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RBI 2012-13/358
IDMD.PCD. 07 /14.01.02/2012-13 January 1, 2013
All market participants
Dear Sir/Madam,
Guidelines for Issue of Commercial Paper (CP)
In the light of the recent developments in the financial markets, the directions applicable to issuance of CP have been reviewed in consultation with the Technical Advisory Committee on Money, Forex and Government Securities Market.
2. A copy of the RBI Notification No IDMD.PCD. 1284 /14.01.02/2012-13 dated October 16, 2012, consolidating and amending all earlier directions issued in this regard and published in the Gazette of India is enclosed.
Yours faithfully,
(K K Vohra) Chief General Manager
The Gazette of India
EXTRAORDINARY
Part III – Section 4
Published by Authority
RESERVE BANK OF INDIA
NOTIFICATION
Mumbai, October 16, 2012
Reserve Bank Commercial Paper Directions, 2012
Whereas the Reserve Bank of India, in exercise of the powers conferred by Sections 45J, 45K, 45L of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934, and of all the powers enabling it in this behalf, notified the Non-Banking Companies (Acceptance of Deposits through Commercial Paper) Directions 1989 vide Notification No.IECD.1/87(CP)-89/90 dated December 11, 1989;
And whereas the said directions having been amended from time to time vide Notification No.IECD.14/08.15.01/96-97 dated September 6, 1996; Notification No.IECD.21/08.15.01/97-98 dated June 17, 1998, and Notification No IECD 3/08.15.01/2000-2001 dated October 10, 2000 respectively;
And whereas Section 45W of the Reserve Bank of India Act provides that the Bank may, in public interest, or to regulate the financial system of the country to its advantage, determine the policy relating to interest rates or interest rate products and give directions in that behalf to all agencies or any of them, dealing in securities, money market instruments, foreign exchange, derivatives, or other instruments of like nature as the Bank may specify from time to time;
And whereas Commercial Paper is a ‘money market instrument’ for the purposes of Section 45W of the Reserve Bank of India Act;
Now therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred under sections 45J, 45K, 45L and 45W, and in supercession of the Notifications referred hereinabove, and all other instructions issued in this behalf, on the subject, the Reserve Bank of India, having considered it necessary in the public interest and being satisfied that for the purpose of enabling the Bank to regulate the credit and financial system to the advantage of the country, hereby issues the following directions, namely:-
1.Short Title and Commencement
These directions shall be called the Reserve Bank Commercial Paper Directions 2012 and shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official gazette.
2.Definitions
For the purpose of these directions, unless the context otherwise requires:
a. ‘RBI’ means the Reserve Bank of India.
b. ‘Banks’ means a banking company as defined in clause (c) of Section 5 of the Banking Regulation Act, 1949 (10 of 1949) or a “corresponding new bank”, “State Bank of India” or a “subsidiary bank” as defined in clause (da), clause (nc) and clause (nd) respectively thereof and includes a “cooperative bank” as defined in clause (cci) of Section 5 read with Section 56 of the said Act.
c. ‘Scheduled bank’ means a bank included in the Second Schedule of the RBI Act, 1934.
d. ‘All India Financial Institution’ (FI) means an all India Financial Institution specified in the list indicated at Annex 3 to the RBI Master Circular DBOD.No.Dir.BC.3/13.03.00/2012-13 dated July 02, 2012 on Exposure Norms as amended from time to time.
e. Primary Dealer (PD) means a Non-Banking Financial Company (NBFC) that holds a valid letter of authorisation as a PD issued by the Reserve Bank, in terms of the "Guidelines for Primary Dealer in Government Securities Market" dated March 29, 1995, as amended from time to time.
f. ‘Company’ means a company as defined in section 3 of the Companies Act, 1956.
g. ‘Issuing and Paying Agent (IPA)’ means a Scheduled Bank acting as an IPA.
h. ‘CRA’ means a Credit Rating Agency registered with Securities Exchange Board of India.
i. ‘CP’ means Commercial paper issued in accordance with these directions.
j. Words and expressions used but not defined herein and defined in the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934 shall have the same meaning as assigned to them in the said Act.
3. Eligibility for Issue of CP:
a. Companies, PDs and FIs are permitted to raise short term resources through CP within the umbrella limits specified under paragraph 4.
b. A company would be eligible to issue CP provided:
i. the tangible net worth of the company, as per the latest audited balance sheet, is not less than Rs.4 crore; ii. the company has been sanctioned working capital limit by bank/s or FIs; and iii. the borrowal account of the company is classified as a Standard Asset by the financing bank/institution.
