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Banks in india 2


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Banks in india 2

  1. 1. Seminar on contemporary management issue Commercial banks in India (A review) presented by Naveen sharma MBA Sem.II
  2. 2. IntroductionBank, bankerCommercial bankSchedule commercial banks
  3. 3. Evolution and progress of banking in IndiaEarly historyDuring the warsPost-independenceNationalizationLiberalizationCurrent situation
  4. 4. Indian banking system
  5. 5. Commercial banking system
  6. 6. List of commercial banks Public sector bankState Bank of IndiaAllahabad BankAndhra BankBank of BarodaBank of IndiaBank of MaharashtraCanara BankCentral Bank of IndiaCorporation Bank
  7. 7. Dena BankIndian BankIndian Overseas BankOriental Bank of CommercePunjab & Sind BankPunjab National BankSyndicate BankUnion Bank of IndiaUnited Bank of IndiaUCO BankVijaya BankIDBI Bank
  8. 8. Indian private banksAxis BankBank of RajasthanBharat Overseas BankCatholic Syrian BankCenturion Bank of PunjabCity Union BankDevelopment Credit BankDhanalakshmi BankFederal BankGanesh Bank of KurundwadHDFC BankICICI Bank
  9. 9. IndusInd BankING Vysya BankJammu & Kashmir BankKarnataka Bank LimitedKarur Vysya BankKotak Mahindra BankLakshmi Vilas BankNainital BankRatnakar BankSBI Commercial andInternational BankSouth Indian BankTamilnad Mercantile Bank Ltd.YES Bank
  10. 10. Foreign banks in IndiaABN-AMRO BankAbu Dhabi CommercialBank Ltd.American Express Bank LtdCitibankDBS Bank LtdDeutsche BankHSBC LtdStandard Chartered Bank
  11. 11. Main function of commercial banksA Acceptance of deposits Fixed deposit account Saving bank account Current accountB Advancing of loan Cash credit Call loans Over draft Bills discounting
  12. 12. C Agency function Collecting receipts Making payments Buy and sell securities Trustee and executorD General utility function Issuing letters of credit, travelers cheques Underwriting share and debentures Safe custody of valuables Providing ATM and credit card facilities Providing credit information
  13. 13. RESERVE BANK OF INDIAThe central bank of India.Established in april,1935.Objective- monetary stability, management ofcurrency and supervision of financial as well aspayments systemMain FunctionsMonetary FunctionsNon-Monetary Functions
  14. 14. Functions of RBI Monetary functions Non-monetary functionsa. Note issuing authority a. Collection and publicationb. Banker`s bank and lender of data of the last resort b. Regulatory andc. Banker to the government supervisory functiond. Custodian of foreign c. Development and exchange reserves promotion functione. Control of credit
  15. 15. State of Banking: 2006-07 It focus on the following five aspects of commercial banks Profile of Credit, Deposits Growth, Financial Performance, Financial Inclusion, Migration to Basel II norms
  16. 16. Contemporary and future issues in Indian bankingHigh capital inflows: an opportunity as well as achallengeTechnology is the keyGlobalization of financial servicesIndian Banks at the global stage
  17. 17. Will the stable conditions continue for the banks?Is size the only constraint for Indian banks?What is being done to prepare Indian banks to meetglobal challenge?Will M&A be Key Competitive Tool?
  18. 18. Thankyou