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Principles Of Good Lending

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Lending constitutes the primary operation of banks, essential for fostering economic growth by channeling funds to various sectors. However, it inherently carries risks, requiring banks to adop...

Stages in the Evolution of Banking in India, Banking Evolution

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During the British administration in India, the British brought modern banking as it had evolved in England. Naturally, today's Indian banking resembles that of the United Kingdom. However, thi...

The Digital Wave: A Conversational Guide to Corporate E-Banking

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Earlier the economy of all the countries was cash driven, meaning that the transaction was carried out solely by using cash as a medium. But this arrangement has been changing lately as, the mo...

Merger And Acquisition Under Company Code 2013 And Insolvency And Bankruptcy ...

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Understanding Merger and Acquisition: When one companies takes over the other or acquire other company is called acquisition and on the other hand the merger means two firms precisely of same ...

The Impact And Functions Of Investment Banks In Mergers And Acquisitions

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The Research article looks at the rules that govern Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) in investment banks. A deep look at how investment banks follow the rules, how the market sees things, and...

Banking Fraud: Its Detection, Prevention And Reporting

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Bank fraud is a widespread financial crime that takes advantage of flaws in banking systems, jeopardising the integrity of financial institutions and the trust of their customers. This illegal ...

How could some people defraud Indian Banks fleeing away with Huge Loans?

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The problem of people cheating Indian banks and escaping with large sums of money has been a complicated and multi-dimensional issue. It encompasses a wide range of factors, including weaknesse...

How Economic Trouble Is Affecting Climate Financing?

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It is very evident that contrary to many other well-defined terms in the global lexicon, the United Nations has yet to furnish us with a concrete definition of climate finance. This absence of ...

Section 138-148 (Cheque Bounce) of Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881.

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Section 138 of NI Act, 1881Section 138 to 148 of Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881 talks about Penalties in case of Dishonour of Cheque due to insufficient funds in the account. we will see the s...

The Digital Frontier: Assessing the Legal Landscape of E-Banking in India

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Does the legislation pertaining to e-banking in India, such as the RBI Act, 1934 and the IT Act, 2000, adequately handle the legal and security issues in the banking industry? Introduction ...