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Under the second phase of nationalization, 07 banks were nationalized. Their deposits were over ________ crore.
The tag line ‘A friend you can bank on’ is of which bank?
Who is having the major stakes in NABARD?
Expand REDP. It is an initiative by NABARD.
When was SEBI established?
‘Unilateral transfers such as donations by Government of India come under which part of Balance of Payment (BOP)?
Gilt-edged securities market is the market for government and semi-government securities. These securities carry –
Expand AEPS in terms of banking.
Who provides refinance facilities to RRBs?
Expand DRI related to a scheme meant for weaker section of our country.
With the aim of achieving Financial Inclusion, Reserve Bank Of India has issued guidelines permitting the banks to employ ____ to facilitate Business Development.
In respect of CGTMSE (Credit Guarantee fund Trust for Micro and Small Enterprises) No collateral and no third party guarantee for fund based and non fund based credit facilities up to ___
SME Stands for:
Which of the following is the Regulator of the credit rating agencies in India?
The branding line of Bank of Baroda is ______
One of the major challenges banking industry is facing these days is money laundering. Which of the following acts/ norms are launched by the banks to prevent money laundering in general?
Which of the following is the Capital Market regulator?
We know that RBI is the apex bank of India. Similarly the apex Bank of the USA is:
Sales above Breakeven point is called ___
Authorized Dealers for foreign transactions are appointed by:
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