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Finance

International Finance, 5th ed. - Maurice D. Levi

Author

Maurice D. Levi

Cover Price : Rs 995.00

Imprint : T & F / Routledge
ISBN : 9781138690073
YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 606
CD : No

ABOUT THE BOOK:- The fifth edition of Maurice D.Levi's classic textbook has been updated to incorporate the massive changes in the world of international finance of the past few years. In particular, the emergence of new markets is given broad coverage particularly the rise to financial prominence of China and India and other growth economies in Asia and elsewhere. Key features of the book include: • The impact of globalization and the greater connectedness of national economies and the world economy as a whole. • Probably the best introduction to exchange rates available and how they directly impact upon firms as well as governments. • The continued massive impact of multinational corporations on the global financial scene as well as the opportunities presented by e-commerce. The material is interlaced with a wealth of supplementary material including real world case studies, review questions, examples and objectives. The result is the most authoritative survey of international finance currently available. Thoroughly updated and with a large amount of new information, this text will prove an indispensable guide to the inner workings of international finance to students of economics and business as well as professionals in the finance industry. CONTENTS:- List of Illustrations Preface Part I – International Financial Markets and Environment 1. The Markets for Foreign Exchange 2. The Fundamental International Parity Conditions 3. The Determination of Exchange Rates 4. Fixed (Pegged) and Flexible Exchange Rates Part II - International Financial Management 5. Foreign Exchange Risk and Exposure 6. Hedging and Speculation 7. International Investment and Financing 8. Institutional Structure of International Trade and Finance Glossary Index ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Maurice D. Levi is Bank Of Montreal Professor of International Finance in the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia. Canada.

Reinsurance - Chris Paine

Author

Chris Paine

Cover Price : Rs 795.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 8180522997
YOP : 2009

Binding : Hardback
Total Pages : 304
CD : No

About the Book :- A highly specialized industry, reinsurance is the process by which insurance companies protect themselves against major losses as a consequence of core insurance operations. Its market is international and the range of reinsurance methods and practices is similarly wide. This text explores its key principles, identifies its buyers and sellers, and explains the significant factors involved in the placement of reinsurance agreements. Reinsurance provides a uniquely accessible insight into this dynamic industry. It is both a useful reference for insurance practitioners and an invaluable resource for students. It clarifies the relationship of this focused market to those of other financial services. Readers will find definition of the nature of reinsurance arrangements, confirmation of relevant regulations and restrictions and consideration of underwriting implications, along with those of pricing/accounting procedures and claims. The final chapter covers reinsurance portfolio design and is followed by a valuable glossary of reinsurance terms. Contents :- Preface 1. The reinsurance market and its functions 2. Major reinsurance markets and their relationships to other financial markets 3. Nature of reinsurance arrangements 4. Regulations and restrictions applying to reinsurance 5. Underwriting considerations and the nature of the terms applying to reinsurance agreements 6. Pricing and accounting procedures 7. Claims 8. Reinsurance portfolio design Glossary of selected terms Select bibliography Useful websites Index. About the Author :- Chris Paine (Dip Cll) is an independent training consultant drawing on over 30 years' experience within the reinsurance industry both as an underwriter and broker. He has lectured for the Chartered Insurance Institute since 1975 on many aspects of international non-marine insurance and reinsurance and has offered tailored training to a wide range of corporate and academic clients both in the UK and overseas.

International Trade Finance - Paul Cowdell

Author

Paul Cowdell
Derek Hyde

Cover Price : Rs 995.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9788180522796
YOP : 2009
Edition : 2009

Binding : Hardback
Size : 6.25" X 9.50"
Total Pages : 408
CD : No

NOTE :- THIS TITLE IS FOR SALE IN INDIAN SUBCONTINENT ONLY.

About the Book :- Our established text International Trade Finance has been extensively revised for this new edition. As ever, it is an excellent guide for all students and practitioners who seek to acquire a sound understanding of international trade finance including the foreign exchange and support services provided for exporters, importers and merchants. The book is in five parts: the first sets out the rationale for the development and growth of international trade. Part two analyses the practical applications of hedging techniques and also foreign exchange and settlement procedures. The third assesses the role of documents used in international trade and analyses the way that documents are linked inexorably and logically with shipping and payment terms. Part four examines the implications of the various financial and non-financial services from the point of view of exporters. The final part analyses documentary credits from the applicant’s point of view, and then evaluates the benefits and drawbacks of various specialist forms of documentary credit. An essential reading material for those studying for the International Trade Finance paper of the MBA programme in major Indian Universities and is also beneficial for Financial Analysts. Contents :- PART ONE : 1. International trade: introductory overview; PART TWO : 2. The foreign exchange market 3. Spot rates and forward rates 4. Close-outs and extensions of forward contracts 5. Foreign currency options/pure options 6. Alternative hedging strategies for exporters 7. Overview of management of foreign currency exposure 8. Foreign currency translation exposure and foreign currency economic exposure 9. Methods of international settlement through banks; PART THREE : 10. Transport documents used in international trade 11. Documents other than transport documents 12. Incoterms 13. An overview of terms of payment 14. Open account terms 15. Documentary collections 16 Documentary credits; PART FOUR : 17. Short-term finance for exports 18. Medium- and long-term finance for exports 19. Non-financial services for exporters 20. Bonds, stand-by letters of credit and countertrade; PART FIVE : 21. Inward documentary collections 22. Documentary credits for imports 23. Transferable letters of credit and back-to-back letters of credit; APPENDICES : 1. Electronic commerce (e-commerce) 2. Correspondent banking and competition between banks 3. Uniform rules for collections, ICC 522, 4. Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits 5. Uniform Rules for Bank-to-Bank Reimbursements under Documentary Credits, Index. About the Authors :- Paul Cowdell, MCT, is a Principal Lecturer in the Financial Services/Banking Group at Sheffield Hallam University. Derek Hyde, ACIB, who has had considerable experience as a practitioner and as an academic, is a consultant/ trader in various markets.

