# Retail Banking Case Study on Credit Card - CAIIB

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Retail Banking-Case Study on Credit Card

Mr X has been enjoying a credit card from ABC Bank. The bank has fixed a spending limit of Rs. 200000 lac on his card. During July 2016, he made purchase of Rs. 150000 and paid on due date (10 Aug 2016) Rs. 120000 being a part of the outstanding amount of Rs. 150000. On 11 Aug 2016, he made additional purchase of Rs. 70000. Rate of interest charged by bank is 2 % per month.

01. What would be the minimum payment requirement on credit card dues during any month?

a. 3% of due
b. 5% of due
c. 8% of due
d. 10% of due

02. As the bank charges interest at 2% per month, what would be the annual effective rate to the user?

a. 24.52%
b. 26.82%
c. 27.92%
d. 28.64%

03. Daily interest charged on outstanding balance as on 11 Aug 2016 will be ......

a. Rs.60.50
b. Rs.65.75
c. Rs.70.10
d. Rs.75.25

04. Total interest Charged on 10 Sep 2016 will be ......

a. Rs.1865
b. Rs.1908
c. Rs.1973
d. Rs.2036

Ans - c

05. If Mr A wants to clear all his dues on the due date on 10 Sept 2016, what amount would be required to pay ......

a. Rs.30000
b. Rs.70000
c. Rs.100000
d. Rs.101913

Solution

1-b
Minimum payment require 5%

2-b
Effective interest rate=(1+r)^n-1
= (1+0.02)^12-1
= 1.26824-1
= 0.26824
= 26.82%

3-b
Daily interest charged=Due outstanding*12/365*r
=(30000+70000)*12/365*0.02
=100000*12*.02/365
=24000/365
=65.75

4-c
Total interest charged= no of days outstanding * Daily interest
From 11 Jul 2016 to 10 Aug 2016 = 30 days
=30*65.75
=1973

5-d
= 30000+70000+1973
= 101973

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