Download RBI Circular No. 36/2013-14/184 Dated August 14, 2013 for All Scheduled Commercial Banks (Excluding Regional Rural Banks)

Download RBI Circular No. 36/2013-14/184 Dated August 14, 2013 for All Scheduled Commercial Banks (Excluding Regional Rural Banks)

RBI/2013-14/184

Ref: DBOD.No.Ret.BC. 36 /12.01.001/2013-14                                           August 14, 2013

All Scheduled Commercial Banks (Excluding Regional Rural Banks)

Dear Sir,

Section 42(1) of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934 and Section 24 of the Banking Regulation  Act, 1949 – FCNR(B)/NRE deposits – exemption from maintenance of CRR/SLR and  exclusion from ANBC for Priority Sector Lending At present, banks are required to include all Foreign Currency Non-Resident Bank [FCNR

(B)] and Non-Resident (External) Rupee (NRE) deposit liabilities for computation of Net Demand and Time Liabilities (NDTL) and for maintenance of CRR and SLR.

2.         Banks  are  advised  that  with  effect  from  fortnight  beginning  August  24,   2013,

incremental FCNR (B) deposits as also NRE deposits with reference base date of July 26, 2013, and having maturity of three years and above, mobilised by banks will be exempt from maintenance of CRR and SLR. To amplify, if a bank had a total FCNR (B) deposit base of say USD 100 as on the base date, and mobilises an incremental deposit of say USD 20, that portion of USD 20 which has a maturity of 3 years and above will not be part of NDTL and will qualify for CRR and SLR exemption. The same principle will apply for calculation of NRE deposits for exemption from maintenance of CRR/SLR requirements. However, any transfer from Non-Resident (Ordinary) (NRO) accounts to NRE accounts shall not qualify for such exemptions.

3.         Further, advances extended in India against the incremental FCNR (B) / NRE deposits qualifying for exemption from CRR/SLR requirements as  above, will also be excluded from Adjusted Net Bank Credit for computation of priority sector lending targets.

4.         Please acknowledge receipt.

Yours faithfully

(Sudha Damodar)

Chief General Manager

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