Category Archives: Fitch

Webinar on India Public Sector Banks – The Road Ahead: India Ratings, 29 July 130PM IST, 4PM IST

Ind-Ra believes limited availability of growth capital for public sector banks (PSBs) could pull down their loan growth trajectories to a CAGR of 9% over FY16-FY19. This growth is the bare minimum to generate sufficient spreads that can absorb Ind-Ra’s expected operating and credit costs over this period. Do join us for this webinar on PSBs to get more details.

Registration is mandatory to attend the webinar. Request you to kindly use your work email address to register.

There are limited seats available to attend the webinar and the same will be served on first come first serve basis.

You can now post your questions to the analysts in advance. Request you to kindly send in your questions at investor.services@indiaratings.co.in

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India Ratings Webinar on Highway Sector – 24 Jun 2016 at 4 PM

Around INR 255bn of project level debt across 37 highway projects that were bid out by National Highways Authority of India may be under stress.

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In this webinar, India Ratings will discuss how Refinancing, Risk-balancing Could Steer Highway Sector Out of Troubles.

India Ratings and Research Fixed Income Survey 2QFY17 – Closing date 3 June

India Ratings and Research invites you to take the Investor Sentiment Survey to share your views on range of issues impacting Indian economy. It should not take more than 10 minutes of your time to complete the survey. Your responses will confidential and will not be shared with any third party.

A report will be published aggregating the responses at the end of the survey. The report will be published on www.indiaratings.co.in . This survey closes on 3 June 2016.

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India Ratings Webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on Pharmaceuticals, Tue, Mar 15, 2016 4:00 PM IST

India Ratings and Research invites you to a webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on Pharmaceuticals.

You can now post your questions to the analysts in advance. Request you to kindly send in your questions at investor.services@indiaratings.co.in

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There are limited seats available to attend the webinar and the same will be served on first come first serve basis.

India Ratings Webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on IT & Telecom, Fri, Mar 11, 2016 4:00 PM IST

India Ratings and Research invites you to a webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on IT & Telecom.
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You can now post your questions to the analysts in advance. Request you to kindly send in your questions at investor.services@indiaratings.co.in

Registration is mandatory to attend the webinar. Request you to kindly use your work email address to register.

There are limited seats available to attend the webinar and the same will be served on first come first serve basis.

India Ratings Webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on Steel and Cement, 4PM, 9th MARCH

India Ratings and Research invites you to a webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on Steel and Cement.
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You can now post your questions to the analysts in advance. Request you to kindly send in your questions at investor.services@indiaratings.co.in

Registration is mandatory to attend the webinar. Request you to kindly use your work email address to register.

There are limited seats available to attend the webinar and the same will be served on first come first serve basis.

India Ratings Webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on Infrastructure & Project Finance, 4PM IST, 4 MARCH

India Ratings and Research invites you to a webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on Infrastructure & Project Finance.
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You can now post your questions to the analysts in advance. Request you to kindly send in your questions at investor.services@indiaratings.co.in

Registration is mandatory to attend the webinar. Request you to kindly use your work email address to register.

There are limited seats available to attend the webinar and the same will be served on first come first serve basis.

India Ratings Webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on Real Estate and Construction, 4PM IST, 2nd March

India Ratings and Research invites you to a webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on Real Estate and Construction.
You can now post your questions to the analysts in advance. Request you to kindly send in your questions at investor.services@indiaratings.co.in

Registration is mandatory to attend the webinar. Request you to kindly use your work email address to register.

There are limited seats available to attend the webinar and the same will be served on first come first serve basis.

India Ratings Webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on Auto and Automotive Suppliers, 4PM IST 26 FEB

India Ratings and Research invites you to a webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on Auto and Automotive Suppliers.
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You can now post your questions to the analysts in advance. Request you to kindly send in your questions at investor.services@indiaratings.co.in

Registration is mandatory to attend the webinar. Request you to kindly use your work email address to register.

There are limited seats available to attend the webinar and the same will be served on first come first serve basis.

India Ratings Webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on Banks and NBFCs, 4PM IST 23 Feb

India Ratings and Research invites you to a webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on Banks and NBFCs.

You can now post your questions to the analysts in advance. Request you to kindly send in your questions at investor.services@indiaratings.co.in

Registration is mandatory to attend the webinar. Request you to kindly use your work email address to register.

There are limited seats available to attend the webinar and the same will be served on first come first serve basis.

India Ratings Webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on Power and Oil & Gas, 4PM IST 22 Feb

FY17 Sector Credit Outlook Webinar Series

India Ratings and Research invites you to the FY17 sector credit outlook webinar series, starting 19 Feb 2016.

