2 edition of Financial assets and instruments for mobilisation of saving found in the catalog.
Financial assets and instruments for mobilisation of saving
Dansukhlal Tulsidas Lakdawala
by Sardar Patel Institute of Economic and Social Research, distributed by Popular Prakashan in Ahmedabad, Bombay
Written in English
|Statement||D. T. Lakdawala, R. J. Mody.|
|Series||Monograph series -- Sardar Patel Institute of Economic and Social Research ; 3, Monograph series (Sardar Patel Institute of Economic and Social Research) ;, 3.|
|Contributions||Mody, R. J., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HC440.S3 L34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 100, xii p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||75907914|
2. Financial Sector Development and Savings Mobilisation: The Nexus Financial sector development is one of the key elements of, and a necessary condition for, financial liberalisation, and often the terms are used synonymously in the literature. Thus it is important to consider the process of financial sector liberalisation in order to see the fullFile Size: KB. Provide Liquidity to Financial Assets Financial markets facilitate easy purchase and sale of financial assets. Holders of assets can readily sell their financial assets through the mechanism of financial market. Reduce the Cost of Transactions Financial markets provide valuable Information about securities being traded n the market.
With references to assets, liabilities and equity instruments, the statement of financial position immediately comes to mind. Further, the definition describes financial instruments as contracts, and therefore in essence financial assets, financial liabilities and equity instruments are going to be pieces of Size: KB. Financial assets with attractive yield, liquidity and risk characteristics encourage saving in financial form. By evaluating alternative investments and monitoring the activities of borrowers, financial intermediaries increase the efficiency of resource use. Access to a variety of financial instruments enables an economicFile Size: 1MB.
Further, the definition describes financial instruments as contracts, and therefore in essence financial assets, financial liabilities and equity instruments are going to be pieces of paper. For example, when an invoice is issued on the sale of goods on credit, the entity that has sold the goods has a financial asset – the receivable. This is even more true with the fact that financial instruments are considered off balance sheet. It is the author’s view that accounting for financial instruments constitutes the main challenge, both Canadian and international, standard-setters must overcome2. Financial problems and bankruptcies of organisations which seemed to be.
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E September (i) Financial Assets • A financial assets is one which is used for production or consumption or for further creation of assets.
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