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"He should have resigned earlier [if he was peeved]…. You can’t be like an independent commentator in position of office and make statements which are destabilising,” Hazari told Forbes India.
“The fine of 20 million rupees is insignificant but the risk of the RBI placing restrictions on the bank has gone up substantially,” said independent analyst Hemindra Hazari
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“When all group companies are constrained by liquidity problems, the strongest company will get impacted as a natural fallout,” said Hemindra Hazari
“Q1 FY20 is expected to be poor on account of stressed loans slipping to NPAs,” says Hazari.
“Indian rating companies are reluctant to give poor ratings to companies before the default happens,” said independent analyst Hemindra Hazari, “They fear losing their clients.”