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Risk Management in Indian Banking sector

Bankersadda Banking Awareness Of Risk Management in Indian Banking sector.Risk Management in banking sector is related to various credit risks which the banks may likely to face. There are many risks related to liquidity, market, market risk, credit risk, interest risks etc. Here we are going to explain these risks in detail which will be helpful for the candidates who ... Read More »

Advantage and disadvantage of Credit Cards

Read Here Advantage and disadvantage of Credit Cards .Credit cards are provided by the banks to those customers whose credit rating is higher and satisfactory as per the slabs maintained by them. Credit card is a source of plastic money in India and you need tot carry currency and cash with you but it is easier and convenient to carry ... Read More »

Important details about NBFCs in india

Non banking financial companies Important details about NBFCs.Non banking financial companies are the Companies which are established under company act 1956. These companies deal in the financial business and lending of money and investing. It does not accept any deposit and it also acts as a financial asset and contributes to the financial inclusion. Here are some of the important ... Read More »

Bandhan Bank What’s new in it (Banking Awareness)

Bandhan Bank What’s new in it.Bandhan bank is one of the private sector banks which have got the license currently from RBI to start its operations across the country. A lot of candidates have been preparing for bank examination and it is likely to be ask many questions form the Bandhan bank and here all the information has been arranged ... Read More »

Financial report for 2016 of PSBs for this quarter

Banking Financial report for 2016 of PSBs for this quarter.Reserve bank of India each year releases the financial report for public sector banks and it reflects the financial status of the bank. Financial status shows the growth the development or decay in the profit of the banks after the tax. A lot of candidates have been preparing for the banking ... Read More »

RBI 7 monetary policy tools in Hand for exam 2016

Important RBI 7 monetary policy tools in Hand for exam 2016.Here are 7 monetary policy tools which are used by the Reserve bank of India to control the money and market in the country. Reserve bank of India is the guardian of Indian banks and it implements various policy for the banks to work in the interest of general public. ... Read More »

RBI monetary policy for bank interviews

RBI monetary policy for bank interviews.Reserve bank of India is the apex bank of India and it formulates the monetary policy of the country based in growth and development condition of the country. Here are complete details of monetary policy which the candidates need to know and candidates will have to understand it which will help them in the interview ... Read More »

Canara bank details (Banking Awareness)

Canara bank details for the examination.Canara bank is one of the public sector commercial bank which has its branches across the country. It has also various foreign branches across many countries. Candidates who have been preparing for the banking examination will need to know some of the useful details about Canara bank which will help them in their examination as ... Read More »

Bank of Baroda Know your bank (Banking Awareness )

Bank of Baroda Know your bank.Bank of Baroda is one of the public sector banks and one of the most prominent commercial banks. Candidates who have been preparing for the banking examination should know some of the useful details related to it. It is because that they should be aware of the important facts about the bank. This is helpful ... Read More »

Basel II and Basel III Norms for Indian Banks

Basel II and Basel III norms for bank examinations.Basel norms have been made by the Basel committee of banking supervision which is in Switzerland. It was made to make the banks financially stronger and to pint out the problems with the risk management and to make banks more tolerant to the risk and risk management processes. Basel II and Basel ... Read More »