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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » The Central Bank Of Sri Lanka To Impose Penalties on Three Big Banks

The Central Bank Of Sri Lanka To Impose Penalties on Three Big Banks

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Miss-Sangeetha

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The Central Bank of Sri Lanka (CBSL) says that it will start imposing certain penalties or sanctions from next week on the banks that have not complied with the CBSL’s direction to bring down prime lending rates.
CBSL Senior Deputy Governor Dr. P. Nandalal Weerasinghe told reporters Friday (27) that as per the direction issued by the Central Bank, the country’s banks were supposed to bring down prime lending rates by 250 basis points by end December and the average weighted lending rate by another 200 or 250 basis points by end March 2020.
“Now we are coming to the test date end of this year and there are some banks who have not complied with the direction in terms of basis points.”
“I think from next week onwards we will start imposing certain penalties or sanctions. Because this is a direction which banks will have to follow,” he emphasized.
He said that several banks have not complied with this and that it is unfair for the banks that have brought down the rates by 250 basis points.
The Senior Deputy Governor said there are about 7 banks who have to bring down prime lending rates by another 50 basis points by the end of the year, which he said “is highly unlikely”.
“Out of those, there are 3 big banks who will have to bring down by more than 50 basis points by end of this year. If not it will trigger certain action that we have to discuss with the Monetary Board,” he said.
Dr. Weerasinghe said a few small banks also have to bring down rates, but that the overall impact is from bigger banks and they will have to comply with the directions the Central Bank has issued.
Source-Adaderanabiz.lk

ThilinaM

ThilinaM
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics

Basterd economics. Dr Weerasinghe will go to the prison for this in next government

ThilinaM

ThilinaM
Vice President - Equity Analytics
Vice President - Equity Analytics

Find thease 3 banks and invest in those. the managent loyality to share holders is being proven.

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