The Financial Environment - David Brighouse

Author

David Brighouse
Janet Hontoir

Cover Price : Rs 895.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 8180522962
YOP : 2009

Binding : Hardback
Total Pages : 232
CD : No

About the Book :- This text provides an introduction to the environment within which the Financial Services Industry operates. Principally it looks at the impact of economic, institutional, market and regulatory factors on the Financial Services Industry. The monetary system and its functions are introduced as are the importance of financial institutions, markets and instruments within this system. The emphasis is less on categories of institutions; instead the focus is on the reasons why individual financial institutions choose their business model. It is intended that the user of the text will be able to explain the cause and assess the implications of current developments in the financial environment, explain the importance of monetary policy in controlling inflation in the UK and Euro-zone, define the components of the money supply and explain how financial institutions create money, describe, compare and contrast financial intermediation and disintermediation and understand the factors that affect the general level of interest rates. Contents :- 1. The monetary system 2. Financial institutions 3. Financial markets 4. Financial instruments 5. Regulation of financial institutions, Index. About the Authors :- David Brighouse is the principal of SETT training a consultancy supplying training, assessment and technical authoring for financial organisations. He has 30 years' experience in financial services. Janet Hontoir is an educational consultant who specializes in financial services and business studies. She has 30 years' experience of teaching in further and higher education.

Financial Reporting and Analysis - Bob Foley

Author

Bob Foley
Clare Donnelly

Cover Price : Rs 495.00

Imprint : Institute of Financial Services (IFS)
ISBN : 1845165047
YOP : 2008
Edition : 2008

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 272
CD : No

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About the Book :- Financial Reporting and Analysis will provide students with an appreciation of the core concepts of financial reporting. Its underpinning rationale is that the purpose of accounting (and thus financial reporting) is that of providing useful information to decision-makers. Recognition the work done in recent years by the International Accounting Standards Board, this text utilizes international accounting standards as the framework for examining financial statements. The reader will explore the nature and use of accounting information relating to business and other entities. The underpinning conceptual framework is that of ‘decision usefulness’, i.e. that the primary purpose of accounting (and financial reporting) is that of providing useful economic related information to the stakeholders of enterprises. The legal and regulatory frameworks within which such information is produced are reviewed, as are the strengths and limitations of published financial statements. Contents :- The financial reporting framework The balance sheet and the income statement Cash flow statements Additional disclosures Tangible assets Intangible assets Current assets Liabilities Financial instruments Investments : group financial statement 1 Investments : group financial statement 2 Interpretation of financial statements Valuing businesses Appendix 1. Companies Act 1985 formats Appendix 2. Discounted cash flows Index. About the Authors :- Bob Foley spent many years writing business textbooks and creating computer-based training materials for BPP Publishing plc. He has written materials for the AAT, ACCA, CAT, CIB, CIM, CIMA, FPC, ICSA and ILM qualifications as well as for HND and undergraduate Business Studies. He was Managing Director of Hot-Sports Multimedia and a Fellow of the Institute of Charted Accountants in England and Wales. Clare Donnelly is sole proprietor of CreaSys Education, providing services associated with assessment and technical authorship. Previously she worked at BPP in Directorial roles including Courses and Product Development. She is also currently Accounting Examiner for ICAEW Professional Stage.

Dynamics of Indian Financial System: Markets, Institutions & Services, 3rd ed. - Preeti Singh

Author

Preeti Singh

Cover Price : Rs 495.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789383656943
YOP : 2018

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 440
CD : No

About the Book :- This book is a comprehensive study of the working, operations and transactions of the financial system in India. It provides the methodology of investment and savings in the economy besides the structure of the financial markets, institutions, and services and the reforms in the financial sector. Salient features: • Provides an overview of the Indian Financial System and the important changes from 2006-2013 related to making the financial structure more efficient for inflow and outflow of funds. • Discusses the reforms in the new issues market and stock market to make it investor friendly. •Presents the promotional role of Reserve Bank of India and how it attempts at liberalization through reforms. • Discusses changes in primary and secondary markets to protect the investor for more efficient and effective trading with latest data and tables and analysis. • Discusses Trends and changes in foreign exchange markets and analysis of financial crisis. • Includes changes in non-bank financial companies, small savings, provident funds and pension. • Discusses the contribution of Unit Trust of India and mutual funds to India. • All the changes relating to Development Banks have been included in this edition. • Financial services of merchant banking, underwriting, leasing and higher purchase, housing and consumer finance, factoring and credit rating have been discussed with the latest developments. The comprehensive package is an attempt to make it a useful book for students and teachers of management and economics, chartered accountants and masters in finance. It wouldl also be useful for professionals and help them understand the financial environment in India for conducting business. The book is written in an easy comprehendible style with many objective type questions. Each chapter begins with a chapter plan to allow the reader to know the focus of the chapter. It provides a summary through points recapitulated at the end of each chapter. Contents :- Part One: Financial System - An Overview 1. Nature and Role of Financial Systems 2. Indian Financial System 3. Financial Sector Reform in India Part Two: Regulatory Authorities 4. The Reserve Bank of India 5. The Securities Exchange Board of India Part Three: Financial Markets 6. New Issue Market 7. The Secondary Market 8. Financial Markets for Short-term Funds Part Four: Dimensions of International Financial Markets 9. Foreign Exchange Market 10. Foreign Capital Flows Part Five: Banking Institutions 11. Commercial Banks 12. Cooperative Banks Part Six: Non-Banking Financial Intermediaries 13. Non-Bank Financial Companies 14. Small Savings, Provident Funds & Pension Funds 15. Insurance Companies 16. Unit Trust of India and Mutual Funds 17. Development Banks Part Seven: Financial Services 18. Financial Services Glossary Index About the Author :- Dr. Preeti Singh, currently Professor at Jagannath International Management School (JIMS),New Delhi, formerly an Associate Professor in Jesus & Mary College, University of Delhi, has long and rich teaching and research experience in many postgraduate and undergraduate institutes of repute. She has taught Financial Management, Security Analysis and Portfolio Management at Delhi University. She has been Professor of Finance and Accounting in Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management (Delhi), Visiting Professor in Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, Birla Institute of Management, Delhi, and Department of Management Studies, Shimla. She is associated with the Indian Institute of Finance, Delhi, where she has delivered special lectures. She was on deputation with the Institute of Lifelong Learning, Delhi University, and has prepared online resource material for the university. A Ph.D. on Life Insurance Corporation and the Capital Market in India in the area of Finance. She has worked on issues relating to financial aspects like the Indian capital market, financial institutions, banking and industrial development. Her other interests are on issues relating to 'Human Resources Management' and 'Culture and Economic Development'. She has also been a research supervisor to M. Phil and Ph.D. students. She has participated in National and International conferences as organizer, paper presenter and Panelist. She has many published research papers, articles and book reviews in management journals. Her other well-known books in the area of finance are Fundamentals of Financial Management, Investment Management, Portfolio Management, Financial Management: Principles and Practice and Dynamics of Indian Financial System.

