Wednesday, 14 June 2017

RBI to direct banks to start bankruptcy proceedings against 12 defaulters

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said on Tuesday it has identified 12 of the largest loan defaulters and will order lenders to start bankruptcy proceedings against them to start unclogging the $150 billion in bad debt plaguing Asia's third-largest economy. The move comes about a month after the government gave the RBI greater power to deal with bad loans, including directing banks to initiate an insolvency resolution process in the case of a default under the bankruptcy code. The RBI said the 12 accounts constituted about 25 percent of the overall gross non-performing assets, adding it will direct lenders to begin insolvency proceedings around these accounts. Free Trials for two days in Financial Market click here to subscribe us >> http://www.ripplesadvisory.com/nifty-future-.php

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