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RBI unveils revised PCA framework for banks

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• Reserve Bank of India has revised the existing prompt corrective action framework for commercial banks, which will be applicable from January 1, 2022

Reserve Bank of India has revised the existing prompt corrective action framework for commercial banks, which will be applicable from January 1, 2022

The revised PCA framework will be effective from January 1, 2022.

The objective of the PCA framework is to enable supervisory intervention at an appropriate time and require the supervised entity to initiate and implement remedial measures in a timely manner, so as to restore its financial health.
According to RBI, the PCA framework would apply to all banks operating in India including foreign banks operating through branches or subsidiaries based on breach of risk thresholds of identified indicators.

A bank is generally placed under the PCA framework on the basis of its audited annual financial results and the ongoing supervisory assessment made by RBI.

RBI may impose PCA on any bank during the course of a year (including migration from one threshold to another) in case the circumstances so warrant.

Once a bank is placed under corrective action, a few changes are suggested for it, based on the bank’s risk threshold, by RBI.

The RBI can impose mandatory restrictions on dividend distribution of profits of the bank in question and can also restrict a bank’s branch expansion (domestic as well as overseas ones).

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