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Dr. Hemant Manuj

The author is Associate Professor & Area Head – Finance at SPJIMR.

Latest Articles By Dr. Hemant Manuj

Dividends - To Tax or Relax ?

Dr. Hemant Manuj

We need a stable, explicitly stated tax policy aligned with the medium term objective of the government. A perfect policy does not exist in reality. But an optimal choice can be made and aptly communicated to be effective.

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How Can The Government Revive The Economy ?

Dr. Hemant Manuj

The government needs to move beyond token measures and take bold and specific steps to boost demand. The author suggested the following measures:

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Portfolio Management Industry – Let’s Make It More Robust

Dr. Hemant Manuj

The industry is now large enough to follow the best practices. We need not wait for a crisis to take the critical measures for reform.

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A Robust Regulatory Framework For Credit Rating Agencies

Dr. Hemant Manuj

Credit rating is a matter of opinion. Let the markets be empowered to accept or reject the opinions from various sources.

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Loan Against Shares (LAS) – Appreciating the Risk to the Lender

Dr. Hemant Manuj

Let's try to understand where several FIs could have failed to correctly assess and manage a LAS product

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Appropriate Economic Capital For Banks – What Does It Take?

Dr. Hemant Manuj

This article explains, at a very high level, the purpose of maintaining economic capital. It also explains the challenges in estimating the appropriate level of economic capital for a bank or a central bank. Each step in the process of modelling of the economic capital needs to be examined deeply and deliberated with a suitable allowance for errors of judgment. This requires a high level of technical expertise, experience, and humility. Let us hope we do get all of these.

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Asset Liability Management In Financial Institutions

Dr. Hemant Manuj

The stakeholders like the creditors, shareholders, analysts, and even regulators, need to pay closer attention to the ALM process

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Government Should Not Interfere In The Prompt Corrective Action

Dr. Hemant Manuj

The Finance Ministry of the Government of India has been actively trying to dilute the regulatory and supervisory efforts of the RBI

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Why Is The Government Working At Cross Purposes With The Reserve Bank Of India?

Dr. Hemant Manuj

RBI, on February 12, 2018, had issued a circular to all banks for resolving all non-performing assets within six months, failing which they should be subjected to the resolution process as per the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code

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