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The Yes Bank turmoil came with a one-off solution, but newer banks will not be spared from the infectious effect. And Covid-19 will only hurt retail lending more  BY SALIL PANCHAL, Forbes India Staff 9 min read PUBLISHED: Mar 24, 2020 03:39:36...
“Once a bank is put under a moratorium, its deposit franchise is irrevocably eroded, as banking is all about trust,” Hazari wrote.
Kumar told media that investment in Yes Bank will not hurt SBI's balance sheet. The focus now shifts to Yes Bank earnings, scheduled for March 14  BY SALIL PANCHAL, Forbes India Staff 3 min read PUBLISHED: Mar 7, 2020 02:14:31 PM IST...
AUNINDYO CHAKRAVARTY 20H 14M AGO OPINION5 min read 4.7k ENGAGEMENT By the time Narenda Modi became Prime Minister of India, it was common knowledge that he was inheriting an economy riddled with bad-loans – loans that banks had given but were unlikely to be repaid....
Worried customers have been queuing to withdraw money from India's Yes Bank after the country's central bank seized control of the troubled lender. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said it wanted to "quickly restore depositors' confidence" in the bank. Depositors...
Source : SIFY Author : Finance Desk Last Updated: Tue, Feb 18th, 2020, 15:27:53 hrs India's most trusted, rich, and successful banker - Uday Kotak is alleged to have made gains of Rs 23,000 crores. The allegation has been made by financial analyst Hemindra Hazari,...
THE NEWS SCROLL 17 FEBRUARY 2020  Last Updated at 8:56 PM | SOURCE: IANS ''RBI relaxation led to Uday Kotak gaining over Rs 23,000 cr'' New Delhi, Feb 17 (IANS) The relaxation in norms for private sector banks have resulted in a...
Securities lawyer Sandeep Parekh has accused SEBI analyst and The Wire columnist Hemindri Hazari, who also happens to be a columnist at the Wire, of writing a slanted opinion piece on HDFC Bank's process to determine the new MD based on established falsehoods OPINDIA...
3 min read. 09:31 PM IST Dhirendra Tripathi It all started on 24 Jan when independent director Sandeep Parekh panned a news report that said HDFC Bank had roped in the services of Egon Zehnder to identify a successor to Adita Puri