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History of banking in India?
There were many indigenous bankers even during ancient times like the Shroffs, Mahajans, etc. The first bank was The Bank of Hindus than started in 1770 at Calcutta. In 1786, The General Bank of India was started. Three Presidency banks were also started as quasi central banks. The Bank of Calcutta was established in 1806. The Allahabad Bank which exists even today was started in 1865. It is also one of the earliest Joint Stock Bank of India. The first commercial bank in India was the Central Bank of India in 1911.
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The Export-Import (EXIM) Bank of India is the principal financial institution in India for coordinating the working of institutions engaged in financing export and import trad…e. It is a statutory corporation wholly owned by the Government of India. It was established on January 1, 1982 for the purpose of financing, facilitating and promoting foreign trade of India. Capital: The authorised capital of the EXIM Bank is Rs. 200 crore and paid up capital is Rs. 100 crore, wholly subscribed by the Central Government. The bank can raise additional resources through: (i) Loans/grants from Central Government and Reserve Bank of India ; (ii) Lines of credit from institutions abroad ; (iii) Funds raised from Euro Currency markets ; (iv) Bonds issued in India. What are the functions of Export-Import Bank of India: The main functions of the EXIM Bank are as follows: (i) Financing of exports and imports of goods and services, not only of India but also of the third world countries; (ii) Financing of exports and imports of machinery and equipment on lease basis; (iii) Financing of joint ventures in foreign countries; (iv) Providing loans to Indian parties to enable them to contribute to the share capital of joint ventures in foreign countries; (v) to undertake limited merchant banking functions such as underwriting of stocks, shares, bonds or debentures of Indian companies engaged in export or import; and (vi) To provide technical, administrative and financial assistance to parties in connection with export and import.
i ts establish in 1981
Yes it is a scheduled commercial bank in india
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SBI is Nationalised PSU Bank only.
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no HDFC bank is not nationalised bank of india
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