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Indian Capital Markets: Trends and Reforms

Arindam Banerjee (Author)
Synopsis Continuing from where we left in the previous book, this one, the second in the series seeks to capture the contemporary happenings in the Indian capital markets and the regulatory measures that are adopted to sustain the investor confidence. The book initiates discussion on the off-debated volatile Indian capital market and its frantic swings, resulting in a significant erosion of investor wealth and confidence in the market. After its having reached a phenomenal 12,000 mark, not many expected it to plunge below the 10K mark, with such swiftness. Well, what goes up necessarily needs to come down, and this basic law of physics is applicable in all its forms in the capital market. The book also provides perspectives of the grueling issues in the capital markets. The various articles throw light on the increasing demand of India as an investment destination. The other areas of discussion include the mutual funds industry entering into the derivatives and the real estate markets. The section also comments on the emerging debt market in India. Finally, the book discusses the recent regulatory measures adopted by Sebi in an attempt to protect investor confidence and sustain retail investor participation. The various articles provide a detailed picture of the same. In its entirety, the book provides a comprehensive guide to the various trends witnessed in the capital markets amidst a volatile environment.
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About the author

Arindam Banerjee

Arindam Banerjee holds a PGDBA from Icfai Business School. His assignments primarily include developing courseware in areas of economics and corporate finance. He is also actively involved in teaching postgraduate students in areas of microeconomics, corporate finance and strategic financial management. He is Consulting Editor for Portfolio Organizer, a monthly magazine by the Icfai University Press, pertaining to areas of Investments, Personal Finance and Global Economy. He has edited a few books published by the Icfai University Press. He has a good number of published articles, case studies and research papers in finance related areas in international journals to his credit.

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Bibliographic information

Title Indian Capital Markets: Trends and Reforms
Format Hardcover
Date published: 11.10.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8131405575
length 224p.