Crowd Funding

Crowdfunding has emerged as a unique method for small and nascent businesses to find the capital they need to grow. As the name suggests, crowd-funding means that the ‘Crowd’ funds your business. Crowd funding is by definition, “raising small amounts of money from a large number of individuals or organizations, to fund a project, a... Continue Reading →

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Dynamics of Financial Globalization

The development of increasingly trans-nationalized (‘globalized’) financial markets raises several key issues for the analysis of politics, public policy, and the national state. It can be suggested that financial globalization increasingly constrains policymakers and circumscribes the policy capacity of the state. After carefully examining at a range of approaches to the process of financial globalization... Continue Reading →

RECAPITALIZATION OF BANKS

In any Nation, it’s the responsibility of its major stakeholders/owners of an organisation to sort out the issues faced by it and to make it run smoothly without incurring losses, especially during troubled times .To deal with these, sometimes policy changes are required, sometimes structural changes are more viable and sometimes infusing extra capital is... Continue Reading →

NPAs IN INDIAN BANKING SECTOR – CURRENT SCENARIO

The banks are the lifelines of the economy and play a catalytic role in activating and sustaining economic growth especially for growing economies like India. The emerging economies are facing financial instability due to domestic imbalances, weak global demand and rising trade protectionism in the advanced economies. And since the onset of the Financial Crisis... Continue Reading →

Financial Inclusion in India: Recent Initiatives

Financial inclusion may be defined as the process of ensuring access to financial services and timely and adequate credit where needed by vulnerable groups such as weaker sections and low income groups at an affordable cost (The Committee on Financial Inclusion, Chairman: Dr. C. Rangarajan). The government and the central bank (RBI) have been making... Continue Reading →

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