Viswanath Pilla@viswanath_pilla Experts who participated in a panel discussion on CNBC-Awaaz on the Kotak Mahindra Bank-Reserve Bank of India (RBI) dispute over promoter stake dilution feel the bank’s promoters need to comply...
Former ICICI Bank CEO Chanda Kochhar has been indicted by the Justice BN Srikrishna panel for violating the bank’s code of conduct. Following this, the bank has decided to consider her resignation submitted on October 4, 2018 as a ‘termination’ and recover the bonuses paid to her since...
Infosys’ stock closes 16.21% lower at ₹643.30 at the end of Tuesday’s trade over allegations of unethical practices by CEO Salil Parekh and CFO Nilanjan Roy. By NEHA BOTHRA,  Oct 22, 2019 4 min read Information technology (IT) giant Infosys’ stock took a...
“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.”
“When all group companies are constrained by liquidity problems, the strongest company will get impacted as a natural fallout,” said Hemindra Hazari
Sitharaman's decision to merge 10 banks into four may be riddled with leadership and decision-making challenges  BY SALIL PANCHAL, Forbes India Staff 3 min read PUBLISHED: Sep 10, 2019 11:04:29 AM IST UPDATED: Sep 10, 2019 11:12:56 AM IST
An independent banking analyst Hemindra Hazari wrote a report questioning the corporate governance practices of companies which have employed her.
While the media was occupied with the government’s sudden move to replace the board of Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS), another drama was playing out at the swanky headquarters of the firm.  The Serious Frauds Investigation Office (SFIO) was primed to spring into action, even as the...
Banks in India might never be in for a more challenging, or should one say, exciting phase. In the next two years, some of the biggest new private sector banks in India—ICICI Bank, Axis Bank, Yes Bank, IndusInd Bank and HDFC Bank—will have new leaders. The exits of the leaders...