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Funding for NBFCs should accompany RBI's liquidity management rules: FIDC

RBI intends to prescribe stringent rules for liquidity risk management as many NBFCs were hit by a severe asset liability mismatch

Abhijit Lele  |  Mumbai 

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The non-banking companies, most of whom are cash strapped, want the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to implement only in tandem with an arrangement for making available much needed funds. Else, should defer the roll out of risk management rules until liquidity situation become normal.

“The proposed guidelines should be made concomitant with provision of a mechanism of liquidity support for Currently, with the tight liquidity conditions in the industry have made generation of funds a very difficult task. We request the to kindly consider putting in place a suitable mechanism for such liquidity support,” Industry Development Council (FIDC), industry lobby group said in representation to

RBI intends to prescribe stringent rules for liquidity risk management as many were hit by a severe asset liability mismatch. They ran their business using short term funds to give long term loans.

also said that proposed norms should be applied only to those that have assets of Rs 1000 crore or more to make the guidelines practicable and yet, address the overall systemic risk.

Many of these measures such as granular maturity buckets, the stock approach, diversification of funding sources, stress testing etc., become very onerous for non-systemically important, smaller NBFCs, said.

also sought exemption from public disclosures for companies which are dependent only on bank/institutional loans and have not publicly issued debentures, commercial paper or deposits.

First Published: Wed, June 12 2019. 20:48 IST