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Asset quality to improve says chairperson of Canara Bank
By Vaibhav Aggarwal
Dec 10, 2013
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Canara Bank, which is run by the state, anticipates that possession quality will enhance as of March by 20-30 basis points as it concentrates on forceful obligation accumulations and better following of performing records. He also included that within the period, it will upgrade and recover credit records of 40-50 billion rupees.

On a telephonic conversation from Bangalore, Dubey stated that he needs to gradually enhance the bank's stake quality. Regardless of the possibility that he lessen the basis point to 10 to 15, by December he is still against the business sector pattern The quarter which ended in September, the net profit of Canara Banks was basically even contrasted and a year prior.

In the previous quarter, the non-performing loans enhanced from 2.91 percent to 2.6. There are even plans in the pipeline of the bank that with the help of Tier-II bonds, to get around 25 billion rupees by March.


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