International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Case Studies | Management | India | Volume 12 Issue 12, December 2023

Credit Risk Management - A Case Analysis

Dr. Roopa K [2]

Abstract: The Company Profits are completely reliant on advances and loans, which lead to both economic industrial expansions, too. Anytime a borrower is unable to make loan payments in full, the company rising credit danger. The primary potential credit risk source results from a bank?s operations are often both advances and loans. Increasingly, banks having management of credit risk in the financial instruments besides advances, such as affirmations, Trading financials and bank trades are entombed, remote exchange deals, cash-related location, swap, stock, and equity, and options, additional by way of extension obligations and assurances and transaction settlement. The growth rate in India is anticipated to increase for this reason higher private spending, a declining a cashless society, and switch to GST. Through the implementation of structural modifications that boost productivity and encourage private investment, beyond the medium term, it is anticipated that India's GDP will increase gradually. Over the past two quarters, a widespread recovery has been driven by urban and rural sectors. for the aforementioned reasons in addition because of close- range rainfall conditions also staggered payment increases.

Keywords: Credit Risk, Advances and Loans, Financial Instruments, India?s Economic Growth, Structural Changes

Edition: Volume 12 Issue 12, December 2023,

Pages: 361 - 366

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