4. Issue of CP – Credit enhancement, limits, etc.
a. CP shall be issued as a ‘stand alone’ product. Further, it would not be obligatory in any manner on the part of the banks and FIs to provide stand-by facility to the issuers of CP.
b. Banks and FIs may, based on their commercial judgement, subject to the prudential norms as applicable to them, with the specific approval of their respective Boards, choose to provide stand-by assistance/credit, back-stop facility etc. by way of credit enhancement for a CP issue.
c. Non-bank entities (including corporates) may provide unconditional and irrevocable guarantee for credit enhancement for CP issue provided:
i. the issuer fulfils the eligibility criteria prescribed for issuance of CP; ii. the guarantor has a credit rating at least one notch higher than the issuer given by an approved CRA; and iii. the offer document for CP properly discloses the net worth of the guarantor company, the names of the companies to which the guarantor has issued similar guarantees, the extent of the guarantees offered by the guarantor company, and the conditions under which the guarantee will be invoked.
d. The aggregate amount of CP that can be issued by an issuer shall at all times be within the limit as approved by its Board of Directors or the quantum indicated by the CRA for the specified rating, whichever is lower.
e. Banks and FIs shall have the flexibility to fix working capital limits, duly taking into account the resource pattern of company’s financing, including CP.
f. An issue of CP by an FI shall be within the overall umbrella limit prescribed in the Master Circular on Resource Raising Norms for FIs, issued by the Reserve Bank of India, Department of Banking Operations and Development, as prescribed/ updated from time-to-time.
g. The total amount of CP proposed to be issued should be raised within a period of two weeks from the date on which the issuer opens the issue for subscription. CP may be issued on a single date or in parts on different dates provided that in the latter case, each CP shall have the same maturity date.
h. Every issue of CP, and every renewal of a CP, shall be treated as a fresh issue.
5. Eligibility for Investment in CP
a. Individuals, banks, other corporate bodies (registered or incorporated in India) and unincorporated bodies, Non-Resident Indians and Foreign Institutional Investors (FIIs) shall be eligible to invest in CP.
b. FIIs shall be eligible to invest in CPs subject to (i) such conditions as may be set for them by Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) and (ii) compliance with the provisions of the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999, the Foreign Exchange (Deposit) Regulations, 2000 and the Foreign Exchange Management (Transfer or Issue of Security by a Person Resident Outside India) Regulations, 2000, as amended from time to time.
6. Form of the Instrument, mode of issuance and redemption
6.1 Form
a. CP shall be issued in the form of a promissory note (as specified in Schedule I to these Directions) and held in physical form or in a dematerialized form through any of the depositories approved by and registered with SEBI, provided that all RBI regulated entities can deal in and hold CP only in dematerialised form through such depositories.
b. Fresh investments by all RBI-regulated entities shall be only in dematerialised form.
c. CP shall be issued in denominations of 5 lakh and multiples thereof. The amount invested by a single investor should not be less than 5 lakh (face value).
d. CP shall be issued at a discount to face value as may be determined by the issuer.
e. No issuer shall have the issue of CP underwritten or co-accepted.
f. Options (call/put) are not permitted on CP.
6.2 Tenor
a. CP shall be issued for maturities between a minimum of 7 days and a maximum of up to one year from the date of issue.
b. The maturity date of the CP shall not go beyond the date up to which the credit rating of the issuer is valid.
6.3. Procedure for Issuance
a. Every issuer must appoint an IPA for issuance of CP.
b. The issuer should disclose to the potential investors, its latest financial position as per the standard market practice.
c. After the exchange of confirmation of the deal between the investor and the issuer, the issuer shall arrange for crediting the CP to the Demat account of the investor with the depository through the IPA.
d. The issuer shall give to the investor a copy of IPA certificate to the effect that the issuer has a valid agreement with the IPA and documents are in order (Schedule II).
6.4 Rating Requirement
Eligible participants/issuers shall obtain credit rating for issuance of CP from any one of the SEBI registered CRAs. The minimum credit rating shall be ‘A3’ as per rating symbol and definition prescribed by SEBI. The issuers shall ensure at the time of issuance of the CP that the rating so obtained is current and has not fallen due for review.
6.5. Investment / Redemption
a. The investor in CP (primary subscriber) shall pay the discounted value of the CP to the account of the issuer through the IPA.
b. The investor holding the CP in physical form shall, on maturity, present the instrument for payment to the issuer through the IPA.
c. The holder of a CP in dematerialised form shall get the CP redeemed and receive payment through the IPA.
6.6 Documentation Procedures
a. Standardised procedures and documentation for CPs are prescribed in consultation with Fixed Income Money Market and Derivatives Association of India (FIMMDA) in consonance with international best practices.
b. Issuers /IPAs shall follow the operational guidelines issued by FIMMDA, from time to time, with the approval of RBI.
7. Trading and Settlement of CP
a. All OTC trades in CP shall be reported within 15 minutes of the trade to FIMMDA reporting platform.
b. OTC trades in CP shall be settled through the clearing house of the National Stock Exchange (NSE), i.e., the National Securities Clearing Corporation Limited (NSCCL) and the clearing house of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), i.e., Indian Clearing Corporation Limited (ICCL), as per the norms specified by NSCCL and ICCL from time to time.
c. The settlement cycle for OTC trades in CP shall either be T+0 or T+1.
