REGULATING CO-OPERATIVE BANKING

This role is, perhaps, the most unheralded aspect of our activities, yet it remains among the most critical. This includes ensuring credit availability to the productive sectors of the economy, establishing institutions designed to build the country's financial infrastructure, expanding access to affordable financial services and promoting financial education and literacy.


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Date : May 04, 2005
Form III : Quarterly Report on Frauds outstanding

Form III

Quarterly Report on Frauds outstanding

Name of the bank :

Report for the quarter ended :

(Amount in Rs. Lakh)

Area of operation where fraud has occurred

Cases outstanding as at the end of the previous quarter

No. of new cases reported during the quarter

cases closed during the quarter

Amount recovered or written-off during the quarter

cases outstanding at the end of the quarter

Provision made

 

No.

Amount

No.

Amount

No.

Amount

 

No

(2+4-6)

Amount

(3+5-7)

 

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

Cash

                   

Deposits

                   

  1. Savings
  2. Current
  3. Term
                   

Non-resident accounts

                   

Advances

                   

(i) Cash credit

(ii) Term loans

(iii) Bills

(iv) Others

                   

Foreign exchange transactions

                   

Inter-branch accounts

                   

Cheques / Demand drafts, etc.

                   

Clearing etc. accounts

                   

Off-balance sheet

(i) Letters of credit

(ii) Guarantee

(iii) Co-acceptance

(iv) Others

                   

Others

                   

Total

                   

 

Frauds in Housing Loans

(Rs. in lakh)

Area

Name of UCB

Quarter ended Sept/Dec/Mar/June

   

No of frauds

Amount involved

Housing Loan

     

 


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