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Title      : PDF-39 Merchant Banking and Financial Services
Subject      : Financial Management
copyright ©  2018     : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 22/342
Total Price      : Rs.      : 247
 
 
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Introduction to Financial Services Total views (198)  
Financial services constitute an important component of the financial system. Financial services, through the network of elements such as financial institutions, financial markets and financial instruments, serve the need of individuals, institutions, and corporates. It is through these elements that the functioning of the financial system is facilitated. Considering its nature and importance, fi ......
Pages: 17
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Financial Instruments and Regulatory Framework Total views (199)  
Financial instruments refer to those documents which represent financial claims on asset. Financial asset refers to a claim to the repayment of a certain sum of money at the end of a specified period together with interest or dividend. Examples: Bills of exchange, Promissory Note, Treasury bill, Government Bond, Deposit receipt, Shares, Debentures, etc. Financial instruments can also be called fin ......
Pages: 19
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Financial Institutions Total views (197)  
The corporate sector desiring long-term funds can raise it by issuing shares and debentures to the members ofthe public. The corporate sector can also approach financial institutions for satisfying their long-term financial needs. The financial institutions are concerned with mobilizing resources from different sectors of society for their canalization in productive way. The financial institution ......
Pages: 19
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An Overview of Merchant Banking Total views (199)  
Merchant banking, although a non-banking financial activity, resembles a banking function. The function of merchant banking which originated, and grew in Europe, was enriched by the American patronage, and these services are now being provided throughout the world by both banking and non-banking institutions. The word "Merchant Banking" originated among the Dutch and the Scottish traders, and was ......
Pages: 20
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Issue Management Total views (223)  
Issue Management refers to management of securities offerings to the corporate sector to public and existing shareholders on rights basis. Issue Managers in capital market parlance are known as Merchant Banker or Lead Managers. Although the term Merchant Banking, in generic terms, covers a wide range of services such as project counseling, portfolio management, investment counselling, mergers and ......
Pages: 16
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Pre- Issue Management and SEBI Guidelines Total views (223)  
Raising money from the capital market needs planning the activities and chalking out of a marketing strategy. It is, therefore, essential to make an analytical study of various sources, the quantum, the appropriate time, the cost of rising capital and the possible impact of such resources on the overall capital structure besides the law governing the issue. There are various activities required f ......
Pages: 13
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Secondary Market Total views (224)  
The market for long term securities like bonds, equity stocks and preferred stocks is divided into primary market and secondary market. The primary market deals with the new issues of securities. Outstanding securities are traded in the secondary market, which is commonly known as stock market or stock exchange. In the secondary market, the investors can sell and buy securities. Stock markets pred ......
Pages: 16
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Corporate Advisory Services Total views (224)  
Merchant banking has emerged as indispensable financial advisory package. Merchant banking is a service oriented function that transfers capital from those who own to those who can use it. The functions of merchant which originated and grew in Europe, was enriched by American patronage, and these services are now being provided throughout the world by both banking and non-banking institutions. A ......
Pages: 11
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Book Building Total views (222)  
Book Building is selling an issue step-wise to investors at an acceptable price with the help of a few intermediaries. The basic philosophy of Book Building is based on the fact that the price of any script mainly depends upon the perception'of the investors about that corporate. This exercise is normally carried out by the issuers with the help of a few intermediaries who are called as the 'Book- ......
Pages: 14
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Mergers and Acquisition Total views (223)  
Mergers and acquisitions of companies are implicit in free enterprise system because of their obvious advantages - infusion of better management, consolidating capacities to economic level by forward and backward linkages and healthy growth of capital market. The concepts of Mergers and acquisitions has assumed added significance in the context of the ongoing programme of liberalization and glob ......
Pages: 12
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Financial Engineering and Innovation Total views (224)  
The financial engineering thus promotes development of new financial technology to cope with financial changes. It involves construction, designing, deconstruction, and implementation of innovative financial institutions, processes, and instruments. It means the formulation of creative solutions to problems in finance. The development and use of skills, means, techniques, tools'for changing and ......
