Kolkata: Private sector lender Lakshmi Vilas Bank is looking to raise fresh equity capital as much as Rs 1,000 crore by September but the volatile market may play a party pooper.The Chennai-based bank is in talks with institutional investors as it is growing its loan book at 15% rate. The bank managing director Parthasarathi Mukherjee said the bank needs capital to keep the growth momentum.“We may raise capital in the second quarter if the market condition permits us to do so.
Deposits by non-resident Indians in the Gulf , a major source of dollar inflows, are slowing down amid lay-offs following the collapse of crude oil prices and increasing pressure in Arab nations to employ locals.While the drop in oil prices eases India 's current account deficit, it hurts the economy in terms of slower NRI deposit flows.
Kolkata: State-run Allahabad Bank reported Rs 29 crore net profit for the first quarter riding on steady rise in treasury income and commission earned as well as on lower provision. The bank's sticky loan ratio rose to 13.85% but a Rs 130 crore right back of provision related to a single account and Rs 108 crore depreciation on investment helped the bank to make lower provision at Rs 1142 crore compared with Rs 1532 crore in the year ago period.
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