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Balance Sheet of Banks - Disclosure of Information

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Balance Sheet of Banks - Disclosure of Information

RBI/2013-14/531
UBD CO BPD (PCB) Cir. No.52/12.05.001/2013-14

March 25, 2014

Chief Executive Officer of
All Primary (Urban) Co-operative Banks

Madam / Dear Sir,

Balance Sheet of Banks - Disclosure of Information

Please refer to our Circular UBD.CO.BPD. (PCB) No. 20/16.45.00/2002-03 dated October 30, 2002 on the captioned subject.

2. In terms of the above circular, urban co-operative banks (UCBs) having deposits of Rs.100 crore, were advised to disclose certain information as 'Notes on Accounts' to their Balance Sheet prepared in terms of Section 29 of the Banking Regulation Act,1949 (As Applicable to Co-operative Societies) effective from the year ending March 31, 2003. Subsequently, certain additional disclosures were also prescribed by circulars listed in the appendix.

3. It has now been decided to extend these disclosure requirements to all UCBs including tier I UCBs. Accordingly, all UCBs should disclose the information as detailed in Annex I as ‘Notes on Accounts’ to their Balance-Sheet effective from the year ending March 31, 2014.

Yours faithfully,

(A.K.Bera)
Principal Chief General Manager

Encl: Annex

Annex

Details regarding disclosure norms prescribed for UCBs

i) Capital to Risk Weight Asset Ratio. (CRAR)

ii) Movement of CRAR   i.e., CRAR as on Balance Sheet date for the current year vis-a vis previous year

iii) Investments:

a) Book value and Face value of investments

b) Market value of investments

c Details of Issuer composition of non- SLR investments and non performing non- SLR Investments. (UBD.CO.BPD.(PCB) Cir. No.45/16.20.00/2003-04 dated April 15, 2004, and UBD.(PCB).BPD.Cir.No.14/16.20.00/2007-08) dated September 18, 2007)

  • Issuer Composition of Non SLR Investments

(` in Crore)                      

No.

Issuer

Amount

Extent of ‘below investment grade Securities’

Extent of ‘unrated Securities’

Extent of ‘ unlisted
Securities’

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

1

PSUs

2

FIs

3

Public Sector Banks

4

Mutual Funds

5

Others

6

Provision Held towards Depreciation

 
  • Non-performing Non SLR Investment

Particulars

Amount
(` in Crore)

Opening Balance

Additions during the year since 1st April

Reduction during the above period

Closing Balance

Total Provisions held

 

iv) Advances against real estate, construction business, housing

v) Advances against shares & debentures

vi) Advances to directors,

ix) Movement in NPAs i.e., Gross and net NPAs as on Balance Sheet date their relatives, companies / firms in which they are interested :

    a)    Fund-based.
    b)    Non-fund based (Guarantees, L/C, etc.)

vii) Cost of Deposits: Average cost of deposits

viii) NPAs:

    a)    Gross NPAs
    b)    Net NPAs

for the current year vis-a-vis previous year. Net NPAs should be arrived at after deducting provisions held, interest suspense account etc.

x) Profitability:

    a)    Interest income as a percentage of working funds
    b)    Non-interest income as a percentage of working funds
    c)    Operating profit as a percentage of working funds
    d)    Return on Assets
    e)    Business (Deposits + Advances) per employee
    f)     Profit per employee

xi) Provisions made towards NPAs, depreciation in investments, Standard Assets

xii) Movement in provisions: [i.e., Provisions as on Balance Sheet date for the current year (e.g.March 31, 2014 vis-a-vis previous year (e.g. March 31, 2013).]

    a)    Towards NPAs
    b)    Towards depreciation on investments
    c)    Towards standard assets

xiii)   Foreign currency assets & liabilities: (if applicable)

xiv)  Payment of DICGC Insurance Premium:

UCBs are required to disclose whether insurance premium has been paid up to date to DICGC, indicating arrears, if any. (UBD.No.BP .38/16.45.00/2002-03 dated March 06, 2003)

xv) Penalty imposed by RBI: (UBD.PCB.Cir.No.40/16.45.00/2004-05 dated March 01, 2005)

UCBs are also required to disclose the penalty imposed by RBI in the 'Notes on Accounts' to their Balance Sheet

xvi Restructured Accounts

UCBs are required to disclose in their published annual Balance Sheets, under "Notes on Accounts", information relating to number and amount of advances restructured, and the amount of diminution in the fair value of the restructured advances as per the format given below

(` In lakh)

Particulars of Account Restructured

Housing Loan

SME Debt Restructuring

Others

Standard Advances Restructured

Number of Borrowers

Amount Outstanding

Sacrifice (diminution in the fair value)

Sub Standard Advances Restructured

Number of Borrowers

Amount Outstanding

Sacrifice (diminution in the fair value)

Doubtful Advances Restructured

Number of Borrowers

Amount Outstanding

Sacrifice (diminution in the fair value)

Total

Number of Borrowers

Amount Outstanding

Sacrifice (diminution in the fair value)

 

