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The Indian Financial System: Markets, Institutions and Services is a comprehensive reference book about the financial system. This book is meant for students, professionals, and academicians.
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Indian financial markets are sub-divided broadly into money markets that deal in short-term funds and capital markets that deal in long-term funds. Unorganised sector is normally made up of indigenous money lenders and bankers who do not follow formal lines of business. Their businesses are informal and thus independent of the Reserve Bank of India or banks for any fund support. This sector is shrinking but, during the period of economic reforms launched after , the activities of these institutions have become a matter of serious concern and anxiety. The organised component of money market consists of the RBI, commercial banks and cooperative banks. The RBI is the head of the financial institutions as well as the monetary authority of the country.
The financial system of a country is an important tool for economic development of the country, as it helps in creation of wealth by linking savings with investments. It facilitates the flow of funds form the households savers to business firms investors to aid in wealth creation and development of both the parties. A Financial System consists of various financial Institutions, Financial Markets, Financial Transactions, rules and regulations, liabilities and claims etc. It simply refers to an organization set-up for profit or not for profit that collects money from individuals and invests that money in financial assets such as stocks, bonds, bank deposits, loans etc. Financial Institutions may be classified into three categories:. A financial market may be further divided into capital market and money market.
The Indian Financial System: Markets, Institutions and Services is a comprehensive reference book about the financial system. This book is meant for students, professionals, and academicians. It seeks to help the readers hold their own in the modern business scenario. The book is divided into five units. The first unit introduces the economy and the financial system. The second unit covers various concepts of financial markets such as the capital market, the derivatives market, and the debt market. Unit III discusses financial institutions and topics like insurance and mutual funds.
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