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FII Shareholding in Indian Banks - Is There Any Difference between Public Sector and Private Sector Banks? (Lakshmi K.)

Corporate Governance in Banking State-Owned Banks

Abstract This study analyses the differences in the level of foreign portfolio investment in public sector banks and private sector banks. The study finds that the foreign portfolio investment in private sector banks is higher than the public sector banks when FIIs investment is considered as a percentage of total shareholding. However, when FIIs shareholding is measured as a percentage of free float shares, the difference disappears. The results show that the Reserve Bank of India has been successful in its implementation of various measures to improve the transparency in the corporate governance of public sector banks in order to broad base ownership and control.
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Libref/ Lakshmi K. (2011) "FII Shareholding in Indian Banks - Is There Any Difference between Public Sector and Private Sector Banks?", pp. 1 - 11
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