MUMBAI: The crippled non-banking financial companies are hoping for better days in the New Year as they expect liquidity conditions to improve on the back of various measures announced by the government and the Reserve Bank. Asset quality pressures, liquidity squeeze, asset-liability mismatches, higher borrowing costs, rising defaults levels, and rating downgrades made 2019 Read More →

Para banks would face tighter liquidity, higher funding costs and consequently lower net interest margins (NIMs) in FY20 as they overhaul their balance sheets toward longer-term borrowings, IndiaRatings & Research said in its outlook report on Tuesday. The Fitch-owned rating company expects wholesale financing NBFCs, especially those lending to real estate, micro and small enterprises Read More →

  The woes of non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) are not over yet. Margin pressure, tepid growth, reduced liquidity buffers and delinquencies in select segments will continue to bother NBFCs in FY20 as well. NBFCs may face margin pressure in FY20 due to a rise in funding cost and a decline in growth rates, leading to Read More →