MSME stressed assets likely to touch 18% by March 2022, says CRISIL
For the retail credit, rise in stressed assets is pegged at 4-5 per cent in March 2022 from 3 per cent estimated in March 2021
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic pain is likely to push the stressed assets — bad loans plus restructured credit — in the micro, small enterprise (MSME) pool to 17-18 per cent by March 2022, from 14 per cent in March 2021, according to CRISIL.
For the retail credit, rise in stressed assets is pegged at 4-5 per cent in March 2022 from 3 per cent estimated in March 2021.
Krishnan Sitaraman, Senior Director and Deputy Chief Ratings Officer, CRISIL Ratings, said:?“The retail and MSME segments, which together form 40 per cent of bank credit, are expected to see higher accretion of NPAs and stressed assets this time around."