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PNB NEWS

  • [$$] Examiner Named To Probe For Fraud Links In Samuels Jewelers Case

    , The Fugitive Owner Of Samuels Jewelers Inc., Took More Than $17 Million Out Of The Business In The Year Before It Filed For Bankruptcy Protection, According To Bankruptcy-court Reports Filed By The Company. Mr. Carney Found That Shell Companies Linked To Mr. Modi Played A Role In The Alleged Fraud.

  • [$$] Brickley's Take: Judge Orders Examiner In Samuels Jewelers Case

    Ordered The Appointment Of An Examiner Tuesday, After A Brief Debate In The U.S. Bankruptcy Court In Wilmington, Del., Where Samuels Filed For Chapter 11 On Aug. 7, Its Business Battered By Fallout From The Allegations Of Fraud Brought Against It By One Of India’s Largest Banks.

  • Exclusive: CBI Scrutinizes India's Largest Law Firm Cyril Amarchand In PNB Fraud Investigation After Documents Moved

    MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's Largest Law Firm, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (CAM), Is Being Scrutinized By Federal Agents After They Seized Documents Related To The $2 Billion Fraud At State-run Punjab National Bank (PNB) From CAM’s Premises In February, A Lawyer Representing The Government And A Police Source Told Reuters. In What Has Been Dubbed As India's Biggest Bank Fraud, PNB In January Alleged That Billionaire Diamond Jeweller Nirav Modi And His Uncle Had For Years Fraudulently Raised Billions Of Dollars In Foreign Credit By Conspiring With staff At The Bank. In Mid-February, Modi's Aides Packed Cartons Of Documents At One Of His Diamond Firm’s Offices In Mumbai And Sent Them To CAM’s Office Nearby, From Where Police Seized Them Within A Week On Feb. 21, A Review Of The Central Bureau Of Investigation's (CBI) Court Filings And Witness Testimonies Showed.

  • [$$] Brickley's Take: Alleged Indian Bank Fraud Reverberates In Jewelry Bankruptcies

    Bankruptcy Examiner John Carney’s Probe Of The Inner Workings Of An Alleged $2 Billion Bank Fraud In The Case Of Firestar Diamond Inc. Is Getting A Hard Look From Creditors Of Samuels Jewelers Inc. Firestar And Its Siblings A. Jaffe Inc. And Fantasy Inc., Bankrupt In New York, Are Cousin Companies Of Samuels, Which Filed For Bankruptcy Protection Earlier This Month In Delaware. , Who Owns Firestar, A. Jaffe And Fantasy.

  • Fraud-hit Lender PNB Plots Revival After Second Straight Quarterly Loss

    BENGALURU/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's Punjab National Bank Reported A Second Straight Quarterly Loss On Tuesday As It Earmarked More Funds To Cover A Massive Fraud, But Expects Faster Bad Loan Recovery To Help It Return To A Profit For The Full Year. PNB, The Fourth-biggest Bank By Assets Among All Of India's Lenders, In February Said It Had Been Defrauded By Two Jewellery Groups Which Raised More Than $2 Billion In Credit Overseas Using Fake Guarantees Provided By The Bank's Staff In Mumbai. The Bank Is Taking Every Possible Measure "so That We Can Bounce Back In The Shortest Possible Time," Chief Executive Sunil Mehta Told A News Conference, Outlining Steps For Boosting Recovery Of Bad Loans, Conservation Of Capital And Further Capital Increase Via The Sale Of Non-core Assets And Stakes In Units.

  • India Sends Extradition Request To UK For Fugitive Billionaire Nirav Modi

    India Has Asked Britain To Extradite Billionaire Jeweller Nirav Modi, One Of The Main Accused In The $2 Billion Loan Fraud At State-run Punjab National Bank (PNB). Modi's Whereabouts Have Been Unknown Since PNB In January Said That Two Jewellery Groups Headed By Modi And His Uncle, Mehul Choksi, Defrauded The Bank For Years By Raising Foreign Credit Using Fake Guarantees.

