Capital Market

Capital market articles published by Hemindra Hazari

SBI's massive restructuring of standard loans are finally coming home to roost with a vengeance. Hemindra HazariBANKING13/FEB/2018 SBI’s headquarters in Mumbai. Credit: Reuters
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...
A strange picture of India’s financial system is being drawn, where privatisation is being pushed even as critical analysis and reporting on private sector entities is slowly being discouraged. Hemindra HazariBANKING29/DEC/2017
Although Roopa Kudva quit the bank transparency body in July 2017, there has been no public intimation of this development. Hemindra HazariBANKINGECONOMY02/OCT/2017 (Left to right) Omidiyar Network india’s Roopa Kudva, Finance...
The display of such largesse should be a troubling signal for shareholders who worry about corporate governance. Hemindra HazariBANKINGGOVERNMENT25/JUL/2017 Rewarding senior management during a particularly bad year should be a troubling...
State Bank of India (SBI), India’s largest bank, became even larger with the merger of its five commercial banking subsidiaries on April 1, 2017. Leading up to the All Fool’s Day merger, in mid-February 2017, finance minister Arun Jaitley was confident...
Hemindra Hazari 23/MAY/2017 Recently, Axis Bank and Yes Bank jolted the Indian banking community while releasing their annual results. Both banks disclosed a staggeringly large divergence between the banks’ audited accounts and the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI)  findings regarding...
The systemic erosion of public institutions indicates that Vinod Rai, a roaring tiger, has been reduced to a caged parrot, and the BBB’s expiry date is fast approaching. Perhaps the BCCI will turn out to be a more absorbing engagement than the nation’s public sector banks.
Hemindra Hazari BANKING BUSINESS ECONOMY 12/APR/2017 Uday Kotak’s much hyped press conference on March 29 promised a bang. But all we got was a whimper. Kotak’s announcement was a new digital-based saving account, christened “811”, no doubt in honour of the Modi government’s demonetisation...
Hemindra Hazari 27 March 2017 Can half the workforce of rural India be considered “marginal to the economy”? That, it appears, is what Lord Meghnad Desai, eminent economist, Gujarat-born and UK-naturalised Labour life peer and Indian Express columnist, believes. Desai has had a...