CRISIL

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CRISIL Limited
Type Public company
Traded as BSECRISIL
NSECRISIL
Founded 1987[1]
Headquarters Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Services Ratings, research, risk and policy advisory
Revenue Increase INR5390 million (US$87 million) (March 2010)[2]
Operating income Increase INR2075 million (US$34 million) (March 2010)[2]
Profit Increase INR1608 million (US$26 million) (March 2010)[2]
Website www.crisil.com

Credit Rating Information Services of India Limited (CRISIL) is a global analytical company providing ratings, research, and risk and policy advisory services.[3] CRISIL’s majority shareholder is Standard & Poor's, a division of McGraw-Hill Financial and provider of financial market intelligence.[4]

CRISIL’s businesses can be divided into three broad categories - Ratings, Research and Advisory. CRISIL Ratings has rated/assessed over 61,000 entities in India. Its rating capabilities span the entire range of debt instruments and it has worked across the corporate strata, from large corporates in the country to the SMEs.

Under Research, CRISIL Global Research & Analytics serves global investment banks and financial institutions with high-end research, risk, analytics, equity and credit research services. Its credit research supports 80 per cent of the global structured finance market, and over 60 per cent of the global credit markets. The company's equity research covers over 90 per cent of the global trading volumes and 88 per cent of the global market capitalisation.

In India, CRISIL Research is an independent and integrated research house and provides growth forecasts, profitability analysis, emerging trends, expected investments, industry structure and regulatory frameworks.

CRISIL Infrastructure Advisory is a division of CRISIL Risk and Infrastructure Solutions (CRIS) Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of CRISIL Limited. It helps shape policy and establish viable frameworks to improve the risk profile of infrastructure projects. It works with government agencies in enhancing their capacity, capabilities and internal financial viability, and support implementation of infrastructure improvement initiatives.

CRISIL Risk Solutions (CRS), the other division of CRIS, provides a range of risk management tools, analytics and solutions to financial institutions, banks, and corporates, in India, and across the world.[5]

Shareholding Pattern[edit]

As on 30 Jun 2014

  • Promoter & Promoter Group (Foreign) 67.41%
  • Indian 0.00%
  • Public Shareholding 32.59%
  • Institutions 18.23%
  • Non-Institutions 14.36%
  • ADR's/GDR's & Others 0.00%


The top 10 shareholders as on 14 Aug 2013

  • McGraw Hill Financial Inc. 67.84%
  • Jhunjhunwala Rakesh & Rekha 5.50%
  • General Insurance Corporation of India 4.01%
  • Unit Trust of India 2.44%
  • Acacia Partners.LP/Acacia Institutional Partners.LP 2.44%
  • Life Insurance of India 1.09%
  • Franklin Templeton Investment Funds/Franklin Asian Equity Fund (FII) 1.04%
  • Fidelity Investment Trust/Advisors 1.00%
  • State Bank of India 1.00%
  • Wasatch Funds 0.72%

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CRISIL - History". crisil.com. Retrieved 20 November 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c "November 2013 results". BSE. Retrieved 7 July 2010. 
  3. ^ ": CRISIL - Overview :". crisil.com. Retrieved 20 November 2013. 
  4. ^ ": About CRISIL :". crisil.com. Retrieved 20 November 2013. 
  5. ^ "CRISIL Risk Solutions". crisil.com. Retrieved 20 November 2013. 

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