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NBFC profitability to remain stable amid 85-105 bps in funding cost: Crisil

Rs 15 trn debt as on March 31 is due for repricing in FY23 owing to interest reset or maturity. Another Rs 3 trn of incremental debt is likely to be raised to support growth in lending

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NBFCs | Reserve Bank of India | Crisil ratings

Abhijit Lele  |  Mumbai 



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The hardening of interest rates is likely to raise the cost of funds for companies by 85-105 basis points (bps) as their debt, amounting to Rs 18 trillion, gets repriced in the current financial year, according to .

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First Published: Tue, June 14 2022. 17:05 IST

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