  • [$$] Fraud-Hit Indian Bank Gets Bailout To Avert Bond Panic

    India Injected More Than $400 Million Into One Of Its Largest State-backed Lenders, Scrambling To Avoid A Potential Crisis Of Confidence In The Debt Markets. Said It Had Received 28.2 Billion Rupees ($408.9 Million) From The Government. The Infusion Means The Bank, Which Earlier This Year Said It Had Suffered A $2 Billion Fraud, Will Be Able To Make A Coupon Payment Due This Week On 15 Billion Rupees Of “contingent Convertible” Bonds, Or CoCos.

  • PNB Fraud Defendant Choksi Fears "mob Lynching" In India

    One Of The Main Defendants In India's Largest Bank Fraud Case Made A Court Application On Monday For Cancellation Of An Arrest Warrant Against Him, Citing Fears For His Life Because Of A Growing Number Of Mob Lynchings In The Country. Mehul Choksi, Who Is Accused Of Defrauding Punjab National Bank Of $2 Billion Along With His Nephew, Diamond Tycoon Nirav Modi, Fled India Before The Accusations Came To Light And Said In Monday's Application That He Could Not Disclose His Location In Public Because Of The Threat To His Life. The Recent Trend Of "mob Lynching Is Growing", Choksi's Lawyer Said In The Application Seen By Reuters, Adding That He Fears Such A Fate If He Were Ever To Return To India.

  • India To Inject $1.65 Billion In Five State Banks In About A Week: Government Source

    The Indian Government Will Inject A Total 113.36 Billion Rupees ($1.65 Billion) In Five State-run Banks, Including Fraud-hit Punjab National Bank, In A Week Or So, A Senior Government Official Told Reuters On Wednesday. Punjab National Bank Will Get 28.16 Billion Rupees, While Corporation Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, Andhra Bank And Allahabad Bank Are The Other Four Lenders In Which The Government Will Inject Capital In The Latest Round, Said The Official Who Did Not Want To Be Named.

  • India Is Said To Ready PNB Capital Injection To Aid Bond Payment

    India Is Preparing To Infuse About 20 Billion Rupees ($290 Million) Into Punjab National Bank By Next Week To Help It Meet Dues On Its Perpetual Bonds, People Familiar With The Matter Said. India’s Third-largest State-run Lender Will Issue Preferential Shares To The Government, The People Said, Asking Not To Be Named As The Information Isn’t Public. PNB Needs To Pay About 1.35 Billion Rupees To Cover The 8.98 Percent Annual Interest On 15 Billion Rupees Worth Of So-called AT1 Bonds Sold In July 2017.

  • ICICI Bank Limited, Bahrain Branch -- Correction To Text, June 12, 2018 Release: Moody's Assigns Counterparty Risk Ratings To 15 Indian Banks

    The Third Paragraph Of The Press Release Was Changed To Include Additional Details Regarding The Rationale For The Upgrade Of The Counterparty Risk Assessments: "At The Same Time, Moody's Has Upgraded The Counterparty Risk Assessments (CR Assessments) Of Axis Bank Ltd, Bank Of Baroda, ICICI Bank Limited And Their Branches, As Applicable To Baa2(cr)/P-2(cr) From Baa3(cr)/P-3(cr) To Be Consistent With The Government Support Notching Guidance Per The Banks Methodology. This Publication Does Not Announce A Credit Rating Action.

  • RBI Tightens Banks' Statutory Auditor Rules

    India's Central Bank On Wednesday Tightened Rules On Banks' Statutory Auditors Saying It Reserved The Right To Not Approve Appointments Of Such Auditors For A Specified Period If Their Audit Quality Was Not Found Satisfactory. The Reserve Bank Of India (RBI) Said It Will Take Action Against Statutory Auditors Of Banks In Case Of Any Lapses In Their Auditing Process Including Instances Such As Misstatement Of A Bank's Financial Statement Or Wrong Information In Audit Report. The Banking Regulator Came Out With These Guidelines After A Recent $2 Billion Fraud At State-run Punjab National Bank Revealed Several Lapses In The Auditing Process In Banks.

