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  1. 1. Merchant Banking
  2. 2. Contents: Definition : Banking Merchant Banking : Origin About Merchant Banking Services of Merchant Banking Difference b/w commercial & merchant banking. Institutes offering Merchant Banking
  3. 3. Definition: Banking Business activity of an financial advisory that accepts deposits and channels those deposits into lending activities, either directly or through capital markets. Few Services Offered: a) Savings/Current account b) Home/Personal loan c) Mutual fund d) collect cheques, drafts & notes.
  4. 4. Merchant Banking: Origin Merchant Banking came into existence in 17th & 18th century in Italy & France. Merchant banking in the modern era started from London; Merchants started to finance the foreign trade through acceptance of bill. Merchant Banking officially came to India through Grindlays Bank in 1967. Recognized the requirements of upcoming class of Entrepreneurs for diverse financial services.
  5. 5. Merchant Banking: Contd. Few Other Institutes who joined the bandwagon:-  Citibank Setup its merchant banking division in Indian in 1970.  Indian banks Started banking Services from 1972.  State bank of India started the merchant banking division in 1972.  Many other banks came after this like ICICI, Canara Bank, UCO bank etc.
  6. 6. About Merchant Banking Bank that deals mostly in international finance, long-term loans for companies and stock underwriting. Merchant banking primarily involves financial advice and services for large corporations and wealthy individuals. Merchant banks do not provide regular banking services to the general public. Merchant banks invest their own capital in client companies & provide services for mergers and acquisitions.
  7. 7. Contd. A merchant bank is sometimes said to be a wholesale bank, or in the business of wholesale banking. It’s because merchant banks tend to deal primarily with other merchant banks and other large financial institutions. As of today there are 135 Merchant bankers who are registered with SEBI, India. This includes Private, Public & Foreign players.
  8. 8. Services: Corporate counseling. Project counseling. Working capital finance. Portfolio Management. Restructuring strategies. Credit Syndication. Lease Financing. Some Other Services.
  9. 9. Services contd. Corporate Counseling: Set of activities undertaken for efficient running of an enterprise. Identifying areas of growth & diversification. Guiding clients on aspects like locational factors, organizational size, investment decision, choice of product.
  10. 10. Contd. Project counseling: It’s a part of corporate counseling & deals with analysis of project viability . Comprises of preparation of project report & deciding finance pattern for cost of project. Filling up of application form with significant information for obtaining funds.
  11. 11. Services contd. Working Capital Finance: Meeting the day-to-day expenses of an enterprise is working capital finance. Assessment of working capital requirements. Preparing necessary application to negotiation for sanction of appropriate credit facilities.
  12. 12. Portfolio Management. Making decisions for the investment of cash resources of a corporate enterprise in marketable securities. Decides quantum, timing & type of security to be bought. Help in achieving maximum return with minimum risk by proper combination of securities.
  13. 13. Restructuring Strategies. Deals with Mergers & Acquisitions. It’s a specialized service of Merchant bankers wherein they act as middle-men in negotiating between two companies. Offers expert evaluation regarding identification organizations with matching characteristics. Obtaining approvals from various authorities.
  14. 14. Services contd. Credit Syndication: Relates to activities connected with credit procurement & project financing. Estimates total cost of the project Drawing up of financial plan which conforms requirements of promoters & their collaborators. Selecting institutions for participation for financing.
  15. 15. Lease Financing. It’s an important alternative source of financing a capital outlay. Involves letting out assets on lease for use by the lessee for a particular period of time. Providing advice on viability of leasing & choice of favorable rental structure.
  16. 16. Other Services: Relief to Sick Industries: Rejuvenating old lines & ailing units by appraising technology, process etc. Evolving rehabilitation packages acceptable to financial institutions/banks. Exploring possibilities of mergers & acqusitions.
  17. 17. Other Services contd. Mutual Funds: It’s collective investment scheme that pools money from several investors & channels them into productive investments. Investing money in diversified portfolio of shares & debentures. Assuring Investors return in terms of capital appreciation.
  18. 18. Difference b/w Commercial & Merchant banks Commercial Banking  Merchant Banking  Catering needs of common  Catering needs of corporate man. firms.  Anyone can open an A/c.  It cannot be done.  Less exposed to risk.  More exposed to risk.  Related to secondary markets.  Related to Primary  It’s asset oriented. markets.  Plays the role of financers.  It’s management oriented.  Plays different roles like underwriting, portfolio etc.
  19. 19. Merchant Banking Advantages:  Disadvantages: Merchant banks perform functions  Merchant banks are really only for that cannot be carried out by large corporate customers, or businesses on their own. extremely wealthy smaller Merchant banks have access to businesses owned by individual traders, financial institutions, and clients. markets that companies or  Not all deals carried out by individuals could not possibly merchant banks meet with reach. unqualified success. By using their skills and contacts,  There is always risk attached to the merchant banks can get the best kinds of deal that merchant banks possible deals for their clients. undertake.
  20. 20. Institutes offering Merchant Banking Public Sector  Private Sector  SBI capital markets ltd  ICICI Securities Ltd  Punjab national bank  Axis Bank Ltd  Bank of Maharashtra  Bajaj Capital Ltd  Karur Vysya bank ltd  Reliance Securities  State Bank of Bikaner Limited and Jaipur.  Kotak Mahindra Capital  IFCI financial services Company Ltd ltd.  Yes Bank Ltd
  21. 21. Key Foreign Players Goldman Sachs (India) Securities Pvt. Ltd. Morgan Stanley India Company Pvt. Ltd. Barclays Securities (India) Pvt. Ltd. Bank Of America Citigroup Global Markets India Pvt. Ltd. DSP Merrill Lynch Ltd.
  22. 22. Thank You. By: Abhijit Swami chetan Mayank Akshat Subroto Sridip
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