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29381388 innovation-in-indian-banking-sector

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29381388 innovation-in-indian-banking-sector

  2. 2. CONTENTS Introduction Indian Banking Sector Innovation in Banking Sector Types of Innovative Banking Types of Products & Services Types of Electronic Systems Innovative Schemes of ING VYSYA BANKConclusion
  3. 3. INTRODUCTIONThe term “Innovation” means ‘tomake something new’Banks no longer restricted themselvesto traditional banking activities, butexplored newer avenues to increasebusiness and capture new market.
  4. 4. INDIAN BANKING SECTORFrom the time bank of bengal(1806),qualitative and quantitative changes takenplaceWith 1935 regulation, the RBI was proclaimedthe central bank of IndiaIn the 1990s, greater emphasis being placedon technology and innovationNew concept like personal banking, retailbanking, total branch automation, etc wereintroduced
  5. 5. INNOVATIONS IN INDIAN BANKING SECTORCategory I: Types Of Innovative BankingCategory II: Types Of Product & ServicesCategory III: Electronic Systems
  6. 6. Types of Innovative Banking1.E-BANKING Enables people to carry out most of their banking transaction using a safe website which is operated by their respected bank Advantage Faster & more convenient transaction No longer required to wait in long queues Opening of account simple & easy Apply for bank loan Cost effective for banker side Fund transfer become faster & convenient Stock trading, exchanging bonds & other investment
  7. 7. 2. CORE BANKINGDepositing and lending of moneyCore banking solutionKnowing customers needs3. CORPORATE BANKING Financial services to large corporate & MNCsServices: Overdraft facility Domestic and international payments Funding Channel financing Letters of guarantee Working capital facility for domestic & internationaltrade
  8. 8. 4. INVESTMENT BANKING Creating funds and wealth of clients Fund creating in two ways :• Corporate Finance• M & As Professional sales person providing advice on stock trading5. RURAL BANKINGIt provides & regulates credit services for the promotion &development of rural sector mainly agriculture, SSI, cottageand village industries, handicrafts and many more.Examples Of Regional Rural Banks are NABARD, HARYANASTATE COPERATIVE APEX BANK LIMITED, SYNDICATE BANK, UNITEDBANK OF INDIAKIOSK BANKING
  9. 9. 6. NRI BANKINGThis facility is designed for diverse banking requirementsof the vast nri population spread across the globe. NRE (Non Resident External Account) NRO (Non Resident Ordinary Account) FCNR (Foreign Currency Non Resident Account)
  10. 10. 7.RETAIL BANKINGIt refers to banking in which banks execute transactiondirectly with individual , rather than corporate banks.It is also known as ‘One stop shop’.Services: Saving and checking accounts Mortgage Housing Finance Auto Finance Consumer Durable Loans Personal Loans Educational Loans Credit Cards
  11. 11. TYPES OF PRODUCTS & SERVICES 1.TOTAL BRANCH AUTOMATION  Speed up bank transactions and less error  More customer friendly and flexible  Towards paperless transactions 2. ANY BRANCH BANKING It is a facility for customers to operate their account from any of the same banks network branch Facilities available:  Cash withdrawal & Cash deposits  Account statement  Facility to issue multi- city cheques  Fund transfer  Balance enquiry  Purchase of demand drafts pay order  Repayment of loan account
  12. 12. 3. DEMAT SERVICES It offers secure and convenient way to keep track yoursecurities and investment over a period of time withoutthe hassle of handling physical documents It provide facility of online trading4. MICROFINANCEIt refers to a movement that envisions a world in whichlow income households have permanent access to a rangeof high quality financial service to finance their incomeproducing activities, build assets, stabilize consumptionand protect against risks.
  13. 13. 5. PLASTIC MONEY Plastic money are the alternative to the cash or standardmoney Convenient to carry Generic term for all types of bank cards, debit cads,credit cards, smart cards6. MOBILE BANKINGThe account that can travel with you.Facility one can bank from anywhere,at any time, & in any condition or any howFacilities are:• Balance enquiry• Fund transfer• Chequebook request,etc
  14. 14. Type of Electronic Systems1.ATM It stands for ‘Automatic teller machine’ In simple words, it is ‘ simple to use self service solution Value added services like recharge their mobile, pay the utilty bills, mutual fund transactions, etc2. RTGS It stands for ‘Real time gross settlement system It is a fund transfer mechanism where transfer of money takes place from one bank to another on a ‘real time’ and on ‘gross basis’. This is the fastest possible money transfer system through the banking channel. It is different from EFT and NEFT It is primarily for large volume transaction The time taken for effecting funds transfer from one account to another is normally 2 hours
  15. 15. 3. FINACLEThis system provides the holistic and integratedtransformation approach, complete with solutions andservicesFinacle solutions addresses the requirements of retail,corporate and universal banking worldwide like Core banking solution E-banking solution Mobile banking solution Wealth management CRM requirements, etc
  16. 16. The ING group originated in 1990s and stands for ‘INTERNATIONALE NEDERLANDEN GROUP’ ING’s mission is to be a leading, global, client focused, innovative and low-cost provider of financial services through the distribution channels of the client’s preference in markets where ING can create value. Innovative schemes if ING Vyasya Banks are: SMARTSERV Vysunit deposits ING vysya credit and debit cards
  17. 17. CONCLUSIONThe BANKING sector in India has become stronger in termsof capital and the number of customers. It has becomeglobally competitive and diverse aiming, at higherproductivity and efficiency.Exposure to worldwide competition and deregulation inIndian financial sector has led to the emergence of betterquality products and services. Reforms have changed theface of Indian banking and finance. The banking sector hasimproved manifolds in terms of Technology, Deregulation,Product & Services, Information Systems, Etc“With new opportunities unfolding Banking Sector, Indiais emerging as a global power in banking services in thenext two decade."
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