Fundamentals of Financial Accounting : Theory & Practice - Naseem Ahmed

Author

Naseem Ahmed
Nawab Ali Khan
M.L. Gupta

Cover Price : Rs 295.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 8180522296
YOP : 2009

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 976
CD : No

About the Book :- This book “Fundamentals of Financial Accounting - Theory & Practice” is the outcome of hard work of the authors who have used their experience to present the complicated subject matter in a simplified way and provide conceptual clarity on each and every topic covered. This book is meant for students of B.Com, C.A., ICWA, CS, BBA & other professional courses. The salient features of the book are :- • Simple to understand and easy to remember. • Solutions are based on the latest amendments in the accounting standards. • Each topic is self contained and provides theoretical exposition which is followed by numerical application • Contains multidimensional illustrations to improve the understanding and grasping power of the students • Provides sufficient flexibility in sequencing the course material • Aims to replace memorization with understanding and develop reasoning to solution procedure • Contains explanatory working notes to make the book – a result oriented text. Contents :- Preface, Unit-I, Chapter 1. Introduction, Chapter 2. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAPs) and Accounting Standards, Chapter 3. Recording Business Transactions, Chapter 4. Subsidiary Books, Chapter 5. Errors and Its Rectification, Unit-II, Chapter 6. Final Accounts (Financial Statements) of Trading and Manufacturing Organisations, Chapter 7. Final Accounts of Non-Profit Making Organisations, Chapter 8. Single Entry System (Accounting from Incomplete Records), Unit-III, Chapter 9. Depreciation Accounting, Unit-IV, Chapter 10. Accounting for Consignment, Chapter 11. Joint Venture Accounts, Unit-V, Chapter 12. Accounting for the Hire Purchase System, Unit-VI, Chapter 13. Branch Accounting, Unit-VII, Chapter 14. Accounting for the Partnership Firm I-Admission, Chapter 15. Accounting for the Partnership-II Retirement/Death, Chapter 16. Accounting for the Dissolution of Partnership Firms, Unit-VIII, Chapter 17. Bank Reconciliation Statement, Chapter 18. Bills of Exchange About the Authors :- Dr. Naseem Ahmed is the senior most faculty member of the Department of Commerce, Zakir Husain College, University of Delhi where he has been teaching Accounting & Taxation since 1971. He has authored number of books in the field of Accounting & Finance and contributed several articles to the journal of repute. He is a visiting faculty and resource person to various institutes and universities. He has been on deputation to teach accounting for four years abroad. Dr. Nawab Ali Khan is a reader in the Department of Commerce, A.M.U. Aligarh prior to the joining of A.M.U. Aligarh, he taught at Zakir Husain College, University of Delhi for a period of seven years till 1997. He has also contributed several articles to the various journals of Commerce and Finance. Dr. Madan Lal Gupta is a senior member of Department of Commerce, Aurobindo College, University of Delhi. Where he has been teaching Accountancy since 1971. He is also a visiting faculty to various institutes at Delhi.

Financial Management, 4th ed. - Geoffrey Knott

Author

Geoffrey Knott

Cover Price : £ 8.99

Imprint : Palgrave / Macmillan
ISBN : 1403993653
YOP : 2009

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 384
CD : No

Description Financial Management is the ideal course text for business and management undergraduates and MBA students taking an introductory module in Financial Management. The concise yet thorough style of the book makes it highly accessible for students coming to the subject for the first time. This thoroughly updated fourth edition contains many new and original features designed to reinforce student learning. The array of activities and questions integrated throughout each chapter encourage the student to engage with the subject. Learning objectives and summaries frame each chapter, guiding the student through the text. Complete with an answer section and suggestions for further reading. Contents The Business Objective and Financial Management Financial Analysis Investment Appraisal - Non Discounting Investment Appraisal - Discounting Investment Appraisal - Cash Flow Dealing with Risk in Investment Decisions Capital Budgeting Administration Establishing the Need for Finance Financial Markets and the Business Organisation Short and Medium-term Finance Finance for Small and Developing Businesses 'Going Public' and the Securities Market Long-term Finance for Expansion The Financing Decision Cost of Capital The Investor and Share Valuation Dividend Policy and Share Valuation Business Mergers Financing Working Capital Controlling Liquidity Controlling Stocks Controlling Debtors Managing International Trade and Investment.

INTERNATIONAL FINANCE - Keith Pilbeam (EX)

Author

Keith Pilbeam

Cover Price : £ 12.99

Imprint : Palgrave / Macmillan
ISBN : 9780230536869
YOP : 2009
Edition : 2009

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 528
CD : No

About the Book :- International Finance is a well-established and internationally renowned introduction to the subject for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. It provides comprehensive coverage of both traditional and modern theories relating to the balance of payments, exchange rate determination and the international monetary system. There is extensive use of data and empirical evidence to illustrate the relevance of theories and concepts discussed. The third edition has been fully updated to include key theoretical and real world developments and details the Eurocurrency and Eurobond markets and derivative instruments such as futures, options and swaps. Major international economic issues, such as international policy coordination, the record United States current account deficits and Economic and Monetary Union in the European Union are given full coverage. A new chapter on currency and financial crises provides the basis for a study of the 2001 economic collapse in Argentina and the South East Asian crises of the late 1990s. Contents :- Introduction PART 1: BALANCE OF PAYMENTS THEORY AND PRACTICE The Foreign Exchange Market The Balance of Payments Elasticity and Absorption Approaches to the Balance of Payments Macroeconomic Policy in an Open Economy The Monetary Approach to the Balance of Payments PART 2: EXCHANGE RATE DETERMINATION: THEORY, EVIDENCE AND POLICY Purchasing Power Parity and Floating Exchange Rate Experience Modern Models of Exchange Rate Determination The Portfolio Balance Model Empirical Evidence on Exchange Rates Fixed, Flexible and Managed Exchange Rates PART 3: THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY SYSTEM The International Monetary System The Eurocurrency and Eurobond Markets Currency Derivatives: Futures, Options and Swaps International Policy Coordination International Debt Crises The European Monetary System and European Monetary Union Currency Crises and the East Asian Financial Crisis Further Reading and Resources.

