.1 Introduction- Banking“ the acceptance for the purpose of lending or  investment , of deposits from the public,...
ADVANCES1.1 IntroductionThe rate of income from              lending or   investment , is    greater thanthe rate allowed ...
ADVANCES1.1 IntroductionThe rate of income from                 lending, is    greaterthan              the rate of income...
ADVANCES1.1 Introduction                     A bank’s strength is,                            therefore,                  ...
ADVANCES1.2 Secured Advances“ A loan or advance made on the security of  assets, the market value of which is not at  anyt...
ADVANCES1.2 Secured Advances   Banks try to make secured advances as it      reduces their risk. The stronger the         ...
ADVANCES1.2 Secured AdvancesTypes of security -‫‘ ﺖ‬primary’      one offered by the borrower   herself.‫ﺖ‬    ‘collateral...
ADVANCES1.2 Secured AdvancesDistinguishing features –‫ ﺖ‬A charge on any such assets offered as security must be created i...
ADVANCES1.2 Secured AdvancesDistinguishing features –‫ﺖ‬    The market value of security in the form    of wasting assets ...
ADVANCES1.3 Unsecured Advances‫ﺖ‬     Are loans without any security from the    borrower.‫ﺖ‬      Such advances are arran...
ADVANCES1.4 Partly Secured Advances‫ﺖ‬      Are loans with      security from            the    borrower that does not ful...
ADVANCES1.5 Status of a Banker‫ﺖ‬    For secured advances:       As a secured creditor, in case of       default, banker h...
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In this presentation you will be introduced to concept of “Banking” along with Types of Loans and advances.
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Banking - An Introduction

  1. 1. ADVANCESLearning Objectives :To explain the different kinds of advances.Structure:1.1 Introduction.1.2 Secured Loans.1.3 Unsecured Loans.1.4 Partly Secured.1.5 Status of Banker.Chapter One Advances & Credit Analysis 1
  2. 2. ADVANCES1.1 Introduction- Banking“ the acceptance for the purpose of lending or investment , of deposits from the public, repayable on demand or otherwise, and withdrawal by cheque, draft, order or otherwise.’Chapter One Advances & Credit Analysis 2
  3. 3. ADVANCES1.1 IntroductionThe rate of income from lending or investment , is greater thanthe rate allowed for the acceptance of deposits from the public.- This provides a source of income to banks.Chapter One Advances & Credit Analysis 3
  4. 4. ADVANCES1.1 IntroductionThe rate of income from lending, is greaterthan the rate of income from investment .- Thus lending, loans or advances provide a major portion of income to banks.Chapter One Advances & Credit Analysis 4
  5. 5. ADVANCES1.1 Introduction A bank’s strength is, therefore, dependant on the quality of its lending operations or advances.Loans or advances can be ● Secured. ● Unsecured or ● Partly secured.Chapter One Advances & Credit Analysis 5
  6. 6. ADVANCES1.2 Secured Advances“ A loan or advance made on the security of assets, the market value of which is not at anytime less than the amount of such loan or advance. ” - Secured loan or advance. - Section 5(n) - Banking Regulation Act, 1949.Chapter One Advances & Credit Analysis 6
  7. 7. ADVANCES1.2 Secured Advances Banks try to make secured advances as it reduces their risk. The stronger the security lesser the risk.examples –Loan on ‫ ﺖ‬mortgage of house [ or any immovable property]. ‫ ﺖ‬hypothecation of a vehicle. ‫ ﺖ‬pledge of shares or fixed deposit [ or any other title deed].Chapter One Advances & Credit Analysis 7
  8. 8. ADVANCES1.2 Secured AdvancesTypes of security -‫‘ ﺖ‬primary’ one offered by the borrower herself.‫ﺖ‬ ‘collateral’ one deposited by a third party to secure loan made to bank’s customer. ‫ﺖ‬ ‘tangible’ one that is visible, transferable etc. ‫‘ ﺖ‬personal’ promise from a borrower or guarantor.Chapter One Advances & Credit Analysis 8
  9. 9. ADVANCES1.2 Secured AdvancesDistinguishing features –‫ ﺖ‬A charge on any such assets offered as security must be created in favour of the banker.‫ﺖ‬ The market value of such security must not be less than the amount of the loan at anytime, until it is fully repaid. In case it becomes less, the advance is partly secured.Chapter One Advances & Credit Analysis 9
  10. 10. ADVANCES1.2 Secured AdvancesDistinguishing features –‫ﺖ‬ The market value of security in the form of wasting assets such as vehicles or machinery , decreases with passage of time due to wear tear. Banker must ensure that sufficient amount of principal of the loan is repaid periodically in a manner that amount outstanding is lower than the new realizable value of the security.Chapter One Advances & Credit Analysis 10
  11. 11. ADVANCES1.3 Unsecured Advances‫ﺖ‬ Are loans without any security from the borrower.‫ﺖ‬ Such advances are arranged based on borrower’s assurance to repay.‫ ﺖ‬Bankers rely on borrower’s reputation & credit standing. examples Overdrafts or personal loans to meet medical, holiday, education expenses.Chapter One Advances & Credit Analysis 11
  12. 12. ADVANCES1.4 Partly Secured Advances‫ﺖ‬ Are loans with security from the borrower that does not fully cover the amount of the advance.‫ﺖ‬ Such advances are arranged based on borrower’s reputation & credit standing and not necessarily because borrower has insufficient assets to offer as a security.Chapter One Advances & Credit Analysis 12
  13. 13. ADVANCES1.5 Status of a Banker‫ﺖ‬ For secured advances: As a secured creditor, in case of default, banker has right to sell assets over which a charge is created in his favour and recover advance from sale proceeds.‫ﺖ‬ For unsecured advances: The legal status is that of an unsecured creditor. In case of default he is at par with other unsecured creditors. The EndChapter One Advances & Credit Analysis 13
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