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BFM CASE STUDIES ON NPA FOR CAIIB EXAM 2022
NPA – BFM CASE STUDY 1:
International Banks provided following information about its-NPA account as on Mar 31, 2012.
|Total loans||Rs. 40000 cr.|
(includes direct agriculture & SME loans = Rs. 10000 cr.)
|Rs. 38000 cr.|
(of which unsecured sub-standard = Rs. 200 cr.)
|Rs. 800 cr.|
|Doubtful up to 1 year||Rs. 800 cr.|
|Doubtful 1 year to 3 years||Rs. 200 cr.|
|Doubtful above 3 years||Rs. 120 cr.|
|Loss accounts||Rs. 80 cr.|
|All doubtful loans are fully secured.|
Q-01 Calculate the amount of provision on standard accounts:
- Rs. 25 cr.
- Rs. 112 cr.
- Rs. 137 cr.
- Rs. 151 cr.
Q-02 Calculate the amount of provision on sub-standard loan accounts:
- Rs. 120 cr.
- Rs. 140 cr.
- Rs. 160 cr.
- Rs. 240 cr.
Q-03 Calculate the amount of provision on doubtful loan accounts:
- Rs. 400 cr.
- Rs. 340 cr.
- Rs. 320 cr.
- Rs. 260 cr.
Q-04 Calculate the total provision on NPA loan:
- Rs. 420 cr.
- Rs. 560 cr.
- Rs. 580 cr.
- Rs. 620 cr.
Q-05 Calculate the total provision on standard and NPA loans:
- Rs. 813 cr.
- Rs. 757 cr.
- Rs. 689 cr.
- Rs. 716 cr.
Q-06 Calculate the provision coverage ratio of the bank:
Q-07 If the security value in secured sub-standard accounts = Rs. 500 cr., calculate amount of the provision on sub-standard accounts:
- Rs. 90 cr.
- Rs. 85 cr
- Rs. 80 cr.
- Rs. 75 cr
Q-08 If security value in DF-1 category accounts = Rs. 600 cr., calculate amount of provision for OF-1 category accounts:
- Rs. 800 cr.
- Rs. 600 cr
- Rs. 350 cr.
- Rs. 190 cr
Q-09 If security value = Rs. 150 cr. in DF-2 accounts, calculate amount of the provision.
- Rs. 110 cr.
- Rs. 95 cr.
- Rs. 80 cr.
- Rs. 75 cr.
Q-10 Calculate the %age of gross NPA:
Q-11 Calculate the amount of net NPA:
- Rs. 2000 cr.
- Rs. 1380 cr.
- Rs. 1170 cr.
- Rs. 1080 cr.
Q-12 Calculate the %age of net NPA:
Answers of NPA – BFM Case study 1:
Explanation of Answers of BFM Case study 1:
1: Provision on general accounts = Rs. 28000 x 0.40% = Rs. 112 cr.
Add: Provision on direct agriculture and SME accounts = Rs. 10000 x 0.25% = Rs. 25 cr.
Total amount of provision = Rs. 112 + 25 = Rs. 137 cr.
2: Secured sub-standard accounts = Rs. 600 x 15% = Rs. 90 cr.
Add: Unsecured sub-standard = Rs. 200 x 25% = Rs. 50cr.
Total provision = Rs. 140 cr.
3: DF-1 = Rs. 800 x 25% = Rs. 200
Add: DF-2 = Rs. 200 x 40% = Rs. 80 cr.
Add: DF-3 = Rs. 120 x 100% = 120 cr.
Total provision = Rs. 200 + Rs. 80 + Rs. 120 = Rs. 400 cr.
4: Sub-standard = Rs. 140
Add: DF = Rs. 400
Add: Rs. loss accounts = 80 cr.
Total Provision = Rs. 140 + Rs. 400 + Rs. 80 = Rs. 620 cr.
5: Standard accounts = Rs. 137 cr.
Add: NPA loans = Rs. 620 cr.
Total provision = Rs. 137 cr. + Rs. 620 cr. = Rs. 757 cr.
6: 620 / 2000 x 100 = 37.9%
7: In case of secured sub-standard accounts- secured & unsecured balance is not to be differentiated for calculation of provisions.
Therefore, the provision = Rs. 600 x 15% = Rs. 90 cr.
8: Provision on secured portion =25% and on unsecured portion = 100%.
Therefore, the provision:
Secured accounts = Rs. 600 x 25% = Rs. 150 cr.
Add: Unsecured accounts = Rs. 200 x 100 = Rs. 200 cr.
Total provision = Rs. 150 + Rs. 200 = Rs. 350 cr.
9: On Secured portion = 40% and on unsecured portion = 100%
Secured accounts = Rs. 150 x 40 = Rs. 60 cr.
Add: Unsecured accounts = Rs. 50 x 100 = Rs. 50 cr.
Total provision = Rs. 60 + Rs. 50 = Rs. 110 cr.
10: Gross NPA %age = 2000 / 40000 x 100 = 5%
11: Gross NPAs – provision = Rs. 2000 cr. – Rs. 620 cr. = Rs. 1380 cr.
12: Net advances = Rs. 70000 – Rs. 60 = Rs. 39380.
Net NPA = 1380.
NPA %age = 1380 / 39380 x 100 = 3.5%
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