Regulation Of Credit Rating Agencies In India

Reports by Corporate & Financial Law ยท July 31, 2017
Author(s): Shreya Garg, Shreya Prakash and Aditya Ayachit

Credit Rating Agencies form an essential part of the financial markets. SEBI has regulated them since 1999. However, in the years following the financial crisis, specific concerns have been raised regarding their regulation globally, as well as in India.

This report highlights the concerns regarding the regulation of credit rating agencies in India, examines the solutions adopted by regulators in other jurisdictions, and makes recommendations to strengthen the regulatory framework in India.

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About Shreya Prakash:

Shreya is a Research Fellow in the Corporate Law and Financial Regulation vertical. She is an alumna of National Law School of India University, Bangalore and the University of Oxford where she read for the BCL as the Zaiwalla scholar at the Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development. At Vidhi, she has advised the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India and the Ministry of Corporate Affairs on the implementation of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 and the design of the subordinate legislation under it. She has also worked on law and policy issues pertaining to debt markets, companies law, fiscal management and commercial remedies. Link to full bio

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