Our archives on RBI
Mid-sized Chinese banks seek deeper ties with Asian banks for growth
Date: Dec 06, 2013 | Author: Alice YangGuo Zhiwen, chairman of Harbin Bank, discusses establishment of Asia Financial Cooperation Association and its bid to go global.
RBI raises provisions on banks’ restructured loans to curb prevailing NPLs
Date: Jun 14, 2013 | Author: Wendy WengIndian banks’ non-performing loan ratio grew to 3.1% in FY 2012, posing an increased threat to bank liquidity and profitability levels.
Chinese banks' matured approach to IT partnerships bodes well for domestic financial eco-system
Date: Mar 06, 2013 | Author: Baron LaudermilkChinese banks now look at five decisive factors when selecting prospective IT partners – brand, work history, committed resources, quality of service, and cost.
M-commerce, P2P payments and dynamic personalisation key issues for mobile banking in 2013
Date: Jan 22, 2013 | Author: ResearchCitibank India enabled NFC mobile payments in 2009 and is now banking on m-commerce and P2P payments, while Bank of East Asia believes dynamic personalisation is the next big thing.
Barclays quits India retail to focus on wealth management and investment banking
Date: Dec 09, 2011 | Author: Timothy ShimBritish lender exits India consumer lending and scales back retail globally with an aim to streamline operations and focus on strengths.
Merchant acquisition and relationship management in the US impeded by new laws
Date: Oct 05, 2011 | Author: Tiah Wen LiMerchant attrition risk key challenge of 1099-K and Durbin Amendment regulations for merchant acquirers.
Banks in India continue to be under pressure rebuilding their consumer banking portfolio
Date: Mar 28, 2011 | Author: ResearchAll major players in India have decreased their investments in the credit card business due to high delinquency rates.
RBI to set rules for foreign bank entry into India
Date: Jan 26, 2011 | Author: Arush ChopraThe Indian central bank’s new subsidiary model means foreign banks may soon be able to reach the promise of doubling their market share.