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E-Banking in India : Challenges and Opportunities

R K Uppal and Rimpl Jatana

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ISBN 10: 8177081373 / ISBN 13: 9788177081374
Published by New Century Pub, New Delhi, 2007
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Contents Editors note on the book. 1. Banking sector reforms and E Banking in India/R.K. Uppal. 2. Universal banking in India strategies for successful implementation/S. Ganesan and S. Shanmuga Pria. 3. Role of information technology in banking sector/Puja Arora Deepak Kumar and Monika Kansal. 4. Application of information technology in banking/Seema Kapoor and Deepak Dhingra. 5. Plastic money/Preety Sharma and Pooja Mehta. 6. Internet Payments the role of Central Bank/Neetu Gupta. 7. Internet banking a new paradigm/Deepak Kumar Shashi Kapoor and Neelam Khullar. 8. Economics of ATM/Leena Kakkar. 9. Is web business good business/Rimpi Jatana Nittu Gupta and R.K. Uppal. 10. Information technology in banking Industry/R.K. Uppal and Rimpi Jatana. 11. E Banking in India dream vs. reality/Shiwani Gupta and Neetu Khanna. 12. Internet banking boon or bane/Nitu Gupta. Appendix Major policy initiatives regarding commercial banks since 2004. Glossary of E Banking. Bibliography. Index. Finland was the first country in the world to have taken a lead in E Banking. In India it was ICICI Bank which initiated E Banking as early as 1997 under the brand name Infinity. Electronic Banking (E Banking) is a generic term encompassing internet banking telephone banking mobile banking etc. In other words it is a process of delivery of banking services and products through electronic channels such as telephone internet cell phone etc. The concept and scope of E Banking is still evolving. E Banking facilitates an effective payment and accounting system thereby enhancing the speed of delivery of banking services considerably. While E Banking has improved efficiency and convenience it has also posed several challenges to the regulators and supervisors. Several initiatives taken by the Government of India as well as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) have facilitated the development of E Banking in India. The Government of India enacted the IT Act 2000 with effect from October 17 2000 which provides legal recognition to electronic transactions and other means of electronic commerce. The RBI has been gearing up to upgrading itself as a regulator and supervisor of the technologically dominated financial system. It issued guidelines on risks and control in computer and telecommunication system in February 1998 to all the banks advising them to evaluate the risks inherent in the systems and put in place adequate control mechanisms to address these risks which can be broadly put under three heads viz. IT environment risks IT operations risks and product risks. The existing regulatory framework over banks has also been extended to E Banking. It covers various issues that fall within the framework of technology security standards and legal and regulatory issues. This book contains 12 articles by scholars specialising in the area of banking. It will be useful for all those who want to understand recent technological developments in Indian banking. 256 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 64692

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Title: E-Banking in India : Challenges and ...

Publisher: New Century Pub, New Delhi

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Hardbound

Book Condition:As New

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E-banking is a generic term for delivery of banking services and products through electronic channels, such as the telephone, the internet, the cell phone, etc. The concept and scope of E-banking is still evolving. It facilitates an effective payment and accounting system thereby enhancing the speed of delivery of banking services considerably. While E-banking has improved efficiency and convenience, it has also posed several challenges to the regulators and supervisors. Several initiatives taken by the government of India, as well as the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), have facilitated the development of E-banking in India. The government of India enacted the IT Act, 2000, which provides legal recognition to electronic transactions and other means of electronic commerce. The RBI has been preparing to upgrade itself as a regulator and supervisor of the technologically dominated financial system. It issued guidelines on risks and control in computer and telecommunication system to all banks, advising them to evaluate the risks inherent in the systems and put in place adequate control mechanisms to address these risks. The existing regulatory framework over banks has also been extended to E-banking. It covers various issues that fall within the framework of technology, security standards, and legal and regulatory issues. This book - containing 12 scholarly articles - will benefit those interested in the technological developments of E-banking in India.

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