RBI names SBI, ICICI as 'too big to fail' banks

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RBI names SBI, ICICI as 'too big to fail' banks
The banks, as per the norms, will need to keep additional capital reserves. Higher capital requirements will be applicable from 1st Aril 2016 and will become effective within three years.

Harshvardhan Roongta

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