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The RBI allowed loan exposures classified as fraud to be transferred to Asset Reconstruction Companies (ARCs). This comes in the wake of banks reporting frauds aggregating ₹3.95-lakh crore between FY19 and FY21. Stressed loans, which are in default for more than 60 days or classified as NPA, can be transferred to ARCs. This shall include loan exposures classified as fraud as on the date of transfer.
-Business Line

Scheduled commercial banks account for over 93% of premium payments to the DICGC in FY21, showed the corporation’s annual report for the year. This is even as a majority of bailouts by the DICGC were for co-operative banks. Commercial banks, including local area banks (LABs) and regional rural banks (RRBs), paid a total premium of Rs 16,341 crore in 2020-21, while co-operative banks paid Rs 1,176 crore. However, the coverage of deposits by share is highest in the case of RRBs, the annual report said.
-Financial Express

ICICI Home Finance's restruc­tured loans portfolio under regulatory norms for Covid-19 pandemic is expected to rise to 4-5 per cent of assets under management (AUM). Its pool of recast loans stood at 3.4% of AUM by the end of June, according to CRISIL.
-Business Standard

The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has extended the applicability of Safe Harbour Rules (SHR) to Assessment Year 2021-22 (Fiscal Year 2020-21). Introduced by the CBDT in 2009, safe harbour refers to the circumstances under which income -tax authorities will accept the transfer price declared by the assessee without any question or scrutiny. It aims to provide a certain degree of certainty to taxpayers.
-Business Line

The country's foreign exchange reserves declined by USD 1.47 billion to USD 639.642 billion in the week ended September 17, RBI data showed. In the previous week ended September 10, 2021, the reserves had dipped by USD 1.34 billion to USD 641.113 billion. The reserves had surged by USD 8.895 billion to a lifetime high of USD 642.453 billion in the week ended Sept 3, 2021.
-Business Standard

The regional rural bank (RRB) employees are going to observe a one-day strike on Sept 27 opposing the government's plan to divest its 50% share in each of the rural banks in favour of their respective sponsor banks. The employee unions are instead demanding formation of a national rural regional bank and delinking of it with any sponsor bank. The union flag bearers are of the view that there has always been conflicts of interest between mainstream commercial banks and the RRBs they sponsor.
-Economic Times



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