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H.G. JOSHI & CO. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS

of a share or shares of a company registered or incorporated outside India;] H.G. JOSHI & CO. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS H.G. JOSHI & CO. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS R.Gopinath (HUF) v. ACIT [2010] 5 taxmann.com 80 (Chennai - ITAT) The sale/transfer of stock-in-trade cannot be equated with the transfer of/TDRs had been received in exchange of transit buildings constructed for slum dwellers as part of on going project—Since the project was not complete, the assessee had set off TDRs against work-in-progress—AO observed /


COMMODITY EXCHANGES IN OTHER REGIONS OF THE DEVELOPING WORLD. Leonela Santana-Boado Senior Economist UNCTAD.

years, commodity futures trade volumes will exceed stock market volumes. Why such a success? One important reason was a massive marketing campaign. Brokers played a key role in this. PH Ravikumar, MD, NCDEX said India needed at least 1,000 warehouses, while only 150 warehouses were there. NCDEX started NCMSL early this year to facilitate physical delivery of exchange traded commodities. NCMSL already has close/


ONE MARK QUESTIONS WITH ANSWER

d. lame duck CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER 30. Securities contract regulation act was passed in a. 1952 b. 1956 c.1964 d. 1954 CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER 31. Stock exchanges deal in a. goods b. services c. financial securities d. country’s currency CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER 32. Number of recognised stock exchange in India a. 2 b. 21 c. 22 d. 24 CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER 33. A/


Business Ethics: A New Style of Management and Investment

York Stock Exchange, Inc. Fairness, integrity, and efficiency Make the U.S. capital markets the most successful in the world. In the past decade, more than 5,600 domestic and foreign enterprises raised an aggregate of over $500 billion through IPOs in U.S/ supports and networks within India to link them to a global movement. As of now it is working in 14 states of India, with 104 partner organizations with a total client outreach of 5 million. Some of the biggest MFIs in India like Share Microfin, Spandana/


Outward Foreign Direct Investment Policy (‘ODI’) – Basics of FEMA August 16, 2011 Vijay Gupta AICWA, FCS, FCA VKGN & Associates Chartered Accountants Mobile:

No outstanding dues such as dividend, royalty, technical know- how from JV / WOS Sale after > 1 full year of operations and APR for said year has been submitted Indian party is not under investigation in India Shares sold on a Stock Exchange or if unlisted, share price not less than value certified by CA/CPA based on latest audited balance sheet Sale proceeds repatriated to/


Establishment of the Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI) Section 3 of SEBI Act, 1992 The Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI)was established.

must comply with the Constitution and the Act…….” Functions of The Board (Continued) sub-section 2 of Section 11 of SEBI Act,1992. (2) Without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing provisions, the measures referred to therein may provide for - (a) regulating the business in stock exchanges and any other securities markets; (b) registering and regulating the working of stock brokers, sub-brokers, share transfer agents, bankers to an/


FINANCIAL CRISES PAST & PRESENT John Munro, University of Toronto The South Sea Bubble of 1720 and its relationship to the current financial crisis: an.

4.1695: formation of the London Stock Exchange (LSE): on Lombard Street Note: a secondary market for trading in (buying and selling) previously issued shares by this time, England had 137 joint-stock companies, most of which were unincorporated. 5.1698: New East India Company Incorporated: thus, it broke the original East India Company’s monopoly on Asian trade. in return for a permanent loan of £2.0 million at/


Securities and Exchange Board of India

within 10 working days. None of these Incorrect Reset Questions Classteacher Learning Systems Classteacher Learning /of SEBI through the enactment of Securities and Exchange Board of India Act. This Act gives more power to SEBI to regulate and control all activities of the Stock Exchanges. New face of SEBI Autonomous Body More Powers Final Regulatory authority of stock exchanges Classteacher Learning Systems Classteacher Learning Systems Reasons for establishment SEBI was established as a regulatory authority of the stock exchanges in India/


An Overview of Domestic and Overseas Markets In House Congress, Mumbai At Grand Hyatt, April 29, 2008.

