Report of the High Powered Expert Committee on making Mumbai an international financial centre [electronic resource] /Ministry of Finance, Government of India.
Contributor(s): India. Ministry of Finance. High Powered Expert Committee.Material type: BookPublisher: New Delhi ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE Publications, 2007Description: 1 online resource (xxxiii, 246 p.) : ill. (some col.).ISBN: 9788132101307 (electronic bk.); 8132101308 (electronic bk.).Other title: Mumbai, an international financial centre [Cover title].Subject(s): Finance -- India -- Mumbai | International finance | Financial institutions -- India -- Mumbai | Financial services industry -- India -- Mumbai | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Banks & Banking | Finance | Financial institutions | Financial services industry | International finance | India -- MumbaiGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 332.1/50954792 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Includes bibliographical references (p. -217).
Cover; Acknowledgements; Contents; Executive Summary; The Emergence of IFCs: A brief history; 21st Century IFS provided by IFCs; Case studies: London, New York, Singapore, Dubai; Domestic and Offshore demand for International Financial Services (IFS) in India; Augmenting IFS provision via BPO; Market deficiencies inMumbai that inhibit the provision of IFS; The macroeconomic fallout of an IFC; Financial Regime Governance: Its role in an IFC and a comparative perspective; What are the limitations of financial regime governance?; Why does financial regime governance have these limitations?
Most financial services are now tradable across borders in an extremely competitive. environment with buyers and sellers around the world having a choice of procuring. services from competing international financial centres. The global international. financial services (IFS) market in the 21st century is one in which competition. is driven by rapid innovation in financial products, services, instruments, structures, . and arrangements to accommodate and manage myriad requirements, risks and a ceaseless. quest for cost reduction. Competitive advantage in IFS provision depends on seven. key facto.
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