RBI CONCEPT:OBJECTIVES OF MANAGEMENT#21

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Objectives of Management:

The primary objective of management is to run the enterprise smoothly. The profit earning objective of a business is also to be kept in mind while undertaking various functions. Continue reading “RBI CONCEPT:OBJECTIVES OF MANAGEMENT#21”

RBI CONCEPTS:MANAGEMENT AND ITS NATURE#20

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WHAT IS MANAGEMENT?

Management is the art of getting things done through people. In a broader sense, it is the process of planning, organizing, leading and controlling the efforts of organization members and of using all other organizational resources to achieve stated organizational goals. Continue reading “RBI CONCEPTS:MANAGEMENT AND ITS NATURE#20”

RBI CONCEPTS: LIBERALISED REMITTANCE SCHEME#18

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1. What is the Liberalised Remittance Scheme (LRS) of USD 2,50,000?

Under the Liberalised Remittance Scheme, all resident individuals,including minors, are allowed to freely remit up to USD 2,50,000 per financial year (April – March) for any permissible current or capital account transaction or a combination of both. Further, resident individuals can avail of foreign exchange facility for the purposes mentioned in Para 1 of Schedule III of FEM (CAT) Amendment Rules 2015, dated May 26, 2015, within the limit of USD 2,50,000 only. Continue reading “RBI CONCEPTS: LIBERALISED REMITTANCE SCHEME#18”

RBI CONCEPTS:BANKER TO CENTRAL GOVERNMENT#17

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OVERVIEW

  •  Currently, the Reserve Bank acts as banker to all the State Governments in India (including Union Territory of Puducherry), except Sikkim. For Sikkim, it has a limited agreement for management of its public debt.
  • The Reserve Bank has well-defined obligations and provides several banking services to the governments. As a banker to the Government, the Reserve Bank receives and pays money on behalf of the various Government departments.

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RBI CONCEPTS:BANKER TO BANKS#16

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BANKER TO THE BANKS

The Reserve Bank continuously monitors operations of these accounts to ensure that defaults do not take place. Among other provisions, the Reserve Bank stipulates minimum balances to be maintained by banks in these accounts. Since banks need to settle transactions with each other occurring at various places in India, they are allowed to open accounts with different regional offices of the Reserve Bank.

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RBI CONCEPTS:GOVERNMENT SECURITIES MARKET IN INDIA#15

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  1. What is a Bond?

Bond is a debt instrument in which an investor loans money to an entity (typically corporate or government) which borrows the funds for a defined period of time at a variable or fixed interest rate. Bonds are used by companies, municipalities, states and sovereign governments to raise money to finance a variety of projects and activities. Owners of bonds are debt holders, or creditors, of the issuer Continue reading “RBI CONCEPTS:GOVERNMENT SECURITIES MARKET IN INDIA#15”

RBI Gr-B News – Banks recapitalization plan #3

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==> Context

• The Centre has sought Parliament’s approval to infuse an additional ₹41,000 crore into public sector banks that are starved of precious capital to remain afloat.

• Along with another ₹42,000 crore that is already budgeted for infusion, this tranche will take the total planned funds infusion into banks this year to ₹83,000 crore.

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RBI CONCEPTS:PRIORITY SECTOR LENDING#14

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1. What are the different categories under priority sector?

Priority Sector includes the following categories:

(i) Agriculture
(ii) Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
(iii) Export Credit
(iv) Education
(v) Housing
(vi) Social Infrastructure
(vii) Renewable Energy
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RBI CONCEPTS:REGULATION OF FINANCE MARKET#13

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  • Major market segments under the regulatory ambit of the Reserve Bank are interest rate markets, including Government Securities market and money markets; foreign exchange markets; derivatives on interest rates/prices, repo, foreign exchange rates as well as credit derivatives.

Broad Regulatory  Instruments:

  • Government securities market: The Government securities market, trades securities issued by Central and State Government. It has a sizeable primary and active secondary segments.

 

  • Call money market: Uncollaterised call money market is restricted to banks and Primary Dealers subject to prudential limits. The collaterised segments include Collaterised Borrowing and Lending Facility (CBLO) and market repo transactions between banks and financial institutions. The money market also includes Commercial Paper (CP) issuances by corporates, Primary dealers and financial institutions and Certificates of Deposit (CD) issued by banks to institutional investors.

 

  • Foreign exchange market: The Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 (Act 42 of 1999), better known as FEMA, 1999, provides the statutory framework for the regulation of Foreign Exchange derivatives contracts. Residents can hedge their foreign exchange exposures through various products, such as, forward contracts, options involving rupee and foreign currencies, currency swaps and cost reduction option structures in the OTC market. Foreign investors can also hedge their investments in equity and/or debt in India through forwards and options. Over the years, the foreign exchange spot, as well as forward market, has expanded quite significantly.

 

  • Derivatives: In the OTC (OVER THE COUNTER) interest rate derivatives (IRD) segment, interest rate swaps (IRS) and forward rate agreements (FRA) are permitted on various benchmarks where banks and primary dealers (PD) take hedging and trading positions. Other regulated entities like insurance companies, mutual funds, Non-Banking Finance Companies can participate in IRD for the purpose of hedging. In addition, there are exchange-traded interest rate futures (IRF) which are also open to Foreign Portfolio Investors (FPI). .

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RBI CONCEPTS: ISSUER OF CURRENCY #12

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Introduction:

  • Along with the Government of India, RBI is responsible for the design, production and overall management of the nation’s currency, with the goal of ensuring an adequate supply of clean and genuine notes.
  • The Government of India is the issuing authority of coins and supplies coins to the Reserve Bank on demand. The Reserve Bank puts the coins into circulation on behalf of the Central Government.

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