) ▪ New Australian stock exchange with a focus on technology ▪ Plans to become fully operational by second half of 2008 Economy of the CountryMoney SupplyInterest RateCorporate ResultsGlobal Capital Market ScenarioForeign Funds InflowStrength/Weakness of the Local Currency GDP growth forecast for India: 2008-09 CMIE 9.5% IBs 7.0 to 8.4% IMF 7.9% GDP growth in India: 2007-08 – 8.7% Inflation scenario for India: 2008-09/


(financial services & solutions) Corporate Presentation Corporate Presentation www.mefcom.in  New Delhi  Jaipur  Chandigarh  Ahmedabad 2011-12 In strategic.

diligence work. Listing (AIM, PLUS & LSE) and Capital raising activities like GDR, FCCB. Client Cross-Border Investor-Relation Roadshows. Wealth management services for HNW individuals. Islamic Finance (Shariat Compliant Products). Hybrid Structures and Family Offices. Channelisation of Investments for Foreign Nationals in India and Indian Nationals in Overseas Markets. Stock broking services for FIIs, Domestic Institutions, Indian companies and HNW individuals (Beaufort are Members of London Stock Exchange/


Jan 2013.

Ang Lee wins best director Oscar for Life of Pi Ang Lee is awarded best director for his work on Life of Pi, an adaptation of the bestseller by Yann Martel Discrimination of women in India a complex social problem President of India Pranab Mukherjee signed an ordinance on February 3,/ of Z Energy Ltd., a gas station operator that supplies a third of New Zealand’s fuel, may list it on the nation’s stock exchange as they prepare to sell a stake to the public. 5. U.S. stocks rose for the week U.S. stocks /


Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd. BSE SME Presents – SME and ITP.

Formal SME financing in India presents hosts of challenges Consequently banking institutions gravitate towards collateral based financing Need for SME Exchange  Provide the SMEs/stock exchange, has invested a minimum amount of fifty lakh rupees in the equity shares of the company through such association/group. Eligibility Criteria-Contd. BSE-SME Institutional Trading Platform 3.The company has received finance from a scheduled bank for its project financing or working capital requirements and a period of/


1 TAX IMPLICATIONS OF DOING BUSINESS IN INDIA NOVEMBER 6, 2006 22nd ANNUAL SJSU/TEI HIGH TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE Nishith Desai NISHITH DESAI ASSOCIATES David.

education cess # Sale on the stock exchange shall attract Security Transaction Tax at applicable rates 22 INDIAN TAX REGIME… TAXATION OF CAPITAL GAINS: Treaty Considerations  USA (taxable in India as per domestic laws and tricky issues)  Cyprus (tax-exempt in India)  Singapore (tax-exempt in India subject to LOB conditions)  Netherlands (tax-exempt in India subject to certain conditions)  Mauritius (tax-exempt in India)  UAE (tax-exempt in India but tricky issues) 23 Royalty income/


Indian Economy. Growth and Development of the Economic Firmament.

due or has accrued to any person resident in India such persons shall take all reasonable steps to realise Securities Exchange Board Of India : Define SEBI : The Securities & Exchange Board Of India (sebi ) setup in 1988 was given statutory recognition in 1992 on recommendation of the Narsimhan Committee The purpose & Aims of SEBI : Regulating the business in stock markets & other securities markets. Registering & regulating the working of stock brokers & other intermediaries associated with the securities/


JAIIB / Diploma in Banking & Finance LEGAL & REGULATORY ASPECTS OF BANKING MODULES A & B.

external auditors, as well as internal control functions. governing in a transparent manner, especially where a bank operates in jurisdictions, or through structures, that may impede transparency and. the role of supervisors in promoting and assessing sound corporate governance practices 56..In India the Corporate Governance involves agency a.. Reserve Bank of India b.. Securities and Exchange Board of India c.. Department of Company Affairs d.. a, b & c 57.. Identify the/


Corporate Governance 2 “ Corporate”  Corporate is adjective meaning “of or relating to a corporation” derived from the noun corporation.  A corporation.

THE SHAREHOLDERS IN SPECIFIC CHAPTERS IN THE ANNUAL REPORT IN INDIA IT IS DISCLOSED IN THE CHAPTER ON MANAGEMENT DISCUSSIONS AND AREAS OF CONCERN UNDER THE MANDATORY DISCLOSURES UNDER CLAUSE 49 OF THE LISTINGS AGREEMENT CATEGORIES OF RISKS / of improving corporate governance eg Birla committee 2000;Narayana murthy committee 2003;Nareshchandra committee 2004 and J J Irani committee in 2005 FUNCTIONS OF SEBI  REGULATING BUSINESS IN STOCK EXCHANGES AND OTHER SECURITIES MARKETS  REGULATING THE WORKING OF STOCK/


SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE BOARD OF INDIA.  The Securities and Exchange Board of India was established on April 12, 1992 in accordance with the provisions.

