The textbook, "Legal and Regulatory Aspects of Banking", published by Macmillan Publication, is a recommended guide for aspirants of upcoming JAIIB / Diploma in Banking and Finance.
Bank regulation are essential part of banking tasks. Both public and private Banks need to follow the directions laid by the regulatory organization. This book, "Legal and Regulatory Aspects of Banking - JAIIB", gives a brief information about the customer rights in banking.
Bank regulation is a type of government regulation which directs banks to specific necessities, limitations and rules, intended to make market straightforwardness between banking organizations and the people and enterprises with whom they lead business, in addition to other things. As regulation concentrating on key factors in the monetary markets, it shapes one of the three segments of financial law, the other two being case law and regulating market practices.
As a rule, compliance implies confirming to a rule, for example, a particular, approach, standard or law. Administrative consistence portrays the objective that organizations try to accomplish in their endeavors to guarantee that they know about and find a way to agree to pertinent laws, arrangements, and controls. Because of the expanding number of regulations and requirement for operational straightforwardness, associations are progressively embracing the utilization of solidified and fit arrangements of consistence controls. This approach is utilized to guarantee that all essential administrative necessities can be met without the superfluous duplication of effort and activity from assets.
Given the interconnectedness of the banking business and the dependence that the national (and worldwide) economy depend on banks, it is imperative for administrative organizations to keep up control over the institutionalized practices of these institutions. This holds numerous financial organizations hold excessively control over the economy to fall flat without tremendous results.
About the author: This workbook is a result of combined efforts of the Indian Institute of Banking & Finance (IIBF) and Macmillan Publishers Limited.
Below you can see the list of four modules covered in the book - "Legal and Regulatory Aspects of Banking".
|Module A||Regulations and Compliance|
|Module B||Legal aspects of Banking Operations|
|Module C||Banking related Laws|
|Module D||Commercial Laws with reference to Banking Operations|