SMU MBA SEM 3 – MA0036 & FINANCIAL SYSTEM & COMMERCIAL BANKING SUMMER 2016

SMU MBA SUMMER 2016-2017

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DRIVE – SUMMER 2015

PROGRAM – MBADS (SEM 3/SEM 5) MBAFLEX/ MBA (SEM 3)

SUBJECT CODE & NAME – MA0036 & FINANCIAL SYSTEM & COMMERCIAL BANKING

BK ID – B1770

CREDITS – 4

MARKS – 60

 

Q1. Illustrate the role of Trading System in the Securities Market. Explain margin Trading with examples. 6, 4

Ans: Trading system in Securities market: Trading on stock exchanges is done through brokers and dealers. All members can act as brokers, for which they have to maintain security deposits. Brokers act as agents, buying and selling for others for which they receive brokerage commission at stipulated rates. Dealers act as principals and sell securities on their own accounts. However, members cannot enter into contract with any person other than a member without prior permission of the governing body. Given below are the key members

 

Q2. Explain the features of Commercial Papers as a money market instrument. Distinguish between money market and capital market instruments. 5, 5

Ans: Commercial Papers (CP): CP is issued in the form of promissory note but it is an unsecured money market instrument. CPs are as a placed instrument and introduced in India in 1990. It was introduced to enable high rated corporate borrowers to diversify their sources of short-term borrowings and provide an additional instrument to investors. CP can be issued for maturities between a minimum of seven days and a maximum of up to one year from the date of issue. However, the maturity date of the CP should not go beyond the date up to which

 

Q3. Explain the functions of a primary dealer. Enumerate the role of Cooperative banks.  5, 5

Ans: Primary Dealers (PDs) The system of PDs in the government securities market was introduced by the RBI in 1995 to strengthen the market infrastructure of government securities and put in place an improved and efficient

 

Q4. Explain the Asset Liability Management of commercial banks. What do you understand by financial inclusion process ? 5, 5

Ans: Asset Liability Management (ALM): ALM can be defined as a mechanism to address the risk faced by a bank due to a mismatch between assets and liabilities either due to liquidity or changes in interest rates. Liquidity is an institution’s ability to meet its liabilities either by borrowing or converting assets. Apart from liquidity, a bank may also have a mismatch due to changes in interest rates as banks typically tend to

 

Q5. Explain the legal framework of RBI and its credit control mechanism. 5, 5

Ans: Legal Framework: In the previous section, we studied about the formation of the RBI. In this section, we shall study the legal framework of the RBI. The legal framework of the RBI is well spread. It has enactments that take care of the needs and requirements of the financial system, especially safeguarding the interest

 

Q6. “SWIFT offers unique message processing services globally”. Critically explain the features and importance of SWIFT. 10

Ans:

SWIFT system provides a high level of security. Following are the key provisions regarding the message security under SWIFT:

 

  • SWIFT ensures a very high level of security and efficiency, i.e. safety, privacy, accuracy, reliability and deliver

 

 

 

SMU MBA SUMMER 2016-2017

Dear Students,

SMU MBA SUMMER 2016 Assignments are available. For Booking ,Kindly mail us on kvsude@gmail.com OR call us to +91 9995105420  or S M S your “ Email ID ” us in the following Format  “  On +91 9995105420 we will reach back you with in 24H ”