Banking Theory, Law and Practice
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Banking Theory, Law and Practice


  • Banking and Financial Systems
  • Economic and Monetary Implications of Modern Banking Operations
  • Banking System in India
  • Functions of Commercial Banks
  • Nationalisation of Commercial Banks
  • Banking Companies Act, 1949 or Banking Regulation Act, 1966
  • Creation of Credit
  • Banks as Financial Intermediaries
  • Central Banking
  • Reserve Bank of India
  • Credit Control
  • Negotiable Instruments
  • Paying Banker
  • Collecting Banker
  • (a) Banker - Customer Relationship
    (b) Importance of Customer Relations
  • Principles of Lending and Investment
  • Special Type of Customers
  • Credit Card
  • e-Business, e-Commerce and e-Banking
  • Automatic Teller Machines
  • e-Banking
  • Bank Deposits and Various Deposit Schemes
  • Letter of Credit (LC)
  • Merchant Banking


By: B. Santhanam
For: B.Com., M.Com. & Other Professional Courses.
Publication Margham Publication
Writer B. Santhanam

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