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PSBs given deadline to identify security gaps, operation risks
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PSBs given deadline to identify security gaps, operation risks

New Delhi: Financial Services Secretary Rajiv Kumar on Tuesday gave a 15-day deadline to the public sector banks (PSBs) to take "pre-emptive" action for identifying gaps and to gear up for rising operational and technical risks. Kumar has asked the Public ... Sify, 1 month ago

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Salaries Of Indian CEOs Increasing At Alarming Pace; Performance Being Ignored!

In an exclusive study conducted by Institutional Investor Advisory Services, it has been found that the growth in salaries of Indian CEOs has outpaced performance. From a business perspective, this seems ridiculous, because this means that performance is now ...
 Trak.in3 weeks ago

3 Things That Your Robo-Advisor Will Never Tell You

Posted by Equitymaster Millennials are tech savvy. Therefore, any business that wishes to service and retain their loyalties is increasing its digital presence. The financial industry is not immune to this trend; rather it's a step ahead. It is on the cusp of ...
 Equitymaster.com1 month ago

Geojit Financial Services launches MF app - Funds Genie

Targeting the investor community, Funds Genie's salient features include, instant on-boarding in just two minutes with zero paperwork, a choice of 14,000+ MF schemes, access to Geojit's recommended list of MF schemes, portfolio performance tracking, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Company set up by Kochhar bros failed to repay Rs 30 crore loans

Kochhar brothers stepped down from the board of Credential Finance by 2009. While Deepak Kochhar started NuPower Renewables, Rajiv set up Avista Advisory Group Credential Finance (CFL), a financial services firm set up by brothers Deepak and Rajiv Kochhar in the mid-1990s, failed to repay its loans taken from financial institutions, including Sicom and a State Bank of India subsidiary.   The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is currently investigating CFL along with NuPower Renewables ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago

ICICI-Videocon: Finance Ministry unaware of BBB member's role

The Finance Ministry on Friday claimed it was unaware of the involvement Banks Board Bureau (BBB) member P Pradeep Kumar in the ongoing ICICI-Videocon loan case. The ministry's clarification comes after a leading daily questioned Kumar's appointment as he is ...
 Sify1 week ago
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'2017-18 was a defining year for Indian economy'

Businesses are still taking time to adjust in the new tax regime, which would weigh on growth rates for the financial year closing today. Call it disruption or structural reform, demonetisation (or note ban) did have dampening effects on the economy. However, even as its negative impact was fading by the time 2017-18 began, the announcement of another reforms or “disruption” — the goods and services tax, which was to be implemented by July 1, 2017, shock the economy and ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Collect passport details of big borrowers in 45 days: Finmin to Banks

The finance ministry has directed state-owned banks to obtain passport details of all borrowers, who have taken loans in excess of Rs 50 crore, within 45 days with a view to preventing alleged fraudsters like Nirav Modi and Vijay Mallya from fleeing the country, sources said. In case the borrower does not have a passport, the bank should obtain a certificate in the form of declaration that the person does not have the passport, sources said quoting the finance ministry's advisory to banks.
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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A year of Chandra, Tata Sons' lucky mascot

A financial turnaround in Tata Steel and Tata Motors has come as a shot in the arm for Chandra.Krishna Kant reports. IMAGE: Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekaran. Photograph: Danish Siddiqui/Reuters N Chandrasekaran, who completes a year as Tata Sons chairman on February 21, is turning out to be lucky for India's largest private sector business group.   After years of losing money on two of the group's biggest bets -- global steel business and domestic passenger cars -- there are strong ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago N Chandrasekaran: Tata Son's lucky mascot  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Money to woo honey: Top 6 Valentine's Day financial gifts

The Valentine's day is here, and Cupid may look stupid for many. But if your intentions are sane, you may well give in to your romantic side. A financial gift not only makes for a seemingly wise choice, but you also increase the probability that your loved ...
 Sify2 months ago
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