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Developments in Reserve Bank of India
  • By: Admin
  • Date: 02 September 2020
  • Banking
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The Reserve Bank is the central banking institution of India which regulates and formulates policies for the banking system in India. It controls the issue and supply of Indian rupees. Reserve bank of India (RBI) was for

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Loan Frauds in India

By: Admin Banking 30 August 2020

Fraud is considered as any dishonest act or behaviour in which one person gains the advantage over others, or the person intends to gain some advantage over another person. Bank fraud is considered as one of the white-collar crimes....
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Fraudulent and unauthorized transactions at ATM

By: admin Banking 12 February 2020

With the rise of ATM frauds in the country, several customers have expressed concern to tackle such incidents as they are unaware of such scams. To avoid ATM frauds means to covert the keypad as you enter your Personal Identification Number (PIN)....
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Plastic Money and their Advantage & Disadvantages

By: Banking 29 July 2019

Plastic money is a term used to represent the hard plastic cards used in day to day life in place of actual banknotes. They come in several forms such as debit cards, credit cards, store cards and pre-paid cash cards....
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Bankruptcy & Insolvency in India

By: Ayantika Mondal Banking 19 September 2019

Previously, the situation of insolvency and bankruptcy law seemed to be weak as compared to the expected state as it was bifurcated in different acts to deal with it in India. It was very important to enact a single....
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Banking in India

By: admin Banking 11 April 2019

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) states that India’s banking sector have been well-regulated and adequately capitalised.  Market, credit and liquidity risk studies propose that Indian banks are generally flexible and have withstood the global...
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