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RBI Issues Draft Guidelines On Credit Default Swaps

The market makers for CDS will include scheduled commercial banks, NBFCs and primary dealers with a minimum net worth of Rs 500 crore, Exim Bank, NABARD, National Housing Bank and SIDBI.

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India's RBI Tightens Investment Rules For Shadow Banks From FATF Non-Compliant Jurisdictions

The RBI was closely watching investments flowing from Mauritius into Indian non-banking finance companies last year and had rejected several applications by NBFCs due to their links to the island nation.

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Union Budget 2021 Fintech Sector

The digital lending sector comprising largely of NBFCs has faced a severe liquidity crisis and will be looking for continued credit support from the government to be able to access capital at affordable rates.

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RBI Proposes Scale-Based Regulations For Shadow Banks

"Higher risk appetite of NBFCs has contributed to their size, complexity and interconnectedness making some of the entities systemically significant, posing potential threat to financial stability,"

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RBI Likely To Propose Stricter Rules For Shadow Banks

The RBI could also suggest large NBFCs be required maintain a cash reserve ratio. CRR currently stands at 3%, below the usual 4% level, after a temporary reduction by RBI due to the ongoing pandemic that will be reversed after March 31.

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India's Financial Sector Faces Challenging Times Ahead - RBI

Toxic loans on the books of Indian banks have eased with gross bad loan ratios falling to 7.5% at the end of September 2020 from 9.1% in March, but it said that going forward such loans could rise again following relaxations being lifted.

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Constructing A Brighter 2021 - Challenges And Opportunities

Digital platforms can serve this need by scheduling projects and deliveries and by generating all purchase orders and equipment rental agreements in a timely fashion.

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How Video-KYC Is The Future For The Financial Industry

The development of VideoKYC has been a blessing in disguise, as it ensures ease of business for financial service providers and their existing & potential client base.

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Non-Performing Loans In Indian Banking Sector To Rise In Next 12-18 Months: S&P

Banks have also been building reserves and creating excess COVID provisions, which in our view should help them smooth the hit from COVID-related losses.

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Indian NBFCs' asset quality remains vulnerable: Moody's

Indian NBFCs' asset quality remains vulnerable: Moody's

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Digital Lending And Its Importance To The Indian Economy In The Post-COVID Era

FinTech’s and System Integrators are responding to this market opportunity by capitalizing upon the needs and pain points of the consumers across the lending value chain for uncomplicated on-boarding/ KYC processes, prompt decision making and instant disbursals.

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MSME Credit Declines By 6 % In Q1 On Covid-19 Impact: Motilal Oswal

Asset quality continued to deteriorate in the MSME segment with the non-performing asset (NPA) ratio increasing by 140 basis points year-on-year to 12.8 per cent as of 1Q FY21

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FAIVM Seeks Regulation For Banks' Recovery Agents

The income of small businesses and middle class of society has been greatly affected and default has started coming in installments or interest on loan provided by banks or private lenders.

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Fitch Ratings Takes Rating Action On Four NBFCs

The ratings of these entities continue to reflect the considerable economic and financial challenges arising from the pandemic, the global rating agency said.

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Debt Recast: FIDC Suggests Dropping Additional Provisioning Requirement For NBFCs

In a letter to the finance minister, FIDC also said non-banking financial companies (NBFCs) have been mandated to follow Indian Accounting Standard (IND-AS) norms on provisioning for credit losses and these provisions are much higher than the RBI norms.

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