Yes Bank files complaint with Mumbai Police, cyber cell against fake news, rumours on its financial health on social media
Yes Bank has also requested the authorities to form a multi-disciplinary team of experts for detecting the origin of the fake news
Current withdrawal limit of Rs 10,000 from PMC Bank not permanent, may relax cap after improvement in situation: RBI
The RBI had Tuesday imposed a slew of restrictions on PMC Bank after finding many irregularities in its books, including massive under-reporting of NPAs.
Economy will tide over short-term challenges, important to stay optimistic, says HDFC chairman Deepak Parekh
In a letter to the shareholders, Parekh said he is confident the new govt will prioritise re-instilling a culture of trust across the banking sector
Parliamentary panel for stringent punishment to deal with unregulated deposit schemes to protect gullible investors
The bill was introduced in the Lok Sabha on 18 July this year and was referred to the committee on 10 August for scrutiny.
Deregistered companies decline to claim Rs 37,500 cr: Revelation is first tangible outcome of demonetisation
The Narendra Modi government functionaries and its sympathisers have been taking enormous pains from the date of demonetisation of high-value notes of Rs 500 and Rs 100 to underscore the point that the fruits of demonetisation would be available in the medium to long-term
Bhilwara Mahila Urban Co-operative Bank' s licence has been cut from 31 August 2018
Narendra Modi says with FRDI Bill, government was trying to strengthen banking system by policy initiatives on a daily basis
Yashwant Sinha should leave the depositors of demonetised notes alone; Modi govt is after the crooks
Modi government must be lauded for applying the squeeze on the crooks, for smoking them out
Silencing demonetisation critics: It's time Modi govt should boldly publish names of money launderers
The Modi government must therefore silence the critics by nailing dubious deposits made during the demonetisation period
SBI's Rs 5,000 minimum balance rule may face govt resistance, but then why spare private, foreign banks ?
The idea of making these arguments is not to justify SBI rules but to make the point that SBI has every right to operate in a level playing field like its rivals, which is critical for its healthy survival
The government seems to say it would use different inks (colors) but the moot question is why harass depositors and withdrawers at all
For the time being, it appears that capital-constrained banks would have to remain as passive players in the game. But, the good news is that with companies increasingly moving to the bond market from banks, small borrowers—institutions and individuals—would get greater attention in the bank-loan market.