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The webinar is hosted by lead analysts tracking their respective sectors. This webinar schedule is below.

There’s a seat limit for each webinar, and they’re sure to be snatched up quickly, so register today!

India Ratings Webinar on FY17 Sector Outlook on Structured Finance. 4pm IST 19 Feb

FY17 Sector Credit Outlook Webinar Series

India Ratings and Research invites you to the FY17 sector credit outlook webinar series, starting 19 Feb 2016.

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The webinar is hosted by lead analysts tracking their respective sectors. This webinar schedule is below.

There’s a seat limit for each webinar, and they’re sure to be snatched up quickly, so register today!

IndRA Event : “Gradual Economic Recovery – Can India Break Free?” Jan 22, 7:30 PM. MUMBAI

India Ratings and Research invites you for an event on 22 January, 2016 to discuss the FY17 Macroeconomic Outlook at The St. Regis, 462, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai 400013. The event will begin at 7:30 PM.

This year’s theme is, “Gradual Economic Recovery – Can India Break Free?”

As we enter into 2016, there is both relief and concern on the economic front. Relief because India is not only best placed among emerging/BRICS economies but is also at the doorstep of a new growth run. Concern because investment revival is nowhere in sight. Therefore, sustaining the growth momentum is going to be a challenge.

The Forum would focus on:

  • Macroeconomic Outlook for FY17
  • How has the consumption/investment story evolved so far?
  • Can India go past the current rate of GDP growth?

Dr. Devendra Kumar Pant, Chief Economist & Head Public Finance.

The forum will be followed by a cocktail dinner.

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Venue
The St. Regis Mumbai,
462, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel,
Mumbai 400013.
Time: 7:30 PM

We have limited seats. Register today.

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India Ratings’ Forum on the Macroeconomic Outlook for FY17 on 19 Jan 2016 in New Delhi

India Ratings and Research invites you for an event on 19 January, 2016 to discuss the FY17 Macroeconomic Outlook at The Imperial, in Janpath, New Delhi. The event will begin at 7 PM.

This year’s theme is, “Gradual Economic Recovery – Can India Break Free?”

As we enter into 2016, there is both relief and concern on the economic front. Relief becauseIndia is not only best placed among emerging/BRICS economies but is also at the doorstep of a new growth run. Concern because investment revival is nowhere in sight. Therefore, sustaining the growth momentum is going to be a challenge.

The Forum would focus on:

  • Macroeconomic Outlook for FY17
  • How has the consumption/investment story evolved so far?
  • Can India go past the current rate of GDP growth?

Dr. Devendra Kumar Pant, Chief Economist & Head Public Finance and Dr. Sunil Sinha, Principal Economist will present the outlook at the forum.

The forum will be followed by a cocktail dinner.

Venue
Le Meridien New Delhi,
Windsor Place, Raisina Road,
New Delhi 110001.
Time: 7:00 PM

We have limited seats. Register today.

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Ind-Ra Forum Invite: Event to discuss Commercial Mortgage Backed Securities on Dec 22, 2015, 4PM in Mumbai

ndia Ratings and Research invites you for High Tea with Arvind Rana, Associate Director and Jatin Nanaware, Director, Structured Finance to discuss the credit issues concerning CMBS structures in India. The event would be held on December 22, 2015 at 4 PM at our corporate office.

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Indian CMBS transactions are different in structure than those executed globally. Given the unique circumstances in which non-convertible debentures backed by property rental income have arrived in India, market participants have many questions on the key rating considerations and the nature of corporate entities that could benefit from this product. India Ratings has strived to answer these questions in its report.

We would be discussing the following issues:

  • Key factors that have allowed CMBS Debt to be rated at levels higher than LRD Ratings
  • Which types of entities are eligible for CMBS styled issuances
  • What are the key factors considered while rating a CMBS issuance

Venue
India Ratings and Research Corporate Headquarters, Wockhardt Towers, West Wing, Level 4, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra E, Mumbai 400 051.

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Ind-Ra Friday Invite: Macro-economic headwinds – What lies ahead for India?, 30 Oct, 4pm, BKC

India Ratings and Research invites you to for a Hi-Tea with Dr. Devendra Kumar Pant, Chief Economist & Head Public Finance to discuss the current macro-economic affairs on October 30, 2015 at 4 PM.

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With collapse of the global commodity prices and a stable government at the centre, what is in store for the Indian Economy?

The issues to be discussed:

  • Update on macro-economic outlook for FY16
  • How consumption story had evolved?
  • An insight rural economy

Venue 

India Ratings and Research Corporate Headquarters, Wockhardt Towers, West Wing, Level 4, Bandra Kurla Complex, Bandra E, Mumbai 400 051.

