Banks' bad loans pile crosses Rs 10 lakh cr, up Rs 1.39 lakh cr in March quarter; the NPA mess explained in 7 charts
seven charts throw more light on the bad loans crisis that has engulfed the nation's banking sector.
Axis Bank’s losses and CEO Shikha Sharma’s fall from grace: The buck always stops with those at the helm
Was Axis Bank boss Shikha Sharma a victim of circumstances over which she had little control? Or was she slack in controlling her employees?
ICICI-Videocon case: 10 questions that could decide Chanda Kochhar's future at India’s second-largest private bank
Did ICICI approach the 12 co-obligor firms listed by the Videocon group to recover dues? The 12 firms were presented as co-obligors for this very purpose.
The banking sector in India is getting 'privatised' on its own, even though the government continues to own 21 public sector banks.
The common man’s role in this saga is to pay taxes on time to help refuel banks, so that lenders don’t run out of funds to feed Mr Fraud.
There is no imbalance in the Indian banking system, just a distorted perspective; privatisation isn’t the only solution
Public sector banks narrowed the performance gap after 2000. Perhaps, popular perception hasn’t caught up as yet.
RBI governor Urjit Patel said, we at the Reserve Bank of India also feel the anger, hurt and pain at the banking sector frauds and irregularities
Privatisation may not be a panacea for the problems of state-run banks but it can lift them to a better operational environment and more importantly leave these banks fight in the market competition where only the fittest survives
Reserve Bank India (RBI) has said gross non-performing assets in the system shot up to 10.2 percent as of the September quarter, primarily led by private sector lenders, and has warned that the situation will only aggravate from there, "elevating" the systemic risks
Maharashtra loan waiver: Devendra Fadnavis admits goof up, says scheme on till 'every eligible farmer included'
Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis, addressing the the Maharashtra Assembly Thursday, admitted his government made mistakes implementing the farmers' loan waiver scheme but stated that those errors were later rectified. He added that the scheme would continue until 'every eligible farmer was included'.
Maharashtra loan waiver: How banks undid Fadnavis' pet plan, forcing him to delink Aadhaar from disbursal
Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis’ dream of delivering the country’s first, blemishless, Aadhaar-linked farm loan waiver scheme has turned into a nightmare.
Bank NPA trend in 7 charts: Bad loans at state-run banks may be peaking; select private peers see rise
21 public sector banks saw their bad loans remaining flat at Rs 7.33 lakh crore during July-September compared with the previous quarter
Maha farm loan waiver: Banks goof up beneficiary list big time, bring Devendra Fadnavis' plan to grinding halt
In the hurry to submit the farmers' details to the government majority banks have submitted incorrect data for the farmers' loan waiver scheme
94 percent of retail banking Indian customers visit the branch/store at least once in the past 12 months.
When a bank sinks, the concern is that deposit holders are affected and not the shareholders. The bank is never put in the dock when bad lending decisions are taken and NPAs increase
India Ratings, however, retained its negative outlook on mid-sized and smaller state-run banks due to limited access to capital and large non-performing assets
The Reserve Bank of India has allowed foreign banks higher shareholding in private sector lenders in the country under exceptional situations as it tweaked the guidelines, against the backdrop of norms on licensing of new banks.
On-tap banking licence will be the third leg of structural reforms in the banking sector
For every Rs 100 parked in shares of public sector banks, investors carry the burden of Rs 150 as bad loans, which have cumulatively ballooned to Rs 4 lakh crore or 1.5 times the market value of these lenders.