RBI eases bad loan rules for small borrowers after cash crunch | Reuters

MUMBAI The Reserve Bank of India on Monday relaxed rules for classifying bad loans for small borrowers saying they may need more time to repay their loan dues after the government withdrew higher-value banknotes.Banks and other financiers will get an additional 60 days for recognising certain loans of up to 10 million rupees ($146,800) as substandard, the RBI said in a notification.The relaxation will apply to dues payable between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, it said.

Reuters November 21, 2016 21:49:26 IST
RBI eases bad loan rules for small borrowers after cash crunch
| Reuters

RBI eases bad loan rules for small borrowers after cash crunch
 Reuters

MUMBAI The Reserve Bank of India on Monday relaxed rules for classifying bad loans for small borrowers saying they may need more time to repay their loan dues after the government withdrew higher-value banknotes.Banks and other financiers will get an additional 60 days for recognising certain loans of up to 10 million rupees ($146,800) as substandard, the RBI said in a notification.The relaxation will apply to dues payable between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31, it said. bit.ly/2fTpQ67

($1 = 68.1200 Indian rupees)

(Reporting by Suvashree Dey Choudhury and Devidutta Tripathy; Editing by Sherry Jacob-Phillips)

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