CSR in Banking Sector in India (FY 2014-15)
Research Desk, NGOBOX
The Banking sector is considered as one of the most regulated and compliance-friendly sectors in today’s business world. The performance of banks directly reflects the mood and performance of an economy. With the advancement in information technology and increasing penetration of mobile in rural and remote areas, Indian banks have reached to the unreached in last few years. Indian banks have been giving back to the society through various welfare initiatives, donations and in-kind support to charities for decades. Social responsibility is not a new word for these banks:
Highlight of the analysis
- Out of 21 Banks included in this analysis 11 are public sector banks.
- None of the bank has spent 2% of the average net profit of the previous three years. In fact only one bank (IDBI) has spent over 1% of the average net profit of the previous three years.
- Overall banking sector has spent 0.89% of the average net profit of the previous three years in CSR.
- Public sector banks have spent only 0.51% of the average net profit of the previous three years
- Most of the public sector banks have made CSR spent as donations or contribution to the Central Government’s Funds.
- All public sector banks have claimed immunity from prescribed CSR requirements as per the Companies Act 2013.
The holistoc report gives you details of CSR spending by banks, their partners, projects and thematic areas along with project geographies. The report will help you to understand what are the priorities of banks in CSR projects and what types of partners they select when it comes to imlementation.
Product Id : UID-Banking-14-15
ISBN : 0
Edition : Aug 2015
Language : English
Book Pages : 40
Book Type : E-Book
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