What is Asset-Liability Mismatch in the Banking Sector?
Economy

What is Asset-Liability Mismatch in the Banking Sector?

We all deal with money in everyday life. We earn salaries, we buy things, and we invest it or just keep it. Sometimes we forget our wallet and our friends pay for us at tea stalls. Some other times we pay for them because they paid for us the last time.

Continue Reading about 9 months ago
Impact of Corporate tax cuts on Banks and NBFC’s
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Impact of Corporate tax cuts on Banks and NBFC’s

On September 20th, 2019, the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced Corporate Tax Cuts in order to stimulate the economy. While in our previous article, we have already discussed at length the impact of Tax Cuts on the Corporate Sector. 

Continue Reading about a year ago
Altico and DHFL in Debt Trap
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Altico and DHFL in Debt Trap

It looks like the NBFC crisis is looming on the significant financiers in the market. The crisis is creating a domino effect on the economy as a whole. The entire economy is facing a liquidity crunch, and the NBFCs are no different. The recent downgrades by rating agencies in NBFCs, housing finance companies, and infrastructure projects speak a lot about the problems caused by the crisis.

Continue Reading about 1 years ago
Impact of IL&FS crisis on Indian Economy
Entrepreneurship

Impact of IL&FS crisis on Indian Economy

It was dark September for India’s financial market when debt repayment defaults by Mumbai-headquartered Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services Limited (IL&FS) on inter-corporate deposits and commercial papers worth Rs 4.5 billion came into light. There was a fear that all housing finance companies would get resultant liquidity crunch effect and Lehman Brothers- like condition will come back.

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NBFCs and their Registration Process
Entrepreneurship

NBFCs and their Registration Process

A Non-Banking Financial Company (hereinafter referred to as NBFC) is an entity that provides banking and other lending services but does not come under the legal definition of a bank. An NBFC is incorporated under the Companies Act, 1956 or the Companies Act, 2013. All NBFC’s are necessitated to procure a ‘Commencement of Business’ certificate from the Reserve Bank of India (hereinafter referred to as RBI) as provided under the provision of Section 45-IA of the RBI Act, 1934. Further, they cannot commence any business as a Non-Banking Financial Institution without procuring a ‘Certificate of Registration’ from the RBI. The NBFC Registration and License may be obtained in 90-120 days.

Continue Reading about 2 years ago