Webinar: NBFCs – Benefiting from the tectonic shift away from PSU Banks?, Fri, Jul 10, 2015 1:30 PM IST

Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs) have increased their share in domestic credit between FY10 and FY15 at the expense of government banks, while their stocks have outperformed that of the private banks. Evidence suggests that this increase in share may continue, given that the sector continues to attract capital and funding. The inclusion in the Sarfaesi Act and the setting up of the Mudra Bank are other structural benefits for NBFCs.

In this webinar, India Ratings will discuss the following:

  • Where has NBFCs’ growth come from? Is it sustainable? What does Basel III norms for banks imply for NBFCs?
  • Where are the risks building up? Are NBFCs insulated from the taper?
  • NBFCs or banks? How is the debate progressing?
  • What rating actions did India Ratings take on NBFCs in FY15? What is the rating outlook?
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About India Ratings
India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) is India’s Most Respected credit rating agency committed to providing the India’s credit markets with accurate, timely and prospective credit opinions. Built on a foundation of independent thinking, rigorous analytics, and an open & balanced approach towards credit research, Ind-Ra has grown rapidly during the past decade gaining significant market presence in India’s fixed income market.

Ind-Ra currently maintains coverage of corporate issuers, financial institutions, which includes banks and insurance companies. Finance & leasing companies and managed funds, Urban Local Bodies and Project Finance.

With six offices in India located at Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Kolkata, Ind-Ra is part of Fitch Group, a global leader in financial information services. Ind-Ra is recognised by the Securities and Exchange Board of India, the Reserve Bank of India and National Housing Bank.

About Fitch Group
Fitch Group is a global leader in financial information services with operations in more than 30 countries. Fitch Group is comprised of: Fitch Ratings, a global leader in credit ratings and research; Fitch Solutions, a leading provider of credit market data, analytical tools and risk services; BMI Research, an independent provider of country risk and industry analysis specializing in emerging and frontier markets; and Fitch Learning, a preeminent training and professional development firm. With dual headquarters in London and New York, Fitch Group is majority owned by Hearst Corporation.



The Association of International Wealth Management of India (AIWMI) is a not-for-profit organization and a globally recognized membership association for finance professionals. AIWMI primarily focuses on the broad and strategic role of developing a more robust and forward-looking training infrastructure for the financial services sector and to promote more active industry involvement and collaboration in training and continuing education. AIWMI is offering advanced international certification programs along with a wide variety of high-quality executive education programs. AIWMI programs combine state-of-the-art knowledge and skills with practical experience and insights into the functioning of the financial sector. All AIWMI courses and educational events have an intense and pragmatic curriculum. Participants are exposed to the latest developments within the financial services sector. AIWMI plays a key role in guiding the development of the financial services sector. AIWMI works with key industry participants’ viz. the Government, the Regulators, the Industries/Associations, the Corporate, the Media and the General Public to achieve its objectives. Besides enhancing technical competence and professionalism in the industry, AIWMI organizes events and facilitates discussions to promote best practices in leadership and talent development in the financial sector with an aim to become Asia’s premier center of excellence for financial education.

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