In the last few years, the Government of India has taken several measures to change the face of banking in India. Foremost amongst these measures is privatisation of public sector banks through steps such as setting up DIPAM, IBC and merger of small banks. For more on the trajectory of privatising public sector banks in India since 2014, read below.

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The 1991 Economic Reforms in India heralded a new age for the Banking Sector of the country as well. It introduced fresh regulatory and supervisory norms and international benchmarks for banks in India.

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Polstrat is a political consultancy aiming to shift the narrative of political discourse in the country from a problem-centric to a solutions-oriented approach.