2. • Financial services refer to services provided bythe finance industry.• Services that are financial in nature.• The finance industry encompasses a broad rangeof organizations that deal with the managementof money.• Among these organizations are banks, credit cardcompanies, insurance companies, consumerfinance companies, stock brokerages, investmentfunds and some government sponsoredenterprises.Introduction
3. TYPES OF FINANCIAL SERVICESBankingservicesIssuance ofcheckbooksProvidepersonalloans, commercialloansATMsForeignexchangeservicesCurrencyExchangeForeignCurrencyBankingWiretransferInvestmentservicesAssetmanagementHedge fundmanagementInsuranceInsurancebrokerageReinsurance
4. TYPES OF FINANCIAL SERVICES• Fund or asset based financial services• Fee based financial services
5. Fund Based Services• The firm raises funds through debt, equity, depositsand the bank invests the funds in securities or lends tothose who are in need of capital.• The following are some of these fund-based servicessuch as:– Leasing and Hire Purchase– Housing Finance– Credit Cards– Venture Capital– Factoring– Forfeiting– Bill Discounting– Insurance
6. Leasing• A lease transaction is a commercial arrangementwhereby an equipment owner or Manufacturerconveys to the equipment user the right to usethe equipment in return for a rental.• In other words, lease is a contract between theowner of an asset (the lessor) and its user (thelessee) for the right to use the asset during aspecified period in return for a mutually agreedperiodic payment (the lease rentals).
7. Consumer Credit• Consumer credit is basically the amount of credit usedby consumers to purchase non-investment goods orservices that are consumed and whosevalue depreciates quickly.• This includes automobiles, recreational vehicles (RVs),education, boat and trailer loans but excludes debtstaken out to purchase real estate or margin oninvestment accounts.• For example, a mortgage for purchasing a house is notconsumer credit. However, the 52 inch television youput on your credit card is consumer credit.
8. Hire Purchase• A system by which a buyer pays for a thing inregular installments while enjoying the use of it.During the repayment period, ownership (title) ofthe item does not pass to the buyer. Upon thefull payment of the loan, the title passes to thebuyer.• A method of buying an article by making regularpayments for it over several months or years. Thearticle only belongs to the person who is buying itwhen all the payments have been made
9. Factoring• Factoring is a financial transactionwhereby a business sells its accountsreceivable (i.e., invoices) to a thirdparty (called a factor) at a discount.
10. Advantages of Factoring• Time Savings. Factoring can save you time and effort that wouldotherwise be spent on collecting from customers.• Good Use for Growth. The instant cash to generate growth, maybehiring another salesperson who will bring in more business. Orbuying an advertisement that will reach new customers. Or buying apiece of equipment that will accelerate production.• Doesn’t Require security. Unlike traditional bank loans, factoringdoesn’t require to risk your home or other property as collateral.• Qualify for More Funding. Factoring firms will typically give a cashadvance on up to 80% of receivables. That may be more than be ableto get from a bank.
11. Forfaiting• It is a form of financing of receivables relating tointernational trade.• It is a form of supplier credit in which an exportersurrenders possession of exportreceivables, which are usually guaranteed by abank on the importer’s country.• Forfaiting is a mechanism of financing exports:– by discounting export receivables– evidenced by bills of exchanges or promissory notes– without recourse to the seller (viz; exporter)– carrying medium to long-term maturities– on a fixed rate basis upto 100% of the contract value.
12. Bills Discounting• While discounting , banks buy the bill before itis due and credit the value of the bill after adiscount charge to the customers account.• There are two types of bill discounting– Import Bill Discount is a kind of short-term financeoffered by the bank to the importer according tohis demand upon receiving the bills under theletter of credit and the import collection items.– Export Bill Discounting is financing of money intransit supplied by the bank.
13. • According to the Indian NegotiableInstruments Act, 1881– The bill of exchange is an instrument in writingcontaining an unconditional order, signed by themaker, directing a certain person to pay a certainsum of money only to, or to the order of, a certainperson, or to the bearer of that instrument.Bills Discounting
14. • Housing finance is what allows for theproduction and consumption of housing.• It refers to the money we use to build andmaintain the nation’s housing stock.• But it also refers to the money we need to payfor it, in the form of rents, mortgage loans andrepayments.”Housing Finance
15. Venture Capital Financing• It is a fund that is available for investment inan enterprise which offers the probability ofprofit along with the possibility of loss.• Venture is a course of proceeding associatedwith risk whose outcome is uncertain.• Capital means the financial resources to startan enterprise.
16. Fee Based Services• The services wherein financial institutionsoperate in specialized fields to earn a substantialincome in the form of fees or dividends orbrokerage on operations.• The major fee based financial services are asfollows:– Issue Management– Corporate Advisory Services– Credit Rating– Mutual Funds– Asset Securitization– Stock Broking Services
17. Stock Broking• The process of investing in the share market,either individually or through a broker isknown as stock broking.• This is primarily done by opening a Demataccount.• If done through a broker, he opens anaccount, helping to operate through onlinestock broking facility.
18. Stock broker• Licensed agent who has to pass certain qualifyingtests to be certified to offer securities investmentadvice to investors.• He or she may– counsel what and when to buy– counsel whether to hold or sell securities,– execute buy-sell orders on behalf of the investors, and– charge a percentage of the transaction amountantsbrokerage fee for the services rendered.
19. Credit Rating• It is an opinion on the future ability and legalobligation of an issuer to make timelypayments of principal and interest on aspecific fixed income security.• As per credit rating agencies regulations 1999rating means– An opinion regarding securities– Expressed in the form of standard symbols– Assigned by a credit rating agency– Used by an issuer of such securities
20. CRISIL rates a wide range of entities, including• Industrial companies• Banks• Non-banking financial companies (NBFCs)• Infrastructure entities• Microfinance institutions• Insurance companies• Mutual funds• State governments• Urban local bodiesCRISIL: Credit Rating and Information Services of India Limited.