Dear Comrades / Bankers

AIBOA's Financial Sector Weekly news updates.

This activity for AIBOA started on 14th February 2012 to commemorate our Birth Anniversary. With this issue two 430 weeks of the activity is over without a single gap. Com. Vasant Ponkshe, Co-Chairman, BOMOA has been entrusted with this job who has made it successfull .



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Respected Comrade,

I am very much thank full to Com. Respected S. Nagarajan, whose support from day one i. e. 14th February 2012
( Our foundation day) and whose brain child has reached to the level of 500th issue with out a single break.
I most humbly invoke the blessings of him and all other seniors for supporting me in this single handed activity.

  • Time taken to admit a case to NCLT needs to come down, says RBI Governor

  • CBI puts on hold probe into Rs 50,000 crore frauds related to public sector banks as states refuse consent

  • Reliance Jio delays launch of low-cost smartphone amid chip shortage

  • Global crypto exchange Cross Tower enters India despite policy uncertainty

  • NBFC loans report strong 37.6% growth, banks still on single-digit

  • Unemployment rate touches 8.3% in August; 1.9 million jobs lost: CMIE

  • Infosys is a technologist, not tax expert: Mohandas Pai opens up on the I-T filing fiasco

  • Banks' NPAs stable in June quarter, look manageable; IBC needs improvement: RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das

  • Household debt is Rs 60,000 in villages, Rs 1.2 lakh in cities: NSO

  • 70% of agricultural households possess land less than 1 hectare, finds survey

  • 45% of India Inc keen to hire apprentices in July[1]December: Report Basel Committee Charter


  • "I don't see Basel III as a burden – I see a compelling case to get it done."

  • NPCI and Fiserv launch RuPay Credit Card Stack for FinTechs

  • SWIFT publishes paper on importance of digitising trade

  • Tokenisation of Card Transactions – Enhancements

  • Pacific Island Airlines: Flying on Empty

  • Crypto assets as National Currency? A Step Too Far

Thanks and Regards.

Vasant Ponkshe