What will be the impact of Ayushman Bharat Yojana on small and medium hospitals?
Which pharma cluster has become a more attractive investment destination, post implementation of GST?
What is the additional source of income that North Indian sugar millers are exploring to turnaround their operations?
How the ban on plastics will affect the MSME packaging industry?
To what extent will economic slowdown hit transporters?
Which light engineering clusters will be less impacted by the current automobile slowdown?
At Rs 17 trillion, lending to the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) industry accounted for around 25% of corporate lending in India as of fiscal 2019. The segment continues to offer attractive business opportunities for financiers, especially with the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime in place. The challenge lies in spotting the sectors and clusters that are likely to offer the desired risk-adjusted returns. This entails tracking the performance and risk exposure of sectors and clusters on a timely basis.
Benefits of the report:
Enables prudent lending
Identifies right geographies
Enhances risk monitoring
Offers macro micro risk perspective, from sector to company level data
Insights on future trends
Tools & databases for prospecting
CRISIL's SME Report addresses this by providing
Insights and outlook on business and financial prospects across sectors and clusters
Industry and cluster attractiveness matrices for differentiating risk and opportunity
Coverage across manufacturing, services and trading
Business and financial tools for benchmarking across clusters and sectors
Database of 19,000 SMEs, with key financial ratios for ~4,500 entities
A six-month monitoring mechanism for SME sectors and clusters
Views on asset quality sector-wise and cluster-wise