The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has, for more than three weeks, been checking for stressed assets on banks’ books to ensure no “weak” account goes unnoticed in the current round of resolutions, bankers told FE.
Going by the recent order on Alok Industries from the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), it would appear State Bank of India (SBI) has no objection if the resolution plan is not put to vote again. When the plan was voted o
Write-offs by banks for loans disbursed to the priority sector—primarily agriculture, MSMEs and smaller homes—account for about a fourth of all write-offs. The remaining 75% or so relates to loans given to companies—wor
The appellate tribunal noted the chairman/managing director/director of RCom would undertake to pay Rs 550 crore to Ericsson within 120 days. The company has time till September 30 to repay Ericsson and in case of non-payment
SBI has reported a loss of Rs 7,718 crore, for the three months to March, the lender’s second consecutive quarterly loss in FY18. The losses resulted from a spurt in provisions, largely for loan losses, along with mark-to-m
Monnet Power, promoted by the Jajodia family, is up for sale. Monnet Power is an 88% subsidiary of Monnet Ispat, which has been bid for and won under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) process by the JSW Steel-Aion Inve
Led by Power Finance Corporation (PFC), lenders to KSK Mahanadi Power — a thermal power project of KSK Energy Ventures in Chhattisgarh with debt of Rs 18,551 crore — are seeking a buyer for the project, a document invitin
Banks have requested the RBI for some leniency in its February 12 circular on resolution of stressed assets and have sought — among other things — increasing the default period to 30 days from only a day right now.