The Baroda Traders Co-operative Bank Limited, Vadodara – Penalised (As per RBI report)

By Pradeep Yuvaraj | September 30, 2011

According to a recent press report, the Reserve Bank of India has imposed a monetary penalty of Rs. 5.00 lakh on The Baroda Traders Co-operative Bank Limited, Vadodara, Gujarat, in exercise of powers vested in it under the provisions of Section 47(A)(1)(b) read with Section 46(4) of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949 (As applicable to Co-operative Societies), for non adherence to Know Your Customers (KYC) norms.

The Reserve Bank of India had issued a show cause notice to the bank, in response to which the bank had submitted a written reply. After considering the facts of the case and the bank’s replies in the matter, the Reserve Bank of India came to the conclusion that the violation was substantiated and warranted imposition of the penalty.

The RBI is the central banking institution of the Country and it controls the monetary policy of the rupee. The RBI has recently hiked lending rates by 25 bps which is likely to make all retails loans (home loan, personal loan, car loan etc) and other loans costlier to the borrowers.

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Pradeep Yuvaraj

About Pradeep Yuvaraj

Pradeep Yuvaraj is a Co-Founder and Director at Finerva Financial Solutions Private Limited, a financial education company focused on personal finance education. He has penned over 250 articles relating to Personal Finance and clocked over 500 hours of educating individuals on managing personal finance. He is a serial entrepreneur and has been associated with 7 Start-ups. His entrepreneurial experience spans industries as varied as Education, Gas Engineering, Automobile Design, Software development and more recently a Pure play presentation design company. Prior to turning entrepreneur in 2005, he has worked for 3 of the top ten companies of the world - Shell, ExxonMobil and Total SA. This experience included handling Branch Operations, Channel Sales and Business Development across 5 states over a period of 8 years. He holds an MBA from Symbiosis and an Electronics Engineering Degree from the University of Pune.

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