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About Banking Industry and how to make our self for banking career.

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Building Careers inBanking and Financial MarketsTimeTopic9:30 09:45 amIntroduction09:46 -11:00amOpportunities in Banking11:01-11:15amBreak11:16 - 12:30pmOpportunities in Stock Market12:31 - 01:30pmLunch Break01:31- 02:45pmOpportunities in Mutual Fund Industry02:46-03:00pmBreak03:01 - 04:15 pmOpportunities in InsuranceOpportunities in BankingSession - I

Banking:

The origin of western type commercial Banking in India dates back to the 18th century. The story of banking starts fromBank of Hindustanestablished in 1770 and it was first bank at Calcutta under European management. It was liquidated in 1830-32.

From Bank of Hindustan in 1770, the evolution of banking in India can be divided into three different periods as follows: Phase I: Early phase of primitive Indian banks to Nationalization of Banks in 1969 Phase II: From Nationalization of India banks in 1969 up to advent of liberalization and banking reforms in 1991 Phase III: From Indian Financial and Banking Sector Reforms 1991 onwards.

In 1786 General Bank of India was set up. Since Calcutta was the most active trading port in India, mainly due to the trade of the British Empire, it became a banking centre. Three Presidency banks were set up under charters from the British East India Company- Bank of Calcutta, Bank of Bombay and the Bank of Madras. These worked as quasi central banks in India for many years.

The Bank of Calcutta established in 1806 immediately became Bank of Bengal. In 1921 these 3 banks merged with each other and Imperial Bank of India got birth. Imperial Bank of India was later renamed in 1955 as the State Bank of India. Thus, State bank of India is the oldest Bank of India.

In 1839, there was a fruitless effort by Indian merchants to establish a Bank called Union Bank. It failed within a decade. Next came Allahabad Bank which was established in 1865 and working even today. The oldest Public Sector Bank in India having branches all over India and serving the customers for the last 145 years is Allahabad Bank.Allahabad bank is also known as one of Indias Oldest Joint Stock Bank. However, the Oldest Joint Stock bank of India was Bank of Upper India established in 1863 and failed in 1913.

The first Bank of India with Limited Liability to be managed by Indian Board was Oudh Commercial Bank. It was established in 1881 at Faizabad. This bank failed in 1958. The first bank purely managed by Indians was Punjab National Bank, established in Lahore in 1895. The Punjab national Bank has not only survived till date but also is one of the largest banks in India.

However,the first Indian commercial bank which was wholly owned and managed by Indians was Central Bank of Indiawhich was established in 1911. So, Central Bank of India is called Indias First Truly Swadeshi bank.

Reserve Bank of IndiaEstablished via RBI Act-1934Started Operations in April 1, 1935Started as a Privately owned bank with no major government ownershipReserve Bank (Transfer to Public Ownership) Act, 1948 and Nationalized RBI in 1949.Original HQs at Kolkata and Shifted to Mumbai in 1937It is our central bank of IndiaBanking Companies Act,1949 was changed to banking regulation (Amendment) Act,1949.

Banking Regulation (Amendment) act 1965 gave extensive powers to RBI as Central Banking Authority of India.

History of Nationalization of BanksFirst Step: Imperial Bank of India SBI Act,1955

7 Subsidiary banks of SBI Nationalized, 1959

14 Banks Nationalized, 1969

Second Phase of Nationalization, 1980 (6 more banks nationalized)Raised Public confidence as 80% of banks came under government ownership.

Banking Sector Reforms: (LPG)

India in 1991, Embraced;LiberalizationPrivatization and GlobalizationFirst Narasimhan committee gave blue print of banking sector reforms

Other committees were: Chakravarthy committee (1985), and Vagul committee (1987)Notable Reforms:

