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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 »

Regulators of indian financial system Pdf

Financial sector regulators in India.Financial sector is backbone of the Indian economy as we need finance for each of the project that we want to accomplish. Some of the questions are asked relating the functions of the regulators of these financial institutions and their terms etc. here are some useful details to help the candidates in this. The major regular ... Read More »

CORE Banking Solution Details Banking Awareness

CORE banking solution details.Core banking solution simple called as CBS is very important concept in banking and currently all the commercial banks have started providing core banking solution to its customers. Candidates who have been preparing for the banking examination will need to understand the concept of core banking solution which will help them in written test as well as ... Read More »

Types of foreign currency accounts (Banking Awareness)

Types of foreign currency accounts.Foreign currency accounts are very important concepts which are asked in the examination often. This will also be helpful for all those candidates who have been preparing for the interviews. Candidates in large numbers are preparing for the interviews and all those candidates who want to appear for the interview of IBPS,PO should focus on the ... Read More »

Retail banking and its objective (Banking Awareness )

Retail banking and its objective.Retail banking in India is the most popular service that banks provide today. Retail banking is also known as wholesome banking as it constitutes different products like wholesale. Candidates who are going to appear in the clerk examination need to know a few important details about retail banking which has been discussed there. Candidates can download ... Read More »

Type of ATMs Banking awareness For IBPS Clerk

Important Banking awareness For IBPS Clerk 2015 Exam.Banking awareness different type of ATMs Money pledge.Candidates in large numbers have been preparing for the government job in banking sector and a lot of candidates have been looking for the banking awareness material. Some of the important terms and terminology related to the banking awareness have been given below and candidates can ... Read More »

SIDBI and functions (IBPS PO /Clerk Banking Awareness)

SIDBI Objectives and functions.Small Industries bank of India (SIDBI) was established in the year 1990 to rejuvenate the small scale industries and to help MSME grow in the country. There were various objectives for which it was formed and here are some of the details which the candidates need to know about the same. IBPS Banking Awareness SIDBI is formed ... Read More »

NABARD introduction (Banking Awareness)

NABARD An overview and introduction.¬†NABARD stands for National bank for agriculture and rural development and it has formed with the objective to provide loan to the farmers, artisans and very small scale income group and casual labors. Currently NABARD is the regulator of all the RRBs (Regional rural banks) and RRBs fulfill the objectives which were made for NABARD. RRBs ... Read More »

RBI cuts interest rates 2015 (Banking Awareness)

RBI cuts interest rates 2015.Reserve bank of India is the central bank of India and regulator of banking market in India. From time to time RBI adjusts the policy rates as per the conditions of economy in India and also to provide banks certain guidelines to be followed in the interest of general public and to safeguard their interest. A ... Read More »

Latest FDI investment limits 2015 in All Sectors

Latest FDI investment limits 2015.Foreign Direct Investment or FDI is overseas investment of any entity in the company of India. company directly invest into the Indian firm/ Company and the investment is called the foreign direct investment. One of the major forms of the social service was to nationalize the bank and other businesses in India but now the reduction ... Read More »