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INVESTMENT BANKING & FINANCIAL SERVICES Mr. Saravanakrishnan V
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COURSE OBJECTIVES: To provide an understanding of the functioning of investment banking To explain the role of depositories and custodians To provide an in depth understanding of the financial services like factoring, venture capital, leasing and hire purchase. To familiarize the students with working of Housing finance and non banking finance companies To explain the concept and developments in micro finance, credit rating and securitization
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WHAT WE STUDY? Investment Banking Depository System Housing Finance Banking Finance Companies Factoring Underwriting Venture Capital Micro Finance Leasing Hire Purchasing Credit Rating Securitization of debt
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WHERE IS THE JOB OPPORTUNITIES?
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MODULE - 1 Investment Banking - Introduction-Functions of Investment Banks- Types of Investment Banks- Investment Banking Services- Merchant Banking Services-Issue Management-Pre issue and Post issue obligations-Changing landscape of Investment Banking Regulation of the Capital Market- SEBI regulations for merchant bankers, brokers and sub brokers, intermediaries and portfolio managers- SEBI issue and Listing of Debt securities Regulation 2008
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UNIT 2: (9 HOURS) Depository System: Objectives, activities, interacting systems, role of depositories and their services, Advantages of depository system -NSDL and CDSL. The process of clearing and settlement through Depositories, Depository Participants. Regulations relating to Depositories-SEBI (Depositories and Participants) Regulations 1996- Registration of depository and participant- Rights and Obligations of depositories and Participants.
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UNIT 3: (7 HOURS) Housing Finance: Role, Types of housing loans, Institutions and banks offering Housing Finance, Procedure and Interest rates. Income Tax Implication. Reverse mortgage loan. Non-Banking Finance Companies: Types, Growth, Functions, RBI Guidelines, Prudential Norms.
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UNIT 4: (9 HOURS) Factoring: Origin, Types, Factoring mechanism, advantages, factoring charges, International factoring, Factoring in India. Forfeiting: Origin, characteristics, benefits, difference between factoring and forfeiting, growth of forfeiting in India. Securitization of debt: Meaning, Features, Special Purpose Vehicle, Types of securitisable assets, Benefits of Securitization, Issues in Securitization.
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UNIT 5: (9 HOURS) Venture Capital: Concept, features, Origin and the current Indian Scenario. Private equity Investment banking perspectives in private equity Microfinance: The paradigm - NGOs and SHGs - Microfinance delivery mechanisms – Future of micro finance. Credit rating: Definition and meaning, Process of credit rating of financial instruments, Rating methodology, Rating agencies, Rating symbols of different companies. Rating agencies for SMEs.
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UNIT 6: (12 HOURS) Leasing: Concept, Steps in Leasing Transactions, Types of Lease, Legal frameworks, Advantages and disadvantages of Leasing, Contents of a Lease Agreement,
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