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Kolkata: Srei Infrastructure Finance Ltd plans to stop financing Indian infrastructure projects after three decades in the business, as a slowing economy and crisis in the shadow bank sector dries up funding lines.
SINGAPORE: All around HDFC Bank Ltd, India’s biggest lender by market value, the news seems to be bad and getting worse: economic growth is slowing, loan losses are rising and shadow banks are mired in crisis.
MUMBAI: IndusInd Bank Ltd, which saw a fifth of its market value wiped out over the past week on concern about its creditors, says the crisis of confidence engulfing India’s financial system is fading away.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI: Credit rating agencies for years assigned high ratings to India's Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS) and its group companies despite its deteriorating financial health, according to a special audit conducted by Grant Thornton India.
MUMBAI: Beleaguered Indian shadow lender Dewan Housing Finance Corp. posted its first quarterly loss in more than a decade, missed interest payments and cast doubt on its ability to continue as a going concern.
Mumbai: Indian banker Rana Kapoor’s family is planning to sell a stake in their six-year-old mortgage finance company, sources said, as rising wariness in the credit market erodes growth prospects of shadow finance firms.
MUMBAI: Just as India’s banks emerge from under a pile of bad loans to large energy, steel and other industrial companies, they are facing a new reckoning from the accelerating crisis in the country’s shadow banking sector.
GANDHINAGAR, India (Reuters) - (This is one of a series of stories on the difficulties the Modi administration has faced in creating jobs.)
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - From a shortage of job opportunities and a stuttering economy to tense ties with old foe Pakistan, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will face a host of challenges after winning a big majority on Thursday.
TROUBLES among India’s non-bank financiers will persist for at least a year even if the danger of a full-blown financial crisis has passed, according to the head of the nation’s most valuable bank.