A dynamic financial system helps in the development of a country. Indian Financial System has become dynamic in the last two decades through continuous transformation. The main objectives of this transformational change are to be compatible with the ever-changing economy and be competent with other nation's financial systems. The change is apparent by the range of financial institutions serving the customers and businesses; instruments and services that are available to cater to the needs of the economy and the financial markets, which form a bond between the buyers and sellers.
This book is intended to furnish complete information about the main features of Indian Financial System, various financial markets, services and instruments. This book caters to the need of under-graduate and postgraduate courses in Commerce and Management.
The book is organized in five modules and each one provides a broad view of various aspects of Indian Financial System. The book focusses mainly on the aspects relating to organizations, institutions and regulatory bodies.
Satya Pal Sharma :- S.P. Sharma is Associate Professor, Department of Commerce, VVN Degree College, Bangalore.Mounica Vallabhaneni :- Mounica Vallabhaneni is Professor, Department of MBA, AMC Engineering College, Bangalore.