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The list of those interested in opening new banks seems to be growing. Now, the Videocon group has said it is ready to approach the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for a banking licence.
Videocon group Chairman Venugopal Dhoot said the group had a 10-year track record. The group had set aside Rs 1,000 crore for the banking foray, he said, adding the group would scout for an international partner for the venture. For its non-life insurance foray, the group has tied up with Liberty Citystate Holdings, part of the US-based Liberty Mutual Insurance group.