Sources of External Finance :- The main sources of external Finance for the developing countries could be classified on the following broad heads :- Read more »
At present, ADRs/GDRs of companies such as Infosys and Satyam trade at a substantial premium to the domestic price, while that of companies such as Siliverline Technologies and ICICI trade at a considerable discount. Read more »
1. What are the regulations pertaining to issue of ADRs/GDRs by Indian companies?
Indian companies are allowed to raise capital in the international market through the issue of ADRs/GDRs. They can issue ADRs/GDRs without obtaining prior approval from RBI if it is eligible to issue ADRs/GDRs in terms of the Scheme for Issue of Foreign Read more »
In a business anything done financially affects cash eventually. Cash is to a business is what blood is to a living body. A business cannot operate without its life-blood cash, and without cash management, there may remain no cash to operate. Cash movement in a business is two-way traffic. It keeps on moving in and out of business. Read more »
There are three distinct phases in the history of Indian Banking system. Early phase from 1786 to 1969. Nationalization of Banks and up to 1991 prior to banking sector reforms. New phase of Indian Banking with the advent of Financial & Banking Sector Reforms after 1991. Read more »
Reforms in trade, industrial and foreign direct investment policy were a central focus of India’s economic reforms in the early stages since 1991. However, their expected effects have not been fully achieved. Read more »
After world war – II IMF & World Bank was created to cope with the restoration of economy of countries suffered from war. IMF role is to monitor and has a supervisory role to play and create greater co-operation among member countries. Read more »