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Opening a bank is easier than a restaurant: Pratip Chaudhuri

The Reserve Bank of India has sought views on its draft guidelines for 'on tap' licensing of universal banks in the private sector. The former State Bank of India Chairman Pratip Chaudhuri also said it is easier to start a bank but difficult to run it. Money Control, 1 month ago

How Raghuram Rajan failed Indias middle class

On 20 September, 2013, the commercial markets were beaming with expectations. Raghuram Rajan was going to declare his first monetary policy as RBI chief. He had been appointed as the Governor of the central bank barely two weeks ago. The banks, bazaars, as ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago

Five associate banks to merge with SBI

State Bank of India (SBI), the country's largest lender, has kick-started the process of merging its five associate banks with itself at one go. The merger is expected to be completed by the end of the current financial year. The SBI board, which ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Bank NPA woes: Why there aren't many takers for Vinod Rai's optimism

Vinod Rai is an optimistic man, including on the Non-performing Asset (NPA) problem that has almost engulfed majority of India's public sector banks (PSBs). After a day-long meeting with state-run banks heads on Friday in Delhi, the Banks Board ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago

Soon, large companies may have to pay more for borrowing

RBI proposes that banks make additional provisions, put aside extra capital when companies borrow more than a certain amount Large companies like Tata Motors Ltd, Essar Steel India Ltd, Reliance Communications Ltd and even a highly rated entity like ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

RBI releases proposal on lending limits to large borrowers

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Thursday released a discussion paper on the framework for enhancing credit supply tolarge borrowers, which will help mitigate risks for banks lending to a single corporate. The guidelines will ideally reduce ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 month ago Sitharam Gurumurthi: Should the CRR be abolished?  Smart Investor2 months ago

Bankruptcy Bill breaks Modi's reform jinx but GST failure spoils party

After two successive washed-out Parliament sessions (Monsoon and Winter), the passage of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 in the budget session becomes the saving grace for the Narendra Modi-government to avert a wash-out hat trick, even as the ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago
Business Standard India

Boost to Mallya: From 'King of Good Times' to troubled times

Related to : Kingfisher Airlines Ltd Kingfisher Airlines Ltd BSE 22 Jun 15 | 12:00 AM 1.36 0 (0%) NSE 22 Jun 15 | 12:00 AM 1.30 0 (0%) The Indian government may not be able to get liquor baron Vijay Mallya back into the country ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago

Cash reserve ratio: A few important points to ponder

The RBI's reluctance to cut rates should be seen as a case of inability in the face of inflation, while the refusal of banks to cut rates is a case of unwillingness to reconcile to a lower profit margin, notes Sitharam Gurumurthi Banks in India are required to hold a certain proportion of their deposits with the Reserve Bank of India. This minimum ratio stipulated by the RBI is known as cash reserve ratio. The RBI is empowered to prescribe CRR for scheduled banks without any floor rate or ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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