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    • INDIAN FINANCIAL SYSTEM
      • Land
      • Building
      • Equipments
      • Inventories
      • Durables
        • Financial Assets
      Real Assets
      • Equity Instruments
      • Debt Instruments
      • Deposits
      • Insurance Policies
      • Units
      • Pension Reserves
      • Surplus Units
      • Household
      • Rest of the world
      • Deficit Units
      • Government
      • Corporate
      Financial System
      • Role of Financial System
      • Linking saving and investment
      • Accelerating the rate of savings & investment by offering diversified financial services and instruments
      • Larger production of goods and services
      • Economic Growth
      • FINANCIAL SYSTEM
      • A financial system is a set of :
      • * institutions,
      • * instruments and
      • * markets
      • which foster savings and channels them to their most efficient use.
      • The system consists of :
      • * individuals (savers),
      • * intermediaries,
      • * markets and
      • * users of savings.
    • Indian Financial System Formal / Organized Financial System Informal / Unorganized Financial System Regulators MoF, RBI, SEBI , IRDA
      • Financial Markets
      • Capital Market
      • Money Market
      • Financial Intermediaries
      • Banking Institutions
      • Non Banking Institutions
      • Money lenders
      • Local Bankers
      • Traders
      • Landlords
      • Pawn Brokers
      • RECENT REFORMS IN THE INDIAN FINANCIAL SYSTEM
      • Deregulation of interest rates paid on deposits with commercial banks by RBI
      • Introduction of on-line trading in capital mkt .
      • Measures taken to protect the investors and improve the transparency
      • Introduction of modern financial instruments to elicit interest from broad range of savers
      • Improving financial soundness and credibility of banks by adopting capital adequacy norms in relation to the risks to which the banks are exposed . Prudential norms for income recognition and provision of bad debts.
      • Measures to control volatility
      • Laying down insider regulations to protect integrity of markets
      • Dematerializing share
      • Wide dissemination of the information
      • Thank you