To stimulate a vibrant debt market, a balanced approach is necessary to ensure that investors and issuers are not deprived of the NCD route as a viable means of financing.
Alternative modes of financing are imperative for businesses to thrive. In this context, non-convertible debentures (NCDs) have become an accepted route for raising financing by Indian corporates, especially in situations where funding from banks and non-banking finance companies is unavailable. In fact, CRISIL expects that the supply of corporate bonds in the domestic market could double to ₹65 lakh crore-₹70 lakh crore by fiscal 2025.
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