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RBI releases the draft norm for the Urban Co-Operative Banks in India

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Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has released a draft for the proposed  four tier structure  for Urban Co-Operative Banks(UCB) in India on 19 July 2022. At present  the  UCB in India is divided into two categories by the RBI.

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) of India had set up an Expert Committee on Urban Co-Operative Banks on February 15, 2021 under the Chairmanship of Shri N. S. Vishwanathan, former Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank to examine the issues in the urban co-operative banking sector, and to suggest suitable changes to strengthen its regulation and supervision.

RBI has now categorized Urban Co-Operative Banks in India into four tier depending upon the deposit with the bank

Tier 1: UCB are those banks having deposits upto Rs 100 crore operating in a single district or having branches in contiguous districts. 

Tier 2: UCBs with deposits more than Rs.100 crore and up to Rs.1000 crore

Tier 3 - UCBs with deposits more than Rs.1000 crore and up to Rs.10, 000 crore 

Tier 4 - UCBs with deposits more than Rs.10, 000 crore.

Minimum Net worth Requirement of the banks 

The minimum net worth (have a minimum capital and reserves) requirement for the Tier 1 UCBs operating in single districts shall be Rs 2 crore.

For other UCB it shall be Rs 5 crore.

Those UCBs which do not meet the requirement, have to achieve the minimum net worth of Rs 2 crore or Rs 5 crore in a phased manner in five years. The banks will have to achieve the 50% minimum net worth requirement in three years and the remaining 50% in next two years. 

What is a Primary Urban Co-operative Bank? 

Primary Co-operative Banks, popularly known as Urban Cooperative Banks (UCBs) are registered as cooperative societies under the provisions of, either the State Cooperative Societies Act of the State concerned under the provisions of the or the Multi State Cooperative Societies Act, 2002. 

Who regulates the UCB? 

There is a duality of control over the UCB. It is regulated by the Registrar of Cooperatives and also by the RBI.

They are regulated and supervised by the Registrar of Cooperative Societies (RCS) of the State concerned for those UCB registered State Cooperative Societies Act  or

 By the Central Registrar of Cooperative Societies (CRCS) for UCB set up under the Multi State Cooperative Societies Act, 2002.  

Regulation of banking functions 

The Banking Regulation Act 1949 was made applicable on these banks from 1 March, 1966.

The Reserve Bank regulates and supervises the banking functions of UCBs under the provisions of Banking Regulation Act, 1949.

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