Preamble of the Securities and Exchange Board of India describes the basic functions of the Securities and Exchange Board of India as “…..to protect the interests of investors in securities and to promote the development of, and to regulate the securities market and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto” Functions of the Board (A) Regulatory 1.regulating the business in stock exchanges and any other securities markets 2.registering and regulating the working of stock brokers, sub/


CAPITAL MARKET. WHAT IS CAPITAL MARKET ? CAPITAL MARKET  PROLOGUE  DEFINITION OF CAPITAL MARKET  FEATURES  MAIN ELEMENTS  STOCK MARKET  INDIAN.

is allowed as an alternative form of investment CAPITAL MARKET COND … 4 NSE (India’s National Stock Exchange) is the third largest in the world in the number of trades after NYSE and NASDAQ. 4 India has 23 small and 2 big stock exchanges. 4 The 2 big stock exchanges (National Stock Exchange and Bombay Stock Exchange) account for 90 per cent of trade.  Over 7000 listed companies on the stock exchanges – largest in the world. CAPITAL MARKET COND … 4/


MARKET INSIGHTS Guide to the Markets ® U.S.|| 3Q 2015 As of Aug 31, 2015.

– U.S. Data are as of August 31, 2015. 14 Correlations between weekly stock returns and interest rate movements Weekly/4% Growth in working age population Percent increase in civilian non-institutional population ages 16-64 Drivers of GDP growth Average year-over-year percent change Growth in investment in structures and/of which are regulated by the Securities and Futures Commission; in India by JPMorgan Asset Management India Private Limited which is regulated by the Securities & Exchange Board of India; in/


FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN HEALTHCARE – Stock Markets 13 th Jan 2012 By Atul Kochhar.

today  Understanding Stock Markets & terms used in context to Stock markets  Obligations of Corporate (healthcare company) with respect to Stock markets  ERP Systems  Business models of existing hospitals working in India – Apollo v/s Fortis  Banks Topics to be covered today  Understanding Stock Markets & terms used in context to Stock markets  Obligations of Corporate (healthcare company) with respect to Stock markets  ERP Systems  Business models of existing hospitals working in India – Apollo v/


FEMA-Recent changes and FATCA-CRS Compliance for NRIs 26.12.2015 RAJKOT BRANCH OF WIRC OF THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF INDIA CA. RAJESH H.

DIS) & under Portfolio Investment Scheme (PIS) of shares listed on Stock Exchanges which will require a designated bank acc., stock broking acc., demat acc. and a POA in India as the shares need to be delivered in real time..03 Such investment can be made/Bank..03 Monthly and annual statements to be filed..04 Changes in terms and conditions to be notified. 7. End-use:-.01 Capital Expenditure only..02 Construction not permissible..03 Working capital or other objectives now permissible but from Shareholder 25%/


For important disclosure information please refer to the last page of this presentation. Global and Asian Investment strategy Christopher Wood May 2015.

2015. Source: Tokyo Stock Exchange, Bloomberg Page 40 Japan: Bank of Japan purchases of ETFs The Bank of Japan has bought Y1.086tn worth of Japanese ETFs so far in 2015, after buying Y1.28tn in 2014. The BoJ on 31 October 2014 tripled the pace of its planned ETF /. Mainland visitor arrivals rose by only 7.7%YoY in 1Q15, down from 16%YoY in 2014 and 26%YoY in 2010. Source: CLSA, CEIC Data, Hong Kong Tourism Board Page 65 India: Investment as % of nominal GDP Annualised gross fixed capital formation (GFCF) to/


LEGAL & REGULATORY ASPECTS OF BANKING MODULES A & B.

external auditors, as well as internal control functions. governing in a transparent manner, especially where a bank operates in jurisdictions, or through structures, that may impede transparency and. the role of supervisors in promoting and assessing sound corporate governance practices 56..In India the Corporate Governance involves agency a.. Reserve Bank of India b.. Securities and Exchange Board of India c.. Department of Company Affairs d.. a, b & c 57.. Identify the/


Chapter 01 The Challenging World of International Business McGraw-Hill/Irwin Copyright © 2013 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.

