Social enterprises will have to conform to much higher standards of reporting than they are conventionally used to.
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he current approach is making NBFCs safer but requiring banks to become riskier, write Nachiket Mor and Dwijaraj Bhattacharya.
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The best banks are boring banks, whose strength is in the maturity of their processes for managing capital, writes Nachiket Mor.
Banks in India will need to work hard to build a well-functioning ‘internal market’, which at the moment is quite broken.
Reforms to PSL can have tremendous impact both on regional/sectoral development as well as improving the quality of bank assets.
In this series of columns, members of a drafting team on the Working Group report on Social Stock Exchange detail important recommendations.
A common minimum reporting standard has been recommended for all fundraising activity through the proposed Social Stock Exchange.
Response to the rescue package announced by Finance Minister on May 13th, 2020
The goal cannot be eliminating all MSME failure as we simply don’t have the resources to provide that magnitude of a backstop.
Our society operates on the basis of trust. We use this trust every day. To build friendships, to buy and sell things, to vote, to claim protection and benefits from the State when they are due.