This book is tailored to meet the specific needs students of commerce and management who study Banking Practices and Procedure. The book is organized into Eight Chapters. Chapter One introduces the barter system and difficulties, overview of money, and also desirable properties and measurement of money. Chapter Two deals the financial system. Chapter Three concerns both commercial and central banking system. Chapter Four presents the relationship between banker and customer. Chapter Five discusses the different accounts of customers, including accounts of special types of customers. Chapter Six describes in detail about different types of negotiable instruments, overview and kinds of crossing, and overview, significance and kinds of endorsement. Chapter Seven analyses the overview and duties of paying and collecting banking. Chapter Eight studies issues relating to loans and advances, and advances against collateral securities.
Dr.D. Guruswamy was born in 1974 at Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh. He received his B.Com, M.Com and PhD degrees from Sri Venkateswara University, India. He was awarded PhD in the field of Finance in the year 2004. At present he is working as Assistant Professor, Department of Accounting and Finance, Mekelle University, Ethiopia.