By: Sonia Mehra | Jun 12, 2013 Corporate Banking is a need of the hour with various large scale corporations, agencies and companies in need of such services. Besides providing all the regular banking facilities, these banks also deal with large scale operations such as underwriting, tailor made operations specific to a company’s needs, etc.
By: zaire paige | Apr 3, 2013 Over the years, mobile phones have ceased to be just mobile phones. The advent of Smartphones and surge in mobile phone telephony technology has made a phone much more than just that.
By: Abdul Shahid | Feb 8, 2013 Premium banking or private banking goes beyond personally handling a traditional bank account. It is a holistic financial management solution offered by banks and includes banking, investment and other financial services for customers. Individual attention to customers is provided through personal banking managers who help plan their financial investments.
By: T.M. Murphy | Jun 12, 2012 An individual retirement account (IRA) can sound like a prison sentence once you start reading all of the fine print about what you are and aren’t allowed to do with your money once you commit it to this savings endeavor.
By: Sneha Jain | Jun 3, 2012 Non-resident Indians are one of the biggest sources of foreign currency transactions in India. Since liberalisation, Indian banks have geared up and adopted new technologies to speed up the banking procedures for NRIs.
By: Sanober Kabeer | May 29, 2012 Saving accounts are the oldest and simplest way of saving money. They are the most liquid form of investment. Banks draw a majority of their funds from deposits in savings accounts, while offering a steady rate of interest.
By: zealance | May 9, 2012 International Bank Transfers means sending and receiving of money globally no matter about the space and time. Presently, this is has become a cost efficient alternative to the age old method, ‘Wire transfer’, as they do not cost a fortune and are also trustworthy. Institutions using this specialized technology are allotted an access code known as BIC or Bank Identifier Code.