Fundamentals of Financial Management - 3rd ed - Preeti Singh, 2016

Author

Preeti Singh

Cover Price : Rs 595.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789380618951
YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback
Size : 7.25" X 9.5"
Total Pages : 722
CD : No

About the Book :- The revised and enlarged third edition presents an integrated understanding of the concepts and techniques of Financial Management. Financial decisions are the essence of good management and satisfaction of the shareholders. A conflict of interests arises between shareholders, debt holders and management. Understanding of concepts of financial management will help in managing the different kinds of interests towards better wealth management with the study of inter-related areas involving investment, financing and dividend decisions. What investments should a company make? How should it pay for it? The secret of success is not only to do business by spending money or raising it, but by increasing the value of the firm using its resources efficiently with maximum utility. This book has been specially prepared for students taking courses in management, commerce and business studies, chartered accountancy, cost accountancy, masters in finance and also for the corporate managers. The book has been divided into seven units with a new chapter on Sources of Finance. In the world of new business and combination of skills and networking to achieve success, a special chapter on Mergers and Acquisitions has been included. The text has been completely revised and changed to suit the requirements of the management institutes. Contents :- Preface, PART I : UNDERSTANDING FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT CONCEPTS 1. Basic Concepts of Financial Management 2. Time Value of Money 3. Valuation of Securities, PART II : FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND PLANNING 4. Statement of Changes in Financial Position 5. Financial Statements Analysis (Ratio Analysis) 6. Sources of Finance PART III : LONG TERM CAPITAL DECISIONS 7. Capital Budgeting 8. Risk Analysis in Capital Budgeting 9. Cost of Capital PART IV : FINANCIAL DECISIONS 10. Financing Decisions – Operating and Financing Leverage 11. Capital Structure Planning and Value of the Firm PART V : DIVIDEND DECISIONS 12. Dividend Decisions and Valuation of the Firm 13. Dividend Policy PART VI : MANAGEMENT OF CURRENT ASSETS 14. Working Capital Management 15. Cash Management 16. Receivable Management 17. Inventory Management PART VII : FINANCIAL RESTRUCTURING 18. Corporate Restructuring Mergers / Acquisitions Appendix Glossary Index. About the Author :- Dr.Preeti Singh, Associate Professor in Jesus & Mary College, University of Delhi, has teaching and research experience in many postgraduate and undergraduate institutes. She is currently teaching financial management in Department of Financial Studies, University of Delhi. She was teaching security analysis and portfolio management in the Faculty of Management Studies (Delhi University). She has been Professor in Finance & Accounting in Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, (Delhi), Visiting Professor in Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi; Birla Institute of Management, Delhi. Department of Management Studies, Shimla. She is associated with the Indian Institute of Finance, New Delhi, Where she has delivered special lectures. She has a major contribution in teaching security analysis and portfolio management in the M.Com Programme in Delhi University. She was on deputation with the Institute of Lifelong Learning, Delhi University and has prepared online resource material for the university. She did her Ph.D. on Life Insurance Corporation and the Capital Market in India in the area of Finance. She has worked on issues relating to financial aspects like the Indian capital market, financial institutions, banking and industrial development. Her other interests include issues relating to Human Resources Management and Culture and Economic Development She has also been a research supervisor to M.Phil and Ph.D. students. She has participated in National and International conferences as organizer, paper presenter and discussant. She has many published research papers, articles and book reviews in management journals. Her well-known books in the area of finance are Fundamentals of Financial Management, Investment Management, Portfolio Management, Financial Management: Principles and Practice and Dynamics of Indian Financial Systems.

FINANCE AND FINANCIAL MARKETS - KEITH PILBEAM

Author

KEITH PILBEAM

Cover Price : £ 11.99

Imprint : Palgrave / Macmillan
ISBN : 0230536661
YOP : 2007
Edition : 2007

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 504
CD : No

REVIEWS 'Finance and Financial Markets is designed to provide an introduction to those unfamiliar with the workings of financial markets. An added advantage is that the book is generally light on Mathematics... each chapter suggests further reading and includes both a multiple-choice quiz and short-answer questions. I liked the format for these end-of-chapter exercises given the growing popularity of multiple choice as a means of assessment and as a way for students to quickly consolidate their understanding of key ideas.' - Peter Moles, Senior Lecturer in Finance, Edinburgh University Management School, in THES. DESCRIPTION The author's excellent reputation in the field and clear style of writing makes the text accessible for novices/non-specialists in finance. The text introduces enhanced pedagogy with end of chapter questions and is extensively revised to assimilate recent developments in theory and practice. The author takes a global approach and effectively integrates UK and international material. The new edition is a comprehensive introduction to financial markets, institutions and instruments. CONTENTS Preface Acknowledgements The World of Finance Financial Intermediation and Financial Markets Financial Institutions Monetary Policy and Interest Rate Determination The Domestic and International Money Markets The Domestic and International Bond Market Portfolio Analysis: Risk and Return in Financial Markets The Capital Asset Pricing Model Stockmarkets and Equities The Efficiency of Financial Markets The Foreign Exchange Market Theories of Exchange Rate Determination Financial Futures Options The Pricing of Options Swap Markets The Regulation of Financial Services Bibliography Index. ABOUT THE AUTHOR DR KEITH PILBEAM is Professor of International Economics and Finance at City University, London, UK. A graduate of Leeds University, he has undertaken postgraduate studies at the College of Europe in Bruges, where he also became a teaching assistant. He obtained his PhD from the European University Institute in Florence and has been employed at the National Westminster Bank and the Royal Bank of Scotland. He is President of International Economics & Finance Society (UK) and consultant to the Foreign Office and a number of academic and City institutions.

