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Evolution of banking

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HISTORY OF BANKING

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Evolution of banking

  1. 1. E volution of Banking • Pre-Independence • Post-Independence Owdh Commercial Bank(1881) Nationalization of Banks Imperial Bank of India brought Punjab National Bank (1895) under public ownership (1955) The Bank of India (1906), Bank of Baroda Formation of State BankLtd (1908), Central Bank of India Ltd (1911) Group (1955-59) Reserve Bank of India (1935) Emergence of New Private Sector Banks (1993)
  2. 2. STRUCTURE OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTION IN INDIA• Unorganized Sector or Non-Institutional Sources• Organized Sector or Institutional Sources
  3. 3. Non-Institutional Sources in India Money Lenders Professionals Non-Professionals Landlords Agriculturists Indigenous Bankers Professionals Marvaries Multanies Non-Professionals Traders Commission Agents Nidhis, Chit Fund
  4. 4. Organized Sector
  5. 5. Bankinginstitution Commercial bank Public sector bank State bank group State bank of India subsidiary banks Nationalized bank Private sector bank Indian Foreign Old private sector banks new private Sector banks Regional rural banks Cooperative bank State cooperative bank DistrictCooperative Bank Primary Credit Societies
  6. 6. Bankinginstitution Commercial bank Public sector bank State bank group State bank of India subsidiary banks Nationalized bank Private sector bank Indian Foreign Old private sector banks new private Sector banks Regional rural banks Cooperative bank State cooperative bank DistrictCooperative Bank Primary Credit Societies
  7. 7. Commercial Banks Public Private sector bank sector bankState bank Nationalized Indian Foreign group bank •Abn Amro State bank Old private new private •Yes Bank Punjab National Bank of India sector banks Sector banks •Citi Bank •HSBC Bank •HDFC Bank Ltd •Karur Vysya Bank Subsidiary •ICICI Bank Ltd •Lord Krishna Bank banks •IndusInd Bank Ltd •Fedral Bank •UTI Bank Ltd
  8. 8. SE RVICE S PROVIDE D BY THE PRIVATE SE CTOR BANKS Corporate Bank Services / 24-Hours Phone Banking Wholesale Banking Services Bill Pay Retail Banking Safe Deposit Lockers Saving Bank Account Debit Cards & Credit cards Fixed Deposit Free Investment Advisory Current Account Services Corporate Salary Account Banking Through Mobile Phones Internet Banking Services Free Home Services Demat Services Bancassurance, etc Inter Branch Network Automated Teller Machine (ATM)

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