Bankers’ protest on 21st March at Jantar Mantar

United Forum of Bank Employees Unions (UFBU) has planned a massive Dharna at Jantar Mantar in Delhi on 21st March 2018. The protest is in demand for action against those involved and responsible for the Punjab National Bank (PNB) Scam of 12000+ crore rupees and...

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Canara, PNB, UBI, PSB and Andhra Bank may face PCA

5 Public sector banks are on the verge of being put under Prompt Corrective Action plan by Reserve Bank of India. According a news report in business standard, these banks include Canara Bank, Punjab National Bank, Union Bank of India, Punjab and Sidh Bank and Andhra...

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Changes in Priority Sector Guidelines

RBI, vide notification dated March 01, 2018 amended the priority sector guidelines. Following are the changes made in priority sector lending: 1.  Earlier it was stipulated that the sub-targets for lending to small and marginal farmers and micro enterprises shall be...

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Have you read the Story of Nirav Choksi by Ravi Subramanian

Nirav Modi and Mehul Choksi are the name, which are in the headlines of every newspaper and news channels. And the reason is already known, the 11000+ crores fraud at PNB. A book by Ravi Subramanian has suddenly came into limelight these days. The book is "In the Name...

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Resolution of Stressed Assets – New RBI Guidelines

RBI, vide notification dated 12.02.2018 issued revised framework for resolution of Stressed Assets. In this notification, RBI has withdrawn the existing schemes such as CDR, SDR, S4A, JLF etc. For exposure of Rs.2000 crores and above, Banks need to resolve the default...

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