MUMBAI: The Reserve Financial institution has imposed restrictions, together with on withdrawals, on 4 cooperative banks in view of their deteriorating monetary positions.
The restrictions have been imposed on Saibaba Janata Sahakari Financial institution, The Suri Pals’ Union Co-operative Financial institution Ltd, Suri (West Bengal) and Nationwide City Co-operative Financial institution Ltd, Bahraich.
A depositor of Saibaba Janata Sahakari Financial institution can not withdraw greater than Rs 20,000 from the financial institution whereas this for The Suri Pals’ Union Co-operative Financial institution is Rs 50,000.
Equally, within the case of Nationwide City Co-operative Financial institution, the restrict of withdrawal has been capped at Rs 10,000 per buyer.
The RBI has additionally imposed a number of restrictions on United India Co-operative Financial institution Restricted, Bijnor, together with a ban on withdrawals of funds by prospects.
The instructions issued by the RBI to the 4 cooperative banks beneath the Banking Regulation Act, 1949, will stay in drive for six months.
The Reserve Financial institution has issued separate statements saying the restrictions on the cooperative banks.
In one other assertion, the RBI mentioned it has imposed a Rs 57.75 lakh penalty on Suryoday Small Finance Financial institution for violation of sure norms associated to ‘frauds classification and reporting by industrial banks and choose FIs’.