The Reserve Bank of India released a bi-monthly monetary policy yesterday because of the ongoing pandemic COVID-19. Here are the key points that were announced by the RBI Governor : Central Bank will form an expert committee headed by former ICICI Bank CEO KV Kamath to suggest ways in which the restructuring will be implemented Personal loans have also been included March 1 has been set..
A large number of MSMEs are ancillary units catering to the needs of large industries, both in the public and private sector. They often face the problem of delayed payments, affecting their cash flow and working capital availability. Most of the time, delay in realisation of such receivables increases their operating cycle and reduces their ability to procure new orders or fulfil the existing ones. Although Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED) Act, 2006 contains provisions..
INTRODUCTION The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) keeping in the mind the intensification of COVID-19 disruptions has imparted priority to relaxing repayment pressures and improving access to working capital by mitigating the burden of debt servicing, prevent the transmission of financial stress to the real economy, and ensure the continuity of viable businesses and households announced an extension of the moratorium on term loa..
Today, the Reserve Bank released the 21st Issue of the Financial Stability Report (FSR), which reflects the collective assessment of the Sub-Committee of the Financial Stability and Development Council (FSDC) on risks to financial stability, and the resilience of the financial system in the context of contemporaneous issues relating to development and regulation of the financia..
Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, Union Minister for Finance & Corporate Affairs had announced and launched a Special Liquidity Scheme of Rs. 30,000 crore on 13th March, 2020 with a view to improving the liquidity position of NBFCs as well as HFCs. Key Highlights: • RBI will provide funds for the Scheme by subscribing to government guaranteed special securities issued by the Trust. • The total amount of such securities issued outstanding shall not exceed R..
RBI has released a discussion paper today i.e. 12th June 2020, on ‘Governance in Commercial Banks in India’ for public comments. • Objective: To align the current regulatory framework with global best practices while being mindful of the context of domestic financial system. • Last date to forward suggestions: <..
RBI/2019-20/251 DPSS.CO.PD.No.1897/02.14.003/2019-20 June 04, 2020 The Chairman / Managing Director / Chief Executive Officer All Scheduled Commercial Banks, including Regional Rural Banks / Urban Co-operative Banks / State Co-operative Banks / District Central Co-operative Banks / Payments Banks / Small Finance Banks / Local Area Banks / Non-Bank PPI issuers / Authorised Payment System Participants / Operators..
RBI has taken to further measures to ease the financial stress caused by COVID-19 disruptions by providing relief on debt servicing and improving access to working capital; and steps to ease financial constraints faced by state governments...
The moratorium on term loans has been further extended by three months by the RBI Governor in the wake of COVID-19...
The RBI governor held a press conference today that is on the 22nd of May 2020. The governor in the press conference announced that India's GDP is expected to remain in the negative territory for 2020-21. However, some pick up might be expected in the second half. Following major announcements were made by the RBI Governor: 1. The moratorium on loan repayments has been further extended by three months that is till August 2020. 2. The Repo rates have reduced by 40 bps from 4.4% to 4% 3. The reverse repo rate to be maintained at 3.35%</p..
An analysis of reliefs by RBI to banks and borrowers for COVID-19..
RBI Announces Rs. 50,000 crore Special Liquidity Facility for Mutual Funds vide press release 2019-2020/2276 dated 27th April, 2020. In view of the situation arising due to the COVID-19 pandemic and extended lockdown period...