India Company 1600: branches throughout Asia; Dutch East India Company The 17 th and 18 th centuries: the “age of mercantilism” Significant multinationals in/in production costs which result in: 1.Differences in endowments of the factors of production 2.Differences in levels of technology that determine the factor intensities used 3.Differences in efficiencies with which factor intensities are used 4.Foreign exchange rates. 2-50 Foreign Investment Portfolio Investment –The purchase of stocks/poor working /


Presented in class of:- Dr.Ashish Pareek Presented by:- Anubhav Jain Gunjan Bhardwaj Malkhan Meena Radha Meena Rohit Sharma Varsha Sahu ROLES & FUNCTIONS.

two functions, they are  Regulatory functions And  Developmental functions 9 R EGULATORY F UNCTIONS  Regulation of stock exchange and self regulatory organizations.  Registration and regulation of stock brokers, sub-brokers, Registrars to all issues, merchant bankers, underwriters, portfolio managers etc.  Registration and regulation of the working of collective investment schemes including mutual funds.  Prohibition of fraudulent and unfair trade practices relating to securities market.  Prohibition/


U/S 44 AB of Income Tax Act, 1961 [Guidance Note on Tax Audit (Revised 2014) issued by the ICAI] Tax Audit A.Y. 2016-17 ID:

”.  The tax auditor should maintain working papers accordingly. 52 Contd…. Issues on Clause no. 11…..  As per the provisions of Section 128 of the Companies Act, 2013, the books of account are mandatorily required to be kept at the Registered Office of the company.  However, in case of Books of accounts being maintained at any other place other than registered office in India, resolution of Board of Directors required to be passed/


Part I- Mergers and Amalgamations BY Pradeep K. Mittal Past Central Council Member of The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, New Delhi Corporate.

in such form as may be prescribed shall also be sent to the Central Government, the income-tax authorities, the Reserve Bank of India, the Securities and Exchange Board, the Registrar, the respective stock exchanges, the Official Liquidator, the Competition Commission of India established under sub-section (1)of section 7 of/ but for the proper working of the compromise and/or arrangement. This power either to give directions to overcome the difficulties or if the provisions of the scheme themselves create /


Stock Market In India. Covering in Lesson Various Markets & Its Features Development of securities market in India Regulation of securities Market Primary.

NSE started trading in currency derivatives Securities and exchange board of India Objectives: ◦To protect the interest of the investors in securities ◦To promote the development of securities market in India ◦To regulate the securities market Important Functions of SEBI 1.Regulating the business in stock exchanges and any other securities markets 2.Recognition and regulation of the stock exchanges 3.Registering and regulating the working of the depositories [participants], custodians of securities, foreign/


MUTUAL FUNDS: AN OVERVIEW Neha Agarwal 5002 MBA. INTRODUCTION A Mutual Fund is a trust that pools the savings of a number of investors who share a common.

be introduced in India by any asset management company. These schemes invest in real estate properties and earn income in the form of rentals, capital appreciation from developed properties. Also some part of the fund corpus is invested in equity shares or debentures of companies engaged in real estate assets or developing real estate development projects. REMFs are required to be close-ended in nature and listed on a stock exchange. Investment/


Presentation by: Mr. Sani-e-Mehmood Khan General Manager of the Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) Date: Friday - November 04, 2016 Pakistan as an Emerging.

: No opt-out option of CGT for FIs Widening of Circuit Breakers Streamlining of Forex hedging Absence of a fail trade policy Unavailability of transactions by two funds working under one asset manager (NDM) Inactivity in SLB Short-selling in line with International Best Practices Remittances of commission to IBDs (International Broker Dealers) Straining of FIs over custody matters Pakistan Stock Exchange Limited 16 PSX PROGRESS FOR RECLASSIFICATION OF PAKISTAN INTO MSCI EM/


BARRIERS TO FINANCING INDIAN RENEWABLE ENERGY RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECT FINANCE AND GOVERNMENT SUPPORT PANEL -- THE LEGAL PERSPECTIVE US-INDIA RENEWABLE.

developer. However, Larger Biofuels (Biodiesel/Fuel Ethanol) Projects Are Beginning To Be Financed At Sizes of 30 Million Annual Gallons to 100 Million Annual Gallons. In this regard, we have closed or are working on the following renewable energy projects in India: Closed 2 biodiesel projects in Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, India for (i) a large U.S. venture capital company at 50 million gallons per year and/


INDIA’S CONSUMER INVESTMENT BANK

Bank (Category I Merchant Banker) regulated by Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI) For over 15 years, Northbridge Capital’s Consumer Practice has worked with owners/promoters of Indian consumer/FMCG companies on raising capital, acquisition and stake/the CEO at Dutt Stock Broking Limited (Member, National Stock Exchange & OTC Exchange of India), an institutional broker and equities research house. Dutt Stock Broking Limited was listed for 3 continuous years in the “Who’s Who in Asian Equities” Gvmk,/


