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RBI gives in-principle nod to LIC for acquiring majority stake in IDBI Bank
Posted on 20th July 2018
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has given an in-principle nod to Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) for acquiring a majority stake in IDBI Bank, sources said.

The government-owned insurance behemoth had sought the banking regulator’s nod before it had approached the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDAI) for seeking regulatory approvals, a senior government official said.


LIC nominee not independent: TRP
Posted on 18th July 2018
The simmering battle at the country’s sixth largest mutual fund, UTI, has erupted into a full-scale war, and the mutual fund’s proposed initial public offering (IPO) could be the first casualty with its managing director Leo Puri’s tenure also coming to an end next month, and no successor nominated.

LIC board gives approval to acquire 51% stake in debt-ridden IDBI Bank
Posted on 17th July 2018
Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) came a step closer in acquiring a majority stake in the government-owned IDBI Bank as its board gave an approval to the deal on Monday.

LIC’s shareholding in IDBI Bank will stand at 51 per cent after it takes a series of approvals from the Reserve Bank of India, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi), the government and the bank’s board, Department of Economic Affairs Secretary Subhash Chandra Garg said.


IDBI Bank stake sale: LIC board to meet today to finalise stake buy in debt struck public sector bank
Posted on 16th July 2018
LIC-IDBI Bank deal: The LIC board will meet on Monday to take a decision on acquisition of of the government’s 51 percent stake in IDBI Bank. The proposal has already been cleared by the insurance regulator IRDAI two weeks back as the insurance companies are not permitted to own more than 15 percent stake in the company under the current norms.

LIC Housing Fin overall spreads to remain flat
Posted on 10th July 2018
LICHF has underperformed NIFTY by 48% and peer HFCs by 10-80% in last 12 months, due mainly to pressure on incremental spreads. Historically, LICHF has been more sensitive than peer HFCs to incremental mortgage spreads, leading to the larger de-rating.

A little bit of IDBI Bank in my LIC policy
Posted on 4th July 2018
For the more than 25 crore policyholders of Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC), the LIC-IDBI Bank headlines are very upsetting. LIC will use up to 13,000 crore of policyholder money to buy up to a 51% stake in IDBI Bank, an asset nobody wants to touch. With stressed assets of 55,588.26 crore and bad loans a huge 28% of the total loan book, IDBI Bank is probably the worst of the bad banks of India.

LIC to get a bank as IRDAI gives nod for 51% stake in IDBI
Posted on 30th June 2018
MUMBAI: The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) has agreed to the Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) of India’s proposal to hike its stake to 51 per cent in IDBI Bank from 10.8 per cent at present. The permission is subject to the corporation bringing down its holding to 15 per cent in future.

LIC-IDBI Bank deal: What may be discussed in IRDAI meet today
Posted on 29th June 2018
Amid reports that insurance behemoth LIC is likely to pick up a majority stake in the state-run IDBI Bank, the board of insurance regulator IRDAI will meet on Friday. The meeting may see discussion on issues such as hike in investment limit for a particular insurance firm beyond 15 percent in the interest of policyholders, PTI reported. An insurance firm can’t hold over 15 percent stake in the listed financial companies currently, according to existent norms.

LIC pares stake in PSBs in March quarter
Posted on 27th June 2018
Life Insurance Corporation (LIC), the largest investor in state-owned lenders, continues to trim its exposure in most of them. On a quarter on quarter basis, the insurer has pared its investments in all state-run lenders, except Punjab & Sind Bank and Indian Bank.

While its holding in Indian Bank remained unchanged at 1.32% from the beginning of October 2017 to March 2018, LIC made a fresh investment in Punjab & Sind Bank, taking a 7.44% stake in the lender, data sourced from Capitaline revealed.


LIC cannot be used to bail out IDBI Bank
Posted on 26th June 2018
The government is nowhere close to coming up with a solution for distressed state-owned banks. It could consider merging some of them to cut costs, but, a year ahead of the elections, it would be hard to convince the trade unions as this would need to be accompanied by big layoffs. Moreover, without a big dose of capital, a merger would not really serve the purpose, and the government is very short on resources.

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