Tuesday, 27 March 2018

BBA603 Role of International Financial Institutions


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PROGRAM
Bachelor of Business Administration - BBA
SEMESTER
VI
SUBJECT CODE & NAME
BBA603
Role of International Financial Institutions

Qus:1 Write a Short Note on Balance of Payment and derivatives.
Answer: Balance of payments (BoP) is an account statement which holds the summation of all international transactions a country has had with other nations. It reflects a country’s performance in trade, in


Qus:2 What do you mean by Exchange Rate? What are the various Determinants of
Exchange Rates?
Answer: Exchange rate is the price of one currency in terms of another. Similar to a product in a store which has a price, a unit of currency also has a price. For example, a book at an Indian airport can


Qus:3 Write Short Note on Letter of Credit and Bill of Exchange.
Answer: Letter of Credit
Letter of Credit (LC) is one of the methods of making trade payment while dealing with unknown exporters or importers. LC is one of the most secured modes of payment for international traders, especially when the foreign buyer’s reliable credit information is not there. The exporter has to be content with the creditworthiness of the importer’s bank. Through this method
Qus:4 Write a short note on International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
and International Development Association.
Answer: The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) is an international financial development institution and is the first of the five-member institutions which make up the World Bank Group. IBRD has been constituted for the purpose of giving loans to middle-income developing nations of the world and is considered to be the hard lending arm of the World Bank. Initially, IBRD was set up for financing the reconstruction of the European countries which were destroyed by World War II, but later on its aid was extended all over the world for eradicating poverty and advancing economic development. The areas of focus for

Qus:5 What do you mean by Asian Development Bank (ADB)? What are the various criticism made for Asian Development Bank (ADB)?
Answer: The Asian Development Bank (ADB) was originally a brain child of some influential Japanese in 1962, since they felt that the World Bank was not able to successfully serve the interest in Asia. This was also supported by the Japanese government and finally it was established in 1966. The Asian Development Bank has its headquarters in Mandaluyong City, Philippines. Japan being the major shareholder, held a very influential position in the banks administration and

majorly criticized by the China.

Qus:6 What do you mean by Basel III and what are the Key features of Basel III.
Answer: Basel III is a global regulatory standard on capital adequacy of the banks, their market liquidity risks and stress


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