Management and Organisation in Financial Services - Liz Croft

Author

Liz Croft
Ann Norton

Cover Price : Rs 795.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 8180522695
YOP : 2009
Edition : 2009

Binding : Hardback
Total Pages : 264
CD : No

NOTE :- THIS TITLE IS FOR SALE IN INDIAN SUBCONTINENT ONLY.

About the Book :- Management and Organisation in Financial Services draws upon modern theory and is an advanced guide to modern management within the context of the financial services industry. It explains the key themes of management as part of a cultural, economic, legal, moral, political and technological environment. It examines the management of people and groups, information systems and human resources. This book is a set text for the students of Economics and Finance. Contents :- Introduction 1. Perception 2. Motivation and job design 3. The role of the manager and leadership 4. Group dynamics and team working 5. Human resource planning: recruitment and selection 6. Management and work related competencies 7. Training, development and career management 8. Performance management and reward systems 9. The changing nature of the employment relationship 10. Approaches to management and systems of work 11. Managing the organisation: objectives, environment and stakeholders 12. Organisational change 13. Organisational culture 14. Power, politics and conflict 15. Organisational design structures, Index. About the Authors :- Liz Croft is a Senior Academic and Head of Business and Management at Sheffield Hallam University. She teaches Human Resource Management on postgraduate, undergraduate and professional programmes. Liz is a moderator and Assistant Examiner for Management and Organisation on the Financial Services Degree programme and has written several textbooks on management subjects. Ann Norton is a Principal Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University. She has extensive experience in the field of management gained from industry and currently teaches the subject on postgraduate, undergraduate and professional programmes. Prior to joining the University she worked for one of the major UK Banks and then for a research and consultancy company, undertaking research for European financial services institutions.

Accounting and Financial Analysis - UPTU - Naseem Ahmed

Author

Naseem Ahmed
Nawab Ali Khan
Rajender Kumar

Cover Price : Rs 295.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9380618296
YOP : 2010

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 623
CD : No

About the Book The book aims to present a simplified version of intricate aspects of accounting so as to develop thorough understanding of the subject matter. The book is tailor made for the students of MBA and MCA, Ist Semester. It will be equally useful to the students of the courses in Accounting at graduate and postgraduate levels. The book explains the concepts and procedure and unfolds the complexities of the subject matter in a simple & lucid style to provide conceptual clarity. Each topic is self contained and provides theoretical exposition followed by multi-dimensional illustrations to help management students to understand the practical implications. The book seeks to replace memorization with in-depth understanding and application. At the end of each chapter a bunch of theoretical & numerical assignments will serve as berg-meter of understanding for the students. The book provides sufficient flexibility in sequencing the course material to improve overall knowledge of the readers in general and MBA and MCA students in particular. Contents UNIT I : OVERVIEW 1. Introduction 2. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAPs) and Accounting Standards UNIT II : MECHANICS OF ACCOUNTING 3. Recording of Business Transactions 4. Final Accounts (Financial Statements) of Trading and Manufacturing Organisations 5. Depreciation Accounting 6. Inventory Valuation 7. Intangible Assets UNIT III : ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL STATEMENT 8. Analysis of Financial Statement UNIT IV : FUNDS FLOW STATEMENT 9. Statement of Changes in Financial Position (SCFP) Capital Basis and Cash Basis UNIT V : CASH FLOW STATEMENT 10. Statement of Changes in Financial Position (SCFP) Cash Basis About the Authors Dr. Naseem Ahmed is Associate Reader of the Department of Commerce, Zakir Husain College, University of Delhi where he has been teaching Accounting and Taxation since 1971. He has authored number of books in the field of Accounting and Finance and contributed several articles to the journal of repute. He is a visiting faculty and resource person to various institutes and universities. He has been on deputation to teach accounting for four years abroad. Dr. Nawab Ali Khan is Professor in the Department of Commerce, A.M.U.Aligarh prior to the joining of A.M.U. Aligarh, he taught at Zakir Husain College, University of Delhi for a period of seven years till 1997. He has also contributed several articles to the various journals of Commerce and Finance. Dr. Rajender Kumar Ph.D., (MIMA, PGDFM, PGDMM, LL.B.) is an Assistant Professor in Department of Commerce, Rajdhani College, University of Delhi, New Delhi. His area of interest is Accounting and Marketing. He is Associated with several Management and Professional Institutions as an Advisory Body Member and Academic Council Member. He is also Life Member of Several Professional Bodies. He has published articles in Journals and International papers and participated in the National and International conferences.

Financial Accounting, 2012 (9789380156491) - Nirmal Gupta

Author

Nirmal Gupta
Chhavi Sharma

Cover Price : Rs 295.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789380156491
YOP : 2012

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 832
CD : No

About the Book The book has been primarily designed to serve as a textbook to meet specifically and comprehensively the needs of B.Com (Programme) Course I Year of University of Delhi and other Indian Universities. The book has several distinctive features, which make it unique and distinct from other books available Some of the distinctive features of the book are: • The book is strictly according to the latest syllabus introduced by the University. • The book is student-oriented and written in "teach yourself style. • The book contains a wide range of questions and problems varying in content, length and complexity. Students will find it easy to understand the intricacies of a topic through step by step. • About 160 B.Com. Examination Problems have been included to create confidence amongst the students. This will facilitate the students to prepare themselves according to standard expected of them. • Questions and problems have been taken from professional examinations such as C.A., C.S. and C.W.A. Contents 1. Introduction to Financial Accounting 2. Theory Base of Accounting 3. Accounting Process 4. Final Accounts of A Sole Trader 5. Accounts of Not-For-Profit Organisations 6. Final Accounts from Incomplete Records (Single Entry System) 7. Depreciation 8. Consignment Accounts 9. Joint Venture 10. Hire Purchase System 11. Branch Accounts 12. Dissolution of A Partnership Firm. About the Authors Nirmal Gupta is an Associate Professor in the Department of Commerce, Rajdhani College, University of Delhi, since 1973. He received his Master's Degree at University of Allahabad and his LLB degree at University of Delhi. He Possesses a vast experience of teaching Financial Accounting, Cost Accounting, Corporate Accounting and Management Accounting to students of undergraduate and post graduate level. He has been associated with various professional institutes as visiting faculty for the last many years. He has authored a number of books on accounting for various university examinations. Ms. Chhavi Sharma did her M.Com from Delhi University. Thereafter she completed MCA and M.Phil. At present she is teaching at Bharati College of Delhi University. She has assisted Nirmal Gupta in the preparation of many other books on Financial Accounting and Corporate Accounting.

