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Fin Min calls meeting to resolve bankers salary revision today...

Secretary Financial Services GS Sandhu announced for meeting with IBA (Indian Bankers Association) today on issues of salary revision of bankers to break dead locks as earliest as possible at an Assocham event held in New Delhi today. "Reserve Bank ... MyIris, 3 weeks ago
Sandhu to hold talks with IBA representatives Business Standard, 3 weeks ago

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Capital infusion plan for PSU banks soon: Sandhu

will soon come out with the capital infusion plan for PSU banks to help them meet the global capital adequacy norms, Financial Services Secretary G S Sandhu said today. "We will very soon bring capital infusion plan in PSU banks to cabinet. It's almost ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago State-run banks to tap markets "very soon" -govt official  Sify3 weeks ago State-run Banks to Tap Markets Soon: Official  NDTV Profit3 weeks ago Risk management courses may be made mandatory for senior PSU bank officials  Livemint.com2 months ago
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RBI will cut interest rate at the right time: Sandhu

th RBI keeping its short term lending rate unchanged citing inflation risks, Financial Services Secretary G S Sandhu today said the central bank understands the needs of market and would cut interest rate at the right time. "RBI is fully understanding the ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago RBI not biased towards either raising or cutting rates: Rajan  Business Standard India3 weeks ago
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Sandhu says RBI fears on Jan Dhan addressed; 70 pc target met

Claiming that RBI's concerns have been allayed, a top finance ministry official today said banks have opened 5.1 crore new accounts under the flagship Jan Dhan programme and collected Rs 3,600 crore in deposits. Rs 3,600 crore have been collected ...
 Business Standard India3 weeks ago
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Business Standard India

Backlog in issuance of RuPay cards as JDY A/Cs zoom

Over the weekend, financial services secretary G S Sandhu had said that banks had opened 4 crore accounts so far and mobilised about Rs 3,700 crore as deposits in these accounts. MUMBAI: Although close to 4 crore bank accounts have been opened under the Jan ...
 Economic Times1 month ago NPCI scrambles to issue RuPay cards as Jan Dhan accounts zoom  Big News Network1 month ago Jan Dhan accounts cross 5 crore mark  Livemint.com3 weeks ago Jan Dhan accounts cross 50 mn, banks collect over Rs 3,500cr  Business Standard India3 weeks ago
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Finance ministry considers splitting post of CMD for PSU banks

Financial services secretary G.S. Sandhu said the proposal to split the post of CMD is being considered. Photo: Ramesh Pathania/Mint New Delhi: The finance ministry on Monday said it is considering bifurcation of the post of chairman and ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago FinMin mulls splitting CMD post for PSU banks  Moneycontrol.com2 months ago CMD's post could be split in state- run banks  HispanicBusiness.com1 month ago Finance Ministry Mulls Bifurcation of CMD Post for PSU Banks  Outlook India2 months ago
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Govt to Arm Banks to Change Management of Wilful Defaulters

MUMBAI: The government will amend laws to empower banks to change the management of willful defaulters, G S Sandhu, Secretary, Ministry of Finance said here on Wednesday. G S Sandhu The government plans to bring changes in the SARFAESI Act ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago Guarantors may get wilful defaulter tag too, says RBI  Economic Times1 month ago United Bank declares Mallya, 3 others as wilful defaulters  The Freepress Journal1 month ago UBI dubs Mallya wilful defaulter  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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Public Sector Banks Should Find Own Avenues to Generate Funds: Sandhu

Mumbai : Public sector banks should find their own avenues to generate funds and not rely forever on the government for capital, a top Finance Ministry official said today. "We are taking recapitalisation of banks in a big way but ...
 NDTV Profit2 months ago PSBs should find own avenues to generate funds: G S Sandhu  Financial Express2 months ago Govt may start diluting stake in public banks in November  Rediff.com2 months ago
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FinMin yet to get a proposal from RBI on COO appt: Sandhu

Finance Ministry has not received any proposal from the Reserve Bank for appointing a Chief Operating Officer on the rank of a Deputy Governor and that the RBI Act has to be amended to facilitate any such opening. "We have not got any proposal so far (from ...
 Business Standard2 months ago "FinMin yet to get a proposal from RBI on COO appt"  Press Trust of India2 months ago Finance Ministry for more transparency in PSB chiefs appointments  The Hindu2 months ago Finance ministry rules out COO appointment in RBI  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Arrested Syndicate Bank Chairman S K Jain suspended

Financial Services Secretary G S Sandhu said FinMin received a preliminary report from the CBI on the arrest of Jain, based on which he was suspended Press Trust of India | New Delhi August 4, 2014 Last Updated at 19:12 IST Two days after CBI arrested him for ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Arrested Syndicate Bank CMD suspended  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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