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A bad idea
Business Line
A bad bank, the argument goes, will concentrate all toxic assets under a single roof, cleaning up the balance sheets of banks and helping them lend more freely. There are two difficulties with this idea. First, the track record of even the private ...

Economic Times

NIIF may lend a hand to resolve stressed assets
Economic Times
Acting finance minister Piyush Goyal had last week announced a committee under the chairmanship of Sunil Mehta, non-executive chairman of Punjab National Bank, to examine the idea of an ARC and/or asset management company (AMC) for faster ...

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Business Insider

The US banking system is increasingly exposed to toxic risk
Business Insider
It remained mostly unmentioned that this increase in profits came after the huge charge-offs banks took in the fourth quarter mostly due to write-downs of tax assets, also a result of the new tax law. These write-downs slashed bank profits in Q4 to $25 ...

Financial Express

Why SBI is not too keen to buy IDBI Bank's toxic loans
Financial Express
The government is exploring an exercise to move a chunk of IDBI Bank's stressed loans to the books of State Bank of India (SBI). Understandably, the top management at the country's biggest lender is unhappy with the idea of toxic assets being foisted ...
Government asks SBI to buy troubled assets of IDBI Bank, says reportCNBCTV18

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David Bonneywell: Why are bulk SIPP transfers on the rise?
Recent regulatory changes mean that it is no longer possible for a SIPP provider to allow a client to invest in potentially toxic assets, but they may still have assets on their books that are toxic. Continuing to manage these assets, which in some ...

Nifty edged up on mixed global cues amid hopes of North Korean "breakthrough" and a "bad bank" for India's toxic asset
The Indian market (Nifty Fut/India-50) currently trading around 10815 on early Tuesday, edged up almost 0.30% on mixed global cues amid hopes of North Korean “breakthrough” (truce/denuclearization) and a “bad bank” for India's toxic asset (NPA/NPL).

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EUROZONE CRISIS: Merkel and Macron's hopes for Bulgaria to join single currency in CHAOS
Analysts view the move by the EU and the ECB to delay Bulgaria's path to the euro by insisting on banking union entry - a process that may take at least six months and may prompt a review of potential toxic assets at its banks. Despite positive backing ...

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Why creating a 'bad bank' is a better idea than simply throwing money at PSBs
A government initiative to create a "bad bank" makes a lot of sense because it is bank to which all the toxic assets of the Indian banking system can be collectively transferred. The key hurdle in the process is the valuation of the assets transferred ...
Post 'Bad Bank' formation, merge 'bad' PSBsDaily News & Analysis

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Africa poised to rid itself of toxic leadership
Independent Online
South Africa, still reeling from what we called state capture, is pursuing its own programme to recover stolen money that is mainly deposited or invested in foreign banks or assets. The truth is, if you are African you have been captured from the ...

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Canada Infrastructure Bank a Trojan horse
Common Ground.ca
So influential is BlackRock that, according to The Economist, the company advised governments in the U.S., Greece and Britain on what to do with toxic assets from crashing banks, with co-founder, chair and CEO Larry Fink becoming a Washington insider.

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