Nonperforming loans

Euromoney  Apr 3  Comment 
Initiatives aim to create depository insurance scheme; targeted at new NPLs, not existing stock.
The Hindu Business Line  Feb 22  Comment 
‘However, stronger regulatory efforts coupled with bank recap could help support a recovery over medium term’
Mondo Visione  Dec 14  Comment 
The European Banking Authority (EBA) published today data templates that will create the foundation for NPL transactions across the EU. The templates will provide a common EU data set for the screening, financial due diligence and valuation during...
Mondo Visione  Oct 2  Comment 
NPL, the UK’s National Measurement Institute, is expanding its precise timing service, NPLTime®, through a distribution agreement with QuantHouse, the independent provider of trading and infrastructure solutions and innovative market data...
Forbes  Apr 13  Comment 
Grand Hotel Villa Igiea is part of Italy’s first large non-performing loan (NPL) sale backed by real estate; Banco BPM’s 722 million euro Project Rainbow.
The Hindu Business Line  Mar 29  Comment 
National Peroxide Ltd (NPL), part of the Wadia Group, has signed an agreement to buy the entire 25.1 per cent stake from its JV partner Solvay SA in the company for an undisclosed amount. With this...
Financial Times  Feb 16  Comment 
Sales set to nearly double this year as ECB encourages banks to resolve bad loans
The Economic Times  Oct 26  Comment 
"Last year on the revenue side there was a 38 crores reversal of securitised portfolio provision which is not there in this quarter."


Nonperforming loans, or NPL, are loans that are no longer producing income for the bank that owns them. Loans become nonperforming when borrowers stop making payments and the loans enter default. The exact classification can vary from institution to institution, but a loan is usually considered to be nonperforming after it has been in default for three consecutive months.

Banks often report their ratio of nonperforming loans to total loans as a measure of the quality of their outstanding loans. A smaller NPL ratio indicates smaller losses for the bank, while a larger (or increasing) NPL ratio can mean larger losses for the bank as it writes off bad loans.

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