  • Exclusive: PNB To Shutter Most Operations In Fraud-hit Mumbai Branch - Sources

    The Punjab National Bank (PNB) Is Closing Nearly All Its Operations In A Mumbai Branch That Was At The Heart Of A $2 Billion Fraud, According To Four Sources With Knowledge Of The Decision. The Move To Downsize The Brady House Branch, Which Has Come To Symbolise The Biggest Banking Scandal In The Country's History, Comes As India's Second-largest State Lender Seeks To Tighten Controls And Restore Its Reputation. PNB Will Move All Big Client Accounts Out Of The Branch In Downtown Mumbai That According To An Internal Investigation Saw "exceptional Growth" In The Past Few Years Largely Because Of Its Controversial Dealings With Firms Owned By Two Related Jewellers.

  • Interpol Seeks Arrest Of Billionaire Jeweller Nirav Modi

    Interpol Has Issued A Red Notice Request To Find And Arrest Fugitive Indian Billionaire Jeweller Nirav Modi, Who Is At The Heart Of A $2 Billion-plus Bank Fraud Case, The International Agency Said On Its Website. The Central Bureau Of Investigation (CBI) Asked Interpol Last Month To Issue A Red Notice To Locate Modi, Who Has Been Charged In Relation To India's Biggest Banking Fraud. The Financial Times, Citing Indian And British Officials, Said Last Month That Modi Had Fled To Britain Claiming Political Asylum.

  • Understated Factors To Consider Before Investing In Punjab National Bank (NSE:PNB)

    As A Small-cap Bank Stock With A Market Capitalisation Of ₹239.34b, Punjab National Bank’s (NSE:PNB) Risk And Profitability Are Largely Determined By The Underlying Economic Growth Of The IN RegionsRead More...

  • Why Punjab National Bank (NSE:PNB) Could Be A Buy

    Punjab National Bank (NSE:PNB), Operating In The Financial Services Industry Based In India, Saw A Decent Share Price Growth In The Teens Level On The NSEI Over The Last FewRead More...

  • Shares In PNB Fall After Internal Probe Finds Widespread Lapses

    Shares In India's Punjab National Bank Fell As Much As 3 Percent On Thursday, A Day After Reuters Reported The Bank's Internal Investigation Into Its $2 Billion Fraud Had Found Widespread Risk-control And Monitoring Lapses In Many Areas Of The Bank. PNB, India's Second-biggest State-controlled Lender, Earlier This Year Alleged That A Handful Of Staff At A Single Mumbai Branch Issued Fake Bank Guarantees Over Several Years To Help Two Jewellery Groups Raise Billions Of Dollars In Foreign Credit And Commit India's Biggest-ever Bank Fraud. It Lays Out How Failings By 54 PNB Officials - Ranging From Clerks To Foreign Exchange Managers, And Auditors To Heads Of Regional Offices, Allowed The Fraud To Be Perpetrated.

  • Exclusive - Lapses At Many Levels Of Bank Led To Huge PNB Fraud, Internal Report Shows

    MUMBAI/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - A $2 Billion Fraud At India's Punjab National Bank (PNB) May Have Been Orchestrated By A Few Rogue Employees, But It Escaped Detection Because Of Widespread Risk-control And Monitoring Lapses In Many Areas Of The Bank, The Bank's Own Internal Probe Has Found. PNB, India's Second-biggest State-controlled Lender, Has Previously Alleged That A Handful Of Staff At A Single Mumbai Branch Issued Fake Bank Guarantees Over Several Years To Help Two Jewellery Groups - Controlled By Indian Diamond Magnate Nirav Modi And His Uncle Mehul Choksi - Raise Billions Of Dollars In Foreign Credit And Commit India's Biggest-ever Bank Fraud.

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