ISSUES IN BUSINESS DEDUCTIONS

of an Indian company; Any person managing the whole/ substantial affairs of any other company in India; Any person holding an agency in India; Where the consideration is for or in connection with termination or modification of terms of /in respect of derivative including hedging transactions needs to be recognized in the Profit and Loss Account. Tax Treatment As per provisions of Section 43(5), amended with effect from 1 April 2006, any income arising from derivative transaction on recognized stock exchange/


CG & CSR ( Over all Concepts)

strength of adequate information. 4/6/2017 M.R.Vanithamani , AP, SOM, VLBJCET LEGAL AND REGULATORY FRAME WORK The Companies Act 1956 was the principals legislation providing the formal structure for corporate governance. Securities and Exchange Board of India – / of conditions of corporate governance as stipulated in this clause and annex the certificate with the directors’ report, which is sent annually to all the shareholders of the company. The same certificate shall also be sent to the Stock Exchanges /


Housing finance in India

equity. Exit is preferably through listing on stock exchanges. Venture capital This method has been extremely successful in USA, and venture funds have been credited with the success of technology companies in Silicon Valley. The entire computer industry thrives on it. One can ask why venture funding is so successful in USA and has a not-so-impressive track record in India. Venture capital For any venture idea/


General Insurance.

POLICY AND COVERS FINANCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF A PROJECT BEING DELAYED BECAUSE OF ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE TO THE PROJECT MATERIAL. DETERIORATION OF STOCKS COVERS THE RISK OF DETERIORATION OF STOCK FOLLOWING OF BREAKDOWN OF REFRIGERATION PLANT AND MACHINERY. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT POLICY THE POLICY COVERS 3 SECTIONS: SECTION-I: COVER APPLIES TO UNFORSEEN AND SUDDEN PHYSICAL LOSS RESULTING IN REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF EQUIPMENT SECTION-II: EXTERNAL DATA MEDIA COVER SECTION-III: INCREASED COST OF WORKING


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undertaking. No investment has been made by such AIFs in a VCU which is an associate company. Units of a trust set up as AIF or shares of a company set up as AIF, are not listed on a recognized stock exchange. In the context of AIF regulations, the Venture Capital Undertaking shall be defined as it is defined in the Alternative Investment Funds Regulations. This amendment will/


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extensively throughout Asian market by some of the largest broking firm in India. Extensive functionality includes Client Data Management, Trade Done, Daily MTM Bills, Margin Management and Accounting. Commex is very user friendly, tried and time tested software with all functionality of Commodity Market Segments which covers all exchange based compliances and your client needs. Whether you are small stock broking house or big, this software/


COMPANY LAW.

stock exchanges in the country. & Unlisted Company No listing. SEBI guidelines not applicable. Subsidiary Company. Another Co. holds >½ equity or controls composition of Board. Holding Company. The controlling company of subsidiary company. Government Company. not less than 51% of the paid up capital held by Government. Also subsidiary of Govt. Co. Non govt. Company. Domestic Company. Foreign company: a company incorporated outside India and has the place of business in India/


Global Investment Strategy

, Mumbai - 400098, is a member of the National Stock Exchange of India Limited (SEBI Registration Number - INB 230675231/INF 230675231/INE 230675231) and Bombay Stock Exchange Limited (SEBI Registration Number - INB 010675237/INF 010675237) and is regulated by Securities and Exchange Board of India. Thailand: JPMorgan Securities (Thailand) Limited is a member of the Stock Exchange of Thailand and is regulated by the Ministry of Finance and the Securities and Exchange Commission. Indonesia: PT J.P/


INVESTING IN INDIA October 2007. FDI Policy Framework Foreign Direct Investment.

BSE and NSE crossed US$ 1trillion in July 2007 India first BRIC country with Market Cap of above GDP and joins select group of countries The Bombay Stock Exchange is one of the oldest stock exchanges in the world and has more than 5,000 listed companies. The National Stock Exchange of India Limited (NSE) is third largest in terms of volume of trade. Electronic screen-based trading systems. Early adopters of satellite communication and T+2 Rolling/


Career options after 12 Commerce stream.

and institutions Financial Institutions There are over 78,000 members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants,70% of whom work in public practice and the remaining are engaged in services in trade and industry. Earnings 2.67 Lakhs to 14 /e.g Economic Times, Business India, CNBC etc. Stock Exchanges, Tata AIG, LIC, Reserve Bank of India etc. Graduates can specialize at the post graduate level *Graduates can specialize at the post graduate level. Postgraduation in business economics is suggested for entering/


