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TABLE OF CONTENT:

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Chapter I: INTRODUCTORY

1. RESEARCH HYPOTHESIS 01.

2. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 01.

• Main Objective
• Sub Objectives
3. SIGNIFICANCE OF THE PROJECT 01.

4. LITERATURE REVIEW 02.


5. METHODOLOGY USED 03.
6. CHAPTER PLANING 03.

Chapter II:

1. REVIEW OF INDIAN ECONOMY 04.


2. BANKING DEVELOPMENTS 05.
3. FOREIGN EXCHANGE MARKET- AN OVERVIEW 06.
4. NEED FOR FOREIGN EXCHANGE 06.
5. MAJOR PLAYERS 08.
• Customers
• Commercial Banks
• Central Banks
• Exchange Brokers
• Overseas Foreign Exchange market
• Speculators
6. EXCHANGE RATE SYSTEM 09.
• The Gold Standard
• Bretton Woods System
• Floting Rate System
• Purchasing Power Parity (PPP)
7. FUNDAMENTALS IN EXCHANGE RATE 11.
8. METHODS FOR QOUTING EXCHANGE RATES 12.
• Direct Method
• Indirect Method
9. FACTORS AFFECTING IN EXCHANGE RATES 13.
• Strength of Economy
• Political Factor
• Expactation of the Foreign Exchange Market
10. HEDGING TOOLS 14.
11. DERIVATIVES 15.
12. FORWORD CONTRACT 15.
13. VARIOUS OPTIONS AVAILABLE IN FORWORD CONTRACTS 17.
• Roll Over Forward Contracts
• Cancellation of Forward Contract
• Early Delivery
• Substitution of Orders
14. ADVENTAGES OF USING FORWORD CONTRACT
21.
15. DISADVANTAGES OF USING FORWORD CONTRACT 21.
16. CURRENCY OPTIONS 21.
17. HOW ARE CURRENCY OPTIONS ARE DIFFERENT FROM
FORWARD CONTRACTS 21.
18. TYPES OF OPTIONS 22.
19. OPTION PREMIUMS 22.
20. HOW DOES THE OPTION WORK 22.

Chapter III: FOREX RESERVE MANAGEMENT BY RBI

1. OBJECTIVES OF THE RESERVES MANAGEMENT 24.


2. LEGAL FRAMEWORK AND POLICIES
25.
3. MOVEMENT OF RESERVES 25.
• Review Of Growth Of Reserves Since 1991
• Sources of Accretion to Foreign Exchange Reserves
• Sources of Variation in Foreign Exchange Reserves
4. EXTERNAL LIABILITIES VIS-À-VIS FOREIGN
EXCHANGE RESERVES
30.
5. ADEQUACY OF RESERVES 31.
6. MANAGEMENT OF GOLD RESERVES 32.
7. INVESTMENT PATTERN AND EARNINGS OF THE FOREIGN
CURRENCY ASSETS 32.
8. OTHER RELATED ASPECTS 33.
• Pre-Payment
• Financial Transaction Plan (FTP) Of The IMF
9. RISK MANAGEMENT 33.
• Credit Risk
• Market Risk
10. OPERATIONAL RISK AND CONTROL SYSTEM 35.
11. TRANSPARENCY AND DISCLOSURES 36.

Chapter IV: FOREIGN EXCHANGE OPERATION OF IOB

1. ORGANISATIONAL SET UP IN IOB 37.

2. RATES OF EXCHANGE 39.


3. REPORTING OF FOREIGN EXCHANGE TRANSACTIONS BY
BRANCHES 39.
4. PERMITTED CURRENCY AND METHODS OF PAYMENT 40.
5. ASIAN CLEARING UNION (ACU) 40.
6. FORWARD TRANSECTION 41.
7. COUNTRY RISK IN EXPORT-IMPORT TRANSACTIONS 41.
8. REPORTING OF COUNTRY EXPOSURES BY BRANCHES TO
TREASURY (FOREIGN) 42.
9. INDIRECT COUNTRY RISK EXPOSURE 42.
10. BUSINESS INFORMATION REPORTS 43.
11. US SANCTIONS 43.
12. FOREIGN EXCHANGE TRANSACTION SUSPENSE ACCOUNT
44.
13. XPRESS MONEY/ MONEYGRAM 45.
14. SHARING OF INCOME BY AD AND NAD BRANCHES 46.
15. EXCHANGE EARNERS’ FOREIGN CURRENCY ACCOUNTS 46.
16. ISSUANCE OF GUARANTEES AND CONFIRMATION OF
LETTERS OF CREDIT BY/ON BEHALF OF CORRESPONDENT
BANKS 46.
17. LINES OF CREDIT 47.
18. ONEROUS CLAUSES 47.
19. VALIDITY OF COUNTER GUARANTEE 47.
20. LIABILITY 48.
21. EXTENSION/ENHANCEMENT
48.
22. ELIMINATION OF GUARANTEE 49.
23. LETTERS OF CREDIT CONFIRMATION 49.
24. GUIDELINES FOR REPORTING TRANSACTIONS TO DEALING
ROOMS AT TREASURY (FOREIGN) CO 50.
25. WORKING OF THE SYSTEM 50.
• Card Rate Publication
• Transmission Of Mt 103/202 Messages
• Transmission Of Restricted Format Message
• Requests From Branches To Treasury (Foreign) Seeking
Permission For Purchase/Discounting/Negotiation Of Bills
Under Lc Where Counter-Party/Bank Limit Is Not Available
26. REPORTING OF FOREX MERCHANT TRANSACTIONS 52.
• Application of Card Rates
27. QUOTING RATES DIRECTLY TO CUSTOMERS 54.
28. FOREX TURNOVER OF MERCHANT TRANSECTION-
Kolkata (M) Region. 56.
29. MERCHANT TURN OVER of
India Exchange Place, Kolkata Main Branch
58.
30. FOREX TURNOVER OF MERCHANT TRANSECTION of
India Exchange Place, Kolkata Main Branch
59.
31. MOVEMENT OF RUPEE AGAINST MAJOR CURRENCIES-
APRIL 2009 TO MARCH 2010
60.
Chapter V:
1. REFERANCE MATERIAL 61.
2. BIBLOGRAPHY 62.