More Details about Tannan’s Banker’s Manual: A Commentary on Banking Laws and Allied Acts (Set of 2 Volumes)

General Information  
Author(s)Tannan Revised by Rajesh Narain Gupta
PublisherLexis Nexis
Edition25th Edition 2016
BindingHard Cover
Publish YearSeptember 2016


This thematic commentary provides comprehensive coverage of operational and regulatory aspects of banking industry.
Analyses various aspects of the banking sector including (I) Credit policy, (II) Audit & inspection, (III) Dishonour of cheques, (IV) Loans and advances, (V) Guarantee, Securities, (VI) Digitalisation of banking platforms, (VII) developments in regulations relating to Non-performing asset (NPAs) Management, (VIII) introduction of e-banking services and products and practical problems pertaining to the same
Incorporates important legislative & other developments with respect to (I) The Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016, (II) SARFAESI, SICA and Bankruptcy code, (III) Enforcement of Security Interest and Recovery of Debt laws and Miscellaneous Provisions (Amendment) Act, 2016, (IV) International Banking Unit
Incorporates significant judicial decisions on key enactments including Banking Regulation Act 1949; Negotiable Instruments Act 1881; SARFAESI Act 2002; and Debt Recovery Tribunal Act 1993.
Includes revised forms and latest circulars and notifications issued by the RBI.
Contains quick reference tables, comparative tables, illustrative figures for ease of understanding.
The book is a must buy for Legal practitioners specializing in banking law, law firms specializing in banking law, Banking Institutions, Company Secretaries, Chartered Accountants, Research Scholars & academicians, Libraries of Supreme Court/ High Courts/ Tribunals and also for students preparing for competitive bank exams such as: JAIIB/ CAIIB, AIBE.
All statutory and case law pertaining to significant changes and developments in the banking landscape have been incorporated in this edition.
Includes all the relevant statutes and regulations with section-wise comments on the critical enactments such as Banking Regulation Act, Negotiable Instruments Act, and State Financial Corporation Act.