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    • INDIAN BANKING INDUSTRY
    • Financial Structure Commercial Financial institutions banks a. All-India financial institutions (AIFIs) a. Public sector b. State financial corporation’s (SFCs) b. Private sector c. State industrial development corporations (SIDCs) c. Foreign banks d. Cooperative institutions(i) Urban cooperative banks Nonbanking(ii) State cooperative banks financial Capital market(iii) Central cooperative companies intermediaries banks (NBFCs)
    • Magnitude Of BANK
    • Employment in BanksBank Group-Wise Distribution of Employees of Schedule Banks
    • Market Share of BankShare in Assets of Scheduled Commercial Banks
    • Technology in Banking
    • Key Player in Indian Banking SectorPublic sector banks• Allahabad Bank • Oriental Bank of Commerce• Andhra Bank • Punjab & Sindh Bank• Bank of Baroda • Punjab National Bank• Bank of India • State Bank of India• Bank of Maharashtra • State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur• Canara Bank • State Bank of Hyderabad• Central Bank of India • State Bank of Indore• Corporation Bank • State Bank of Mysore• Dena Bank • State Bank of Patiala• IDBI Bank Ltd • State Bank of Travancore• Indian Bank • UCO Bank• Indian Overseas bank • Syndicate Bank
    • Private banks• Axis Bank • Jammu & Kashmir Bank• Bank of Rajasthan • Karnataka Bank• Catholic Syrian Bank • Karur Vysya Bank• City Union Bank • Kotak Mahindra Bank• Development Credit Bank • Lakshmi Vilas Bank• Dhanalakshmi Bank • Nainital Bank• Federal Bank • Ratnakar Bank• HDFC Bank • SBI Comm& Intl Bank• ICICI Bank • South Indian Bank• IndusInd Bank • Tamil Nadu Mercantile• ING Vysya Bank Bank • Yes Bank
    • Foreign banks• The Royal Bank of Scotland • BNP Paribas• Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank • Calyon Bank• American Express Banking • Chinatrust Commercial Bank• Corporation • Citibank• Antwerp Diamond Bank • DBS Bank• AB Bank • Deutsche Bank• Bank International Indonesia • Hongkong & Shanghai• Bank of America Banking Corpn• Bank of Bahrain & Kuwait • JP Morgan Chase Bank• Bank of Ceylon • JSC VTB Bank• Bank of Nova Scotia • Krung Thai Bank• Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ • Mizuho Corporate Bank• Barclays Bank • Mashreq Bank
    • Opportunity in Indian Banking Sector• Pension fund industry in India grew at a CAGR of 122.44% from 1999-00 to 2006-07.• Rural and semi-urban India is expected to account for 58.33% of the insurance sector by 2010.• Debit cards and Credit cards.• Rural and semi-urban centers account for 66% of total bank branches.
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    • Overview of HDFC Bank Housing Development Finance Cooperation Ltd. 1st – Bank to receive an “in principle approval” from RBI. Incorporated in August 1994,in the name of “HDFC Bank Ltd.” 1st – Registered Office in Mumbai HDFC Bank commenced operations as a Scheduled Commercial Bank in January 1995. 13
    • Business FocusMISSION : “World Class Indian Bank”. OBJECTIVE : Maintain Ethical Standards, Professional Integrity &Cooperate Governance.Business Philosophy : Based on 4 Core Values - a) Operational Excellence b) Customer Focus c) Product Leadership d) People 14
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    • Wide Range of Products  Loan Products: Depository Products Other Products / Services: - - Auto Loans - Savings - POS Terminals• RETAIL - Loans against Securities - Current - Debit Cards V - Personal Loans - Credit Cards - Fixed Deposits - Depository Accounts - Mutual Fund SalesBANKING - 2-Wheeler Loans - Home Loans - Insurance Sales - NRI Services - Commercial Vehicles Finance - Bill Payment Services Commercial Banking: Transactional Banking: Key Segments: - Working Capital - Cash Management - Credit Substitutes - Custodial Services - Large corporateWholesale - Term Loans - Bill Collection - Clearing Bank Services - Supply Chain - Forex & Derivatives - Correspondent - Emerging Coop Banking - Wholesale Deposits - Letters of Credit Banking - Tax Collections - Financial Inst - Government - Guarantees - Banker to public issues Products: Other Functions: - Foreign Exchange - Asset Liability Management Treasury - Debt Securities -- Derivatives - Statutory Reserve Management -- Equity One – Stop Shop to meet Diverse Customer Needs 16
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    • MERGER OF CBOP WITH HDFC BANK
    • CBoP = HDFC On May 23, 2008, theamalgamation of Centurion Bankof Punjab with HDFC Bank wasformally approved by RBI. Shareholders of CBoP received 1share of HDFC Bank for every 29shares of CBoP, valuing CBoP at INR95bn. The balance sheet size of thecombined entity would be over Rs.1,63,000 crore. 19
    • KEY PERSONS CHAIRMAN- K.V. KAMATH M.D. & CEO- CHANDA KOCHHAR 21
    • “Perfection in Power”VISION To be the leading provider of financial services in India & a global player.MISSION We will leverage our people, technology, speed & financial capital to:1. Be the banker of first choice for our customers by delivering high quality, world class products & services.2. Expand the frontiers of our business globally.3. Maintain high standards of governance & ethics.4. Create value for our stake holders. 22
    • VALUES 23
    • HISTORY Founded in 1955. Incorporated at the initiative of World Bank, GOI & Representatives of Industry. Objective was to provide financial assistance to Business projects. Earlier known as “Industrial Credit & Investment Corporation of India”. 24
    • OVERVIEWOffers a wide range of products & financial services. ICICI BANK- Second largest bank. ICICI PRUDENTIAL- Largest private sector insurance company. ICICI LOBARD- Largest private sector general insurance company. ICICI SECURITIES- Largest equity house in the country. ICICI PRU AMC- Third largest mutual fund. ICICI VENTURE- One of the largest private equity firms. 25
    •  India’s second largest bank. Biggest private sector bank. Introduced the concept of DSA & DST. Focus on retail banking as a driver for growth. Introduced the concept of branding in Indian Banking Industry. HQ BANDRA KURLA COMPLEX, MUMBAI 26
    • MARKETING STRATEGY To make its presence more prominent Focus on credit quality To create awareness about products through advertisement To maintain its brand of a global bank 27
    • FUTURE PLANNING & CHALLENGES To revive growth after the sub-prime crisis To increase its presence across India through mergers. To restore customer’s faith To maintain its brand & position of its subsidiaries To capitalize on its strength i.e. maintain its place globally To reduce the operating expenses, NPL &NPA. 28
    • LAST 5 YEAR PERFORMANCE 350000 Rs. crore 300000 250000 200000 R&S 150000 Net Assets Loan Funds 100000 50000 0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 29
    • LAST 5 YEAR PERFORMANCE 45000 Rs. crore 40000 35000 30000 25000 Income 20000 Expenses 15000 Profit 10000 5000 0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 30
    • Strengths Weakness ICICI BankThreats Opportunity
    • Conclusion
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