ICRA Limited

Company limited by Shares (2) 441+ employees

ICRA Limited Overview

441+ employees
Company limited by Shares
Non-govt company
16 Jan,1991
N/A Related OEMs
N/A No. of plants

Company Breakup

Name share
Foreign Holdings
Bodies Corporate
Mutual Funds
Total Number Of Shareholders 29416
Shareholding As On 2017-08-03

ICRA Limited 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.

20 Jul 2021

Increase in ethanol capacities to improve credit profile of sugar mills in FY23: Report

Advancement of Ethanol Blended Petrol-EBP20 along with favourable policies such as remunerative pricing of ethanol, easing of regulations to enable interstate movements as well as relatively relaxed procurement procedures by oil marketing companies (OMCs) have enthused large sugar mills to step up their distillery capacities, ICRA Senior Vice-President and Group Head Sabyasachi Majumdar said.

17 Jul 2021

Top 10 2W makers in India in Q1 FY22; CRISIL trims growth forecast

CRISIL Ratings has trimmed the growth estimate for two-wheelers this fiscal to 10%-12% against an earlier estimate of 18%-20%, owing to deeper and wider penetration of the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic into the hinterland, temporary closures of dealerships and higher channel inventory. Going forward, ETAuto analyses the market share of OEMs in the first quarter and the outlook for the year ahead.

23 Jun 2021

Gujarat policy will accelerate EV adoption: ICRA

The state government targets 110,000 e2Ws, 70,000 e3Ws and 20,000 e4Ws over the four-year policy period. The demand incentive of INR. 10,000/KwH shall be over and above any subsidies available from the central government.

23 Jun 2021

Non-ferrous metal prices under pressure given surplus in global market

Consequently, during Q1 of calendar year 2021, the markets of aluminium, copper and zinc were in surplus by 3 per cent, 4 per cent and 2 per cent, respectively, of their consumption. As per an ICRA note, while consumption growth rates of these metals were strong at 8 per cent, 3 per cent and 10 per cent in this quarter, respectively, supply increased faster, due to the dual effect of partial normalisation of the supply chain and production from fresh capacities which were commissioned in China in the recent months.

21 Jun 2021

Increased competition, lack of bidding may create stress in road sector

According to an ICRA report, with the entry of new players in the road sector, the competition had heated up with bidders quoting a discount of as high as 30-35 per cent to the NHAI's base price. The BOT (HAM) has also witnessed heightened competition resulting in average premium to NHAI cost-reducing to around 15 per cent from 25-30 per cent earlier and even negative O&M bid in some cases.

18 Jun 2021

General insurance industry to grow at 7 to 9 pc in FY22: ICRA

"Despite underwriting losses, the sector is expected to report marginal return on equity (3 to 4.5 percent) largely supported by investment income which is highly regulated by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI)," said ICRA.

14 Jun 2021

Higher incentives on electric 2-wheelers to reduce price gap with conventional vehicles: ICRA

In the latest modifications to the Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles in India scheme (FAME II), the government has increased demand incentive for electric two-wheelers (e2W) by 50 per cent to Rs 15,000 per kwh, from 10,000 per kwh earlier. The maximum cap on incentive for e2Ws was also increased to 40 per cent of vehicle cost from 20 per cent earlier, as per the modifications.

13 Jun 2021

International prices to help steelmakers tide over 2nd Covid wave: ICRA

ICRA expects domestic demand to recover in the coming months with the gradual lifting of lockdowns and mobility restrictions in India during June 2021 and improving vaccination coverage. This trend in turn will result in a pick-up in capacity utilisation levels, the agency said.

Directors of ICRA Limited

Name DIN Email Designation Date of joining
Farisa Zarin Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 15 Jun,2016
Thomas John Keller Jr Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 30 Jan,2015
Radhika Vijay Haribhakti Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 04 Dec,2014
Arun Duggal Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 11 Nov,2014
Ranjana Agarwal Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 11 Nov,2014
Min Ye Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 24 May,2013
Simon Richard Hastilow Unlock to View Unlock to View Director 24 May,2013
Naresh Takkar Unlock to View Unlock to View Managing director 01 Jul,2006

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