Bad loans Current Affairs - 2020

Kamath Panel constituted by RBI to restructure loans

The Reserve Bank of India has constituted a panel under former ICICI bank CEO K V Kamath. The panel will make recommendations on financial parameters that are to be considered to structure loans that are impacted by COVID-19. About the committee The Committee will recommend financial parameters that are required to be factored in the Read More…

Cabinet approves amendment to bring Cooperative Banks under RBI Regulation

On February 5, 2020, the Union Cabinet approved to bring regulation of cooperative banks under Reserve Bank of India. In order to achieve this, the Cabinet approved amendments to Banking regulation act. Highlights According to the amendment, the cooperative banks will now hold the regulatory requirements that have been set for scheduled commercial banks. With Read More…

National Financial Reporting Authority submits first report since constitution

The National Financial Reporting Authority (NFRA) issued its first audit report of IL&FS Financial Services Limited for the year 2017-18. It is the first report submitted by the authority since its constitution in October 2018. The audit was conducted abiding Section 13(2) of the companies act, 2013 and NFRA rules, 2018. Highlights Prior to NHRA, Read More…

RBI raises concerns over bad loans from Mudra Yojana

The Reserve Bank of India on November 27, 2019 raised concerns over increasing bad loans from the Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana. RBI believes that there is an urgent need to monitor the loans sanctioned under Mudra Yojana. Concerns According to RBI, the percentage of MUDRA loans were at 2.52% in 2017-18, It has now raised Read More…

Key Facts: Why RBI has abruptly placed restrictions on PMC Bank?

The Reserve Bank of India has imposed caps on withdrawals made by customers of Punjab and Maharashtra Cooperative Banks for 6 months. The imposition was invoked by the central bank under Section 35 A of India’s Banking Regulation act, 1949. PMC is spread across 6 states and has a network of 137 branches. What are Read More…