PTC India Financial Services Ltd has informed that Crisil has assigned its highest rating CRISIL A1 to the proposed Short Term Debt Programme (including Commercial Paper) and CRISIL A /Stable to the proposed Non-Convertible Debenture of PTC India Financial Services Ltd.
1.19 PM Apr 2nd
PTC India Financial Services Ltd has informed BSE that Crisil has assigned its highest rating “CRISIL A1 ” (pronounced as CRISIL A one plus) to the proposed Short Term Debt Programme (including Commercial Paper) and “CRISIL A /Stable” (pronounced as CRISIL A plus rating with Stable outlook
1.19 PM Apr 2nd
Source:VC Circle - The lower ceiling for commercial paper will allow FIIs to put more money in other forms of corporate debt. The Reserve Bank of India has lowered the sub-limit for foreign institutional investors (FIIs) to invest in commercial papers to $2 billion from
3.22 PM Feb 17th
REGULATORY: The Reserve Bank of India has cut sub-limit on foreign institutional investment in commercial papers to $2.0 bln from $3.5 bln. The Securities and Exchange Board of India has fined eight directors of GOLDEN TOBACCO 10 mln rupees for violation of substantial acquisition of shares
11.28 AM Feb 17th
-term rating is “Stable”.The credit rating for the Commercial Paper of Rs. 200 Crore of the Company has been reaffirmed as [ICRA]A1 (SO) (pronounced ICRA A one plus Structured obligation). Investments with [ICRA]A1 rating are considered to have very strong degree of safety regarding timely payment
6.12 PM Nov 5th 2013
Source:Economic Times - MUMBAI: The commercial paper (CP) market is coming back to life after a two-month hiatus with over two-fold jump in fund raising in October from that of August. Air-conditioner maker Blue Star and investing firm Piramal Enterprises have rushed to raise funds ahead
1.04 PM Oct 23rd 2013
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