Crisil

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

INDIA HO
MUMBAI
COMPANY SIZE
2854+ employees
CIN
L67120MH1987PLC042363
TYPE
Public
CATEGORY
Company limited by Shares
SUB-CATEGORY
Non-govt company
WEBSITE
http://www.crisil.com
EMAIL
minal.bhosale@crisil.com
FOUNDED
29 Jan,1987
PAID-UP CAPITAL
71,627,525
AUTHORISED CAPITAL
100,000,000
N/A Related OEMs
N/A No. of plants

Company Breakup

Name share
Foreign Holdings
7.78%
Others
0.00%
Bodies Corporate
68.52%
Mutual Funds
4.75%
Individuals
13.19%
Banks
5.76%
Total Number Of Shareholders 41059
Shareholding As On 2017-04-20

Crisil in News

06 Aug 2022

Balkrishna Industries - A high-margin tyre company, growing at a steady pace

Balkrishna Industries has a good export presence as 83% of FY22 volumes for the company came from exports. The company has a strong presence in Europe, contributing to 51.6% of the total revenue. According to the company’s recent earnings call, the global market share of the company was about 5%-6%. In segmental sales, the agriculture segments had the majority share of 65.5% in volumes for FY22.

06 Aug 2022

Loan EMIs to go up after RBI hikes rates by 50 basis points to 5.4%

This the third straight hike by the central bank in four months and is expected to hike borrowing costs for corporates and individuals. The RBI's action automatically pushes up the cost of mortgages as over 90% of bank home loans are linked to the repo rate. While deposit rates will also rise, the increase is expected to be slower as the banking system is still flush with the pandemic stimulus.

05 Aug 2022

Analysts see policy rate crossing 6% this fiscal

Neutral policy rate is the short term policy rate that is expected to stabilise the economy in the long run by letting the economy realise its growth potential but keep the inflation within the target range and inflationary expectation well anchored.

03 Aug 2022

India has an EV super app coming: Govt working on one-stop shop for all key info

State-run Convergence Energy Services Limited (CESL) is in the process of collating information from the private sector for the super app, which is scheduled to go live in the next 4-6 weeks. The app will detail availability, charger types and charging tariffs, allowing users to make and change reservations at nearby stations.

26 Jul 2022

EV share in auto components to be 9-11% by FY27: Report

“Improving cost viability of EVs versus ICE vehicles, and rising consumer demand for environmentally cleaner mobility will drive the transition to EVs. Among the key auto segments, two-wheelers and passenger vehicles (PVs) are seen driving the transition, with their penetration rising to 19% (from ~2.5% currently) and 7% (from less than 1% currently), respectively, over the next five fiscals," Pushan Sharma, Director, Crisil Research.

24 Jul 2022

Rupee faces risk of further decline to 82 vs USD in near term: Experts

There is widespread speculation that the US Fed in its July 26-27 meeting may increase the interest rate by 50-75 basis points, which could result in flight of capital from emerging nations like India. With dollar outflow and elevated level of crude oil prices, the rupee would see further depreciation.

20 Jul 2022

Slide may hit anti-inflation moves, put pressure on current a/c deficit

The rupee’s slide may have some implication for inflation management. But overall, the macroeconomic fundamentals of the economy remain robust to deal with short-term shocks. For now, the most crucial impact would be on inflation as the country imports nearly 80% of its crude oil needs.

06 Jul 2022

Corporate defaults may rise again on cost pressures: Report

The annual default rate has nearly halved to 2.2 per cent in FY22, marginally higher than 2 per cent in FY21, for the straight two fiscal years on the back of a K-shaped recovery evident in the default rates, Crisil said in a report.

01 Jul 2022

Crisil lowers GDP growth estimate to 7.3% for FY23

Crisil said there are a slew of negatives like high commodity prices, elevated freight prices, drag on exports as global growth projections get lowered, and the largest demand side driver of private consumption remaining weak.

22 Jun 2022

Vehicle sales spike to rev up auto parts sector turnover by 14-16% in FY23: CRISIL

The rating agency has noted that the operating margin will be stable at 12%-13% due to better capacity utilisation and the passing on of the higher input costs to customers with a lag. Improved demand outlook across segments will drive a 30% rise in capital expenditure, which will be funded partly through debt, and the balance through higher accruals generated.

20 Jun 2022

Steel levy: Smaller players gain, but big companies suffer

Smaller steelmakers benefited from the duty changes as their costs went down and they had little adverse impact on their business, while large steelmakers' export business nosedived as duty revisions made Indian steel uncompetitive on the global stage.

16 Jun 2022

Basket composition drives inflation wedge, CPI-WPI divergence to continue

Unlike retail inflation, WPI does not include services, which is witnessing lower inflation compared with goods. Fuel, which has remained high, has a much higher weight in WPI than in CPI, and economists expect the rising wholesale inflation to continue to maintain upward pressure on retail inflation.

15 Jun 2022

Fighting inflation: India looks to rains, not just rates

"Will monetary policy action will be able to contain (food inflation)? Very honestly, it will not," said Indranil Pan, chief economist at Yes Bank. "It will at best contain the second round implications and arrest the inflation expectations from moving on the higher side."

14 Jun 2022

Profitability for NBFCs may remain stable despite squeeze in margin

“Last fiscal, many NBFCs had released their provisioning buffers partially, which had reduced their credit costs. There is still a reasonable amount of cushion available — 0.5% to 2% of assets — as contingency provisioning. That means incremental provisioning would be lower. Consequently, profitability is likely to be nearly stable this fiscal compared with last,” said Ajit Velonie, director with the rating company.

11 Jun 2022

Factory output begins FY23 on a high, jumps 7.1% in April

Manufacturing, which has a dominant 77.6% weight in the index of industrial production (IIP), grew 6.3% in the first month of FY23. Electricity generation rose 11.8% while mining output was up 7.8%, though the base effect of Covid-hit April 2021 partly magnified growth.

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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