Bank Strike for 2 Days in May (30-31 or 28-29?)

The United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU) has proposed a 48 hours strike in Banks for early revision of salary of bankers. The IBA in a recent meeting made an absurd offer of 2% hike in bankers salary. The strike is proposed to begin 6 am on May 30 till 6 am on June 1....

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Pension for RRB Employees at par with Nationalised Banks

On 25th April, 2018, a Supreme Court Decision has come in favour of employees of Regional Rural Banks (RRB). After a two decade long legal battle, Supreme Court has now decided that employees of RRBs to draw pension at par with Nationalised Banks. Supreme Court...

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What is Letter of Credit?

A letter of credit is issued (opened) bank a Bank on the request of his buyer customer in favour of seller, which is an undertaking by the bank to make payment to the seller if fulfills his obligations. The process of Letter of Credit is described in the following...

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What is working Capital?

Working Capital is a financial indicator of operational liquidity of a business organization. Working Capital is the short term assets to cover the short term liabilities of the organization. Working Capital is calculated as Current Assets – Current Liabilities, also...

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All Finacle 10 Commands

Finacle 10 or Finacle X is the latest buzz in Banking Industry. Some Banks have already migrated to Finacle 10 whereas some are under implementation. Finacle 10 is the upgraded version of the flagship product of Infosys, which is being worldwide bank various banks. If...

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Gratuity increase for bankers – Lok Sabha passes the bill

Lok Sabha today passed the amendment in Payment of Gratuity Act to increase the Gratuity ceiling to Rs.20 lacs. The existing limit for gratuity was Rs.10 lacs. After implementation of seventh pay commission, gratuity ceiling was increased from Rs.10 lacs to Rs.20 lacs...

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