A PROJECT REPORT ON PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF SECTORAL MUTUAL FUND.

work. Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance Ltd. Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance is a 76:24 joint venture between Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. and Old Mutual plc. Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance is one of the fastest growing insurance companies in India/myris.com and in some cases the websites of the respective funds. Benchmark Index The data is sourced from the website of National Stock Exchange. www.nse-india.com Selection of the Schemes Details pertaining to the type of the scheme, Assets/


Securities & Exchange Board of India Preparad by : Sandhya keisham Devi Priya chauhan Ashish chauhan Vivek chauhan Rahul chauhan Nishant chaudhary 1.

.  The mission of SEBI is to make India as one of the best securities market in the world and SEBI as one of the most respected regulator in the world.  In the year of 1995, the SEBI was given additional statutory powers by the Government of India through an amendment to the Securities and Exchange Board of India Act 1992.  It is the apex body to develop and regulate the stock market in India.  It is/


International Workshop on "Econophysics of Wealth Distributions", Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata, India, 15-19 March, 20051 Income Inequality.

) London Stock Exchange FTSE (Financial Times Stock Exchange) index and CPI Housing (1991-2001); German Stock Exchange Composite DAX (CDAX) index and CPI Housing (1990-2002); Milano Borsa Italia (MIB) index and CPI Housing (1987-2002) International Workshop on "Econophysics of Wealth Distributions", Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata, India, 15-19 March, 200519 3.4 Temporal Change of the Distributions: The Composition of Total Income in the Two Sections of the Distributions/


Observed Social Customs GWU School of Business India Trip Travel Guide 2006/2007 Lighting Lamp In many Hindu homes a lamp is lit daily before the altar.

indEX), also called the BSE 30, is a widely used market index in India and Asia. It is among the 5 biggest stock exchanges in the world in terms of transactions volume.stock exchangeAsiaDalal StreetMumbai18752006market capitalizationRs.trillionUS $BSE SENSEX Asia Sightseeing Ideas and Options in Mumbai The University of Mumbai (formerly University of Bombay) is a university situated in Maharashtra state of India. It has been given a five-star ranking by NAAC. The/


THE WORLD ECONOMY EXCHANGES, CAPTIALISM, COLONIALISM, AND EMPIRE BUILDING.

arose which insured ventures  Lloyds of London is the oldest in world ► Formation of powerful, profitable joint-stock companies  English East India Company, founded in 1600  United East India Company (VOC), Dutch, founded in 1602  Private enterprises, enjoyed government support, little oversight EUROPEANS IN INDIAN OCEAN ► Posts were commercial ventures not areas of colonization ► Portuguese controlled area initially  Established ports in India, dominated trade to, from India ► Goa was capital for/


Introduction to the Course and Main Issues in the Global Economy

Fragile Five: India, Indonesia, Brazil/of structural reforms in some Internal devaluation (fall in Unit Labor Costs to increase competitiveness) in some periphery Fiscal adjustment and reforms in exchange of liquidity and bailout funds holding politically. Grand bargain between core and periphery The Negatives in/of EZ continues Structural reforms are too slow Abenomics is partially working in Japan but many risks remain Abenomics has partially worked: Deflation ending Growth picking up Yen weaker and stock/


1 15:30/16:45 - Panel 4 Asset Management: New Trends in Products and Management Techniques in India.

in Products and Management Techniques in India 17 GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE INDIAN MUTUAL FUND INDUSTRY 1996 – 2007 A P KURIAN Chairman ASSOCIATION OF MUTUAL FUNDS IN INDIA 18 Evolution of the Indian MF Industry Unit Trust Of India set up under an Act of Parliament in 1963. Launched its first scheme in 1964 In/in association with various bodies conducts, participates in awareness programmes AMFI brought out a simple booklet on the concept and working of mutual funds Various Trade bodies, Stock Exchanges /


Executives Module. RGB 065172 58135187 3252147 2845130 4195131 169 205 1 Financial Literacy - Part A Index Advantages of Financial Literacy #1 Basics.

stock exchange.  The shares are listed and traded on stock exchanges which facilitate the buying and selling of stocks in the secondary market. The prime stock exchanges in India are The Stock Exchange Mumbai, known as BSE and the National Stock Exchange known as NSE. The purpose of a stock exchange is to facilitate the exchange of/business plan with realistic projections of income and expenses for the first three to five years of operation  Save money while working as an employee in a regular job before /


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