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Focuses on system improvements, marketing, customer services, security and legal remedies. This title covers issues like web design and emphasizes on the integration of the channel with the established 'brick-click' model. It surveys the spread of internet facilities and the use of mobile phones with internet connectivity.
This revised and updated edition of Managing Indian Banks: The Challenges Ahead equips the senior management and middle management of banks/financial institutions in dealing with extremely complex issues that have come up in the post sub prime lending crisis.
E-Finance: The Future is Here exhorts the Indian banks to use their post crisis advantages like safe and sound business practices, technology competence and lower costs to attract business from overseas customers. ';The Future is Here,' avers V C Joshi and suggests that financial institutions could effectively use their branch network to market e-services.This concise yet comprehensive book talks about not only the planning aspect, but also the process of e-banking; it discusses the internet business model that these banks can adhere to and examines the working of e-banking, e-insurance and e-broking, and so on. The developments in alternate systems of trading in areas like treasuries and foreign exchange are also discussed in great detail. The author oversteps the Indian periphery and takes on a global approach. The security aspects discussed exhaustively and the author highlights the difficulties in enforcing claims through the judicial process.This book is enriched with recent examples and will be very useful for professionals in the banking, insurance and financial sectors, as also to management students and the general reader. Since it touches upon the implementation aspects of e-finance, it would also be of immense help to practising executives.
This revised and updated edition of Managing Indian Banks: The Challenges Ahead equips the senior and middle management of banks/financial institutions in dealing with extremely complex issues that have emerged in the post sub prime lending crisis. Highlighting the way organisations can develop systems in a proactive manner to deal with the myriad problems facing them, this book focuses on- major technological changes in the banking sector;- risk management;- integrating click and brick banking services; and- problems and solutions with regard to banks' balance sheet, corporate planning, corporate personnel and e-banking.The authors argue that overcoming these challenges is the key to acquiring competitive advantages and developing a sound market for financial services. This book would be helpful for the students of banking, financial management and bank management.
Information technologies especially the internet have truly changed the way we think and do business. Financial institutions across the world are discovering the gamut of financial services they can offer over the Internet. Connectivity, speed and convenience are the buzzwords that have pushed e-finance to become a part of our every day lives. This interesting book traces the detail of penetration of e-finance and its use in business. It shows the potential to improve the quality and scope of financial services and expands the opportunities for trading risks. E-finance can also widen the access to financial services for a much greater set of retail and commercial clients by offering more cost effective services. It will be of great interest to professionals and students in banking and financial services.