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Old Bottle. New Whine.

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced few days ago that LVB would remain under moratorium till Dec 16th 2020 and mooted the concept of amalgamation of LVB with DBS Bank (India), it took the market (and potentially punters) by surprise.

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46 per cent people borrowed from family, friends during pandemic to run households: Report

46 per cent people borrowed from family, friends during pandemic to run households: Report

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IFC Adopts Urgewald’s Global Coal Exit List 
And Recommends List To All Its Clients

While urging clients to screen their portfolios against the Global Coal Exit List is an important first step, the next step for the IFC has to invariably be a detailed follow-up to verify that clients actually implement the new criteria.

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Global Markets: Stocks Down On Fresh Lockdown Worries, Banking Sell-Off; Dollar Rises

British lenders HSBC and StanChart were among global lenders named as having transferred more than $2 trillion in suspect funds over nearly two decades.

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Energy Transitions Commission: Global energy, industry and financial leaders outline next decade priorities for a net-zero-carbon economy

Energy Transitions Commission: Global energy, industry and financial leaders outline next decade priorities for a net-zero-carbon economy

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Need For Speed: Flash Banking To Go Mainstream

Banking in the 21st century and the distant future will need to adopt an adaptive approach as per the demands of customers.

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Future Of Fintech Industry In India

Future of Fintech industry looks shinning and growing rapidly on the back of rise of start-ups in Fintech industry, penetration of smart phone users, conituous build-up of the digital infrastrucure and over all streamling of financial process in many industries.

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Where Do Indian Investors Stand When It Comes To Financial Literacy?

The survey showed that only 1.67% of the farmers were aware of crop insurance products and only 0.66% about livestock insurance products.

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DFI Is not the Solution for Infrastructure Projects

The public sector banks (PSBs) as well as privately owned lenders have systematically under-priced the credit risk for infrastructure projects

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RBI Suggests Action Plan To Promote Financial Education

Strengthening financial inclusion in the country has been one of the important developmental agendas of both the Government of India and the four financial sector regulators

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Chinese Banks Prepare Contingency Plans Over Threat Of US Sanctions

The country's most international lender, had the biggest exposure of the country's big four lenders to the greenback at the end of 2019, with about $433 billion in liabilities.

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BOJ May Hold Emergency Meet For New Loan Scheme To Combat Pandemic

Japan's $1.1 trillion stimulus package has cheap loans on offer for firms hit by a virus-related slump in sales, and Kuroda has ordered staff to prepare a scheme spurring financial institutions

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Japan Conducts Emergency Survey On Its Banks Amid China Virus Outbreak

Japanese financial institutions, including megabanks, have combined lending of more than 7 trillion yen ($63.57 billion) in China, as Japan's ultra-low interest rates have driven them overseas in search of higher yields.

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Asset Liability Management In Financial Institutions

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

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Banking On Analytics Is The Way Forward

Financial institutions can benefit immensely with the help of data and analytics

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