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Ind-Ra Webinar: Indian Corporates – Decade High Leverage Meets Dis-inflation The Long Road to Credit recovery, October 14, 2015 Time: 1:30 PM IST

The credit metrics of the 500 largest listed  corporate borrowers has not shown any meaningful improvement. In fact some credit metrics continued to deteriorate well into FY16. The recovery of corporate credit is facing challenges due to disinflation in the economy. As such corporate growth may continue to surprise on the downside since some corporates are in active deleveraging mode and are not chasing growth like in the past. Additionally, the weaker corporates are facing a curtailed ability to access capital (debt/equity) which has been stifling corporate performance.

Join us for a webinar on “Decade High Leverage Meets Dis-inflation- The Long Road to Credit recovery” to discuss our latest research and analysis on this issue on October 14, 2015 at 1:30 PM IST.   Click on Register Now

India Ratings and Research in a report titled Deleveraging by Indian Corporates an uphill task published in December 2014 mentioned that to even moderately reduce leverage levels, the 500 largest borrowers in India will require around 4 years or an immediate equity infustion of INR 7 lakh crore.

Back in July 2014, India Ratings in a report had highlighted that the profitability of Indian corporates was unlikely to improve. It was possibly the first report, highlighting deterioration in the earnings of India Inc.

India Ratings was also the first agency to preempt the concentration risks in banks, FCCB redemption pressure, refinancing risk and corporate earning woes.

In this webinar, we will also cover the corporate growth trajectory ahead and share insights about the small yet growing number of companies, whose credit profile is steadily improving.

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Webinar : How effective are hedging practices of corporates in containing some of the impact on their profitability? Join us on 16 September 2015 at 1.30 PM

The recent volatility in the currency markets has taken everyone by surprise. A rate hike by US Fed now seems more a question of ‘when’ rather than ‘if’. Ind-Ra looks at how India’s largest corporates are positioned to handle adverse currency movements.

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In this webinar, India Ratings will discuss the challenges faced by India’s top 500 corporate borrowers, in managing risks from the falling rupee. We look at the sensitivity of their profitability to currency movements and provide in-depth perspective on some well entrenched myths relating to importers and exporters.

How robust is the credit profile of corporate India to be able to withstand a sustained depreciation in the currency?

Are exporters likely to derive benefits of a fall in the rupee and become competitive?

Which sectors are likely to benefit and which are likely to see a negative impacted in the event of a currency depreciation?

How effective are hedging practices of corporates in containing some of the impact on their profitability?

Ind-Ra: Nearly Half of Top 500 Listed Borrowers Vulnerable to Weak Rupee

Ind-Ra: Nearly Half of Top 500 Listed Borrowers Vulnerable to Weak Rupee

Link to Ind-Ra’s report: Dollarisation of Top 500 Listed Corporate Borrowers

Ind-Ra-Mumbai-16 July 2015: The vulnerability of the top 500 listed corporate borrowers (ex-banking and financial services) to rupee depreciation remained high during FY14 despite a marginal improvement in sensitivity over previous years, says India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra). 234 of the 500 largest, listed corporate borrowers have a negative sensitivity to rupee (INR) depreciation. If rupee depreciates by 1% (against the US dollar (USD)), it would shave off their absolute EBITDA by 0.19% (median). However, this is lower than the 0.28% (median) observed across 237 negatively sensitive corporates in FY13.

To read the complete press release, CLICK HERE

India Ratings : Decoding India – A Macro-economic Perspective’, Bengaluru, Friday, August 7th, 2015 , 6:30 pm

We take great pleasure in inviting you to India Ratings Friday in Bengaluru, on Friday, August 7th, 2015 from 6:30 pm onwards, followed by cocktails and dinner

The theme of the event is ‘Decoding India – A Macro-economic Perspective’

“India’s economic growth is set to accelerate as capital investments gather pace and the government tackles bottlenecks that have stalled industrial projects”, says Reserve Bank of India Governor. The recent rebound in industrial production, better-than-expected monsoons, pick-up in corporate hiring activity and push to government spending for infrastructure – all seem to indicate that economic and industrial revival has begun, despite global headwinds. However, some issues still remain that pose a challenge to economic growth.

Join Dr. Sunil Kumar Sinha, Principal Economist and Director – Public Finance, India Ratings and Research, as we discuss the outlook for the Indian economy going ahead.

The presentation will be followed by an interactive Q & A session and cocktails with dinner.

Venue:
The Park, Bangalore
14/7, MG Road, Bangalore- 560042.

We are confident that you will find this interaction useful and look forward to your participation!. However, registration for the event is compulsory

Register soon, limited seats available.

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