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India’s insurance market is growing enormously but is yet to reach the majority of population. Privatisation is a good mechanism to increase this reach. In most of the sectors, private...
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The primary responsibility for preventing frauds lies with individual banks; however, the Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) routinely advises banks about major fraud prone areas and the safeguards necessary for...
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The banking business around the world has witnessed several changes and started practicing a developed system. Therefore, it has become necessary to amend the existing banking laws to enable the...
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“Doctrine of Priority of State Debts” is a well-settled principle under common law as per which the government has the first charge over priority of debts. The courts in India...
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Empowered by the Reserve Bank of India (“RBI”) Act, 1934 and the Payment and Settlement Systems Act, 2007, RBI has taken several initiatives in the recent past for ensuring development...
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Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002 (“Act”) provides a structured platform to the banking sector for its humongous non-performing assets. As per the...
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The insurance sector was opened for private players in 2000. Since then the insurance penetration1 and insurance density2 has been significantly growing in India. As per the latest data released...
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Reinsurance is a risk management involving transfer of risk from insurer to the reinsurer. Here, the reinsurer takes upon itself a part of the risk exposure to ensure that no...
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The usage of technology has transformed the banking sector from branch banking to core banking and now has ushered an era of “branch in my pocket”. Though the banking fundamentals...
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With the world coming out of an economic crisis and India’s inflation rate and rate of interest soaring high, one cannot help but think whether we are heading the same...
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