Market Based exchange reformsCapital account convertibilityLending rates of commercial banks deregulatedFIIs could invest in government securities.Foreign exchange management act (FEMA) enacted in 1999National stock exchange began operations in 1994Capital index bonds introducedState Bank and its associateState Bank of IndiaState Bank of Bikaner & JaipurState Bank of HyderabadState Bank of PatialaState Bank of MysoreState Bank of TravancoreNationalised banksAllahabad BankAndhra BankBank of BarodaBank of IndiaBank of MaharashtraCanara BankCentral Bank of IndiaCorporation BankDena BankIndian BankIndian Overseas BankOriental Bank of CommercePunjab & Sind BankPunjab National BankSyndicate BankUCO BankUnion Bank of IndiaUnited Bank of IndiaVijaya BankOther public sector banksBharatiya Mahila BankIDBI BankPost Bank of India(proposed)Old private sector banksCatholic Syrian BankCity Union BankDhanlaxmi BankPkc BankFederal BankING Vysya Bank(merged withKotak Mahindra Bankin April 2015)Jammu and Kashmir BankKarnataka BankKarur Vysya BankLakshmi Vilas BankNainital BankRatnakar BankSouth Indian BankTamilnad Mercantile BankNew private sector banksAxis BankDevelopment Credit BankHDFC BankICICI BankIndusInd BankKotak Mahindra BankYes BankRegional Rural Banks (RRBs)Tamil NaduPandyan Grama BankPallavan Grama BankForeign banks having branches in IndiaList of banks which are incorporated outside India and are operating branches in India (as of 31 January 2015):Australian banksAustralia and New Zealand Banking GroupCommonwealth Bank of AustraliaNational Australia BankWestpac Banking CorporationBahraini bankBank of Bahrain and KuwaitBangladeshi banksAB BankSonali BankBelgian bankAntwerp Diamond BankCanadian bankBank of Nova ScotiaChinese bankIndustrial & Commercial Bank of ChinaFrench banksBNP ParibasCredit AgricoleSociete GeneraleGerman banksDeutsche BankHong Kong bankHSBCIndonesian bankBank Internasional IndonesiaJapanese banksMizuho Corporate BankSumitomo Mitsui BankingBank of Tokyo-MitsubishiMauritian bankState Bank of MauritiusDutch bankRabobankQatari bankDoha bankRussian banksSberbankVTBOmani bankHSBC Bank OmanScottish bankRoyal Bank of ScotlandSingaporean banksDBS BankUnited Overseas BankSouth African bankFirstRand BankSouth Korean banksShinhan BankWoori BankSri Lankan bankBank of CeylonSwiss banksCredit SuisseUBS AGTaiwanese bankChinatrust Commercial BankThai bankKrung Thai BankUAE banksAbu Dhabi Commercial BankMashreq Bank

UK banksHSBCBarclays BankStandard Chartered BankUS banksAmerican ExpressBank of AmericaCitibankJ.P. Morgan Chase BankForeign banks with representative offices in IndiaList of foreign banks with representative offices in India (as of 31 January 2015):Austrian bankRaiffeisen ZentralbankBelgian bankKBC BankCanadian banksRoyal Bank of CanadaToronto Dominion BankFrench BanksCredit Industriel et CommercialNatixisGerman banksCommerzbankDZ BankKfWLandesbank Baden-WrttembergItalian banksBanca Monte dei Paschi di SienaBanca Popolare di MilanoBanca Popolare di VicenzaIntesa SanpaoloUBI BancaMalaysian bankCIMBNepalese bankEverest BankNorwegian bankDNB ASAPortuguese bankCaixa Geral de DepositosRussian banksGazprombankPromsvyazbankVnesheconombankSouth Korean banksIndustrial Bank of KoreaKookmin BankKorea Exchange BankSpanish BanksBanco de SabadellBanco Bilbao Vizcaya ArgentariaCaixabankSri Lankan bankHatton National BankSwedish banksSkandinaviska Enskilda BankenZurcher KantonalbankTaiwanese banksBank of TaiwanMega International Commercial Bank

Turkish bankBank AsyaUAE banksEmirates NBDFirst Gulf BankUK bankDuncan LawrieUS banksBank of New York MellonWells Fargo BankRecruitment Process:

Public Sector Banks and RRB: www.ibps.in ( Clerk, PO and SO)

SBI and its Associate Banks: www.sbi.co.in

Private Banks: www.ifbi.com and Manipal Academy.

Private-Foreign Banks: through walk-in-interview methods

ICICI Bank PO and Sales Officer: www.icicicareers.com

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF BANKING & FINANCEWeb-site : www.iibf.org.inDiploma in Banking and Finance (DBF)Exam Mode: Online and MCQ typesCentre: Erode and SalemFees: Rs.3,700/= AprxNo.of Papers: ThreeE.Qualification: +2 PassICWA : www.icmai.inCA : www.icai.orgCFA-USA : www.cfainstitute.orgCS : www.icsi.eduCPA-USA: www.aicpa.orgMBA TANCET, CATM.ComHigher Studies:? PleaseSession - IIOpportunities in Stock Market

Financial MarketMoney MarketDebt MarketFOREX MarketCapital MarketDerivative MarketFinancial MarketRBISEBIIRDAPFRDAJobs in Capital MarketEquity DealerBack Office ExecutiveFinancial Analyst

Securities and Exchange Board of India

Bombay Stock Exchange

National Stock Exchange

Newyork Stock Exchange

London Stock Exchange

Tokyo Stock Exchange

Frankfurt Stock Exchange - Germany

Hong Kong Stock Exchange

NASDAQOpportunities in Mutual Fund IndustrySession:IIIRelationship Manager in Banks and Business Development Officer in Mutual Fund Companies.Opportunities in InsuranceSession:IV

Life InsuranceGeneral InsuranceHealth InsuranceSales Manager, Branch Operations, Underwriting and TrainingOther Opportunities:TNPSCUPSCRBILICGeneral Insurance Exam