Research Paper On Financial Services In India

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  • Marketing Communications and the Selling of Financial Services

    Financial services products are an intangible good and may often be a grudge purchase making them harder to sell. This 5 page paper considers the role of communications in marketing financial services and looks at how a financial services company can gain a competitive advantage. The bibliography cites 8 sources.

  • Regulating Financial Services in E-Commerce.

    This research paper addresses problems that can arise in the regulation of the on-line financial services industry. The author focuses on issues occurring in Australia, but the argument can apply wherever deregulated financial services exist. This six page paper has three sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Overview of India's Tata Consultancy Services

    In three pages this global software services consultancy firm based in India is examined in an overview of company mission, offered services, clients, and various other aspects. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Offshoring In India and Cap Gemini Sogeti

    Cap Gemini Sogeti have a division that providing offshoring services for their clients. The main locations is India, but with changes in the commercial environment and many developing countries increasing their skills base there is more competition for offshore business. The writer examines the influences, the way they may change and the potential of other countries and models to that may pay a part in the way that the firm provides the offshore services. Twenty sources are cited in the bibliography of this ten page paper.

  • Value-Based Management in the Financial Services Industry

    A 10 page paper discussing the interest that a financial institution is likely to have in value-based management and value chain assessment for decision-making purposes. Value-based management rests on the concept of the value chain, consisting of the inbound logistics; operations; outbound logistics; marketing and sales; and service (The Value Chain, 2005) activities of the organization. Financial services organizations must address all of these issues as well as the financial aspects of operations of businesses they are assessing for investment or financing services, or even for acquisition. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

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