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CRISIL Limited Photo 2018-10-18 12:51

Recent regulatory changes and policy announcements have aimed to increase participation and deepen India’s corporate bond market, reducing the heavy skew in corporate credit towards the banking system.

Will these changes be for the better? Answers to this and more at CRISIL’s upcoming #Bo...

CRISIL Limited Photo 2018-10-17 15:31

Register for #CRISIL’s upcoming 5th #BondMarketSeminar, where industry experts will discuss the impact of recent recommendations made to the regulations and policies for the domestic debt market. http://bit.ly/CRISILBondMarketSeminar

CRISIL Limited Photo 2018-10-16 16:17

#CRISIL’s consolidated income from operations for Q3 2018 rose 4% to ₹425.46 crore. While the total income was up by 10% year-on-year, profit after tax was up by 30% year-on-year. For more, read here: bit.ly/CRISILFinResQ32018

CRISIL Limited Photo 2018-10-15 15:11

The quintessential seminar on India’s corporate #BondMarket is back with its 5th edition. #CRISIL’s Bond Market Seminar will host a wide array of discussions around the changing dynamics in the bond market in India. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be a part of this seminar. Register here:...

CRISIL Limited Photo 2018-10-12 13:37

#CRISILResearch expects corporate revenue growth, excluding that of BFSI and oil companies, to print at ~12% on-year for Q2 FY19, marking the 4th consecutive quarter of double-digit growth. Broad-based recovery across consumption-linked sectors, coupled with higher commodity prices, ...
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CRISIL Limited Video 2018-10-12 10:34

#CRISILResearch expects the deposit growth to be ~8.5% on-year in #FY19 partly supported by higher deposit rates offered by the banking sector. Read #CRISILResearch’s latest report for more insights. http://bit.ly/MonetaryPolicy-Review
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CRISIL Limited Video 2018-10-12 10:00

#CRISILResearch expects banking credit to grow upwards of 10% on-year in #FY19, driven by strong retail growth, increase in working capital requirement and more. Read #CRISILResearch’s latest report for more insights. http://bit.ly/MonetaryPolicy-Review

CRISIL Limited Photo 2018-10-12 09:06

Driven by a surge in direct assignments (DA) by banks, securitisation volume soared 95% on-year to ₹67,700 crore in the first-half of #FY19. Volume in pass-through certificates also rose impressively despite headwinds caused by a change in the treatment of transactions under the new IND-...

Opinion | Caging the current account deficit

Ballooning CAD is result of unfavourable global as well as domestic factors. While the former is largely outside our control, domestic bottlenecks should be addressed. For more insights, read the article by #CRISIL’s Chief Economist, Dharmakirti Joshi, and Junior Economist, Pankhuri Tand...

CRISIL Limited Photo 2018-10-10 15:48

The #FinanceMinistry’s announcement of a reduction in #petrol and #diesel prices of ₹2.50 per litre might result in oil marketing facing a ₹3500 crore blow to their operating profit in Q3 of #FY19. Read more in the Business Standard exclusive here: http://bit.ly/ProfitHitForOMCs
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