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  • 1. CAPITAL MARKET MATURE IN INDIA
    Rahul Tank
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
    Capital Market is a market in which securities are traded. Capital markets include the stock and bond markets.
    The different types of financial instruments are :
    Equity instruments
    Credit market instruments
    Insurance instruments
    Foreign exchange instruments
    Derivative instruments
  • 3. Financial Innovation in Global Capital Market
    Sudden spurt in financial innovation seen in recent years.
    World financial markets are intertwined in their performances.
    It has led to the development of new financial centers like Singapore, Middle-East (Dubai), Hongkongetc.
  • 4. Capital Market of USA
    It is considered as a very strong and developed capital market. It is the largest in the world.
    The list of stock exchanges in USA in given below: 
    New York Stock Exchanges
    NASDAQ
    Philadelphia
    Boston Stock Exchanges
    American Stock Exchanges
    Chicago Stock Exchanges
    New York Board of Trade
  • 5. Turnover velocity of various exchange
  • 6. INDIAN CAPITAL MARKETS – AN OVERVIEW
  • 7.
  • 8. Reforms in the Indian Capital Markets
    Derivative Trading
    Mutual Funds
    Dematerialization of Securities
    Technological Advancements
    FII’s
  • 9. Political
    Economical
    Social
    Technological
    Environmental
    Legal
    PESTEL Analysis: India Vs. US
  • 10. Maturity: A distant dream?
  • 11. Macro Economic Factors
    Financial Literacy
    FLEC (US), FSA Campaign (UK)
    Bureaucratic Hurdles
    Stringent Rules
    Corruption
    Lack of Participation
    Market Reach & Infrastructural Issues
    Low Per Capita Income (`44,345)
  • 12. Necessary Products
    India VIX – Real Time Calculation
    Forex – Currency Options
    Bond Market – Interest rate futures
    Freight Index
    Weather Derivatives
    Credit Derivatives
  • 13. Aashish Singhee
  • 14. REITs
  • 15. A FLIP SIDE
  • 16. Barings BankStrength to Bankruptcy
  • 17.
    • Loopholes in Risk management System
    • 18. Nick Leeson– Man who was turned Bank upside down
    • 19. He was an Operations manager, General Manager with Authority to Hire Traders and Back office staff
    • 20. They performed 2 types of trading :
    1. Transacting futures and options orders for clients or for other firms within Barings organization.
    2. Arbitraging price difference between Nikkei futures traded on the SIMEX and Japan’s Osaka’s exchange
    3. Hedging
    • By end of 1992, A/C 88888 was under water by 2 Millions GBP
    • 21. By end of 1993, A/C 88888 was 23 Million GBP negative
    • 22. By 1995, A/C 88888 was 827 Million GBP which made a BIG HOLE in Balance Sheet of Barings Bank
  • Amaranth Hedge FundWhat happens when your Friendly Banker becomes - PREDATOR
  • 23.
    • JP Morgan was prime broker (Clearing Firm)
    • 24. Amaranth Bet on energy future Markets
    • 25. JP Morgan was aware of the market
    • 26. Friend turned Foe
    • 27. Amaranth Hedge Fund sold to JP Morgan for
    $1.2 Billion
    • JP Morgan made $725 Million for its deal
  • CONCLUSION
  • 28. Thank you !!!
    Aashish Singhee