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Regulatory and Quasi regulatory bodies in India (in Hindi)
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Indian financial regulatory bodies

Aartee Mishra is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Aartee Mishra
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didnt understand what the multiple roots part was trying to attest.
Binati Sheth
2 years ago
You have x^4 + x^3 - x^2 + x +1 so 4 roots
Binati Sheth
2 years ago
Sum of 4 roots = -coefficient of n-1 or 4-1 power/ coefficient of n or 4 = -1/1 =-1
Binati Sheth
2 years ago
So on so forth
Binati Sheth
2 years ago
monetary policy tools ??
8 minutes m 3 or 3:30 to ap course batany m hi laga dete ho.
Zahid baty
4 months ago
mam apne fir se skip Kiya ,,,ager kuchh skip krna hai to topic bol Diya kro,, banking industry, insurance industry, security market ye sb skip hai
a soft loan is a loan with no inetrest or a below market rate of intrest, or loans made by multinational development banks (such as asian development fund),affiliates of the world bank and government agencies to developing countries that would be unable to borrow at the market have lenient terms, such as extended grace periods in which only intrest or services charges are due, and intrest holidays.soft loan typically offer longer amortization schedules(in some cases up to 50 years) and lower interest rate than conventional loans.
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  3. Financial Regulation India has a multiple regulatory architecture in the financial sector. The design has developed complexities over the time due to: the number of regulatory, quasi-regulatory, non-regulatory-but-still-regulating bodies, overlapping ambiguous operational design and their influence A brief overview of the financial regulatory framework is being give here Regulatory Agencies: India has product-wise regulators-Reserve Bank of India (RBI) regulates credit products, savings and remittances, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) regulates investment products, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) regulates insurance products, and the Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) regulates pension products

  4. Financial Regulation Regulatory Agencies: The Forward Markets Commission (FMC) regulates commodity-based exchange-traded futures (which was merged with the SEBI by late 2015) Certain entities, primarily engaged in one product (i.e., the insurance companies) also offer other products making it difficult for product- based regulation (this came to light in the PFRDA-IRDA controversy of early 2010s) Thus, most regulation turns out to be entity-based. Another example is of cooperative banks, which, except in terms of their ownership structure, are very much like other banks-they take deposits and give loans Still, their regulation is largely left to the Registrar of Cooperatives

  5. Financial Regulation Quasi-regulatory Agencies: Several other government bodies perform quasi-regulatory functions- National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI), and National Housing Bank (NHB) NABARD supervises regional rural banks as well as state and district cooperative banks. NHB regulates housing finance companies, and SIDBl regulates the state finance corporations (SFCs)

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