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Hemindra Hazari Everyone knows public sector banks are less profitable, more prone to political influence and have higher ratios of non-performing assets (NPAs) than their private sector counterparts. In contrast, new private sector banks, set up post 1991, are media and stock market darlings....
It is curious that the first step of a reform-minded Chicago-school scholar was to announce a subsidy. Of course, unlike the subsidies that Rajan criticised as chairman of the Committee on Financial Sector Reforms in September 2008, this subsidy would go not to low income sections of the population, but to the banks.
Post this report and the subsequent media coverage, the Indian government changed the selection policy of appointment of SBI chairman solely on the basis of seniority.
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In our experience companies adopt liberal accounting policies to cover up flagging fundamentals otherwise there is rarely a valid business reason.
Academic studies have proved the commercial viability of research by taking it from the lofty towers of academia to the lowlands of the trading floor.
A liquidity crisis of such a magnitude is not an overnight phenomena yet the credit rating agency certified the compnay as investment grade thereby misinforming bond holders and bankers