Capital Adequacy

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PFC allays investor concerns over govt stake buyout in REC, says acquisition deal size yet to be finalised
Business

PFC allays investor concerns over govt stake buyout in REC, says acquisition deal size yet to be finalised

On 20 December, the PFC's board gave in-principle approval to the acquisition of the REC, it said.

RBI board meeting concludes on positive note: Mature solution is good news for financial markets
Business

RBI board meeting concludes on positive note: Mature solution is good news for financial markets

The RBI board meeting which went on for a dramatic nine-hour session has reached a mature solution which is acceptable to all concerned parties

CAG raises doubts over public sector banks' ability to raise funds from market
Business

CAG raises doubts over public sector banks' ability to raise funds from market

Govt has infused capital of Rs 1,18,724 crore from 2008-09 to 2016-17 in the PSBs for meeting their capital adequacy requirements

RBI cuts provisions, risk weights to make home loans cheaper; boost for real estate
Business

RBI cuts provisions, risk weights to make home loans cheaper; boost for real estate

The amount of money to be set aside for every loan made, has been lowered to 0.25 percent from the earlier 0.40 percent, which will help reduce the interest rates on home loans

3 Modi mantras for PSU banks: less capital, more autonomy, productive staff
Business

3 Modi mantras for PSU banks: less capital, more autonomy, productive staff

The PM the finance minister need to focus on making public sector banks guzzle less capital. This can only happen with autonomous management and more efficient staff.

RBI floats draft norms on capital needs for counterparty risk
Business

RBI floats draft norms on capital needs for counterparty risk

In order to enhance risk management system of banks, RBI has proposed tweaking norms for capital adequacy with regard to their exposure in derivative instruments.

RBI may treat part of SLR as liquidity under Basel III
Economy

RBI may treat part of SLR as liquidity under Basel III

The central bank is looking at a move under which a part of banks' statutory liquidity ratio (SLR) holdings can be treated in a way that it complies with liquidity norms under the Basel III capital requirements.