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    Assocham met the RBI governor Shaktikanta Das to discuss the liquidity issue being faced by non-banking financial companies (NBFC) and housing finance companies (HFC). Assocham met the RBI governor Shaktikanta Das to discuss the liquidity issue being faced by non-banking financial companies (NBFC) and housing finance companies (HFC). Industry body Assocham met the Reserve Bank of India governor Shaktikanta Das in New Delhi on Friday to discuss the liquidity challenge being faced by non-banking financial companies (NBFC). Assocham told the governor that overregulation of the sector is hampering the growth of the NBFC model of lending, PTI reported. The trade association requested Das not to revise the current asset-liability mismatch (ALM) norms for NBFCs till the normalcy is restored. It underlined the need for a regulator that would also act as a facilitator for NBFCs. “We reiterated our concern that while the asset side of NBFCs is subject to regulation which has been harmonised with that of banks, the liability side i.e. fundraising activity, still remains highly restricted, thereby creating a liquidity crunch for the sector,” a statement by Assocham was quoted by PTI. Assocham requested Das for just three months minimum holding period for loans that have maturity of two-five years. The industry body also said that housing finance companies (HFC) should be given access to National Housing Finance (NHB) refinance facility. It also requested the sectoral cap to be increased to 35% and an additional 15% on mutual funds investing in NBFCs and HFCs respectively. Assocham further told Das that life insurance companies limit to BFSI portfolio including equity exposures may be increased from 25%, while government securities exposure limit may be reduced from 50% according to the trend in the economy. Risk weightage for NBFCs should be reduced to 20% and 30% for AAA and AA rated companies respectively ones in accordance with the weighting to asset finance companies (AFCs) and IFCs. Assocham also requested the RBI governor to restore the arrangement of treating bank funding to NBFCs & HFCs for on-lending to the priority sector as priority sector lending for banks.

    2019-01-12 TO 2019-01-31
  • Flipkart co-founder Sachin Bansal buys p...

    BENGALURU: Sachin Bansal, who came into a fortune following the acquisition of Flipkart by Walmart, is using at least some of that money to buy more property. The homegrown ecommerce site’s co-founder has inked deals to buy two residential properties in the upmarket locality of Koramangala in Bengaluru for about Rs 45 crore, according to people familiar with the matter. Bansal already resides in Koramangala in his own place, in area often described as the boulevard of billionaires. Among other self-made billionaires owning homes in this area are Infosys co-founders Nandan Nilekani and Kris Gopalakrishnan , Narayana Health founder Dr Devi Shetty, and BPL Mobile found Dr Devi Shetty, and BPL Mobile founder Rajeev Chandrasekhar. Bansal’s two new plush properties are of 5,800 sqft and 5,000 sqft. He’s paying Rs 44,000 per sqft and Rs 38,000 per sqft, respectively, for them. Bansal, who is estimated to have received $1 billion (pre-tax) when he exited Flipkart, declined to comment when asked by TOI about the investments. He bought his existing property a few years ago when he liquidated some shares in Flipkart during the valuation boom. Bulge-bracket deals have become far more common in Bengaluru’s residential market in the last few years. The mega deals are spurred by industrialists and new-age entrepreneurs. Koramangala and Lavelle Road, in the city centre, have been the preferred choices for the nouveau rich. Bansal’s co-founder in Flipkart, Binny Bansal, had purchased a 10,000-sqft property in Koramangala for Rs 32 crore three years ago. Bengaluru’s traditionally wealthy folk are mostly located in the heart of the city, in areas like Fairfield Layout off Race Course Road and Sadhashivanagar.

    2019-01-12 TO 2019-01-31
  • Sharing your streaming login may land yo...

    Chennai: A new tool, backed by artificial intelligence (AI), will catch you sharing your login details of streaming platforms such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hotstar and others with your friends. UK-based Synamedia has launched a new service called Credent ials Sharing Insight at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show Show (CES) 2019 to help subscription service providers and OTT players who lose billions in revenue as users share access credentials beyond permitted limits. The tool uses AI, machine learning and behavioural analytics to spot the various locations a particular account is simultaneously active at, and provides real-time reports to the clients, who can either turn this into incremental revenue or take steps to curb the practise. Synamedia cited data from research firm Park Associates to note that ove r $9 billion of pay-TV revenues and $1.2 billion of OTT revenues are estimated to be lost to credentials sharing by 2021. “We are targeting Credentials Sharing Insight at any OTT service provider that wants to combat the rapid rise in account sharing betwee friends and families and turn it into a new revenue-generating opportunity,” Jean Marc Racine, CPO and GM EMEA of Synamedia, told TOI in an email response.

    2019-01-12 TO 2019-01-31
  • India's Iranian oil imports slide in Dec...

    NEW DELHI: India's oil imports from Iran fell by 41 percent in December to 302,000 barrels per day oil (bpd), ship tracking data reviewed by Reuters showed, as pressure from U.S. sanctions took effect. The United States introduced tough sanctions aimed at crippling Iran's oil revenue-dependent economy in November but gave a six-month waiver to eight nations, including India, which allowed them to import some Iranian oil. India is restricted to buying 1.25 million tonnes per month, some 300,000 bpd. December imports from Iran were 9.4 percent higher than November when some cargoes were delayed due to lack of ships, the tanker arrival data showed. Iran was the sixth biggest oil supplier to India in December compared to third position it held a year ago and last month Tehran's share of India's overall imports declined to 6.2 percent from 11.7 percent a year ago, the data showed. After abandoning the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, U.S. President Donald Trump is trying to end Tehran's nuclear ambitions and ballistic missile programme and curb its support for militants in Syria, Yemen, Lebanon and other parts of the Middle East. In 2018 India shipped about 13 percent more oil from Iran at 531,000 bpd as refiners boosted purchases ahead of the U.S. sanctions drawn by discounts offered by Tehran, the data showed. Iran was hoping to sell more than 500,000 bpd of oil to India in 2018/19, its oil minister Bijan Zanganeh said in February last year, and had offered almost free shipping and an extended credit period to boost sales to India. In the previous fiscal year that ended on March 31, 2018 India refiners had cut purchases from Iran due to a dispute on the award of development rights of a giant gas field. Government sources say Reuters' calculations showing India's oil imports from Iran in this fiscal year would be higher than the 452,000 bpd, or 22.6 million tonnes, it imported in the previous year, are correct. In April-December 2018, the first 9 months of this fiscal year, India's oil imports from Iran averaged about 533,800 bpd, up about 22 percent from a year ago, the data showed. India's total oil imports in December were about 4.9 bpd, up about 15 percent from a year ago, the data showed.

    2019-01-12 TO 2019-01-31

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