Indian banks will face capital erosion in a high-stress scenario: Fitch


Indian banks will face capital erosion in a high-stress
All Indian banks will face capital erosion in a high-stress scenario but state banks are the most vulnerable, as per Fitch Ratings’ stress test on banks it rates. The global credit rating agency …


India’s Banking Sector Expected to Face Capital Shortfalls …
According to Fitch Ratings, Indian banks are likely to require at least $15 billion in fresh capital to meet a 10 per cent weighted-average common equity Tier 1 ratio under a moderate stress scenario.


Large Indian Banks Stress Test Dashboard: July 2020
All Indian banks including private-sector ones rated by Fitch Ratings will face capital erosion in our high stress scenario but state banks are the most vulnerable. Capital Needs Vary: The banks’ exposure to stressed sectors, loan-loss cover and pre-provision earnings determine the urgency of their capital requirements, which is more …


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India’s banking sector expected to face capital shortfalls …
Ratings agency Fitch Ratings on Wednesday said that India’s banking sector is expected to face capital shortfalls due to coronavirus pandemic-related disruption. According to Fitch Ratings, Indian banks are likely to require at least $15 billion in fresh capital to meet a 10 per cent weighted-average common equity Tier 1 ratio under a moderate …


India’s banking sector expected to face capital shortfalls …
Mumbai/Singapore: Ratings agency Fitch Ratings on Wednesday said that India’s banking sector is expected to face capital shortfalls due to coronavirus pandemic-related disruption. According to Fitch Ratings, Indian banks are likely to require at least $15 billion in fresh capital to meet a 10 per cent weighted-average common equity Tier 1 ratio under a moderate stress scenario.


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Indian banks would face a capital shortfall of about $58 billion (about Rs 4.38 lakh crore) in the event of a high-stress situation where the domestic economy fails to recover from the coronavirus …


India’s Banking Sector Expects To Face Capital Shortfalls …
“State banks will require the bulk of the recapitalisation, as the risk of capital erosion at state banks is significantly higher than for their privately owned peers.” Ratings agency Fitch Ratings on Wednesday said that India’s banking sector is expected to face capital shortfalls due to coronavirus pandemic-related disruption. According to Fitch Ratings, Indian banks […]


India’s banking sector expected to face capital shortfalls …
Mumbai/Singapore, Jul 1 (IANS): Ratings agency Fitch Ratings on Wednesday said that India’s banking sector is expected to face capital shortfalls due to coronavirus pandemic-related disruption. According to Fitch Ratings, Indian banks are likely to require at least $15 billion in fresh capital to meet a 10 per cent weighted-average common equity Tier 1 ratio under a moderate stress scenario.


$6 bn capital raised by PSBS inadequate to safeguard …
“The proposed capital amounts, if raised fully, will likely add only around 100-150 basis points to state banks’ existing common equity Tier-1 (CET1) ratios. Under our high stress scenario, this may provide some interim capital relief, testing the banks’ ability to raise fresh equity on their own.