Mr. Ram should take many factors into account. Each Management Committee will have its own way of doing things, and the way in which work is shared out can also depend on the skills, interests or amount of time that a person has to offer. The following points outline the typical financial responsibilities of a Treasurer:
Q2. Visit a public sector bank and a private bank and assess the roles of their treasury Departments to draw a similarity of functioning. Discuss the instruments that are traded in the banks. (Treasury management in banks-5 marks, Money market instruments-5 marks) 10 marks Treasury management in banks
In recent days, most of the Indian banks have classified their business into two primary business segments like treasury operations (investments) and banking operations (excluding treasury).
The treasury operations in banks are divided into: Rupee treasury
The rupee treasury carries out various rupee based treasury functions like asset liability
management, investments and trading. It helps in managing the bank’s position in terms of statutory
requirements like cash reserve ratio, statutory
Q3. As a
treasurer, while it would be essential to look at the company’s capital
asset, you will also have to open foreign operating accounts and set up banking services in target areas. What steps would you take if your organization plans to expand globally?
(Describe the facilities provided to exporters and importers in India., Discuss the role of FEDAI. facilities provided to exporters and importers in India. ) Facilities Available To Exporters And Importers Exporters
Exporters are provided timely and adequate credit to meet the exports commitments.
Exporters are allowed pre and post-shipment credit at competitive interest rates.
Export Credit is made available both in Indian Rupee and Foreign Currency as well.
All eligible exporters are issued ‘GOLD CARD HOLDER”
status. In addition to better terms of credit,
an additional ‘in principle’ export credit (
Q4. Explain how banks gain on liquidity measures taken by RBI. Differentiate cash and liquidity management. (Cash management-5 marks, Liquidity management-5 marks) 10 marks Cash management
refers to a broad area of finance involving the collection, handling, and usage of cash. It involves assessing market liquidity, cash flow, and investments