[INDIAN ECONOMIC NEWS] Good morning, everyone. I’m Kim suhyeon staff of Kamagroup Pvt. Ltd. Here I have an important Indian economic news to share with you which is as undermentioned.
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has decided to assign risk weights for the rated exposures of banks to all non-banking financial companies (NBFC) to facilitate credit flow to the sector that is reeling under liquidity pressure post IL&FS defaults in August.
The guidelines will be out by February end.
“With a view to facilitating flow of credit to well-rated NBFCs, it has now been decided that rated exposures of banks to all NBFCs, excluding Core Investment Companies (CICs), would be risk-weighted as per the ratings assigned by the accredited rating agencies, in a manner similar to that for corporates,” said RBI in a statement on development and regulatory policies. “Exposures to CICs will continue to be risk-weighted at 100%. Guidelines in this regard will be issued by the end of February 2019.”
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