Pages: 14
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Depository and Custodial Services Total views (223)  
The phenomenal growth of both the primary and secondary equities and debentures markets, and the entry of bulk traders (domestic and foreign financial institutions) in it have revealed the gross inadequacies of the market infrastructure to support the new levels/volumes of securities trading in India. The existing, traditional, manual methods of trading, clearing, settlement, transfer, registrati ......
Pages: 17
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Leasing Total views (227)  
Lease is a word familiarized in the financial market all over . A lease is a contract whereby the owner of an asset (the lessor) grants to another party (the lessee) the exclusive right to use the asset, usually for an agreed period of time, in return for the payment of rent. While leasing of land, buildings and animals has been known from times immemorial, the leasing of industrial equipments is ......
Pages: 21
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Factoring and Forfaiting Total views (228)  
Factoring is a short term , while forfaiting is long term financing.Factoring, as a fund based financial service, provides resources to finance receivables as well as facilitates the collection of receivables. Although such services constitute a critical segment of the financial services scenario in the advanced countries, they appeared on the Indian financial scene only in the early nineties as ......
Pages: 14
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Bill Discounting Total views (229)  
Bill discounting is recognised as an important short term financial instrument and is widely used method of short term financing. It is also known as acceptance credit where one party accepts the liability of trade towards third party. Bill discounting is used as medium of financing the current trade and is not used for financing capital purposes. Bill discounting as a fund based activity, emerge ......
Pages: 14
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Housing Finance Total views (227)  
Housing is one of the basic necessities of man, and the capital required per dwelling is so large that few individuals can raise it from their own savings. There is therefore a great need and scope for the development of arrangements for supplying loans or finance for the purpose of house construction. However, for some reason or other, the shelter sector of the Indian financial system remained u ......
Pages: 18
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Real Estate Investments Total views (230)  
Real estate offers an attractive way to diversify an investment portfolio. In addition, it offers favourable risk-return tradeoffs due to the uniqueness of properties and the localised and relatively inefficient market in which they are traded. Real estate differs from security investments in two ways: (1) it involves ownership of a tangible asset - real property rather than a financial claim -- ......
Pages: 12
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Insurance Services Total views (228)  
Insurance business in India has had a long history since 1818. The insurance industry has both economic and social purpose and relevance. It provides social security and promotes individual welfare. It reduces risk and helps to raise productivity in the economy. The insurance companies are financial intermediaries as they collect and invest large amounts of premiums. They offer protection to the ......
Pages: 18
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Venture Capital Total views (229)  
Venture capital institutions which emerged the world over to fill gaps in the conventional financial mechanism focused on new entrepreneurs, commercialization of new technologies and support to small and medium enterprises in the manufacturing and the service sectors. Over the years, the concept of venture capital has undergone significant changes. The modus operandi has shifted from technology-o ......
Pages: 15
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Consumer Finance Total views (228)  
India is experiencing the rise of service economy and the culture of "living off debt". In the recent past, the conservative middle class debt-averse Indians are increasingly borrowing for spending on conspicuous consumption. The low rate of inflation, soft interest rates, media bombardment, Intemet access, greater availability of choice in buying consumer durables due to globalization have contr ......
Pages: 15
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Credit Cards Total views (229)  
A credit card is a card which enables an individual to purchase certain products / services without paying immediately. He need only to present the credit card at the cash counter and has to sign some forms. In short he can make purchase against credit card without making immediate cash payment. Credit card is document that can be used for purchase of all kinds of goods and services in the world. ......
Pages: 14
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Securitization Total views (228)  
The Indian financial services sector is witnessing a tremendous growth thanks to the economic liberalisation measures adopted by the Government of India. The new developments taking place in the realm of financial services has led to' the proliferation of innovative financial techniques and new financial instruments. One such important innovation is 'Asset Securitisation'. Banks and finance compa ......
Pages: 13
Price: Rs 9.75   
 


 
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