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Indian Banking Sector; RBI Framework for Dealing with Domestic Systemically Important Banks (D-SIBs) to Increase Banks’ Capital Requirement Further        Indian Spinning Industry; Stable with possible downside risk emanating from recent policy changes in China        Indian Gold Jewellery Retail Industry; Recent notification on inclusion of erstwhile saving schemes under the definition of deposits forces jewellers to re-jig their schemes and funding mix; smaller players likely to witness temporary liquidity strain        Indian Cement Sector; Demand recovery in sight; however, profitability continues to remain under pressure due to cost headwinds        Power Sector: Limited tariff hikes so far by SERCs for FY 2014-15, coupled with rising subsidy dependence for the sector as a whole; Subsidy estimated at Rs. 720 billion for FY 2015        Power sector continues to face challenges; given the falling thermal PLFs, rising subsidy for state owned distribution utilities & uncertainty over resolution of tariff compensations for the affected private sector IPPs…        Indian Mortgage Finance Market; Long-term Bonds by Banks for Affordable Housing - HFCs competitive positioning may weaken        Indian Automobile Industry; Most automobile segments showing an improvement in growth numbers        Indian Pharmaceutical Industry; Inclusion of additional drugs under price control, a credit negative for branded generics industry        Indian Banking Sector; RBI Guidelines on Issue of Long-term Bonds by Banks for Infrastructure Financing- A Positive for Banks & Indian Bond Market       
 
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Indian Banking Sector; RBI Framework for Dealing with Domestic Systemically Important Banks (D-SIBs) to Increase Banks’ Capital Requirement Further
Indian Spinning Industry; Stable with possible downside risk emanating from recent policy changes in China
Indian Gold Jewellery Retail Industry; Recent notification on inclusion of erstwhile saving schemes under the definition of deposits forces jewellers to re-jig their schemes and funding mix; smaller players likely to witness temporary liquidity strain
Indian Cement Sector; Demand recovery in sight; however, profitability continues to remain under pressure due to cost headwinds
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INSURANCE SECTOR RATING

ICRA’s Claims Paying Ability Ratings (CPRs) for insurance companies are ICRA’s opinion on the ability of the insurers concerned to honour policyholder claims and obligations on time. In other words, a CPR is ICRA’s opinion on the financial strength of the insurer, from a policyholder’s perspective. Following deregulation, a paradigm shift is expected in the domestic insurance sector as newer players and products enter the market. Given this scenario, ICRA expects its CPRs to be an important input influencing the consumer’s choice of insurance companies and products. ICRA’s Rating process involves analysis of an insurer’s business fundamentals and its competitive position, and focuses primarily on the insurer’s franchise value, its management, organisational structure/ownership, and underwriting and investment strategies. Besides, the analysis includes assessment of an insurance company’s profitability, liquidity, operating and financial leverage, capital adequacy, and asset/liability management method.

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