Theoretical Framework Of The Indian Banking Sector

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Theoretical Framework
Indian Banking Sector
As per Reserve Bank of India, India’s banking sector is sufficiently capitalized and well organized. The financial and economic conditions in the country are far superior than any other country. Credit, market and liquidity risk studies suggest that Indian banks are generally resilient and have withstood the global recessions well. Indian banking industry is expected to witness better growth prospects in 2016 as a sense of optimism stems feom the government’s measures towards revitalizing the industrial growth in the country. In addition, RBI’s new measures may go a long way in helping the restructuring of the domestic industry.
Indian banking system consists of 26 public sector banks, 25 private
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It was founded on 1990. Its headquarters is at Mumbai, Maharashtra. It is the third largest private sector bank in India. The main function of the bank is to offer financial assistance to large and medium corporate, MSMEs, agriculture and retail businesses. The bank has a network of 2489 branches and extension counters and 12922 ATMs. It has the largest ATM network amoung private banks in India. Axis bank operates in treasury operations, retail banking, corporate/wholesale banking and other banking business.
CEO: Shikha Sharma
Products
• Credit cards
• Consumer banking
Finance and Insurance
Investment banking
• Mortgage loans
• Private banking
• Private equity
• Wealth management
Revenue : Rs. 44565 crore s
Net income : Rs. 7448 crores
Total assets : : Rs. 467242 crores

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9940.7 crore
Profit : Rs. 3356.8 crore
Total assets : Rs. 687892 crore
ICICI Bank
Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India (ICICI) Bank was established on 1994 at Mumbai. It is the second largest bank in terms of assets and third in terms of capitalization. ICICI Bank is one the Big Four banks of India along with State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank and Bank of Baroda.
Chairman : M. K. Sharma
MD & CEO : Chanda Kochhar
Products
• Credit cards
• Consumer banking
• Corporate banking
• Finance and Insurance
• Investment banking
• Mortgage loans
• Private banking
• Wealth management
• Personal loan
• Payment solutions
IndusInd Bank
IndusInd Bank was founded on 1994 in Mumbai. It was inaugurated by the then Finance Minister Manmohan Singh. The bank has 745 branches, and 1635 ATMs spread across 392 geographical locations of India.
CEO : Romesh

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