Many senior employees of the bank have been found involved in loan fraud and scam.
Given the financial situation, the resolution process of PMC Bank is expected to take more time. For this reason, the RBI extended the date of the ban.
The Reserve Bank said that due to the financial situation of the bank, its resolution process is likely to take more time. RBI has received binding offers from many investors for PMC Bank Reconstruction. According to the Reserve Bank, this is a very complex process, which may take more time.
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Due to disturbances, there has been a ban for two yearsIn September 1, 2019, the Reserve Bank had stopped withdrawing money from the bank and dissolved the board after several senior employees of the bank were involved in loan fraud and scam. Also, the bank was not given the right information about the loan given to the real estate company HDIL and there are allegations of scam in this too.
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RBI wants to do the best deal
The RBI said on Friday that it has received several applications for the bank’s reconstruction under the Expression of Interest (EoI) sought on November 3. RBI and PMC Bank want to get the best deals from these investors for the bank’s depositors and other stakeholders. According to the proposal of PMC Bank, its restructuring investors will have to invest a minimum capital of 9% of its capital to risk weighted assets ratio. In January 2021, the payment service company BharatPay said that it was keen on acquiring PMC Bank.
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Withdrawal limit is one lakh
On 20 June 2020, the RBI had increased the limit of cash withdrawal for depositors from 50 thousand rupees to 1 lakh rupees. However, the regulatory ban on this co-operative bank, which became a victim of the scam, was increased for six months to 22 December 2020. Earlier, on 5 June 2019, the Reserve Bank raised the withdrawal limit to Rs 50,000 per depositor.