Financial Accounting - Nirmal Gupta

Author

Nirmal Gupta

Cover Price : Rs 450.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789381162439
YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback
Size : 6.25" X 9.50"
Total Pages : 816
CD : No

About the Book The book has been primarily designed to serve as a textbook to meet specifically and comprehensively the needs of B.Com (Hons.) Semester System of University of Delhi and other Indian Universities. The book has several distinctive features, which make it unique and distinct from other books available Some of the distinctive features of the book are: • The book is strictly according to the latest syllabus introduced by the University. • The book is student-oriented and written in "teach yourself style. • The book contains a wide range of questions and problems varying in content, length and complexity. Students will find it easy to understand the intricacies of a topic through step by step. • About 160 B.Com.(Hons.) Examination Problems have been included to create confidence amongst the students. This will facilitate the students to prepare themselves according to standard expected of them. • Questions and problems have been taken from professional examinations such as C.A., C.S. and C.W.A. Contents 1. Introduction to Accounting 2. Financial Accounting Principles 3. Financial Accounting Standards 4. Accounting Process 5. Measurement of Business Income 6. Recognition of Revenues and Expenses 7. Depreciation 8. Inventories 9. Capital and Revenue 10. Financial Statements of Non-for-Profit Organisations 12. Dissolution of the Partnership Firm. About the Authors Nirmal Gupta is an Associate Professor in the Department of Commerce, Rajdhani College, University of Delhi, since 1973. He received his Masters Degree at University of Allahabad and his LLB degree at University of Delhi. He Possesses a vast experience of teaching Financial Accounting, Cost Accounting, Corporate Accounting and Management Accounting to students of undergraduate and post graduate level. He has been associated with various professional institutes as visiting faculty for the last many years. He has authored a number of books on accounting for various university examinations.

Fundamental Principles and Techniques of Financial Accounting, (2012) (9789381162514) - K.Prabhakar Rajkumar

Author

K.Prabhakar Rajkumar

Cover Price : Rs 250.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789381162514
YOP : 2012

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 376
CD : No

About the Book This book has been written to fulfil the needs of the students pursuingB.Com., M.Com and MBA courses and also for those who are undergoing courses like CA, ICWA and ACS. The book deals with the fundamental aspects of Accounting in effective manner and the author has taken sincere efforts to make the subject easily understood, by giving ample illustrations with solutions. The treatment of the subject by the author is laudable and it is written in simple and easily understandable language.All the chapters have been arranged in logical sequence and the method followed in the treatment of the subject is a novel one. This book is not only useful to the students of Commerce and Management but also the trading and business community of the society at large. Salient Features: • Student-friendly, simple language and precise exposition of the subject. • Chapters have been comprehensively and systematically arranged. • Accounting concepts and principles and techniques are explained in different and novel style. • More practical examples, solved illustrations and problems are given wherever necessary. • Sufficient explanation and examples are given wherever necessary to clear the doubts of the students. • Strong foundation in and understanding of the Accounting subject is hopefully aimed. Contents 1. Accounting: Introductory Terms, Concepts and Conventions 2. Accounting Equation 3. Double Entry System 4. Subsidiary Books 5. Journal and Ledger 6. Trial Balance and Rectification of Errors 7. Bank Reconciliation Statement 8. Capital and Revenue Classification 9. Final Account 10. Receipts and Payments and Income and Expenditure Accounts (Accounts of Non-Trading Concerns) 11. Single Entry System About the Author Dr. K. Prabhakar Rajkumar, M.Com., MBA(Gen).,MBA(Fin).,M.Phil., Ph.D is at present working as Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce, Periyar University, Salem - 636 011, Tamil Nadu. He is son of Prof. K. Karuppan M.Com., who served as Professor of Commerce and Principal in Government Arts Colleges and retired as Joint Director of Collegiate Education, Tamil Nadu. Dr. K. Prabhakar Rajkumar has obtained Doctorate in Commerce (Finance) from Alagappa University, Karaikudi, Tamil Nadu. He has put in more than 14 years of teaching and 10 years of research experience. He has authored one book, titled, “Agricultural Finance in India – The Role of NABARD” published by New Century Publications, New Delhi, to his credit and he has individually contributed 66 articles in several leading National and International Journals. He has successfully completed one Major Research Project (Rs. 6.5 lakh) funded by University Grants Commission, New Delhi. He has served as Member of Advisory and Editorial Boards of several refereed Journals of India. He specializes in Accounting, Finance (Security and Portfolio Management) and Banking.

DU B.COM(HONS)SEM-5, FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT - PREETI SINGH

Author

PREETI SINGH

Cover Price : Rs 350.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789382127772
YOP : 2013

