Development banks (by imsar rohtak)

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  • “… for providing financial assistance to exporters and importers, and for functioning as the principal financial institution for coordinating the working of institutions engaged in financing export and import of goods and services with a view to promoting the country’s international trade…” “… shall act on business principles with due regard to public interest
  • MULTILATERAL AGENCIES FUNDED PROJECTS OVERSEAS (MFPO) Information and support services to Indian companies to help improve their prospects for securing business in multilateral agencies funded projects. Dissemination of business opportunities in funded projects Providing detailed information on projects of interest Information on Procurement Guidelines, Policies, Practices of Multilateral Agencies Assistance for Registration with Multilateral Agencies Advising Indian companies on preparation of Expression of Interest, Capability Profile Bid Intervention PROMOTING INDIAN CONSULTANCY Tie-up with International Finance Corporation, Washington D.C. Eastern & Southern African Trade & Development Bank (PTA Bank) African Management Services Company (AMSCO), Netherlands Examples Gems & Jewellery Study - Zambia Financial Training Mission - Kenya Cement Project - Cameroon Software - Madagascar Wool Knitting - Vietnam Textile - Nigeria Refrigeration - Ghana Financial Training - Poland EXIM BANK AS A CONSULTANTFeasibility study for establishment of an export credit and guarantee facility for Gulf Cooperation Council countries. Regional cooperation in export finance and export credit guarantees for ESCAP. Study on promotion of international competitiveness and exports of manufactured goods for ESCAP. Setting up the Afrexim Bank Designing of Export Financing Programmes - Turkey Setting up an Exim Bank in Malaysia Designing of Export Marketing Seminars for SMEs in Vietnam Export Development Project: Ukraine Enterprise Support Fund: Armenia Establishing an Export Credit Guarantee Company in Zimbabwe Advisory services to Industrial Development Corporation of South Africa for international finance products Study on Projecting Mauritius as an Investment Hub for Indian Firms Blue Print for setting up of an Exim Bank in Zimbabwe KNOWLEDGE BUILDING EXIMIUS CENTRES FOR LEARNING - AHMEDABAD, BANGALORE AND PUNETo organise seminars and workshops in areas such as international trade & investment, export marketing, quality, packaging, business opportunities in multilateral agencies funded projects, sector and country specific programmes Guest faculty from network partners such as IFC, World Bank, EBRD, UNIDO, Asian Development Bank, African Development Bank, CBI, the Netherlands RESEARCH STUDIES Research Studies on products, sectors, countries, macro economic issues relevant to international trade and investment Number of research studies published as: Occasional Papers: 155; Working Papers: 1INFORMATION Exporters/Importers Industry/Market Reports Trade Regulations & Laws Country Reports International Quality Standards Partner Identification Product Display
  • Development banks (by imsar rohtak)

    1. 1. PRESENTED BY: PRANJAL SANDEEP SURYA IMSAR, ROHTAK
    2. 2. Special financial institutions For social and monetary development Emphasize on welfare of people
    3. 3. Foundations for Industrialization Help Small and Medium Sectors OBJECTIVES To assist Promotional Activities Meet Capital Needs
    4. 4. FUNCTIONS Financial Gap Fillers Undertake Entrepreneurial Role Refinance Facility Credit Guarantee Underwriting of Securities
    5. 5. Role of Development Banks Providing Funds Employment Generation Infrastructural Facilities Accelerating Industrialization Promotional Activities Development of Backward Areas
    6. 6. DEVELOPMENT BANKS IN INDIA IFCI OTHER COMMERCIAL BANKS ICICI SIDBI IDBI EXIM
    7. 7. ECONOMIC SITUATION IN 1947
    8. 8. IFCI Set up by government of India in JULY 1948 Management of IFCI 12 Directors 4 nominated by the IDBI
    9. 9. Agro-based industry (textiles, paper, sugar) Service industry (hotels, hospitals) Basic industry (iron & steel, fertilizers, basic chemicals, cement) Infrastructure (power generation, telecom services)
    10. 10. OBJECTIVES OF IFCI Promoting new Entrepreneur Indigenous technology Substitution of imports Input for increasing agricultural products
    11. 11. FUNCTIONS OF IFCI DIRECT FINANCING JOINT FINANCING
    12. 12. Finance to projects in less Development areas Funding to new entrepreneur Sub loans in foreign currencies Finance for Renewable energy systems Bridging loans
    13. 13. EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF INDIA ESTABLISHED • JAN. 01, 1982 • EXPORT IMPORT BANK OF INDIA ACT 1981 AUTHORISED CAPITAL • 200 CR. RAISING FUNDS • BONDS • DEBENTURES • BORROWING FROM RBI OR OTHER INSTITUTIONS
    14. 14. OBJECTIVES PROVIDING ASSISTANCE CORDINATING THE EXPORT ACTIVITIES PROMOTING INTERNATIONAL TRADE
    15. 15. ORGNISATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS (16) RBI (1) GOI (13) IDBI (1) ECGC (1) OFFICIES (15) DOMESTIC (9) OVERSEAS (6)
    16. 16. MAJOR PROGRAMS EXPORT CREDIT FILM FINANACE FINANCE FOR EOU EXPORT SERVICES
    17. 17. EXPORT CREDIT sdsdffsdfsdfsdfsdf FOR INDIAN COMPANIES FOR COMMERCIAL BANKS FOR OVERSEAS ENTITIES PRESHIPMENT CREDIT REFINANCING BUYER’S CREDIT PROJECT EXPORTERS REDISCOUNTING
    18. 18. FINANCE FOR EOU TERM FINANCE WORKING CAPITAL FINANCE EXPORT FINANCE •PROJECT FINANCE •EQUIPMENT FINANCE •IMPORT OF TECHNOLOGY •BILL DISCOUNTING •PACKING CREDIT •PRE-SHIPMENT CREDIT •POST-SHIPMENT CREDIT
    19. 19. FILM FINANCE FINANCE FOR FILM PRODUCTION FINANCE FOR FILM DISTRIBUTION/EXIBITION IN FOREIGN MARKET
    20. 20. EXPORT SERVICES KNOWLEDGE BUILDING ADVISORY SERVICES INFORMATION
    21. 21. Set up in Oct. 1989 Commenced operations from April 2,1990 Wholly owned subsidiary of IDBI
    22. 22. FINANCING COORDINATION SIDBI DEVELOPMENT PROMOTION
    23. 23. DIRECT FINANCE FIXED DEPOSIT INTERNATIONAL FINANCE BILL FINANCE SCHEME REFINANCE SCHEME
    24. 24. Fixed Deposit Scheme TIME PERIOD REVISED ANNUAL INTEREST RATES ..W.E.F.AUGUST 10,2009 (INTEREST % P.A.) FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 12 TO 13 MONTHS 6.50 7.00 14 TO 36 MONTHS 7.00 7.50 ABOVE 36 MONTHS 7.50 8.00
    25. 25. A N Y Q U E S T I O N S

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