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INTERNAL ASSIGNMENT APPLICABLE FOR APRIL 2020 EXAMINATION

Treasury Management in Banking
1. Explain yield curves with the help of India GOI bond yield curve. Explain the relationship between the bond prices, yield and duration. (10 Marks)
2. Explain duration GAP analysis in banks. Calculate the duration Gap of the following excerpts from the balance sheet of a bank. Also calculate the impact on the equity of the bank in the different interest rates scenarios.
Balance Sheet for Hypothetical Bank Particulars Assets Duration Liabilities Duration Current Assets 500 5 years Current Liabilities 400 6 Years Fixed Assets 400 Other Liab. 300 900 Equity 200 900
Scenarios for Impact analysis:
1. Interest rates increased by 1%
2. Interest rates decreased by 1%
(10 Marks)
3. Case Study:
PMC Bank, which has lately been in the news for fraudulently extending loans to Housing Development & Infrastructure Ltd (HDIL), imperiling deposits of numerous customers, is just the latest in a series of cooperative banks that have been placed under restrictions by the RBI. As of March 2019, 26 urban cooperative banks (UCBs) were placed under directions of the central bank for putting depositors at risk, thanks to mismanagement or fraud. PMC Managing Director Joy Thomas has admitted to hoodwinking the auditors, bank’s board and the RBI for many years by concealing the default on loans to the tune of Rs. 6,500 crore taken by real estate firm Housing Development and Infrastructure Ltd (HDIL).
This means operations are restricted deposits are stuck lead to chaos among depositors for their hard earned deposits.
a. What are the various risk faced by the banks? Elaborate how risk management norms (Basel norms for e.g.) being provided by RBI can help avoiding such situations.
(5 Marks)
b. What are the reasons that such default happened in PMC bank? Do you think this can be avoided if proper risk management has been implemented by the bank or RBI? (5 Marks)

Insurance & Risk Management
1. India has one of the lowest Insurance penetration rates in the world. Given this fact, if you were to take over as the CEO of a brand new private sector Insurance company “WeEnsureYou” that is about to commence its operations Shortly. Present an article in front of the board members on the future of health Insurance market in India and how this company would contribute itself in creating awareness among the people about the health insurance. (10 Marks)
2. Kiran is appointed as a life Insurance Agent in a renowned Insurance company. In order to acquire and expand her client base she is required to prepare a presentation on the needs for buying life insurance policy. Discuss the Needs for buying the life Insurance Plan in her presentation. (10 Marks)
3. Shyama after completing her MBA from a renowned college got placed as an assistant manager in a Risk Management Department of an Insurance firm.
a. Shyama’s manager ask her to give a short presentation on the concept of Risk Management. (5 Marks)
b. She is required to discuss the various techniques of Risk Management. Help Shyama with the same. (5 Marks)

International Banking & Foreign Exchange Management
1. An export company in India had already issued equity in India and was currently listed in both BSE as well as NSE. The company was planning to expand and have its presence in foreign countries as well. The firm wanted to borrow funds from international market. Suggest any five sources of funding from the international market. (10 Marks)
2. An exporter wants to hedge his one year receivables in USD for $30 million, for which he wants to enter into a futures contract. The spot exchange rate is USD-INR72. The futures price for a contract having the same maturity date is ₹74. Is perfect hedging possible with the futures contract in this case? Calculate loss or profit in the cash and futures market if the spot price is ₹ 75 on the maturity date. Assume lot size as 1000 units.
(10 Marks)
3. A fresh Graduate had joined the International Banking Division of the Bank. On the first day, he was asked by his manager to revise and understand the concepts of International Banking. He was little confused between direct and indirect quote so he decided to approach his manager for the same. If you are his manager explain:
a. Concept of Direct Quote with an example (5 Marks)
b. Concept of Indirect Quote with an example (5 Marks)

Retail Banking
1. Banking today has become a competitive industry. Discuss how the internet and mobile banking is ice breaker to the tradition banking industry. Highlight how internet and mobile banking have brought digitalization in the banking Industry and is helping the industry to pave its way to success. (10 Marks)
2. Shriram has recently graduated from a reputed MBA college and got placed in a private sector bank. His manager asks him to prepare a short note the different types of lending which are carried by banks in day to day operations. Help him to prepare his notes. (10 Marks)
3. “The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little.” - Franklin D. Roosevelt Despite witnessing progressive growth in economy post liberalization, yet nearly 75 % of the households even today are deprived to access to any funds-institutional or otherwise. Banks play a vital role in bridging the social divide and achieving robust and sustainable economic growth. Financial inclusion is viewed as a promising step towards achieving financial equality and stability.
a. Discuss the various initiatives taken by RBI for promoting financial inclusion (5 Marks)
b. Highlight the barriers that impends financial inclusion (5 Marks)

Cost and Management Accounting
1. Analyzing and making decisions in relation to cost requires in-depth study of various costs involved. The process of managerial decision making classify costs into certain specific head so as to be precise in evaluating various business proposals. Discuss any five such costs with relevant examples which are significant for managerial decision making (10 Marks)
2. Standard costing is the process where standard costs of various components and resources are predetermined. Further, there are certain specific objectives for adopting the standard costing techniques in management accounting, Discuss in brief, the distinguished objectives of adopting standard costing in any organization (10 Marks)
3. Puppies and Rabbits, a soft toy manufacturing company requires 1250 units per month, of the soft toy named “COCO Rabbit”. The ordering cost is Rs 1000 per order. The cost of carrying inventory is 10% per annum. The cost of manufacturing one unit of COCO Rabbit is Rs 200
a. Determine the most economic lot size (5 Marks)
b. The minimum total variable cost for the economic lot size (5 Marks)


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