Complete banking for everyone in 10 hours 15 in one course

This course can be studied by all international students around the world to get good knowledge on banking concepts
Complete banking for everyone in 10 hours 15 in one course
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Bhavishya Sri Perumal


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Complete banking for everyone in 10 hours 15 in one course

What you’ll learn

retail banking
corporate banking
Digital banking

Complete banking for everyone in 10 hours 15 in one course


Basic interest to learn banking


Banking is an industry that handles cash, credit, and other financial transactions for individual consumers and businesses alike.The major functions of banks are almost the same but the set of people each sector or type deals with may differ.Acceptance of deposits from the publicProvide demand withdrawal facilityLending facilityTransfer of fundsIssue of draftsProvide customers with locker facilitiesDealing with foreign exchangeBanking is known to be important in the economy because it provides services to businesses and consumers, such as offering loans, checking accounts, and various other services.Central Bank:-Every country has a central bank that regulates and takes care of other banks’ mechanisms within itCommercial BanksThe primary source of running for these banks are the only public deposits and customers.Retail banksRetail banks, also known as consumer banks, are commercial banks that offer consumer and personal banking services to the general publicInvestment Banks:-These investment banks are pretty well-known in western countries. The banks such as Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, etc., are popular investment banks. These banks have the function of assisting and aiding individuals and institutions to raise capital, issue securities, and invest the income. They are also quite popular for trading securities, stocks, and instruments.Please read the contents of the course thoroughly before purchasing


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction to banking

Lecture 2 Basics of Banking

Section 2: Loans and Advances

Lecture 3 1.Term Loan and demand Loan

Lecture 4 Overdraft account

Lecture 5 Cash Credit

Lecture 6 Bills Finance

Lecture 7 Supply chain invoicing and invoice discounting

Lecture 8 Packing credit

Lecture 9 Buyers credit and suppliers credit

Lecture 10 Leasing Finance and Hire Purchase

Lecture 11 Bridge Financing

Lecture 12 Loan Syndication

Lecture 13 Retail Loan-Vehicle Loan

Lecture 14 Retail Loan-Home loan,personal loan

Lecture 15 FAQ-Bill Discounting

Lecture 16 FAQ-Bridge Loan

Lecture 17 FAQ-Vendor Financing

Section 3: Bank Guarantee and Letter of credit

Lecture 18 Introduction-BG

Lecture 19 Types of BG-1

Lecture 20 Types of BG-2

Lecture 21 Bank Guarantee vs LC

Lecture 22 Letter of credit -Introduction

Lecture 23 Introduction -LC

Lecture 24 Types of Letter of credit

Lecture 25 Types of Letter credit-2

Lecture 26 Documents in letter of credit

Lecture 27 LC format

Lecture 28 FAQ-Letter of credit

Section 4: Interest calculation of loans

Lecture 29 1.Intro

Lecture 30 Interest-2

Lecture 31 Interest rate changes

Lecture 32 Miscellaneous

Lecture 33 Compound interest

Lecture 34 CI formula

Lecture 35 Interest problems

Lecture 36 CI-1

Lecture 37 CI-2

Lecture 38 EMI

Lecture 39 EMI problem

Lecture 40 EMI prob-2

Lecture 41 Fixed Interest rate

Lecture 42 Floating rate

Lecture 43 Annuity

Section 5: Financial analysis of banks

Lecture 44 1.Introduction

Lecture 45 Customer financial Analysis

Lecture 46 Intro

Lecture 47 Accounting concepts

Lecture 48 Characteristics & Limitation

Lecture 49 Comparative statements

Lecture 50 Other methods

Lecture 51 Common Size

Lecture 52 Example 1

Lecture 53 Example 2

Lecture 54 Intro-Long term solvency ratio

Lecture 55 Long term solvency ratios

Lecture 56 Intro-Short terms solvency ratio

Lecture 57 Short term solvency ratios

Lecture 58 Intro-Profitability ratio

Lecture 59 Profitability ratio-1

Lecture 60 Profitability ratio-2

Lecture 61 Intro-Activity ratio

Lecture 62 Activity ratio-1

Lecture 63 Market test ratios-1

Lecture 64 Market ratios-2

Lecture 65 Dupont Model

Lecture 66 Terms used in banks

Lecture 67 financial health of banks

Lecture 68 camels rating

Lecture 69 Practice Q and A-1

Lecture 70 Practice q and A -2

Lecture 71 Practice Q and A -3

Section 6: Bank frauds

Lecture 72 Introduction

Lecture 73 change in shareholding

Lecture 74 change in current asset

Lecture 75 Letter of credit-1

Lecture 76 Letter of credit-2

Lecture 77 Letter of credit-3

Lecture 78 Sister concerns

Lecture 79 cost and time overrun

Lecture 80 Fixed Asset

Lecture 81 Collateral security

Lecture 82 Additional facility

Section 7: Core Banking

Lecture 83 1.Introduction

Lecture 84 Finacle

Lecture 85 TCS BaNCS,Oracle Flexcube

Section 8: Digital Banking

Lecture 86 1.Introduction

Lecture 87 Credit card and debit card

Lecture 88 Mobile banking and Internet banking

Lecture 89 ATM

Lecture 90 SWIFT

Lecture 91 CVV

Lecture 92 BIN

Lecture 93 QR code

Lecture 94 Wallet

Lecture 95 FAQ

Section 9: Digital banking frauds

Lecture 96 1.Phishing

Lecture 97 Juice Jacking,Skimming ,Sim cloning

Lecture 98 Lottery fraud,Online fraud,Fake Advertisement

Lecture 99 MLM Scheme,Fradulent Loans

Section 10: Fintech

Lecture 100 Introduction

Lecture 101 Various sectors

Lecture 102 Demand

Lecture 103 Market

Section 11: Anti Money laundering and KYC

Lecture 104 1.Introduction to money laundering

Lecture 105 Methods of Money laundering

Lecture 106 KYC-know your customer

Section 12: Risk management in banking

Lecture 107 1.Credit risk

Lecture 108 2.Country risk and market risk

Lecture 109 3.Liquidity risk

Lecture 110 Price risk

Section 13: Basel Framework

Lecture 111 Introduction

Lecture 112 Various kinds of risks

Lecture 113 Basel

Lecture 114 Illustration-1

Lecture 115 Illustration-2

Lecture 116 Steps

Lecture 117 Basel-2

Lecture 118 Basel-2

Lecture 119 Basel1 &2

Lecture 120 Basel-3

Section 14: Basics of capital markets

Lecture 121 Money market introduction

Lecture 122 Money market

Lecture 123 Distinct features

Lecture 124 Diff between capital and money market

Lecture 125 Stock exchange

Lecture 126 Functions

Lecture 127 stock market index

Lecture 128 Capital Market Instruments

Lecture 129 Derivatives

Lecture 130 Forward

Lecture 131 Future

Lecture 132 Difference between forward and future

Lecture 133 Difference between cash and derivative market

Section 15: Acronyms

Lecture 134 Acronyms-1

Lecture 135 Acronyms-2

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Udemy | English | 10h 0m | 3.57 GB
Created by: Bhavishya Sri Perumal

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