The promulgation of the Ordinance yesterday for resolution of Non Performing Assets (NPAs) is another measure to tackle the crisis gripping the banking sector. Yet, the ordinance could be another dead ball and nothing that one can hope would work wonders due to lack of market participants. A look at the implication of the ordinance… An Ordinance is … Continue reading Ordinance on NPAs – The Fight Continues…
NPAs of the banking sector, especially the public sector continue to remain high, estimated at about 12% for PSBs. While various measures have been taken to resolve the issue, none seems to have worked so far. This has led to the proposal of creating a public sector asset rehabilitation agency (PARA) by the Economic Survey, … Continue reading Resolving NPAs – Understanding Asset Rehabilitation Agency..
Dr Raghuram Rajan, who demitted office on Saturday leaves behind a rich legacy apart from the huge popularity he enjoyed. Even though he may be remembered as an inflation fighter – something for which he also received maximum flak – his contribution lies equally in financial sector reforms that he pushed through in most of the areas. … Continue reading The Legacy of Raghuram Rajan..
Recent announcement by SBI and ICICI bank to form Asset Reconstruction Company (ARC) in collaboration with global players is an important step ahead for Indian Financial market. The ARC business, which has been existing in the country for almost 15 years now hasn’t got the momentum it needs. The entry of these players should help ARCs get onto their … Continue reading Asset Reconstruction Company – From Slag to Cement..!
RBI has come out with yet another set of guidelines to fight stressed Assets, the third in last about two and half years. While the guidelines reflect RBI’s intense deliberation and hard work – based on the experience of SDR, it is to seen whether it really brings some relief to parties concerned or ends up … Continue reading Restructuring SDR…!