Deloitte India’s Financial Services Industry (FSI) practice has wide experience in providing services to firms in Banking, Insurance, Securities, Asset Management, Alternative Investment, Financial Services support as well as Regulators. We have dedicated FSI practitioners, who have worked with large public and private sector clients, including top MNCs by offering them assistance in the following areas:
Our India FSI team consists of more than 300 practitioners supporting clients in India and another 500 practitioners serving global clients. The team has extensive experience in the banking, insurance and asset management sectors. Globally, Deloitte's Global Financial Services Industry (GFSI) practice has 22,000 professionals offering a wide array of services through our member firms that are specifically designed for financial institutions in the banking, securities, insurance, investment management and real estate industries. In addition to attest and tax, our member firms offer services in areas such as Business Strategy & Restructuring, M&A Advisory, Financial Transaction Support, Process Re-engineering, Financial Transformation and Change Management.
|Navigating the risk based supervision process: The move towards risk based supervision is a step in the right direction for the banking industry. However, challenges abound both for the supervisor and the banks as the industry grapples with wide-ranging issues.This document explains the revamped supervision process and provides a perspective on the holistic approach banks can take to integrate the supervisory process with the internal control systems and internal capital adequacy assessment processes.|
|RBI guidelines for setting up of Wholly Owned Subsidiaries by foreign banks in India | Opportunities and Challenges: Taking into account the feedback received on the Discussion Paper issued in January, 2011, RBI has released the Scheme for setting up of WOS by foreign banks in India. This paper provides an overview of the foreign banks in India and key features of the Scheme issued by RBI. It also highlights the implications for existing and new foreign banks.|
|Financial Inclusion for Reviving Growth: Success Stories, Challenges & the Road Ahead: The Indian government, regulatory bodies, banks and non-banks are joining hands and striving towards one common goal - financial inclusion for the masses. Significant steps and initiatives are currently underway to enable availability of banking, insurance and other payment related services for the people. In this report, , we look at some of such key initiatives more closely to assess their potential impact, key roadblocks and possible resolutions|
|Can you carry your money in your mobile? M-Banking & M-Payments: The Next Frontier Can mobile banking and payments scale the maturity curve to become the first inclusive banking and payment delivery channel for India? Not sure? Read more about this in the recently released point of view.|
|RBI Guidelines for New Private Banks | Opportunities and Challenges: RBI has released the Guidelines for “Licensing of New Banks in the Private Sector” on February 22, 2013. This document summarizes the key tenets proposed in the guidelines and provides Deloitte view on implications and observations of these guidelines for banking sector aspirants|
|Banking and Securities Outlook 2012: There is a significant overhang of uncertainty that is impacting the banking and securities marketplace are - European sovereign debt, U.S. housing market and unemployment, U.S. political stalemate and election cycle, Regulatory evolution. This report discusses in length the challenges and outlook for banking and securities industry for 2012. To find out more, please click here.|