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Hemindra Hazari 20 March 2017 After the BJP’s decisive victory in the Uttar Pradesh (UP) state elections, alarm bells have started tolling in the capital market. The primary cause for concern is the BJP’s promise to the UP electorate to waive off all farm loans...
By Hemindra Hazari On January 11, 2019, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI)  issued a press release informing the public that “by an order dated January 4, 2019 imposed a monetary penalty of Rs 30 million on Citibank N.A. India (the bank) for deficiencies in compliance...
By Hemindra Hazari Even in a season of corporate misgovernance, scams and lack of any CEO-level and board-level accountability, a new leviathan of misgovernance threatens to dwarf the rest. Emerging from the murky depths – where it seems...
The bank’s promoter-cum-CEO and its board of directors have not understood the letter and spirit of an important banking rule, but have instead sought to take it as a starting point for negotiation. Uday Kotak. Credit: Reuters
February 23, 2018 by rupeindia — Hemindra Hazari writes: The Punjab National Bank (PNB) Nirav Modi scam has led to a clamour from certain quarters for the privatization of India’s Government banks. It was only to be expected that Assocham , the corporate sector...
Hemindra Hazari The media has gone overboard on the government of India’s decision not to give Raghuram Rajan, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor, a second term, and focused on how the government is unable to retain an internationally acclaimed economist. However, now...
Hemindra Hazari Axis Bank is one of the favoured stars among the new private sector banks in India, with an enviable reputation. The Banker gave it the Bank of the Year award in 2014; Brand Equity termed it the “Most Trusted Private Sector Bank” two years in a...
India’s private sector banks were held up for years as the standard of efficency and corporate governance to which public sector banks should aspire. But now it emerges that private bank after private bank has in fact been harbouring bad debts, fudged accounts, corrupt deals, gross mismanagement, overly paid...
There is a paucity of demand of India – which requires an expansionary fiscal policy to revive employment, growth and investment. Money. Credit: PTI Hemindra HazariBANKINGBUSINESSECONOMY01/FEB/2018 There was...
Hemindra Hazari 17 February 2017 Historically, India’s net oil subsidy was nothing but a myth after factoring in taxes on petroleum products. But in the last two years, as oil prices declined internationally, the government went further and shifted to an oppressive regime of...