"We are taking adequate steps for getting Tier-I, Tier-II capital. We have options to go to the market or approach the government," Kaul told shareholders at the bank's 10th AGM here today. He said that the bank was already having branches in Hong Kong and Singapore.
"We are now looking at South East Asia," Kaul said. Kaul said that the bank had restructured accounts worth Rs 8,500 crore. He said that bank had adopted a strategy to diversify portfolio from large corporates to MSME, retail and agriculture.