rating reiteration for India is unlikely to stir up the and as not many were expecting a rating revision by the international rater. The global agency maintained its BBB- with a stable outlook for India. The 10-year bond yields closed at seven per cent, from its previous close of 6.99 per cent, while the closed at 64.70 a dollar against its Thursday’s close of 64.57. S&P reiterated its after the markets closed. Moody’s upgraded India’s rating to Baa2 from Baa3 on November 16.
The Reserve Bank of India’s dispensation to allow asset reconstruction companies (ARCs) to hold more than 26% stake in distressed assets might bump up the valuations of the ARCs for foreign investors. The rule puts ARCs in a commanding position in deciding how an asset resolution should happen, something they could not do so far because of their limited shareholding. Technically, the latest rules give ARCs freedom to become owner of the stressed firm and drive the resolution process.
The Reserve Bank of (RBI) on Thursday allowed (ARCs) with a minimum net owned fund of Rs 100 crore to convert debt into worth more than 26 per cent. This gives greater control in a distressed asset and would encourage scouting for bad assets to tie up even more with domestically incorporated ARCs, said an executive with an asset reconstruction company. typically convert their acquired debt into in case they find the company can be nursed back to health.
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Selecting a term
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