UCBs are also required to disclose in their published Annual Balance Sheets the amount and number of accounts in respect of which applications for restructuring are under process, but the restructuring packages have not yet been approved. (UBD.PCB.BPD.No.53 /13.05.000/ 2008-09 dated March 06, 2009 and UBD.PCB.BPD.60/13.05.000/2008-09 dated April 20, 2009)

xvii) Fixed Assets- Valuation/ Revaluation

UCBs are required to have in place comprehensive policy for revaluation of fixed assets owned by them. UCBs are required to disclose regarding the details of revaluation such as the original cost of the fixed assets subject to revaluation and accounting treatment for appreciation / depreciation etc. Banks are advised to make proper disclosure regarding changing the frequency of revaluation / method of depreciation for a particular class of asset. (UBD.PCB.MC.No.26/13.05.000/2006-07 dated January 09, 2007)


Appendix

List of Circulars Issued on Disclosure norms

No

Circular No.

Date

Subject

1

UBD.CO.BPD.(PCB) Cir. No.20 /16.45.00/2002-03

30.10.2002

Balance- Sheet of Banks- Disclosure of Information

2

UBD.No.BP .38/16.45.00/2002-03

06.03.2003

Balance- Sheet of Banks- Disclosure of Information- Insurance Premia

3

UBD.CO.BPD.(PCB) Cir. No.45/16.20.00/2003-04

15.04.2004

Investment in Non SLR debt securities by Primary Co-operative Banks (UCBs)

4

UBD.CO.BPD.(PCB) Cir. No.5/16.20.00/2004-05

22.07.2007

List of All India Financial Institutions

5

UBD.(PCB).BPD.Cir.No.14/16.20.000/2007-08

18.09.2007

Investments in Non-SLR Securities by Primary (Urban) Cooperative Banks

6

UBD.PCB. Cir. No.40/16.45.000/2004-05

01.03.2005

Enhancement of Transparency on Bank’s Affairs through Disclosure- UCBs

7

UBD.PCB. Cir. No.26/13.05.000/2006-07

09.01.2007

Valuation of Properties – Empanelment of Valuers

8

UBD.PCB. BPD.Cir. No.53/ 13.05.000/2008-09

06.03.2009

Prudential Guidelines for Restructuring of Advances by UCBs.

9

UBD.PCB. BPD.Cir. No.60/13.05.000/2008-09

20.04.2009

Prudential Guidelines on Restructuring of Advances by UCBs.

 

______________________

Balance Sheet of Banks- Disclosure of Information

Ref. No. UBD. CO. BP. PCB. 20 /16. 45. 00/ 2002-03

Date: October 30, 2002.

To All primary (urban) co-operative banks

Dear Sir,

Balance Sheet of Banks- Disclosure of Information

In terms of Section 29 of the Banking Regulation Act,1949 (As Applicable to Co-operative Societies), every co-operative bank is required to prepare a Balance Sheet and Profit and Loss account in respect of all business transacted by it as on the last working day of 31st March every year. It has been decided to introduce certain disclosure standards for primary (urban) co-operative banks (UCBs) having deposits of Rs.100 crore or more. Accordingly, UCBs having deposits of Rs.100 crore, should disclose the following information as 'Notes on Accounts' to their Balance Sheet, effective from the year ending 31 March, 2003

i) Capital to Risk Asset Ratio (to be calculated as per guidelines given in UBD. Circular No. POT.PCB. No. 45/09.116.00/2000-01dated April 25, 2001)

ii) Movement of CRAR [i.e., CRAR as on Balance Sheet date for the current year (e.g., as on 31 March, 2003) vis-a vis previous year (e.g., as on 31 March, 2002)]

iii) Investments:

a) Book value and Face value of investments

b) Market value of investments

iv) Advances against real estate, construction business, housing

v) Advances against shares & debentures

vi) Advances to directors, their relatives, companies / firms in which they are interested :

a) Fund-based

b) Non-fund based (Guarantees, L/C, etc.)

vii) Cost of Deposits: Average cost of deposits

viii) NPAs:

a) Gross NPAs

b) Net NPAs

ix) Movement in NPAs [i.e., Gross and net NPAs as on Balance Sheet date for the current year (e.g., as on31 March, 2003) vis -a- vis previous year

(e.g., as on 31 March, 2002)]. Net NPAs should be arrived at after deducting provisions held, interest suspense account etc.

x) Profitability:

a) Interest income as a percentage of working funds

b) Non-interest income as a percentage of working funds

c) Operating profit as a percentage of working funds

d) Return on Assets

e) Business (Deposits + Advances) per employee

f) Profit per employee

xi) Provisions made towards NPAs, depreciation in investments

xii) Movement in provisions: (i.e., Provisions as on Balance Sheet date for the current year vis -a- vis previous year, e.g., as on 31 March, 2003 and

as on 31 March, 2002)

a) Towards NPAs

b) Towards depreciation on investments

c) Towards standard assets

xiii) Foreign currency assets & liabilities: (if applicable)

2. Please acknowledge receipt to our respective Regional Offices.

Yours faithfully,

(K.V. Rajan)
Chief General Manager.

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