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The need for micro finance in India has arisen due to failure of formal banking system in meeting the credit needs of millions of rural and urban people, who constitute poverty or near poverty groups in the country. The banking sector always demands high discipline in collateral security, procedures, repayment schedule, high turnover of clients. Hence they failed to meet the financing need of those struggling to stay alive. It is possible only by making the strategies to increase the scope of activities of micro finance by including food, credit, health, consumption loans, and skill up gradation and education loans. Micro finance is accessing financial services in an informally-formal route, in a flexible, responsive and sensitive manner. Micro finance aims at assisting communities of the economically excluded to achieve greater levels of asset creation and income security at the household and community level. In this study we made an attempt to bring out the complete picture of Microfinance in India. The study is presented in five chapters. This is very useful for the Students, Academicians and Researchers who are in the field of commerce & management and, for the policy makers.
This book reviews the promotion of industrialization through credit finance to support Small-scale manufacturing enterprises (SSMEs). The book reviews Meier's theory of entrepreneurial activities, dualism and flexible specialization modelling of industrialization. The common theme in the three theoretical strands is that the activities of the entrepreneur as an inter-market operator involve gap filling. Where there is scarcity of resources, the entrepreneur would search for and discover opportunities either in the formal or informal sector. Due to the entrepreneur s flexibility and proactiveness, he would search for and marshal financial and human resources necessary for the discovery of new information. Thereafter, using multi-purpose equipment and multi-skilled workers, the new information is translated into new markets, techniques and products in order for the enterprise to be sustained and grow.
The need for micro finance in India has arisen due to failure of formal banking system in meeting the credit needs of millions of rural and urban people, who constitute poverty or near poverty groups in the country. The banking sector always demands high discipline in collateral security, procedures, impracticable, repayment schedule, high transaction cost, emanating from the low scale of operation, high turnover of clients. Hence they failed to meet the financing need of those struggling to stay alive. It is possible only by making the strategies to increase the scope of activities of micro finance by including food, credit, health, consumption loans, and skill up gradation and education loans. Micro finance is accessing financial services in an informally-formal route, in a flexible, responsive and sensitive manner. Micro finance aims at assisting communities of the economically excluded to achieve greater levels of asset creation and income security at the household and community level.
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This book takes you through credit management at an advanced level. It focuses on many areas of credit risk management including: Personal sector, Business sector, Character, Capital, Capacity, Conditions, Consequences, Collateral, Cash flow, Current information, Computerisation, Inflation, Off-balance sheet funding, Foreign exchange rates, Foreign sector sovereign risk,Historical development, Relationship with other financial risks, Assessment of credit risk, Credit risk assessment in the personal sector, Character of the individual, Capital, Capacity, Conditions, Collateral, Credit risk assessment in the corporate sector, Sectoral research, The asset structure, The funding structure, The solvency and liquidity structure, The profitability structure, The trading activity structure, Composition and distribution of profits, Cash flow projection, Management Credit risk assessment in the foreign sector, Managing the risk. Risk sharing, Capital structure effect, Flexible debt service, Nature of guarantees, Off balance sheet treatment of debt, An overview of project risks, Risk rating, Forms of finance used in project financing.
Scaling up to finance for the micro entrepreneurs to meet their financial needs i.e. Savings, credit, Insurance against unexpected event etc., through flexible products at competitive prices, presents formidable challenge in a country as vast varied as India. Micro enterprises are playing a vital role in developing countries by creating employment opportunities to the under privileged sections. Micro enterprises became a powerful tool for poverty alleviation. Micro Enterprises are proved as a remedial measure for social and economic problems in most of the developing countries. Research for streamlining the Micro enterprises in our country is need of the hour. There is a need to improve the living standards of the rural poor by establishing of Micro Enterprises, encouraging the Self Help Groups (SHG), creating employment opportunities to under privileged classes to raise their income levels, replacement of credit facilities by commercial banks in the place of money lenders, reducing the regional disparities, poverty alleviation programmes are need of the hour.
Indian banking sector, which withstood the turmoil of the global financial crisis during 2008-09, started showing some signs of stress during the subsequent period. Performance of Indian banks during the post-crisis period was conditioned to a large extent by fragile recovery of the global financial markets as well as a challenging operational environment on the domestic front, with high inflation and muted growth performance. Bank lending was the principal focus of monetary policy under the credit planning approach adopted in 1967- 68. However, in the wake of banking sector reforms, various restrictions on banks balance sheet were withdrawn and direct credit controls largely dismantled, though in a phased manner. Directed investments were also reduced to a significant extent. The system of administered lending rates was also dismantled and various other restrictions on banks lending were gradually removed in order to enable banks to operate in a flexible manner. This leads to a structural transformation in the lending and investment operations of the banks. In this backdrop, the researcher has undertaken the research work on A Study on Advances by Scheduled Commercial Banks .
Copulas are distribution functions with standard uniform univariate margins. A famous class of copulas consists of Archimedean copulas, which are constructed by a one-dimensional function called the generator of the Archimedean copula. In large-dimensional applications the symmetry of Archimedean copulas is often considered to be a drawback. By nesting Archimedean copulas at different levels, one obtains the more general and flexible class of nested Archimedean copulas. The present work explores these copulas. In particular, efficient sampling algorithms, especially suited for large dimensions, are presented. From the practitioner's point of view, fast sampling algorithms are required for large-scale simulation studies. Efficiently sampling nested Archimedean copulas requires sampling from certain distributions which are related to the generators of the Archimedean copulas involved via Laplace-Stieltjes transforms. The work at hand presents efficient strategies for sampling these distributions. As an application, a pricing model for collateralized debt obligations is developed which precisely captures the given hierarchical structure of such a credit-risky portfolio.