H T Parekh Finance Column

H T Parekh Finance Column
Indian private banks have done well over the past decade, and have allayed fears of foreign banks dominating Indian banking. Kotak calling the shots after the merger of Kotak Mahindra Bank and ING...
Indian private banks have done well over the past decade, and have allayed fears of foreign banks dominating Indian banking. Kotak calling the shots after the merger of Kotak Mahindra Bank and ING...
Managerial pay disparity between private sector and public sector banking in India is widening. Should the regulators address this by hiking public sector pay scales, or by curbing private sector pay...
The establishment of the New Development Bank by the BRICS countries is a significant development which could have some impact on multilateral lending for infrastructure in the countries of the South...
A series of events since the early 1980s have pushed developing countries to restructure their economies and integrate themselves with global markets. These policy shifts have made them highly...
Facebook's recent colossal acquisition of WhatsApp is yet another sign that we are now in the middle of a new internet bubble. This bubble is different from that of the late 1990s in that it is being...
On 2 May 1997, the British Labour Party won a landslide election victory, sweeping away 18 years of Conservative rule. Rather like today’s Congress-led government in New Delhi, the air of “l’ancien...
An ongoing debate in India is whether or not Indian non-banking fi nancial companies (NBFCs) are “shadow banks”. This question appears important because we have learned from the ongoing global fi...
Following the crisis of 2007, there is renewed focus the world over on banking structure. This encompasses a number of related matters: the size, scope and number of banks, consolidation and...

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