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CARE Ratings revises LVB's ratings from 'BB- ' to 'BB-' under credit watch

The development comes after the government imposed a moratorium on LVB after considering an application filed by the RBI

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CARE Ratings | Lakshmi Vilas Bank | credit rating

T E Narasimhan  |  Chennai 

Lakshmi Vilas Bank
RBl's action comes against the backdrop of deterioration in the financial risk profile of the bank with weakened capitalisation levels and in the absence of a credible revival plan.

on Friday revised its rating of (LVB) from "BB-" Negative to "BB-" under credit watch with developing implications.

The development comes after the government imposed a moratorium on LVB after considering an application filed by the

RBl's action comes against the backdrop of deterioration in the financial risk profile of the bank with weakened capitalisation levels and in the absence of a credible revival plan. The has superseded the board of directors of the bank and appointed T N Manoharan, former non-executive chairman of Canara bank, as the administrator and on November 17, 2020. has also published a draft scheme for the amalgamation of LVB w ith India Limited (DBS).

"CARE will closely monitor the progress on the amalgamation scheme and will consider taking appropriate rating action in due course," said the rating agency.

It further said that while an improvement in the capital adequacy levels based on the proposed scheme of amalgamation was a positive factor, any delays in the amalgmation process or any restrictions on the payments of coupon could prove to be negative.

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First Published: Fri, November 20 2020. 19:47 IST
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