Through this article, Vivek Iyer discusses the outlook of the Marginal Cost of Funds-based Lending Rate (MCLR) in India, examining its potential to reshape the country's financial sector. It explores the impact of MCLR on interest rates, the banking system, and the loan market, offering valuable insights into the changing dynamics of India's financial landscape.
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Article examines the implementation of the BUDS Act in India, emphasising the importance of comprehensive design, investor awareness campaigns, multilingual support, and measures to tackle unauthorised deposit-taking schemes.
The first BI-Monthly Monetary Policy Committee meeting happened for the Financial Year 23-24, the market was expecting a rate hike and to some extent had priced a rate hike as well, however to everyone’ surprise, the RBI announced no hike in rates.
Article The Black Swan run on the US banking system: An assessment of the Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) crisis
How a bank run brought down a prominent bank in the US
This publication is the first in the IFRS 17 knowledge series, and it aims at exploring the need for insurance contract accounting and its standardisation into IFRS.
Budget expectations of financial sector
Publication Annual Dealtracker 2023
The 18th annual edition of the Dealtracker provides deal insights for 2022.
This publication provides a perspective on the banking landscape at the Gujarat International Finance Tec-City (GIFT City).
Report BFSI – fintech collaboration
This publication provides a perspective on the current fintech ecosystem in India. It covers how the delivery channels for financial services have been getting increasingly digitalised, and at the forefront of this digital transformation have been fintechs.
This document analyses key developments in the insurance sector
Vikas Vasal explains RBI’s recent move to allow international trade in INR and how this could be the beginning of a new journey for the Indian rupee to gain the status of a global (reserve) currency.
Grant Thornton Bharat explores the new-age banking products aimed at the digital-first generation
Vivek Iyer explains why a strong focus on governance culture is an apt way to respond to an uncertain environment, while mitigating key financial stability risks.
Vishesh C. Chandiok and Jaikrishnan G share their thoughts on how data and digital will drive growth, and trust will build a strong customer base for the banking sector in India.
The report details out the contribution of foreign banks in strengthening the Indian economy and lists down certain suggestions that may help foreign banks in contributing more meaningfully towards a better India.