Interest on rupee denominated bonds to attract 5% tax
Interest on rupee denominated bonds to attract 5% tax

Reserve Bank of India has recently permitted the corporates to issue rupee denominated bonds outside India.

Govt-appointed panel on CSR to finalise report next month

Interestingly, nearly two-third of the top listed firms have failed to make the minimum 2 per cent CSR spend in the first year (2014-15 fiscal).

Greece debt crisis: Overseas borrowing may become dearer for India
Greece debt crisis: Overseas borrowing may become dearer for India

Indian corporates might face higher borrowing cost in the overseas market in short-run due to the Greek debt crisis, India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has said.

RBI relaxes norms for raising ECB in rupee

The Reserve Bank Thursday relaxed norms to help Indian corporates to raise funds in rupees from overseas lenders.

Zee Ministerial Conclave: PM Narendra Modi's 1 year in office gets thumbs up from India Inc

Evaluating government's performance at the Zee Media Conclave Modi @1, Indian corporates said that Narendra Modi's 'acche din' dream will come true gradually.

PSU banks need more time to improve credit profile: Moody's

Indian PSU banks will need years to improve their credit profiles as the asset quality is tied up with a slow, multi-year recovery of corporate balance sheets, said global ratings agency Moody's on Wednesday.

India to have strong presence at WEF's Davos meet

The meeting, which would start on January 20 and continue till January 24, will see over 2,500 corporate and political leaders, as also 40 heads of states and governments from across the world.

Weak corporate financial health affecting banks' asset quality: Moody's

The non-performing assets of banks will continue to act as a drag on the bank's credit quality, Moody's said.

RBI eases overseas investment norms for Indian corporates

The Reserve Bank Thursday relaxed norms for overseas investment by Indian corporates by raising their borrowing limit.

India Inc needs $1.52 bn to refinance debt in 2014: RBS

Leading British brokerage RBS Wednesday said Indian corporates will have to arrange USD 1.52 billion funds in foreign exchange in the current calendar year to refinance their debt, which will jump to USD 2.3 billion next year and to USD 9.1 billion in 2016.

India remains bankable investment destination: Pilot

Asserting that India remains a bankable investment destination, Union Minister Sachin Pilot has said that maintaining faith of Indian corporates in our economy should be given more importance than being obsessed with ways to boost foreign investments.

Fund raising via commercial paper drops 15% to Rs 1.7 lakh cr

Fund raising by Indian corporates through issuance of commercial paper declined by 15 percent to Rs 1.70 lakh crore in the first half of the 2013-14 fiscal.

RBI eases overseas investment norms for Indian corporates

RBI also clarified that the curbs on capital outflows imposed on August 14 will not apply with retrospective effect.

Corporates should have consistent policy on hedging: Experts

Corporates should have a consistent policy on hedging to protect their balance sheets from adverse forex impact, according to experts.

Corporates to cut gift budget by 50% this Diwali: Survey

Indian corporates will cut their budget for Diwali gifts by about 50 per cent this year due to high inflation and shrinking profit margins, a survey by industry body Assocham said on Friday.

'Corporates credit quality will improve on pick-up in growth'

"We believe that we are at the end of the credit quality cycle and going forward the pressures will ease," Crisil Rating's director Somasekhar Vemuri told reporters on a conference call here.

DRI puts scanner on foreign pvt jets of Indian corporates

The agency has brought close to 15 corporate houses under its scanner and is suspecting that once they finish their probe.

US Exim Bank considering $2bn proposals from Indian corporates

He said the bank is also interested in extending education loans to students planning to study in the US.

US downgrade to hike funding costs for Indian companies: Crisil

Rating agency Crisil on Monday said funding cost for Indian corporates are expected to become expensive with the downgrade of US sovereign rating by Standard & Poor's recently.