Fintellix: Navigating through the RBI’s Risk Based Supervision Regulation: Challenges and Remedies for Indian banks

The current Risk Based Supervision (RBS) wave in India appears to be rapidly gaining momentum. With the scrapping of RBI’s conventional practice of CAMELS (short for Capital adequacy, Asset quality, Management, Earnings, Liquidity, and Systems and control) inspection, 30 large private, foreign and public sector banks were instructed to be RBS-ready.

The sole aim of RBS is to ensure closer monitoring so that banks avoid taking undue risk to maximise profits and growth. The focus of CAMELS

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