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Finacle plans meet in Goa
Finacle, the universal banking solution from Infosys Technologies Ltd, announced on Wednesday that it was organising Finacle Conclave 2006, the inaugural client forum that aims to bring together thought leaders and visionaries ... More

GENERAL INSURANCE


`Mediclaim disputes on the rise'
The disputes arising from mediclaim and miscellaneous claim settlements are on the rise, observed the Insurance Ombudsman for Chennai office, Mr R.C. Sharma. Admitting that there was increased awareness about this redressal forum, which dealt ... More

Tata AIG in pact with ATE group
Tata AIG has signed an agreement with the city-based ATE group to promote various travel insurance products and services within India, says an ATE group press release. The ATE group has also entered into an alliance with the ... More

CREDIT RATING


ICRA's new norms for bank hybrids
Different rating approach to be followed More

RBI & OTHER CENTRAL BANKS


World bank loan for Karnataka
Improving financia viability of urban local bodies More

PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS


Corpn Bank to vend Pru ICICI products
Corporation Bank has announced its partnership with Prudential ICICI Asset Management Company Pvt Ltd for the distribution of mutual fund products. A release said that Corporation Bank would offer the entire range of ... More

GOVT BONDS


Hardening rates to raise interest costs of States
Escalation in revenue expenditure More

FIXED DEPOSITS


TMB scheme for senior citizens
Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Ltd (TMB) has introduced a deposit scheme - `Santhosh Deposit' - exclusively for senior citizens. The scheme serves both as a savings bank account and term deposit account. Also, the account has ... More

EVENTS


`Economy will witness fractional slowdown'
Rupee overvalued by 5-7 pc More

PEOPLE


J. Rambabu made APSFC Chairman
The Andhra Pradesh State Financial Corporation (APSFC) has a new Chairman in Mr J. Rambabu, a retired IAS officer. He succeeds Mr M. Gopalakrishna, who served for four years. Mr Rambabu took charge on Wednesday. The Small ... More



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