Information technologies especially the internet have truly changed the way we think and do business.
Financial institutions across the world are discovering the gamut of financial services they can offer over the Internet. Connectivity, speed and convenience are the buzzwords that have pushed e-finance to become a part of our every day lives.
This interesting book traces the detail of penetration of e-finance and its use in business. It shows the potential to improve the quality and scope of financial services and expands the opportunities for trading risks. E-finance can also widen the access to financial services for a much greater set of retail and commercial clients by offering more cost effective services.
It will be of great interest to professionals and students in banking and financial services.
About the Author
V C Joshi is a financial services consultant based in Pune. He retired as General Manager UK and European branches, Bank of India and had served as a Director of the National Insurance Academy, Pune, India. He has also served on important committees and on the boards of several organizations. He was Chairman of Indian Banks’ Association, London. He has also worked as a consultant in India with Price Waterhouse Coopers and has been a guest faculty at various institutions, including the Banker’s Training College (RBI) and the National Institute of Bank Management. He has authored several books, including Managing Indian Banks: The Challenges Ahead (third edition, 2009), and numerous articles in the areas of banking and finance.
Table of Contents
Whither E-Finance?Developments in IndiaWhich Way Should We Take?E-Finance Products and ServicesE-TradingE-BankingMarketingRisk ManagementInsurance and E-BankingCyber CrimesNetwork SecurityCyber Laws in E-Commerce and E-FinanceRegulatory Issues