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Jalan panel proposes change in RBI accounting year, transparent accounts

The panel’s report, which has been accepted by RBI Board, has noted that changes in the format of presentation of balance sheet would need necessary amendments to the RBI General Regulations.

RBI surplus: ‘Bimal Jalan panel to stick to staggered transfer’

In February, the RBI decided to offer an interim dividend of Rs 28,000 crore to the Centre, driving up its total transfer in the last fiscal to Rs 68,000 crore.


Explained: What is the significance of the Jalan committee report?

The report of the committee, headed by former RBI Governor Bimal Jalan, was finalised on Wednesday after a meeting in New Delhi and will be submitted to the central bank “very soon”.

Jalan panel finalises report on RBI capital; recommends surplus transfer to govt in 3-5 years

The surplus capital transfer would help the government meet its fiscal deficit target as it will come as a windfall to the exchequer.

Bimal Jalan-headed panel to examine RBI’s economic capital framework

The Jalan panel would review the status, need and justification of various provisions, reserves and buffers presently provided for by the RBI.

RBI forms expert panel on reserves, Bimal Jalan to be the head

Bharat Doshi and Sudhir Mankad, who are members of the central board of the RBI, will be other two members of the expert committee on Economic Capital Framework.


Simply put: Contested words of advice

Calls to regulate global proxy advisory firms mounted after 2 US-based firms recommended a vote against re-election of 3 Indian stalwarts to HDFC Board. What are these firms, why is their working contentious?

In fact: The development of the Indian debt recast mechanism

In 2002, as interest rates started sliding and there were early signs of a rebound in growth at a time when the global economy was yet to recover, the Budget division of the Finance Ministry started analysing the government’s expenditure trends for potential cuts and savings. They noticed that, unsurprisingly, close to half the government’s […]

‘Merge schemes, abolish plan and non-plan expenditure’

Expenditure Reforms Commission bats for DBT to cover all subsidies.

EMC to submit report by January, says Jalan

Commission looking into minimisation of subsidies.

Bimal Jalan Videos

'For the first time we have a majority govt. If some hard decisions have to be taken, they must be announced now'

Former governor of Reserve Bank of India Bimal Jalan talks about how he addressed the issues of transparency and accountability in financial transactions and governance in his new book, India Ahead: 2025 and Beyond.