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Smt. Chandibai Himathmal
Mansukhani College
• Class : S.Y B.F.M
• Subject : EQUITY MARKETS I
• Semester : III
• Date :18/0...
Group Members and Their Roll
Nos.
Hitesh Kukreja
Navin Jethwani
Chunky Lulla
Hemanth Choudary
Laveen Paryani
Dinesh ...
Names of Projects :Bond Market
Financial Planning
World Bank
Investment Banking
Portfolio
Management

International
...
Bond Market
•
•
•
•
•
•

What is a Bond ???
Debt security
Negotiable certificate
Issued by corporations or the government
...
• Features of Bonds







Principal
Maturity
Coupon
Yield
Credit Quality
Price

• Some Types of Bonds
 Fixed Rate ...
Financial Planning

The word Financial Planning is a combination of Finance and planning
Finance
Finance is study of
•inve...
Why is it necessary ?
• Brings

out

real

and

expenses of a person
• Allocates funds properly

• Income Generation
• Gro...
World Bank (IBRD)
• Meaning of World Bank
An international Bretton wood financial institution Formed
for developing countr...
Organization structure of IBRD $
Objective
THE President

The Board of
Governors
•The President
•The Board of Governors
•E...
Investment Banking
• Meaning and Its Role
• Helps in Raising capital
• Deals With The Underwriting Of New
Issues
• Advises...
Organization Structure Of Investment
Banks
Front Office
Investment Bank

Middle Office

Back Office
Top 10 Investing Banks
Rank

Company
1

J.P Morgan

2

Bank OF America Merrill lynch

3

Goldman Sachs

4

Morgan Stanley
...
Bonds

Stock

Shares

Mutual fund

PORTFOLIO

Cash
Debt. Market
Money Market
Financial
Market

Debt Market

Central Govt.

G-Securities
State Govt.

Capital Market
Forex mar...
Portfolio management
Right investment policy
Minimum risk
Maximum return
Provide best investment solution to client
TYPES OF PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
 Active portfolio management
 Passive portfolio management
 Discretionary Portfolio manag...
International Monetary Fund
•It is an international organization created in 1945
To supervise global economic affairs
To...
OBJECTIVES of The International
Monetary Fund Are As Follows:






To Mobilise Resources In The International Marke...
Benefits of debt markets
•
•
•
•
•
•

Safety
Liquidity
Fixed income
Convenience
Simplicity
Diversification
Asset and liability management
• A technique companies employ in coordinating the
management of assets and liabilities so ...
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  1. 1. Smt. Chandibai Himathmal Mansukhani College • Class : S.Y B.F.M • Subject : EQUITY MARKETS I • Semester : III • Date :18/07/2012 Submitted to, Prof. Riya Nathani
  2. 2. Group Members and Their Roll Nos. Hitesh Kukreja Navin Jethwani Chunky Lulla Hemanth Choudary Laveen Paryani Dinesh Wadhwa Dinesh Dulani • DIVYA SINGH Roll No. 55 Roll No. 22 Roll No. 54 Roll No. 09 Roll No. 49 Roll No. 51 Roll No. 50 Roll No. 53
  3. 3. Names of Projects :Bond Market Financial Planning World Bank Investment Banking Portfolio Management International Monetary Debt. Market Asset Liability Management
  4. 4. Bond Market • • • • • • What is a Bond ??? Debt security Negotiable certificate Issued by corporations or the government creditor stake Defined Period • • • • Who are the Issuers of Bonds ??? Municipal Corporate Zero Coupon
  5. 5. • Features of Bonds       Principal Maturity Coupon Yield Credit Quality Price • Some Types of Bonds  Fixed Rate Bonds  Floating Rate bonds  Junk bonds
  6. 6. Financial Planning The word Financial Planning is a combination of Finance and planning Finance Finance is study of •investors allocate their assets •under conditions of certainty and uncertainty planning Planning in simple words mean •To decide the objectives to be achieved in future
  7. 7. Why is it necessary ? • Brings out real and expenses of a person • Allocates funds properly • Income Generation • Growth of economy • To Beat Inflation potential
  8. 8. World Bank (IBRD) • Meaning of World Bank An international Bretton wood financial institution Formed for developing countries to provide  Loan Facilities  Technical Knowledge  Managerial skills  Other facilities • Need for World Bank     Build capacity Create infrastructure Develop financial system Combat corruption
  9. 9. Organization structure of IBRD $ Objective THE President The Board of Governors •The President •The Board of Governors •Executive Directors THE Executive Directors - Robert B Zoolick - Supreme Body Of The Bank - 25 Directors Present objective World Bank Is : To Provide Assistance To Developing Countries To Bring Industrial /Economic Growth Development For The Welfare Of Their People
  10. 10. Investment Banking • Meaning and Its Role • Helps in Raising capital • Deals With The Underwriting Of New Issues • Advises Corporations • Provides Underwriting Facilities
  11. 11. Organization Structure Of Investment Banks Front Office Investment Bank Middle Office Back Office
  12. 12. Top 10 Investing Banks Rank Company 1 J.P Morgan 2 Bank OF America Merrill lynch 3 Goldman Sachs 4 Morgan Stanley 5 Credit Suisse 6 Deutsche Bank 7 Citi Bank 8 Barclays capital 9 UBS(Union bank of Switzerland) 10 BNP Paribas (Banque National De Paris)
  13. 13. Bonds Stock Shares Mutual fund PORTFOLIO Cash
  14. 14. Debt. Market Money Market Financial Market Debt Market Central Govt. G-Securities State Govt. Capital Market Forex market Features of Debt market – Raising Debt – Strong and safe market – Good returns – Safe investment
  15. 15. Portfolio management Right investment policy Minimum risk Maximum return Provide best investment solution to client
  16. 16. TYPES OF PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT  Active portfolio management  Passive portfolio management  Discretionary Portfolio management services  Non-Discretionary Portfolio management services
  17. 17. International Monetary Fund •It is an international organization created in 1945 To supervise global economic affairs To give financial advice To aid to its member countries. Formation Adopted: July 22, 1944 Entered into force: December 27, 1945 (66 years ago) Type International Economic Organization Headquarters Washington, D.C. Membership 1 nation (founding); 188 nations (to date) Official languages English, French, and Spanish Managing Director Christine Lagarde Main organ Board of Governors Website www.imf.org IMF "Headquarters" in Washington, D.C.
  18. 18. OBJECTIVES of The International Monetary Fund Are As Follows:      To Mobilise Resources In The International Market To Provide Long Term Loans To Credit Worthy Countries To Provide Technical Assistance To Remove all restrictions on foreign exchange To Assist In Basic Infra-structure There by Improving Standard Of Living Of People • India And IMF  Largest receiver of world Bank Assistance  Financial Assistance For Development  Avoided Asian Financial Crisis
  19. 19. Benefits of debt markets • • • • • • Safety Liquidity Fixed income Convenience Simplicity Diversification
  20. 20. Asset and liability management • A technique companies employ in coordinating the management of assets and liabilities so that an adequate return may be earned. • Risk – Interest rate risk – Exchange rate risk – Credit risk – Equity risk
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