By Chris Skinner
The realm of banking is altering dramatically because of rules, know-how and society. New advancements long ago 3 years comprise advances in regulatory switch, the impression of China and India; from the newest applied sciences to affect financial institution providers, to the most recent experiments with a cashless society.The way forward for Banking in a Globalised global offers an pleasing but informative examine the realm of banking and chronicles the unconventional alterations that experience happened within the during the last 3 years. well known analyst and overseas speaker, Chris Skinner assesses the tendencies that experience happened in the past 3 years and appears at predictions for the way forward for banking.
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On the other hand, two out of every five Indian citizens are still illiterate and a third live on less than a dollar a day. The challenge then is to achieve 100% literacy, which is the firm target on the government’s agenda. For example, successive Indian governments have increased investment in education consistently since the 1950s, with almost 4% of GDP placed into education since the late 1980s. This change of focus is evidenced by the fact that although two-thirds of India’s over 50-year-olds are illiterate, only a quarter of under 18-year-olds are.
The major reason for this constraint is that India’s citizens do not trust banks. The culture of India’s citizens is to trust assets, and so most savings goes into cattle, housing and gold, rather than into banking, deposits and savings. That is why India has the largest consumer economy for gold in the world. India’s people bought $10 billion worth of gold last year, equivalent to double the amount of total foreign investment in India, whilst owning over $200 billion of gold overall, equivalent to about half of the country’s total bank deposits.
That is why JPMorgan Chase back-up and index over one terabyte of communications every day. The corollary of this challenge is that if you are not managing all of these things at the micro-level, with back-up and indexing throughout every step of your operations, then you will get caught out. For example, SEC Rule 17a-4 and NASD 3110 states that broker/dealers and exchange members ‘must preserve all electronic communications relating to the business of their firm in a non-rewritable, non-erasable format for three years, two (years) of which must be in an easily attainable place’.