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Banking Industry

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Banking Industry

  1. 1. TABLE OF CONTENT • Banking & Bank • History of Banking • Revolution of Banking • Role of banking sector • Structure of Bank • Public-Sector Banks • Private-Sector Banks • Top player in Banks • GDP Growth rate in India • Growth of banking sector in India
  2. 2.  In simple words, Banking can be defined as the business activity of accepting and safeguarding money owned by other individuals and entities, and then lending out this money in order to earn a profit. BANKING & BANK  Bank is a financial institution that undertakes the banking activity i.e. it accepts deposits and then lends the same to earn certain profit.  Banking is the business conducted or services offered by a bank.
  3. 3. HISTORY OF BANKING  Bank of Hindustan – 1770 - first bank at Calcutta under European management.  In 1786 General Bank of India was set up.  The first bank purely managed by Indian was Punjab National Bank, established in Lahore in 1895.  However, the first Indian commercial bank which was wholly owned and managed by Indians was Central Bank of India which was established in 1911.
  4. 4. REVOLUTION OF BANKING  First phase of Indian banking started during the Swadeshi Movement which began in 1906, encouraged the formation of number of commercial banks.  Second Phase - starts from 1935 when Reserve bank of India was established.  Third phase - started in the early 1990s when India started its economic liberalization.
  5. 5. Banks Accept deposit from individuals, corporate etc. Borrow money from Financial institutions, RBI, Other Bank etc. Raise Funds in equity, foreign markets etc. Loans to individuals, corporate, RBI, other banks, financial institutions etc. Regulatory Requirement Cash reserve with RBI (CRR-6.5%) Statutory Liquid Assets (SLR- 21.25%) Other Service Debit card, Credit card, Magic card, Current, Saving, Demat A/c. Other Investment in Bond, Equity, MFs; Trading, Forex, etc. ROLE OF BANKING SECTOR
  6. 6. Sturcture of Bank
  7. 7. Public-Sector BanksPublic-Sector Banks State Bank and its Associates 1. State Bank of India 4. State Bank of Travancore 2. State Bank of Patiala 5. State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur 3. State Bank of Mysore 6. State Bank of Hyderabad Nationalised Banks 1. Allahabad Bank 9. Dena Bank 17.Union Bank of India 2. Andhra Bank 10. Indian Bank 18.United Bank of India 3. Bank of Baroda 11. Indian Overseas Bank 19. Vijaya Bank 4. Bank of India 12. Oriental Bank of Commerce 5. Bank of Maharashtra 13. Punjab & Sind Bank Other public sector 6. Canara Bank 14. Punjab National Bank banks 7. Central Bank of India 15. Syndicate Bank 1.IDBI Bank 8. Corporation Bank 16. UCO Bank 2.Bharatiya Mahila Bank
  8. 8. Private-Sector BanksPrivate-Sector Banks 1. Axis Bank 17. Lakshmi Vilas Bank 2. Bandhan Bank 18. Nainital Bank 3. Catholic Syrian Bank 19. RBL Bank 4. City Union Bank 20. Saraswat Bank 5. Dhanlaxmi Bank 21. South India Bank 6. DCB Bank 22. Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Limited 7. Federal Bank 23. YES Bank 8. HDFC Bank 9. ICICI Bank 10. IDFC Bank 11. Karnataka Bank 12. IndusInd Bank 13. ING Vysya Bank 14. Jammu and Kashmir Bank 15. Karur Vysya Bank 16. Kotak Mahindra Bank
  9. 9. TOP PLAYER IN BANK PUBLIC SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR SBI Bank HDFC Bank Bank of Baroda ICICI Bank Punjab National Bank Axis bank Canara Bank Kotak Mahindra Bank of India Induslnd Bank
  10. 10. GDP Growth Rate of Bank in IndiaGDP Growth Rate of Bank in India
  11. 11. GROWTH OFGROWTH OF BANKING SECTORSECTOR ININ INDIA  Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana.  Banking law passed in 2012.  Self-Help groups availing loans.  New bank branches.  ATM facility.  Use of technology via, • Mobile banking • Internet banking  India to become 5th largest banking industry in the world by 2020 and 3rd largest by 2025 according to CII report.  There will be rise in the no. of banks and shift in the style of operation.
  12. 12. WEBLOGRAPHY www.rbi.org.in www.list of banks.com. http://www.rbi.org.in/portal/documents /41076/60023/1403247921331_RBI_ANNUAL_ REPORT_ENGLISH_2013_14.pdf/8a2bc6bb- a7a4-405d-98ec-a3749731bf76

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