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 510
CD : No

About the Book This book on Financial Management is for B.Com (Hons) students. It presents an integrated understanding of the concepts and techniques of financial management. Financial decisions consists of understanding long term decision making through capital budgeting. Financing decisions are considered through leverages and calculations of costs of capital and a good capital structure of the company for healthy financial results. Finally, good management is through the satisfaction of the shareholders by increasing their earnings per share. A conflict of interests may arise between shareholders, debt holders and management; this can be solved through proper wealth management of inter-related areas involving investment, financing and dividend decisions. What investments should a company make? How should it pay for it? The secret of success is not only to do business by spending money or raising it but by increasing the value of the firm using its resources efficiently and with maximum utility. The unique feature of this book is simplicity in language supported by illustrative solved examples. It provides a summary of important points covered in each chapter besides problems for practice. Contents Unit I: Understanding Financial Management Concepts 1. Basic Concepts of Financial Management 2. Time Value of Money 3. Valuation of Securities Unit II: Long-term Capital Decisions 4. Capital Budgeting – Cash Flow 5. Capital Budgeting – Techniques 6. Risk Analysis in Capital Budgeting Unit III: Financial Decisions 7. Cost of Capital 8. Financing Decisions: Operating and Financial Leverage 9. Capital Structure Planning and Value of the Firm Unit IV: Dividend Decisions 10. Dividend Decisions and Valuation of the Firm 11. Dividend Policy Unit V: Management of Current Assets 12. Working Capital Management 13. Cash Management 14. Receivables Management 15. Inventory Management Appendix Glossary Index About the Author Dr. Preeti Singh, Associate Professor at the Jesus & Mary College, University of Delhi (DU) has a long and rich teaching and research experience in many post graduate and under graduate institutes. She has taught Financial Management in Department of Financial Studies, (DU) besides security analysis and portfolio management at the Faculty of Management Studies (DU). She has been Professor in Finance & Accounting in Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, (Delhi), Visiting Professor in IIT, Delhi, Birla Institute of Management, Delhi and Department of Management Studies, Shimla. She is associated with the Indian Institute of Finance, Delhi where she deliveres special lectures from time to time. She has a major contribution in teaching security analysis and portfolio management in the M. Com Program in Delhi University. She was on deputation with the Institute of Life Long Learning, (DU) and has also prepared online resource material for the university. She did her Ph.D. on Life Insurance Corporation and the Capital Market in India in the area of Finance. She has also been a research supervisor to M. Phil and Ph.D. students. She has participated in National and International conferences as organizer, paper presenter, and discussant and chair person. She has many published research papers, articles and book reviews in management journals. Her other well known books in the area of finance are Fundamentals of Financial Management, Investment Management, Portfolio Management, Financial Management: Principles and Practice and Dynamics of Indian Financial System.

Project Infrastructure Finance, 2016 - S.K. Bagchi

Author

S.K. Bagchi

Cover Price : Rs 595.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789380156460
YOP : 2015

Binding : Hardback
Size : 6.25
Total Pages : 174
CD : No

About the Book: Project Finance (including infrastructure finance) has been passing through an evolutionary phase in the process of rapid industrialization of countries with concomitant focus on infrastructure development. Unlike in the past, the Commercial Banks around the globe are increasingly participating in the total financing process of not only large-sized industrial projects but also for infrastructure projects that are generally of larger dimension than usual project finance cases. The Book, ‘Project/Infrastructure Finance’ aims at meeting the requirements of contemporary professional courses besides being an all – inclusive reference point for Finance Practitioners like CAs, CFAs, etc. , Finance Management teachers, officials of Banks and Financial Institutions and also promoters of such projects. Contents 1. Understanding Project-Finance, 2. Infrastructure Anatom, 3. Finance for Infrastructure, 4. Accounting Ratios in infrastructure and the Projects, 5. Credit Rating for Infrastructure Projects , 6.Techniques of Infrastructure Lending, 7. Regulatory Framework, 8. Terms and Conditions of Sanction and Security Documentation , 9. Case Studies on Infrastructure Lending, 10. Post-Disbursement Supervision, 11. Accounting Standards and Audits, 12. Risk Management Implications, 13. Recovery of Non-Performing Accounts, Annexure About the Author Prof. S.K. Bagchi holds a number of professional qualifications in Banking and Finance from Accredited Institutions. He was topper of industrial finance examination of Indian institute of Banking and Finance. He has a rich and varied practical banking and financing experience working for Bank of Baroda (in India and abroad) for over three decades. He is presently Professor (Banking and Finance) at NMIMS University, Mumbai. He has already authored five books. He has so far contributed more than 40 articles on Risk Management and Finance in reputed journals.

Microfinance in Developing Countries - Jean-Pierre Gueyie

Author

Jean-Pierre Gueyie
Ronny Manos
Jacob Yaron

Cover Price : Rs 2,495.00

Imprint : Palgrave / Macmillan
ISBN : 9781137498380
YOP : 2015

Binding : Hardback
Total Pages : 258
CD : No

Microfinance in Developing Countries is a collection of studies by leading researchers in the field of microfinance. It discusses key issues that the rapidly growing microfinance industry currently faces. It offers interesting views and innovative analysis of topical matters concerning impact, performance, challenges and innovations in the microfinance realm. Issues relating to impact include measurement problems; the debate of multiple versus single assessment criteria; and the question of whether microfinance institutions are effective in delivering the microfinance promise. Issues relating to performance include the ongoing debate over the balance between social and financial performance; performance measures; and the controversy over mission drift. Issues relating to the challenges faced by the microfinance industry include the problem of over-indebtedness; improving agricultural microfinance; and assessing the role of local culture in the design of an effective microfinance sector. Lastly, topical issues relating to innovations include assessment of technological and financial innovations and the application thereof as well as the continued expansion of microfinance beyond microcredit in developing countries. Together these issues provide an overview of microfinance as it stands today and point to the direction in which it is heading. Contents List of Tables and Figures About the editors About the contributors Dilemmas and Directions in Microfinance Research Ronny Manos, Jean-Pierre Gueyie & Jacob Yaron Microfinance and Microenterprises' Financing Constraints in Eastern Europe and Central Asia Valentina Hartarska, Denis Nadolnyak & Thomas McAdams Through the Thicket of Credit Impact Assessments Dale W. Adams & Robert C. Vogel Assessing Microfinance: Striking the Balance between Social Utility and Financial Performance Florent Bédécarrats & Cécile Lapenu Earnings Quality in the Microfinance Industry Leif Atle Beisland & Roy Mersland Culture and Governance in Microfinance: Desa Pakraman and Lembaga Perkreditan Desa in Bali Hans Dieter Seibel Crowd Empowered MicroFinance Dan Marom From a Supply Gap to a Demand Gap? The Risk and Consequences of Over-indebting the Underbanked Jessica Schicks Financing Businesses in Africa: The Role of Microfinance Shilpa Aggarwal, Leora Klapper & Dorothe Singer Microfinance and Agriculture: Challenges, Successes, Prospects Richard L. Meyer JEAN-PIERRE GUEYIE is an Associate Professor in the School of Business Administration, University of Quebec in Montreal. He received a Ph.D. degree from Laval University, (Quebec, Canada). His research interests are in financial institutions management, financial risk management, corporate governance and development economics. Doctor Gueyie has published numerous papers in referred scientific journals, and has served as a Consultant in microfinance for the International Research and Development Centre (IRDC) and for the World Bank. RONNY MANOS received her PhD from Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham in England and is currently a lecturer in finance. She has published articles in refereed journals and chapters in books in the areas of corporate finance, microfinance and market microstructure. She also co-edited a special issue on microfinance and banking services in Emerging Economies for the International Journal of Financial Services Management. Manos' current research is broadly focused on the effect of corporate social action on financial performance. She is affiliated with the School of Management, Cranfield University, UK, and with the School of Business Administration, the College of Management Academic Studies, Israel. JACOB YARON is the author of many articles on the issues of development finance, rural and agricultural finance and microfinance. He has provided advice on related matters to the World bank, the Inter American Development Bank, FAO, GTZ, USAID, DFID and other development agencies. He has developed two primary performance assessment criteria of outreach and financial sustainability for development finance institutions. Financial sustainability is assessed by applying the Subsidy Dependence Index (SDI) which measures the level of independence from subsidy of financial institutions that benefit from public support. Presently he is affiliated with the School of Business Administration, The College of Management Academic Studies, Israel.

