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Mar 27, 2020
RBI extends deadline for meeting last tranche of capital conservation buffer by six monthsIn view of hardship faced by the outbreak of COVID-19, the Reserve Bank of India on Friday extended the deadline for meeting the last tranche of capital conservation buffer (CCB) by another six months
Mar 11, 2019
Moody's upgrades ratings of Central Bank, IOB to Ba2; both banks likely to achieve common equity tier 1 of over 8%Array
Jan 30, 2019
Public sector banks would need additional Rs 50,000 cr recapitalisation in 2019-20, says reportAs of December 2018, a total amount of Rs 51,513 crore has been infused into public sector banks
Jan 11, 2019
RBI defers capital buffer norms by a year; leaves Rs 37,000 cr in hands of banksThe Reserve Bank on Thursday deferred the implementation of the last tranche of Capital Conservation Buffer (CCB) by a year, a move that would leave about estimated Rs 37,000 crore capital in the hands of banks
Dec 13, 2018
Govt mulls additional Rs 30,000 cr capital infusion in PSBs; several banks' NPA rises during two quartersDespite this relaxation, PSBs need more funds to meet global capital norms called Basel III as the RBI has retained the CRAR at 9 percent.
Nov 26, 2018
Narendra Modi govt’s bid to water down RBI’s PCA norms may give it political dividend, but is disastrous for economyThe NPA levels will spike further as there is no change in the ground-level economic situation.
Nov 21, 2018
Kotak Mahindra Bank chief Uday Kotak welcomes RBI board decisions, says outcomes to be positive for economyArray
Nov 21, 2018
RBI board's move to defer capital conservation buffer under Basel III norms could help PSBs get Rs 35,000 cr breather: CRISILThe RBI Boards decision to extend the timeline for implementation of the last tranche of capital conservation buffer (CCB) under Basel III capital regulations could reduce the burden of public sector banks by Rs 35,000 crore this fiscal, a rating agency CRISIL said.