Financial Services Secretary Rajiv Kumar

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Govt in talks with state banks for capital infusion

The government will infuse Rs 65,000 crore in the banks during the current fiscal as was announced earlier

Banks to come out of PCA framework by this fiscal: Financial Services Secretary Rajiv Kumar

Banks to come out of PCA framework by this fiscal: Financial Services Secretary Rajiv Kumar

New Delhi: Asserting that the worst is behind for state-owned lenders, Financial Services Secretary Rajiv Kumar today expressed hope that...Read More

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34 vie for MD post in PSBs

New Delhi : After completing the selection of executive directors, the Banks Board Bureau (BBB) will next week begin the process for iden...Read More

Three state banks get new chairpersons

Three state banks get new chairpersons

New Delhi : The finance ministry on Thursday appointed non-executive chairpersons at Punjab and

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Bhanu Sharma to replace Vinod Rai as BBB chairman

New Delhi : The government on Thursday appointed former DoPT Secretary Bhanu Pratap Sharma as the chairman of the Banks Board Bureau (BBB).

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Banks told to ‘name and shame’ wilful defaulters

New Delhi : Tightening the noose around wilful defaulters, the government has asked banks to ‘name and shame’ such borrowers by publishin...Read More

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Govt: Passport details must for loans of Rs 50 crore and above

New Delhi : Passport details of borrowers taking loans of Rs 50 crore and more have been mandatory to ensure a swift action in case of fr...Read More

PSBs told to chalk out  plans to tackle risks

PSBs told to chalk out  plans to tackle risks

State-run lenders get 15-day deadline to prepare blueprint.

Revised RBI norms to fix NPA mess at one go

Revised RBI norms to fix NPA mess at one go

Framework has specified rules for “early identification” of stressed assets..

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Jaitley-led panel to oversee PSB merger

While announcing the Rs 2.11L cr capital infusion roadmap for PSBs last week, Jaitley had said, this would be accompanied by series of ba...Read More

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