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This presentation include Introduction, Origin, Indian scenario, Definition, Growth, category ,Prospectus, Function, Quality Problem and Guideline for Merchant Banking.

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      • Merchant banking
      • Presented by:-
      • Mr. Aaditya s. n.
      • Mr. brijesh tiwari
      • Mr. Gudnidhi patel
      • (xavier institute ,Xidas jabalpur)
      10/11/09 XIDAS, Jabalpur
    • INTRODUCTION
      • Investment Banking is an American Synonym of Merchant Banking;
      • Merchants used to attend to extending of loans and arranging finance for trade purposes;
      • As the time passed the banking assumed more importance and the merchants switched over to banking activities, hence the term merchant Banking took placed.
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    • Meaning
      • Merchant banking is a non-banking financial activity similar to banking;
      • Merchant banking is a fee based business, where the bank assumes market risk but no long-term credit risk.
      • These are financial institutions providing valuable solutions such as:-
      • Acceptance of bills of exchange;
      • Corporate finance;
      • Portfolio management;
      • Other non-banking services.
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    • definition
      • “ An organization that underwrites securities for corporations, advices such clients on mergers, and is involved in the ownership of commercial ventures”.
      • According to Mr. Rosenburg
      • “ Any person who is engaged in the business of issue management either by making arrangements regarding selling, buying or subscribing to the securities as manager; consultant adviser; or one rendering corporate advisory services in relation to such activities in the management”.
      • According to MOF, India
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    • Origin
      • In Britain started in the 13 th century when a few private firms engaged themselves in foreign trade and finance.
      • Based on the British model Dutch and Scottish traders started merchant banking.
      • In USA merchant banking was developed by the European bankers.
      • West Germany developed close link with the commercial banks thus offering variety of services to customers.
      • In 1972 merchant banking practice was started in South Africa
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    • Indian scenario
      • In 1857, the chartered mercantile bank of india started its operations.
      • During the 19 th century, the foreign bankers operated in India through the popular agency house called East India House.
      • National Grindlays Bank opened its branch in 1967.
      • SBI floated its merchant banking division in 1972.
      • Some of the banks which started Merchant banking are Central bank of India, BOI, syndicate bank, BOB, Standard chartered bank, ICICI, IFCI and IDBI etc.
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    • Functions
      • Issue Management Services – to act as Book Running Lead Manager/Lead Manager for the IPOs/FPOs/Right issues/Debt issues
      • Project appraisal;
      • Corporate Advisory Services;
      • Underwriting of equity issues;
      • Banker to the Issue/Paying Banker;
      • Refund Banker;
      • Monitoring Agency;
      • Debenture Trustee;
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    • Categories
      • To act as a merchant banker, a person or firm should hold a certificate granted by the regulator- the securities and exchange board of India. SEBI regulations provide for 4 categories of Merchant Bankers;
      • Category I: It Will take up activities associated with issue management.
      • Category II: Allowed to carry the roles of advisor, consultant, co-manager, underwriter and portfolio manager;
      • Category III: Allowed to act as underwriter, advisor, and consultant; and
      • Category IV: Only allowed to act as advisor or consultant.
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    • CAPITAL ADEQUACY NORMS : Category I : Rs. 5 crores Category II : Rs.50 lakhs Category III : Rs.20 lakhs Category IV : Nil
    • Services of Merchant Bankers
      • Corporate counseling;
      • Project Counseling;
      • Loan syndication;
      • Management of capital issues;
      • Advisory services to mergers and takeovers;
      • Consultancy to sick industrial units;
      • Corporate Advisory services;
      • Portfolio management;
      • Leasing; and
      • Issue Management.
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    • Principal steps in the issue of Prospectus
      • Design and vetting of prospectus;
      • Nature of instrument;
      • Pricing of the issue;
      • Appointment of underwriters;
      • Appointment of bankers;
      • Appointment of registrars;
      • Appointment of brokers and principal brokers.
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    • Qualities of Merchant Banker
      • Should have knowledge and information about the capital markets, trends in the stock exchange, psychology of the investing public, and technological and economical changes in the country;
      • Ability to analyze and evaluate various technical, financial, and economical aspects concerning the formation of an industrial project;
      • Safeguard the interest of the investing public. Integrity and maintenance of high professional standards are necessary for the success;
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    • Conti…
      • Should realize the changing environment of capital market and keep cordial relationship with the investors;
      • They should develop innovative capital market instruments for satisfying the changing needs of investors;
      • Must restrict, concentrate and develop their strength to keep costs under control.
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    • Filing of the prospectus
      • Printing and dispatch of prospectus and application form;
      • Filing of initial listing application;
      • Promotion of the issue;
      • Statutory announcement;
      • Collection of applications;
      • Processing of applications;
      • Allotment of shares;
      • Listing of the issue;
      • Cost of public issue.
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    • Problems of Merchant Bankers
      • As per SEBI guidelines, Merchant Bankers are authorized to undertake only issue related activities, which restrict their scope of activities.
      • Issuing companies do not adhere to the schedule in allotment and refund of application money thereby creating trouble for the image of these bankers at the investors.
      • Yet merchant banking is vast but should develop adequate expertise to provide a full range of merchant banking services
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      • SOME PROBLEMS OF MERCHANT BANKERS
      • SEBI stipulates high capital adequacy norms for authorisation which prevents young,specialised professionals into merchant banking business
      • Non co-operation of the issuing companies in timely allotment of securities and refund of application of money etc.. is another problem
      • Yet merchant banking is vast but should develop adequate expertise to provide a full range of merchant banking services
    • Guidelines for the Merchant Bankers
      • Should have qualification in finance, law or business management;
      • Should have adequate office space, equipment and manpower;
      • At least 2 merchant bank operations qualified persons to be appointed;
      • Should be fair in all transactions;
      • SEBI will supervise the activities of merchant bankers.
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    • Continue…
      • SEBI has laid responsibility on merchant banks for the true disclosures and factual statements made on the prospectus and the authenticity of such statements;
      • SEBI has the power to suspend or cancel the authorization of merchant bankers in case of any violation of the guidelines;
      • Merchant bankers should send quarterly reports on the public issue and rights issue on hand, the names of the companies, size of the issue, and other details;
      • Should abide by the code of conduct prescribed by SEBI;
      • For the issue over Rs. 100 crs, the number of BRLMs should be 4 to 5;
      • Merchant bankers should make an agreement with corporate bodies about their mutual rights, liabilities and obligations etc.
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    • Future prospects in India
      • Growth of primary market;
      • Entry of foreign investors;
      • Changing policy of financial institutions;
      • Development of debt market;
      • Corporate restructuring.
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    • References
      • http://www.answers.com/topic/merchant-banking
      • http://pnbindia.in/mbddetail.htm
      • Financial Services : Nalini Prava Tripathy, Prentice-Hall of India Pvt ltd.(Publisher)
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