Finance Ministry moves to declutter DRTs to ease debt recovery
The pecuniary limit was raised last week following amendment in the rules of Recovery of Debts due to Banks and Financial Institutions Act, 1993.
Should you invest in schemes from smaller mutual fund houses?
There are 44 AMCs in the industry and the smallest AMCs also have certain AUM, ...
Credit crisis in the bond markets is not over yet: Pankaj Pathak of Quantum Mutual Fund
The 10 year government bond yield which was quoting a...
How to start an emergency fund while paying your education loan
To create surplus savings, you must avoid taking on any bad debt and clear your existing bad debt.
IBC bill introduced in Rajya Sabha
The changes in the law are aimed at timely admission of applications and timely completion of the corporate insolvency resolution process.
Supreme Court quashes RBI circular on debt resolution
The circular asked banks to either resolve or file for insolvency taking away their discretion to not to act on bad loans.
We have made April and May debt payments: Kishore Lulla, Eros
We have reduced our debt by Rs 100 crore in the last one year, says Lulla
How a tycoon's death in a river laid bare India's mounting debt crisis
Siddhartha's suicide has put a spotlight on problems of corporate elite-wide cash crunch and slowing growth.
Bad loan battle: RBI to issue new directive after SC ruling
“We remain committed not only to maintain but also to speed up the resolution of stressed assets in the banking sector,” Das said in the first official comment by the central bank after the SC verdict.
Have MF-corporate debt pacts left debt fund investors exposed?
Corporate bonds aggregate Rs 36.27 lakh crore, or about 28% of the total bond market.
In one fell swoop, SC punctures RBI's efforts to tackle bad loans
Since beginning, the RBI circular on bad loans created a huge amount of hue and cry in various quarters.
Structural changes needed to set economy on a sustained growth path: Devendra Pant, India Ratings
Savings rates of household sectors between FY12 and FY18 has gone down by more than 6%.
Sebi’s new rules for debt funds: What does it mean for you & me
The recent credit events had led to an increase in liquidity risk of mutual funds.
Worst unemployment in decades strains Indian consumer loans
India’s bad debt malaise has so far centered on corporate debt. But now the situation may be changing.
IBBI penalises five debt resolution professionals
The penalties came for various reasons, including dubious conduct.
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