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IDBI Bank seeks to raise Rs6,000 crore from share sales
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IDBI Bank seeks to raise Rs6,000 crore from share sales

IDBI Bank is among those public sector lenders that did not get capital from the government based on new performance criteria. Photo: Pradeep Gaur/Mint Mumbai: State-owned IDBI Bank Ltd on Tuesday said it has sought shareholders consent to raise ... Livemint.com, 1 month ago
IDBI Bank seeks nod for Rs 6k cr share issue The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
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Money Control

Govt to infuse Rs 1,140 cr capital into Allahabad, Corp Bk

The two lenders are among 13 public sector banks, including SBI, Punjab National Bank, Bank of Baroda, Canara Bank and IDBI, which will receive a total Rs 20,088 crore capital infusion by the government.
 Money Control1 week ago CNX PSU Bank index surges 5% on government capital infusion plan  Business Standard India1 month ago India fairly insulated from China turbulence; rupee likely to hold its own: NS Venkatesh, IDBI Bank  Economic Times1 month ago Finance Ministry assessing capital requirement of PSU banks  DNA2 months ago
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IDBI to firm up three-year business plan to raise capital

k P Kharat, the new CMD, said the NPAs will not be sold to Asset Reconstruction companies BS Reporter | Mumbai August 25, 2015 Last Updated at 16:56 IST Large public sector lender IDBI Bank will firm up road map for next three years ending March 2019 and then ...
 Business Standard6 days ago
Financial Express

Central Bank of India to raise Rs 3000 cr capital this fiscal

Central bank has already appointed three merchant bankers SBI Capital Markets, IDBI Capital and ICICI Securitiesfor the QIP. (PTI) State-run Central Bank of India requires Rs 3,000 crore capital this year and plans to raise the same from the ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago Central Bank of India to raise Rs.3,000 crore capital this fiscal  Livemint.com3 weeks ago Central Bank of India Q1 net profit rises 5.7% to Rs 203 crore  Financial Express3 weeks ago
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State-run banks can sell $8 billion non-core assets to raise capital: Jefferies

IDBI Bank's non-core holdings worth nearly Rs. 6,000 crore represent 58% of the bank's market cap. Photo: Pradeep Gaur/Mint Mumbai: State-owned banks in India have non-core assets worth $8 billion that can be liquidated for capital needs, ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago Indian Banks: Unlocking Non-core Assets a US$8bn Option!  India Infoline1 month ago
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Govt to infuse Rs947 crore in Canara Bank

New Delhi: Canara Bank on Monday said the government will infuse an equity capital of Rs. 947 crore in the bank. It said the board of the bank at a meeting held on Monday approved the proposal of issuing equity shares on preferential basis to the ...
 Livemint.com3 hours ago Government to infuse Rs 947 crore in Canara Bank  Business Today India12 hours ago Govt to infuse Rs 5,393 crore in SBI; IOB, UBI to also get funds  Financial Express5 days ago Banks asked to account for capital infusion  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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Financial Express

Banks seek shareholders' nod for Rs 5,934-crore capital infusion

NEW DELHI: Four public sector banks, including PNB and BoB, today sought shareholders' approval for capital infusion of Rs 5,934 crore by issuing preferential shares to the government. Punjab National Bank (PNB), in a regulatory filing, said it will hold an ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Banks seek shareholders' nod for capital infusion  The Statesman1 week ago Banks seek shareholders nod for Rs 5,934 crore capital infusion  Financial Express1 week ago Sensex, Nifty fall drastically at close; banks, auto lose heavily  Rediff.com2 months ago
Business Today India

Despite rising NPAs, PNB,IDBI not to sell bad loans to ARCs

Even as they sit on mountains of bad loans, two large public sector lenders-PNB and IDBI Bank -on Tuesday said they are not planning to sell any stressed loans to asset reconstruction companies (ARCs), citing pricing issues and also they expect to ...
 Business Today India6 days ago PNB, IDBI not to sell bad loans to ARCs  Livemint.com6 days ago FinMin shoots down bad loans bank plan  The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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Indradhanush: Now, capital won't come easy for ailing govt banks

MUMBAI | KOLKATA: At first glance, the government's Indradhanush (rainbow) plan to revamp the state-run banking system appears to be old wine in new bottle, given that key measures such as capital investment, appointing private sector bankers as chief ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Govt plans Rs70,000-cr capital infusion in state-run banks in four years  Domain-B1 month ago Govt to infuse Rs70,000 crore in state-run banks over 4 years  Livemint.com1 month ago
Financial Express

PSU banks gain after finance ministry unveils a four-year plan for capitalization

Shares of eleven public sector banks rose by 2.18% to 6.3% at 10:55 IST on BSE after the finance ministry on Friday, 31 July 2015, unveiled a long-term four-year plan for capitalization of PSU banks. The finance ministry made announcement ...
 Capital Market4 weeks ago PSBs cheer Rs 25K-cr capital boost  Financial Express1 month ago PSU banks are fast approaching perform or perish zone  Smart Investor1 month ago Finance Ministry starts meeting PSU banks on fund infusion  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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