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INTRODUCT ION TO BA NKING INSTRUME


 Banking instruments are checks, drafts, bills of trade, credit

notes and so on.

 It is a report ensuring the installment of a particular measure

of cash, either on request or at a set time, with the player named on the archive.

 These are the accompanying

BANKING INSTRUMENTS ARE DEFINED AS FOLLOWS:


Deposits or pay-in-slip Cheques Demand Drafts Internet Banking Mobile Banking Core Banking Solution


DEPOSITS OR PAY-IN-SLIP  The deposits are made by filling up a pay-in-slip. The

form of the pay-in-slip is:

 It is used to deposit money in the bank and returned to

the depositor.  It has the signature of the cashier, as receipt.  It gives the details regarding the date, the amount

deposited.


CHEQUES A cheque is an unconditional order on the bank

made by the client instructing the bank to pay a certain sum of money to the person named in the cheque or his order or the bearer.

This instrument is very safe and convenient

method of making payments or withdrawing money from a bank.


DEMAND DRAFTS  A demand draft (DD) is a negotiable bank instrument similar to

a bill of exchange.

 A bank issues a demand draft to a client (drawer), directing

another bank (drawee) or one of its own branches to pay a certain sum to the specified party (payee).

 The difference between a cheque and demand draft is given

below:


Basis for Comparison Demand Draft Meaning Cheque is a negotiable instrument which contains an order to the bank, signed by the drawer, to pay a certain sum of money to a specified person.

Demand Draft is a negotiable instrument used for the transfer of money from one place to another. Payment Payable either to order or to bearer. Always payable to order of a certain person. Issuance Cheque is issued by an individual. Demand Draft is issued by a bank.

Bank Charges No Yes Drawer Customer of the bank. Client Parties Involved Three Parties- Drawer, Drawee, Payee. Two Parties- Drawer, Payee. Dishonour Yes, due to insufficient balance or other similar reasons. No Demand Draft/Payment Order/Travellers Cheques


INTERNET BANKING:  Web-based keeping money or the Internet saving money is an

electronic installment system that empowers clients of a monetary establishment to lead budgetary exchanges on a site worked by the bank.

 Web-based saving money was initially presented in the mid-

1980s in New York.

 Four noteworthy banks—Citibank, Chase Manhattan, Chemical

and Manufacturers Hanover—offered this administration.


MOBILE BANKING: Portable keeping money alludes to the utilization

of a mobile phone or another cell gadget to perform the internet managing an account errands.

Versatile managing an account administrations

are normally constrained to an electronic development of assets and information recovery.


CORE BANKING SOLUTION:  This is a procedure in which the data is put away in a brought

together server of the bank, which is accessible to all system branches.


Definition of Banking Instrument  

Banking instrument is a report ensuring the installment of a particular measure of cash, either on request or at a set time, with the player...

Definition of Banking Instrument  

Banking instrument is a report ensuring the installment of a particular measure of cash, either on request or at a set time, with the player...

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