Yes Bank transfers Puri Jagannath Temple's Rs 389-cr fixed deposit account to SBI
Yes Bank on Thursday said it has transferred a Rs 389-crore fixed deposit account of Shree Jagannath Temple Administration, Puri, to State Bank of India
New Delhi: Yes Bank on Thursday said it has transferred a Rs 389-crore fixed deposit account of Shree Jagannath Temple Administration, Puri, to State Bank of India.
The fixed deposit (FD) account of the temple has accrued a total interest of Rs 8.23 crore.
"As per the term of condition of FD placed with us, Yes Bank Ltd has fully paid all the quarterly interest on time up to 31 December, 2019. The remaining interest that has accrued till 19 March, 2020, has been remitted along with the principal amount of Rs 389 crore to SBI account of Jagannath Temple Corpus Fund," Yes Bank on Thursday said in a letter, accessed by PTI.
In the letter addressed to Chief Administrator Krishan Kumar of the famous temple shrine in eastern India, Yes Bank said it has two more FDs of Rs 156 crore which will be transferred by the end of this month.
These FDs of Rs 156 crore are also under no-premat option which does not allow the bank to pay prematurely, the letter said.
"As the extended guidelines of the regulator, we shall remit the principal amount of Rs 156 crore and interest up to date on the date of maturity that is 30 March, 2020, to the designated account of Jagannath Temple Corpus Fund...to SBI Main Branch Puri," Yes Bank said in the letter undersigned by its Senior Vice-President Jaydev Das.
Yes Bank resumed its full banking services from Wednesday evening and customers started visiting the branches from the morning of Thursday.
Discussions for financing with a five-year payback plan are in progress and might be completed within the next two weeks.
General/EWS/OBC candidates will be required to pay a non-refundable application fee and intimation charges of Rs 750. No such fee will be charged from SC/ ST and PwD candidates
While different banks have different penalty rates, the fee typically ranges between 0.5 and 1 percent of the interest