About the smallcase
The banking sector in India has witnessed a remarkable evolution over the years, transitioning from outdated and inefficient systems to emerging as one of the most technologically advanced sectors. Government reforms, increased consumer demand, improved asset quality, and technological advancements have been key drivers of this transformation.
- Strong regulatory oversight and credible monetary policy of the Reserve Bank of India have enabled stable growth of the sector.
- Growing disposable income and a large consumer market have been driving the demand for banking services, including loans for housing, automobiles, education, and personal expenses.
- The government has supported the sector with several measures such as Pradhan Mantri Jan Dhan Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana, and Direct Benefit Transfer aimed to integrate marginalised populations into the formal banking system. This increased participation in the banking sector has contributed to the growth in deposits and credit.
- Furthermore, India has also been at the forefront of embracing the digital revolution. The widespread adoption of mobile banking, the dominance of UPI, and the thriving credit card industry have propelled India's financial system to be more technologically advanced than other countries.
This smallcase comprises private and public sector banks to allow investors to efficiently track and invest in the banking sector.
Live Performance vs
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Apr 4, 2016
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