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Banking Awareness Quiz – Set 193

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Welcome to Banking Awareness Quiz in AffairsCloud.com. Here we are creating quiz covering important questions which are common for all the bank exams and other competitive exams.

  1. IDF-NBFCs will raise resources through issue of either Rupee or Dollar-denominated bonds of minimum _______ maturity.
    A. 2 years
    B. 3 years
    C. 4 years
    D. 5 years
    E. None of these
    D. 5 years
    Explanation:
    IDF-NBFCs will raise resources through issue of either Rupee or Dollar-denominated bonds of minimum 5 years maturity.

  2. IDF-MFs will raise resources through issue of units of _______
    A. Commercial Papers
    B. SGBs
    C. MFs
    D. All of these
    E. None of these
    C. MFs
    Explanation:
    IDF-MFs will raise resources through issue of units of Mutual Funds.

  3. ______ especially insurance and pension funds can invest through units and bonds issued by the IDFs.
    A. Domestic institutional investors
    B. Offshore institutional investors
    C. SGBs
    D. Both (A) and (B)
    E. Both (B) and (C)
    D. Both (A) and (B)
    Explanation:
    Domestic/offshore institutional investors, specially insurance and pension funds can invest through units and bonds issued by the IDFs.

  4. The maximum exposure that an IDF-NBFC can take on individual projects will be at ______ of its total Capital Funds (Tier I plus Tier II).
    A. 25%
    B. 50%
    C. 75%
    D. All of these
    E. None of these
    B. 50%
    Explanation:
    The maximum exposure that an IDF-NBFC can take on individual projects will be at 50% of its total Capital Funds (Tier I plus Tier II).

  5. An additional exposure up to _____ could be taken at the discretion of the Board of the IDF-NBFC.
    A. 25%
    B. 50%
    C. 75%
    D. 10%
    E. None of these
    D. 10%
    Explanation:
    An additional exposure up to 10% could be taken at the discretion of the Board of the IDF-NBFC.

  6. All PSLCs valid till ______ and expire on ________.
    A. March 31st & April 1st
    B. February 28th & March 1st
    C. January 31st & February 1st
    D. April 31st & May 1st
    E. None of these
    A. March 31st & April 1st
    Explanation:
    All PSLCs will be valid till March 31st and will expire on April 1st.

  7. “L” in PSLC Stands for _______
    A. Lending
    B. Lower
    C. Large
    D. Loan
    E. None of these
    A. Lending
    Explanation:
    “L” in PSLC stands for Lending

  8. A _____ is a type of corporate bond issued by an Indian company in an overseas market in a currency different from that of the issuer.
    A. FCCB
    B. FCEB
    C. FCNR
    D. All of these
    E. None of these
    A. FCCB
    Explanation:
    FCCB (Foreign Currency Convertible Bond) is a type of corporate bond issued by an Indian company in an overseas market in a currency different from that of the issuer.

  9. E in “FCEB” stands for ____
    A. External
    B. Exchange
    C. Exchangeable
    D. All of these
    E. None of these
    C. Exchangeable
    Explanation:
    FCEB – Foreign Currency Exchangeable Bond.

  10. N in FCNR stands for _____
    A. Non-Repatriable
    B. Net
    C. Natural
    D. Both (A) and (B)
    E. Both (C) and (B)
    A. Non-Repatriable
    Explanation:
    N – Non-Repatriable.