The Credit Growth Landscape of India analyses the causes of a slowdown in non-food credit growth, especially to industry, since 2010. A rise in stressed assets in the balance sheet of banks, particularly those in the public sector, has adversely impacted the credit growth landscape in the country.
The report studies the impact of various policy measures taken to revitalize stressed and non-performing assets. Additionally, it suggests policy recommendations for the banking sector. This report would be useful for the companies and investors to understand the current credit landscape in India and help in decision making about future investments in different industries.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Executive Summary
- Key Findings
2 Credit Growth Performance in India, FY11-FY17
- A Steady Decline in Non-food Credit Growth to Industry from 22.4% in FY11 to 0.6% until July FY17
- Infrastructure and Construction-related Sectors to See the Highest Slowdown in Credit Growth
- Reasons for Fall in Credit Growth - Stressed Assets or High Interest Rates?
- Rise in the Share of Non-performing Assets in Total Advances through FY16
3 Measures to Revitalize Distressed Assets
Starting in FY15, the RBI Adopted a Five-step Approach to Revitalize Stressed Assets in the Banking Sector
- Step 1: Set-up of Central Repository of Information on Large Credits in February 2014
- Step 2: Guidelines to Form Joint Lenders' Forum Issued in February 2014
- Step 3: Tightening of Conditions to Allow Restructure of Viable Projects only in April 2015
- Step 4: Launch of Strategic Debt Restructuring (SDR) Scheme in June 2015
- Step 5: Scheme for Sustainable Structuring of Stressed Assets (S4A) Launched in June 2016
4 Policy Recommendations
- Policy Recommendations - Banking Sector
- A US $1-Billion Opportunity - Distressed Debt Funds
- Legal Disclaimer
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