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RBI imposes penalty on SBI, Indian Financial institution, Punjab Financial institution and Sindh Financial institution

The Reserve Financial institution on Monday mentioned it has imposed sanctions on three state-owned banks, together with SBI and Indian Financial institution, for violating varied regulatory guidelines.

A penalty of Rs 1.3 lakh crore has been imposed on State Financial institution of India for not complying with sure instructions issued by the Reserve Financial institution of India on “authorized restrictions, advances and different restrictions” and “tips for administration of intra-group transactions and exposures”. This was said in an announcement.

In one other assertion, the Reserve Financial institution of India mentioned {that a} penalty of Rs 1.62 lakh crore has been imposed on the Indian financial institution for violating sure instructions on ‘Statutory Loans and Advances and Different Restrictions’, ‘Know Your Buyer’ and ‘Reserve Financial institution of India (Deposit Charge)’, 2016″.

A high-quality of Rs 1 crore has been imposed on the Punjab and Sind Financial institution for non-compliance with sure provisions of the Depositors Training and Consciousness Fund Scheme.

The Reserve Financial institution of India additionally imposed a high-quality of Rs 8.80 lakh on Fedbank Monetary Companies Restricted for non-compliance with sure provisions of the Directives on Management of Fraud in Non-Banking Monetary Corporations.

Nonetheless, the RBI added that the sanctions imposed on banks and NBFCs are primarily based on deficiencies in regulatory compliance and should not supposed to declare the validity of any transaction or settlement entered into by them with their clients.

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