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Crisil says half of its rated mid-sized cos eligible for loan recast under new guidelines

Crisil says half of its rated mid-sized cos eligible for loan recast under new guidelines

A day after the RBI allowed another round of restructuring, largest domestic ratings agency Crisil on Thursday said half of the mid-size ...Read More

Loan restructuring, other measures announced by govt to cushion PSBs from shock: DFS Secy

Loan restructuring, other measures announced by govt to cushion PSBs from shock: DFS Secy

Despite the pandemic, the lockdown and the consequent damage done to the economy, there are quick signs of recovery, Financial Services S...Read More

Only standard loan accounts as of March 1 can be recast under pandemic scheme: RBI

Only standard loan accounts as of March 1 can be recast under pandemic scheme: RBI

In clarifications issued late last night to borrowers as well as lenders about the August 6 circular, RBI said a loan account that was du...Read More

Pandemic-driven loan recast to take GNPAs to 11.5 pc by March: Report

Pandemic-driven loan recast to take GNPAs to 11.5 pc by March: Report

Care Ratings expects 4-5 per cent of the existing loans to be stressed and opt for restructurings through the course of the year.

Two-thirds of Crisil-rated companies eligible for one-time loan recast

Two-thirds of Crisil-rated companies eligible for one-time loan recast

Domestic rating agency Crisil on Thursday said close to two-thirds of its rated entities would be eligible for one-time loan restructurin...Read More

Kamath panel framework better than CDR, but may just postpone recognition of stress: Analysts

Kamath panel framework better than CDR, but may just postpone recognition of stress: Analysts

In the absence of an economic revival and sector-specific packages to be introduced by the government, the new mechanism will be "challen...Read More

Aviation, hospitality cos likely to seek loan recast

Aviation, hospitality cos likely to seek loan recast

There may not be a rush for restructuring from corporates as only those sectors which are having cash flow problems are likely to go in f...Read More

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