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Bad loans of small finance banks may go up 70-80 bps by FY22-end

On an overall basis, ICRA expects some reduction in GNPAs in the second-half of FY22

Bad loans | Small Finance Banks | ICRA

Subrata Panda  |  Mumbai 

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The gross non–performing assets (GNPAs) of (SFBs) is expected to go up by 70–80 basis points (bps) by the end of the current financial year (FY22) compared to FY21 levels, an assessment by rating agency has suggested.



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First Published: Tue, January 04 2022. 01:02 IST