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    Indian Banks' Association

    The company I work for has been placed on a list circulated by the IBA. This list has been compiled by the IBA on the basis of lists received by it from it's member banks. Thereafter the list has been circulated to all the member banks of IBA.

    We wish to find out which bank has placed our company's name on this list. Upon approaching IBA we have been informed that they will not part with that inormation. I wish to find out if we can file a RTI application and get the information from IBA.

  2. Re: Indian Banks' Association

    IBA has taken a stand before the CIC that it is not a public authority under RTI Act. It is just an association or club of various banks, both public sector and private. Invoking RTI may not help here.

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    C J Karira
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    Re: Indian Banks' Association

    CIC has finally ruled on 6th August 2008 that IBA is not a Public Authority as defined in the RTI Act.

    The full decision is attached to this post.
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