The Reserve Financial institution of India (RBI) on Thursday cancelled the licence of Deccan City Co-operative Financial institution Ltd, Vijayapur, Karnataka as a result of insufficient capital and no incomes prospects.
“Consequent to the cancellation of its licence, “Ltd., Vijayapur, Karnataka” is prohibited from conducting the enterprise of ‘banking’ which incorporates, amongst different issues, acceptance of deposits and compensation of deposits as outlined in Part 5(b) learn with Part 56 of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949 with instant impact,” RBI mentioned in an announcement.Deccan City Co-operative Financial institution
Consequently, the financial institution has ceased to hold on banking enterprise, with impact from the shut of enterprise on August 18, RBI added.
The banking regulator additionally mentioned that it has requested the Commissioner for Cooperation and Registrar of Cooperative Societies, Karnataka to problem an order for winding up the financial institution and appoint a liquidator.
RBI in its assertion mentioned that the continuance of the financial institution is prejudicial to the pursuits of its depositors and that the financial institution with its current monetary place can be unable to pay its current depositors in full. It added that public curiosity can be adversely affected if the financial institution is allowed to hold on its banking enterprise any additional.
What occurs to the depositors?
The central financial institution has mentioned that upon liquidation, each depositor can be entitled to obtain deposit insurance coverage declare quantity of his/her deposits as much as a financial ceiling of Rs 5 lakh from Deposit Insurance coverage and Credit score Assure Company (DICGC) topic to the provisions of DICGC Act, 1961.
Information submitted by the financial institution means that over 99% of the depositors are entitled to obtain the complete quantity of their deposits from DICGC.