The demand within the affordable housing segment remains robust. Given that the target customer of this segment typically relies on bank funding. Consequently, ICRA research has taken a note of the significant growth in the sub Rs 250 million category.
The slippages tend to mars banks profitability, but the tide seems to be turning with sharp reduction in SMA 2 cases and better NPA recovery prospects.As much as Rs 5 trillion of bank loans have deteriorated into non-performing assets NPAs in fiscal 2018, taking the total slippages in the past three fiscals to Rs 13 trillion.
Budget should focus on higher funds allocation to infrastructure and improving domestic macroeconomic fundamentals
The priority of the Budget should be to improve the macroeconomic fundamentals of the country and make efforts to meet the fiscal deficit targets of last year. The onus should be on productive utilisation of funds.
Public Sector Units (PSUs) in India have been amassing losses, both at the Central and State levelÃ¹79 State-run companies had an accumulated loss of Rs 55,656 crore in 2012-13; while at the same time, investment in these companies is approximately Rs. 1.57 lakh crore.
Government proposed to infuse an amount of Rs 12,517 crore in Public Sector Banks(PSBÂ’s) to augment their Tier-1 capital in FY-2012-13. A sum of Rs 12,000 crore was infused during 2011-12 to enable them to maintain a minimum Tier-1 CRAR of 8 per cent. Performance of Indian banks during the year 2011-12 was conditioned to a large extent by fragile recovery of global financial markets as well as a challenging oper
The non-performing assets (NPAs) of state-run banks rose to Rs 143,765 crore as at end September, 2012 from Rs 112,489 crore at the end of March, 2012, Minister of State for Finance Namo Narain Meena informed the Rajya Sabha. Of the total gross NPAs of state-run banks, 31.9 per cent belon