Company limited by Shares (2) 2854+ employees

Crisil Description

Crisil is a global analytical company with a vision of making markets function better. Majorly owned by S&P Global Inc., they are the leading provider of transparent and independent ratings, analytics and data to the capital and commodity markets all across the globe. A strong track record growth and global footprint makes them stand out from the crowd. They have been successful in delivering independent opinions, actionable insights and efficient solutions to over 100,000 customers. Their businesses are operate from India, Argentina, United Kingdom, United States of America, Poland, China, Hong Kong and Singapore. Their client list ranges from micro, small and medium companies to large corporates, investors, to top global financial brands. They also work with commercial and investment banks, insurance companies, private equity players and asset management companies globally. Crisil research is India's largest independent research house. CRISIL research meets the requirements of more than 750 Indian and global clients, with the help of constant innovation, comprehensive research offerings, which covers the economy, industry and companies. The company is a preferred service provider to 90% of India's commercial banks, four of the world's largest consulting firms and to all the leading brokers, private equity players and investment banks. The company also offers products and services covering both the markets: equity and debt, making markets function better. Offerings under CRISIL Equities are divided as independent equity research and initial public offer grading. The company also plays a major role in India's funds and fixed income markets. They are running the largest and the most comprehensive database on India's debt markets covering around 18,000 securities. Their services have been divided into a various segments which include global research & analytics, India research, capital markets research, infrastructure advisory, risk solutions and executive training.

Crisil Overview

2854+ employees
Company limited by Shares
Non-govt company
29 Jan,1987
N/A Related OEMs
N/A No. of plants

Company Breakup

Name share
Foreign Holdings
Bodies Corporate
Mutual Funds
Total Number Of Shareholders 41059
Shareholding As On 2017-04-20

Crisil in News

28 Jul 2021

Auto exports grow many folds in Q1; will it sustain the momentum?

Owing to several factors impacting the automobile industry since last year, vehicle exports from India recorded a sharp jump in Q1 FY22. With a slower sequential recovery of the domestic sales and the fear of the third wave looming large, ETAuto analyses the constraints lying ahead for the Indian automobile exports, and will the export growth trend in April-June 2021 quarter sustain the momentum in the remaining quarters.

14 Jun 2021

Luxury and hunger: India sees two faces of an unequal pandemic

Modi has extended — until November — an existing program to make available fixed amounts of free food grains to 800 million people. Additional wheat and rice entitlements did help the poor last year. Yet, in the absence of incomes, the bottom quartile of the population had to drastically cut down expenditure on eggs, meat and fruit.

07 Jun 2021

Second wave to shrink CV volume growth to 23-28% this fiscal

The earlier projection was 32%-37%. The CV market had also seen two consecutive fiscals of steep volume decline of 29% and 21% in 2020 and 2021, respectively, following multiple headwinds such as revised axle norms and BS-VI transition. However, the agency expects recovery in demand from the second quarter with easing lockdowns and pace of vaccinations picking up.

06 Jun 2021

Crisil fears large companies will benefit from RBI sops for contact-intensive sectors

The RBI on Friday relaxed the eligibility criteria for the restructuring window offered under the Resolution Framework 2.0 to INR 50 crore. Earlier, only half of the rated companies were eligible for the package when the loan eligibility threshold was set at INR 25 crore. It also launched the INR 15,000-crore liquidity facility.

27 May 2021

Autocomp sector set for a rebound after two tough fiscals: Crisil

The Rs 3.2 lakh crore sector derives 60 percent of its revenue from automobile original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) with the balance split equally between replacement demand and exports. Hetal Gandhi, Director at CRISIL Research, said the ongoing rebound in economic activity will drive a strong recovery for OEMs next fiscal.

19 May 2021

Auto MSMEs face hard times for want of cash inflow, orders and labour

From mid-April 2021 capacity utilisation of most of the auto sector MSMEs began to fall owing to labour shortage, lack of orders and disruption in cash inflow. Unlike OEMs and tier-I component makers, MSMEs depend entirely on regular cash inflow to stay afloat as they have hardly any cash reserves to withstand continuous suspension of work. Industry insiders say that most of the MSMEs are struggling to pay salaries and run their daily basic operations.

08 May 2021

Majority of SMEs qualify for restructuring says Crisil

Last fiscal, a third of these SMEs had cushioned their liquidity by availing of the RBI mandated six month moratorium on bank loans. Later a bounce back in demand helped in recovery which had limited the number of companies that had opted for restructuring under the first restructuring window that ended on March 31 2021.

22 Apr 2021

Lower oxygen supplies to temporarily impact 5 sectors: Crisil

With demand for medical oxygen soaring, the Centre has barred industrial use (except by nine sectors) from April 22. Demand for medical oxygen is estimated to have rocketed five-fold in the second week of April versus pre-pandemic levels as Covid-19 infections took off, Crisil said on Wednesday.

10 Mar 2021

Indian economy to grow at 11% in FY'22: Crisil

While exports are recovering well for large industries, and agriculture and allied sectors, they remain weak for labour-intensive, small-enterprise driven segments such as gems and jewellery, garments, and leather products because of their discretionary nature.

01 Mar 2021

Credit demand may almost double to 9-10% in FY22: Report

While bank credit growth had contracted 0.8 per cent in the first half of this fiscal, it recovered sharply in the third quarter by growing 3 per cent sequentially. In the fourth quarter, too, it should clock 3 per cent sequential growth, Krishnan Sitaraman, a senior director at Crisil said on Monday.

29 Jan 2021

Soaring fuel prices to lend wheels to CNG adoption in India: CRISIL

The price of petrol has breached Rs 85 a liter in New Delhi as excise duty rose by Rs 13 to Rs 32.98 per litre in 2020. In calendar 2021, CRISIL Research expects Brent crude to rise by about 23% year-on-year to an average $50-55 per barrel from $42.3 per barrel in 2020, as economic activity recovers globally.

Directors of Crisil

Name DIN Email Designation Date of joining
Ravinder Singhania Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 19 Jul,2017
Martina Li Wan Cheung Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 19 Jul,2016
John Lee Berisford Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 19 Jul,2016
Ashu Suyash Unlock to View Unlock to View Managing director 01 Jun,2015
Vinita Bali Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 14 Feb,2014
Meleveetil Damodaran Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 14 Jan,2014
Douglas Leeland Peterson Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 28 Oct,2011
Nachiket Madhusudan Mor Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 24 Jul,2008
Hoshang Noshirwan Sinor Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 26 Oct,2007

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