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Effects of regulatory intervention in Indian banking

Congratulation Professor Mallick and Dr Ahamed of SBM for publishing: Article publish in Ideas for India.


To address the challenges that Indian corporates faced in the early 2000s in meeting their debt-servicing obligations to banks/financial institutions, RBI introduced a corporate debt restructuring programme in 2002. This column finds that in the absence of a strong legal system, this out-of-court regulatory mechanism has indeed helped Indian banks remain stable, as there has been no bank failure in India unlike in other countries - Read more at: