The passage of Ordinance related to NPAs has renewed the sense of urgency to clear up the mess with Gross NPA of the banking sector crossing Rs 6 lakh crore mark. More worryingly, there is no sign yet of a trend reversal. An analysis to understand where this NPA is coming from..Continue Reading
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 for lack of market participants. A look at the implication of the ordinance...Continue Reading
HCC (Hindustan Construction Company) got reprieve from the lenders last week with the invocation of S4A (Scheme for Sustainable Structuring of Stressed Assets) scheme, released by RBI to tide over the bad debt crisis. The invocation of the scheme reflects lenders confidence in the strength of the company. A ninety-year old company should ideally fall in the category of ‘too old to fail’, but somehow, it almost lost the plot in the last 6-7 years going through painful phases of CDR, debt restructuring and now S4A.
State Bank of India (SBI) has set the ball rolling for consolidation in banking sector with stating its intentions to merge the associate banks with itself, a long awaited move. A brief look at the rationale and the challenges...Continue Reading