Yes Banking crisis: CBI begins to investigate, sources say

NEW DELHI: The government began investigating the issues when officials began collecting documents on the matter, sources said Sunday.

According to them, officials have refused to comment on the development since the research agency wants a complete secret before any search it may be planning.

The sources refused to give details about the nature of the investigation (preliminary investigation or an FIR) or prosecuted persons, but claimed that a formal investigation has begun.

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is investigating aspects of the alleged criminal conspiracy, trap and corruption, they said.

It is understood that the relationships between the DHFL scammer and Yes Bank are under the CBI scanner with some questionable financial transactions involving a third company, a source said.

The Compliance Department has already arrested Rana Kapoor, co-founder of Yes Bank, 62, in the matter on money laundering charges.

the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) el jueves impuso una moratoria en el Yes Bank, que carece de capital, limitando the retiros a Rs 50,000 por cuenta, y reemplazó a la junta del prestamista del sector privado con efecto inmediato.

Yes, the Bank may not grant or renew any loan or advance, make any investment, incur any responsibility or accept to disburse any payment.

According to the RBI reconstruction scheme project, the group will acquire a 49 percent stake in Yes Bank in crisis under a government-approved rescue plan.

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