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Nov 29, 2016
Islamic Banking: Is the govt warming up to vast investment opportunity in Shara’i bonds?Under the present Regulations of the RBI Act interest has to be paid on bank deposits, but to permit interest-free banking the Central Bank has to amend the regulations
Aug 05, 2013
RBI says new banking licenses will take more timeThe Central bank has received 26 applications including those from Tata Capital, Reliance Capital, the Birlas, L&F Finance, Bajaj group and India Post.
Jan 07, 2013
RBI may allow partial SLR conversion to meet Basel-III normsThe Basel III framework, which was adopted in the wake of the 2008 global financial crisis to safeguard banks in case of stress, seeks a higher liquidity coverage ratio that requires banks to hold marketable high quality liquid assets.
Oct 01, 2012
India can recover faster than China if it gets its act together: RBIDeputy Guv Anand Sinha said by getting hold of inflation growth will have better prospect.
Sep 21, 2012
Banks have enough capital to sustain pressure from NPA: RBIReserve Bank Deputy Governor Anand Sinha today said banks' asset quality has deteriorated in recent times due to the gloomy economic conditions but noted that there is enough capital with the lenders to take care of the situation
Sep 06, 2012
Manage your credit well to curb NPAs: RBI to banksThe RBI deputy governor said there are more downside risks on the macroeconomic front as the growth has slowed down partly because of the world situation.
Apr 30, 2012
RBI may set up fixed rate loan committeeThe Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is planning to set up a committee to look into the issue of facilitating the development of fixed rate loan products in the banking system, RBI Deputy Governor, Anand Sinha said.
Apr 23, 2012
Basel-III could pressurise banks' earning: SinhaBasel-III norms, proposed to be implemented from the beginning of 2013 till 2017, require the equity capital of a bank to be not less than 5.5 percent of risk-weighted loans.