Banking Regulation Act, 1949
SCHEDULE V : PRINCIPLES OF COMPENSATION
1. The compensation to be given under section 36AG shall be an amount equal to the value of the assets of the acquired bank as on the day immediately before the appointed day, computed in accordance with the provisions of Part 1 of this Schedule less the total amount of liabilities thereof computed in accordance with the provisions of this Schedule.
PART I- Assets
For the purposes of this Part "assets" means the total of the following:
(a) the amount of cash in hand and with the Reserve Bank and the State Bank of India (including foreign currency notes which shall be converted at the market rate of exchange);
(b) the amount of balances with any bank, whether on deposit or current account, and money at call and short notice, balances held outside India being converted at the market rate of exchange:
PROVIDED that any balances which are not realizable in full shall be deemed to be debts and valued accordingly;
(c) the market value, as on the day immediately before the appointed day, of any securities, shares, debentures, bonds and other investments, held by the bank concerned.
Explanation : For the purposes of this clause,-
(i) securities of the Central and State Governments [other than the securities specified in sub-clauses (ii) and (iii) of this Explanation 1 maturing for redemption, within five years from the appointed day shall be valued at the face value or the market value, whichever is higher;
(ii) securities of the Central Government, such as Post Office Certificates and Treasury Savings Deposit Certificates and any other securities or certificates issued or to be issued under the Small Savings Scheme of the Central Government, shall be valued at their face value or the encashable value of the market value, as on the day immediately before the appointed day, whichever is higher;
(iii) where the market value of any government security such as the zamindari abolition bonds or other similar security in respect of which the principal is payable in installments, is not ascertainable or is, for any reason, not considered as reflecting the fair value thereof or as otherwise appropriate, the security shall be valued at such an amount as is considered reasonable having regard to the installments of principal and interest remaining to be paid, the period during which such installments are payable, the yield of any security, issued by the government to which the security pertains and having the same or approximately the same maturity, and other relevant factors;
(iv) where the market value of any security, share, debenture, bond or other investment is not considered reasonable by reason of its having been affected by abnormal factors, the investment may be valued on the basis of its average market value over any reasonable period;
(v) where the market value of any security, share, debenture, bond or other investment is not ascertainable, only such value, if any, shall be taken into account as is considered reasonable having regard to the financial position of the issuing concern, the dividend paid by it during the preceding five years and other relevant factors;
(d) the amount of advances (including loans, cash credits, overdrafts, bills purchased and discounted), and other debts, whether secured or unsecured, to the extent to which they are reasonably considered recoverable, having regard to the value of the security, if any, the operations on the account, the reported worth and respectability of the borrower, the prospects of realization and other relevant considerations;
(e) the value of any land or buildings;
(f) the total amount of the premia paid, in respect of all leasehold properties, reduced in the case of each such premium by an amount which bears to such premium the same proportion as the expired term of the lease in respect of which such premium shall have been paid bears to the total term of the lease;
(g) the written down value as per books, or the realizable value, as may be considered reasonable, of all furniture, fixtures and fittings;
(h) the market or realizable value, as may be appropriate, of other assets appearing on the books of the bank, no value being allowed for capitalized expenses, such as share selling commission, organizational expenses and brokerage, losses incurred and similar other items.
PART III- Liabilities
1. For the purposes of this Part liabilities means the total amount of all outside liabilities existing on the appointed day, and all contingent liabilities which the Central Government or the transferee bank may reasonably be expected to be required to meet out of its own resources on or after the appointed day and where the acquired bank is a banking company incorporated outside India, includes the liabilities of the offices and branches in India of the acquired bank to its offices and branches outside India.
2. If the acquired bank is not incorporated in India , the assets or, as the case may be, the liabilities of the bank shall be, for the purposes of Part 1 and Part 11, and. subject to the other provisions therein, the assets and liabilities of the offices of the bank situated in India .
COMPENSATION PAYABLE TO SHAREHOLDERS
3. Every shareholder of the acquired bank to whom the compensation is payable shall be given such amount as compensation as bears to the total compensation, calculated in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 1, the same proportion as the amount of paid-up capital of the shares held by the shareholder bears to the total paid-up capital of the acquired bank.
CERTAIN DIVIDENDS NOT TO BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT
4. No separate compensation shall be payable for any profits or any dividend in respect of any period immediately preceding the appointed day, for which, in the ordinary course, profits would have been transferred or dividend declared after the appointed day.]