Capital Infusion Current Affairs - 2019

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Capital Infusion of Rs. 48,239 Crore into 12 State-Run Banks

The government has approved the capital infusion of Rs. 48,239 Crore into 12 State-Run Banks. The capital inclusion has been undertaken to ensure the lenders are able to maintain regulatory capital requirement and step up lending and boost overall growth. With this latest capital infusion, the government has now the government has now provided Rs 1,00,958 crore Read More…

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Government approves Capital Infusion to the Exim Bank

The Union Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has approved a capital infusion of Rs 6,000 crore in state-owned Export-Import Bank of India (Exim) to expand its business. How the capital infusion would be made? Key facts about the capital infusion proposal are: The government would issue recapitalisation bonds to the tune of Rs 6,000 Read More…

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Government to infuse Rs 11,336 crore capital in 5 public sector banks by September-end

Union Finance Ministry is planning to infuse additional capital close to Rs 11,336 crore in 5 more public sector banks (PSBs) by September 2018-end. These five state-owned banks are Punjab National Bank (PNB), Corporation Bank, Andhra Bank, Allahabad Bank and Indian Overseas Bank (IOB). Key Facts This round of capital infusion will be done through Read More…

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CCEA approves capital infusion in Export Credit Guarantee Corporation

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) has approved the capital infusion of Rs. 2000 crore for strengthening of Export Credit Guarantee Corporation (ECGC) to enhance insurance coverage to micro, small medium enterprises (MSMEs) exports. The amount will be infused in three financial years i.e. Rs.50 crore in 2017-18, Rs.1450 crore in 2018-19 and Rs.500 Read More…

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