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Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) – A MANDATE IN THE FUTURE

Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) Introduction 1. A Legal Entity Identifier (or LEI) is a 20-character identifier that identifies distinct legal entities that engage in financial transactions. 2. It is defined by ISO 17442. 3. The LEI is a global standard, designed to be non-proprietary data that is freely accessible to all. As of October 201...

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Systemically Important Core Investment Companies (CIC-ND-SI)

The application form for CICs-ND-SI is available on the Bank’s website that can be easily downloaded and filled in and submitted to the Regional Office of the DNBS in whose authority, the Company is registered along with all necessary supporting documents mentioned in the application form....

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Peer To Peer Lending

P2P lending is basically a crowd-funding model where people join to lend their money with people who are in need. In this platform there is a concept where lenders get higher interest by lending their money instead of saving and borrowers also get comparatively lower interest rates....

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India’s Benign Inflation: The real story

Soft food prices might have kept the lid on the RBI’s policy rates but it might be important to examine why the food basket’s price trends have been much weaker than what their usual seasonal patterns imply. This might help us grapple with some key questions: Will this weakness continue and offset pressure in other […]...

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Sovereign Gold Bond Scheme: FAQs

(Updated as on October 08, 2018) In this article we have compiled  37 frequently asked question on the Sovereign Gold Bond scheme, 2018. Sovereign Gold Bond are government securities denominated in grams of gold. They are substitutes for holding physical gold. Investors have to pay the issue price in cash and the bonds will be […]...

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Impact of Increase In Non-Performing Assets In Bank– Comparative Analysis of Public Sector And Private Sector Banks In India

The banking system plays a vital role in the finance sector. Without the sound and efficient system of the bank will lead to a healthy economy. The Narasimhan committee introduced the concept of non- performing assets. And it is the best way for judging the status of the bank. ...

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Something for everyone: Hold for bond market, change in stance for FX market

RBI Policy: Hold for bond market, change in stance for FX market

The RBI in an unexpected move decided to keep the repo rate unchanged at 6.50%. The vote to stay on hold was advocated by five out of six members in the monetary policy Committee (MPC). ...

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RBI broadened trading scope for banks, Government withdraws withholding tax- Blooms for Masala Bonds!

Masala Bond are reckoned as most evolving and effectual debt instrument for the Indian Corporates with more option to blend their debt portfolio to optimize the borrowings and minimize the cost. The objective of Masala Bonds is to fund big projects and pacing the internal growth of the Corporates. The term Masala was used by the Internati...

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Maintenance of Accounts in India by a Person Resident outside India

FEMA regulates, prohibits and restricts acceptance of deposits by Person Resident in India from a Person Resident outside India (PROI) and prescribes maintenance of accounts in India by PROI. This article provides an insight to the same....

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Types of Foreign Currency Accounts that can be maintained in India

This article states the type of foreign currency accounts that can be opened, maintained and held in India subject to the conditions laid down by RBI....

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