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Mumbai: India could be set for more banking acquisitions after a record $2.4-billion takeover last week ended four years of drought, but restrictive rules, reluctant sellers and sometimes difficult unions mean a flurry of deals is unlikely.

Below is a profile of the smaller banks in the private sector, which are seen playing a major role in a sector consolidation.

 Total assetsNet NPAsCapital adequacy ratioReturn on equityReturn on assets

J&K Bank

Rs 78,620 crore ($12.7 billion)

0.22%

12.69

21%

1.74%

Federal Bank

Rs 74,594 crore ($12 billion)

0.74%

14.73

12%

1.20%
South Indian  Bank

Rs 54,986 crore ($8.9 billion)

0.78%12.4215%1%
Karur Vysya Bank

Rs 51,543 crore ($8.3 billion)

0.41%12.6013%0.86%
Karnataka Bank

Rs 36,322 crore ($5.9 billion)

1.91%13.2010%0.71%

Tamilnad Mercantile Bank

Rs 26,398 crore ($4.3 billion)

1.22%

15.59 1.19%
City Union Bank

Rs 24,994 crore ($4 billion)

1.23%

15.01

3%

1.44%
Lakshmi Vilas Bank

Rs 20,653 crore ($3.3 billion)

3.44%10.90 6%0.32%
RBL BankRs 18,198 crore ($2.9 billion)0.31%14.64 0.67%

Catholic Syrian Bank

Rs 15,316 crore ($2.5 billion)

2.22%11 0.18%

Dhanlaxmi Bank

Rs 14,688 crore ($2.4 billion)

1.60%

8.67

-34%-1.86%
DCB Bank

Rs 12,923 crore ($2.1 billion)

0.91%13.7113%1.31%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*Metrics as of March 2014, Capital Adequacy Ratio under Basel III

*Source: Indian Banks' Association, Thomson Reuters

($1 = 61.9700 rupees)

Copyright @ Thomson Reuters 2014

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