Public Finance 5th ed - T.N.Hajela

Author

T.N. Hajela

Cover Price : Rs 495.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789384726164
YOP : 2015

Binding : Paperback
Total Pages : 544
CD : No

About the Book :- The book presents a critical analysis of all the important issues connected with the theory and policy of public finance. The book is divided into two parts. Part ONE deals with the theory of public finance and Part TWO provides a discussion on the policy related issues in the context of Indian economy. In this edition, new matter has been added in a number of chapters particularly in Part Two. Latest data have been added wherever possible. An Appendix of Government of India Budgets for 2013-14 and 2014-15 has been added at the end of this book. Since this is a textbook primarily meant for the students of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in economics of the Indian niversities, it covers broadly the syllabi of almost all the universities. The entire material has been presented in make it intelligible even for those who have no grounding in economics. The author is confident that this book will be equally useful for those appearing at all India and State level competitions. Contents : PART ONE : THEORY OF PUBLIC FINANCE 1. Nature and Significance of Public Finance, 2. The Theory of Public Finance, 3. The Principle of Maximum Social Advantage, 4. Public Revenue—General Issues, 5. The Distribution of Tax Burden, 6. Taxable Capacity, 7. Impact and Incidence of Taxes, 8. Prof. Musgrave on Shifting of Incidence, 9. The Problem of Excess Burden and the Principle of Tax Neutrality, 10. Problem of Double Taxation, 11. Classification and Choice of Taxes, 12. Value Added Tax (VAT),13. Effects of Taxation, 14. Public Expenditure—General Issues,15. Objectives and Principles of Public Expenditure, 16. Effects of Public Expenditure, 17. Public Debt—General Issues, 18. Management of Public Debt, 19. The Public Budget, 20. Techniques of Budgeting, 21. Fiscal Policy, 22. Deficit Financing, 23. Development Finance, 24. Financial Administration, 25. Principles of Federal Finance, 26. Public Enterprises, PART TWO: INDIAN PUBLIC FINANCE 27. Indian Federal Finance, 28. Finance Commissions and Their Recommendations, 29. Review of Centre-State Financial Relations in India, 30. Public Expenditure in India, 31. Public Debt in India, 32. Railway Finance in India, 33. Sources of Revenue of Central Government in India (Tax and Non-Tax Revenue), 34. Sources of Revenue of State Governments in India, 35. Local Finance in India, 36. The Indian Tax System : General Observations, Appendix: Government of India Budgets 2013-14 and 2014-15. About the Author :- Dr. T.N. Hajela, after teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students for almost two decades joined the University Grants Commission in 1963, dealt with programmes related to the improvement of standards of teaching and research in higher education in Indian Universities and retired as joint secretary in 1988. In 1974, he went to U.K. as a visiting fellow of the Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford University and worked for one full term on “Impact of Inflation on Higher Education in the U.K.” Dr. Hajela has been associated with a number of universities of the country as member of Academic Council, Research Degree Committee and Board of Studies in economics. He has authored a number of textbooks for university students in the field of monetary economics, macroeconomics, co-operation, economic thought, public finance etc.

Financial Mathematics - Prarthana Shahi

Author

Prarthana Shahi

Cover Price : Rs 395.00

Imprint : Ane Books Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN : 9789385462214
YOP : 2016

Binding : Paperback
Size : 6.25
Total Pages : 246
CD : No

About the Book : The title FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS - A Perfect Solutions, is a true blend of the knowledge for mathematical sophistication and ingenuity of the financial problems. The uniqueness about this book is its simplicity in the application of the numerical and derivative measurements. The book starts with basics and goes on to explain the complexities in a very easy way so that the readers can understand and apply it in practical situations. It also incorporates a large number of both solved and unsolved questions with answers for guidance. Primarily this book will be useful to graduates and postgraduate students and for the professional certificate/short term courses offering information regarding Interest rates, Annuity, Depreciation, etc. As a secondary market it includes the Institute of Actuaries of India for Actuarial profession as a core technical subject and in various other Financial and Economic courses as a core subject. Contents : 1. Introducing the concept of interest 2. Kinds of interest rates 3. Future value 4. Depreciation at varying interest rates 5. Present value and discount rate 6. Equation of payments 7. Concept of annuity 8. Present value of deferred annuities and perpetuities 9. Accumulated value of annuities 10. Bonds/debentures and its valuation 11. Shares and its valuation About the Author : Ms. Prarthana Shahi is currently a senior faculty with the Ansal Institute of Technology and Management, Lucknow. Her areas of interests are Statistics, Research Methodology, Insurance and Risk Management, Communication and other professional papers of marketing. She received her M.Sc. degree in Mathematics from I.T. College, Lucknow and completed her M.BA, with Marketing as a Major from University of Lucknow. She has also qualified N.E.T. (National Eligibility Test) in Management. She has submitted her Thesis in Management for award. She has worked in industry and academics for more than 17 years. She has published many research papers in national and international journals.


   

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