BADLA FINANCING, CFS &
Definition: Badla financing is a mechanism
to carry forward a speculative trade.
History:Badla was a carry forward
mechanism for the transfer of shares
A financial intermediary
that performs a variety of
services. This includes:
Acting as an
an issuer of securities
and the investing public,
Facilitating mergers a
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Non Banking Financial
A non bank financial institution (NBFI)
is a financial institution that does not
have a full banking license or is not
supervised by a national or international
banking regulatory agency.
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Institute of Business
COMMERCIAL BANKS IN
Classification of Banks
Various types according to the function
A type of banking service that is provided to unemployed or
low-income individuals or groups who would otherwise have no
other means of gaining financial services.
To enable low-income individuals:
Build their asset
Develop their micro enterp
Is a company
Has a manager (investment advisor)
Pools the capital of many individual
Invests it in set portfolio
Stock, bonds and other securities.
Involves costs including shareholder
transaction costs, investment advi
State Owned with A Difference
By: Ghazanfar Hussain
OGDC has the largest share of Oil & Gas
Reserves in the country
Pakistan Oil production has rapidly
increased by 7 percent to 82000 barrels Oil
per day, from 77000 barrels Oil per day
MAJOR STOCK MARKET
CRASHES IN PAKISTAN
WHAT IS A STOCK MARKET
A sudden decline in the stock prices across
a particular section of a stock market.
in a significant loss of paper
What is in todays lecture?
Introduction to Derivative
Forward and Futures
Various aspects of forwards
Pricing of forward contracts
the last 20 years derivatives have
Private Sector Borrowings
KARACHI, Nov 25 2013 : PRIVATE sector borrowing is picking up thanks to the
rising output of large scale industries, increase in domestic wholesale businesses,
revival of personal loans, and s
By: Nawabzada Asad Jawaid
Rise in Private Sector
sector borrowing is picking up
thanks to the rising output of large-scale
industries, increase in domestic wholesale
businesses, revival of personal loans, and
some expansion in ex
What is monetary policy and its objectives.
Tools to manipulate monetary policy.
Difference between expansionary and contractionary
monetary policy and its effects.
Defining quantitative easing.
Comparison of monetary poli
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The bond market is a financial market
where participants can issue new debt,
known as the primary market, or buy and
sell debt securities, known as the
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Presented by: Tuba
Student ID :12777
What is Venture Capital?
Also known as Private Equity
They partner with investors like
- Pension Fund
- Insurance Companies
- Family Offices
Goal : To improve the companies they buy over time a
Control Of Foreign
Exchange Rates In
What Exchange Rate ?
How are exchange rates
A situation in which a business, individual or
government gives financial assistance to a failing
business or economy to save it from collapsing.
Bailouts can take the form of loans, bonds, sto
BOND MARKET IN
The bond market (also debt market or credit market) is a
financial market where participants can issue new debt, known
as the primary market, or buy and sell debt securities, known as
the secondary market
Presented By: Bilal Jawaid
What is Insurance?
A contract (policy) in which an indivi
Maryam Mazhar Imad
Definition of DFIs
Difference between DFIs and Commercial
Profitability of DFIs.
DFIs in Pakistan
DFIs in India
What are DFIs?
Development finance institutions (DFIs) occupy an in
What was there in the message of Islam which
changed the course of human history?
Does this message have the same power, relevance
and importance today as it did fourteen centuries
As we have seen, no
Euro Zone and Its Crises
Prepared By: Jawad Ahmed Lakhani
What is Euro Area ?
euro area (also known as the
eurozone) consists of those European
Union countries which have adopted the
euro as their currency. It currently has 17
Salman Anis -
Insidertradingis the trading of apublic
companys stockor other securities(such
asbondsorstock options) by individuals with
access to non-public information about the
Employees are allowed to
purchase the shares of th