8. Buyback of CP
a. Issuers may buyback the CP, issued by them to the investors, before maturity.
b. Buyback of CP shall be through the secondary market and at prevailing market price.
c. The CP shall not be bought back before a minimum period of 7 days from the date of issue.
d. Issuer shall intimate the IPA of the buyback undertaken.
e. Buyback of CPs should be undertaken after taking approval from the Board of Directors.
9. Duties and Obligations
The duties and obligations of the Issuer, IPA and CRA are set out below:
I. Issuer
The issuer shall ensure that the guidelines and procedures laid down for the issuance of CP are strictly adhered to.
II. IPA
a. The IPA shall ensure that the issuer has the minimum credit rating as stipulated by RBI and the amount mobilised through issuance of CP is within the quantum indicated by CRA for the specified rating or as approved by its Board of Directors, whichever is lower.
b. The IPA shall certify that it has a valid agreement with the issuer (Schedule II).
c. The IPA shall verify that all the documents submitted by the issuer, viz., copy of board resolution, signatures of authorised executants (when CP is issued in physical form) are in order and shall issue a certificate to this effect.
d. Certified copies of original documents, verified by the IPA, shall be held in the custody of IPA.
e. All scheduled banks, acting as IPAs, shall report the details of issuance of CP on the Online Returns Filing System (ORFS) module of the RBI within two days from the date of issuance of the CP.
f. IPAs, shall immediately report, on occurrence, full particulars of defaults in repayment of CP to the Chief General Manager, Financial Markets Department, Reserve Bank of India, Central Office, Fort, Mumbai-400001 (Email) in the format as given in Schedule III of these directions.
g. IPAs shall also report all instances of buyback of CPs undertaken by the issuer to the Chief General Manager, Financial Markets Department, Reserve Bank of India, Central Office, Fort, Mumbai–400001 (Email) in the format as given in Schedule IV of these directions.
III. CRA
a. CRAs shall abide by the Code of Conduct prescribed by the SEBI for CRAs for undertaking rating of capital market instruments, which shall be applicable for rating CPs.
b. The CRAs shall have the discretion to determine the validity period of the rating depending upon their perception about the strength of the issuer; and they shall, at the time of rating, clearly indicate the date when the rating is due for review.
c. The CRAs shall closely monitor the rating assigned to issuers vis-à-vis their track record at regular intervals and shall make their revision in the ratings public through their publications and website.
10. Non-applicability of Certain Other Directions
Nothing contained in the Non-Banking Financial Companies Acceptance of Public Deposits (Reserve Bank) Directions, 1998 shall apply to the acceptance of deposit by issuance of CP, by any NBFC in accordance with these directions.
11. All existing directions and guidelines stand superceded with immediate effect but shall continue to apply to CPs already issued from the corresponding dates of effect.
(R. Gandhi)
Executive Director
IDMD.PCD. 1284 /14.01.02/2012-13
Schedule I
(See para 6.1.a)Proforma of Commercial Paper (CP) To be stamped as per the applicable rate in forcein the State in which it is to be issued (NAME OF THE ISSUING COMPANY/INSTITUTION) SERIAL NO. Issued at :______________________ Date of issue :______________________ (PLACE) Date of Maturity:___________________________ without days of grace. (If such date happens to fall on a holiday, payment shall be made on the immediatepreceding working day) For value received ___________________________________ hereby (NAME OF THEISSUING COMPANY/ INSTITUTION) Promises to pay ___________________________ororder on the (NAME OF THE INVESTOR) maturity date as specified above the sum ofRs._____________(in words) upon presentation and surrender of this Commercial Paper to_______________________________________. (NAME OF THE ISSUING AND PAYING AGENT) For and on behalf of ________________________________________ (NAME OF THE ISSUING COMPANY/INSTITUTION) (AUTHORISED SIGNATORY/SIGNATORIES) ALL ENDORSEMENTS UPON THIS COMMERCIAL PAPER MUST BE CLEAN ANDDISTINCT. EACH ENDORSEMENT SHOULD BE WRITTEN WITHIN THE SPACEALLOTTED. Pay to _______________________________________ or order the amount within named. (NAME OF TRANSFEREE) For and on behalf of ___________________________________________________________ (NAME OF THE TRANSFEROR) ___________________________________________________________ 1. " 2. " 3. " 4. " ***
Schedule II
(See para 6.3.d/9.II.b)
IPA CERTIFICATE
We have a valid IPA agreement with the _______________________________
(Name of Issuing Company/Institution)
2. We have verified the documents viz., board resolution and certificate issued by Credit Rating Agency submitted by [Name of the Issuing Company/Institution] and certify that the documents are in order. Certified copies of original documents are held in our custody.
3.*We also hereby certify that the signatures of the executants of the attached Commercial Paper bearing Sr. No. ______________ dated _______________ for Rs._______________ (Rupees ____________________________________) (in words) tally with the specimen signatures filed by [ Name of the issuing Company/Institution ].
(Authorised Signatory/Signatories)
(Name and address of Issuing and Paying Agent)
Place :
Date :
* (Applicable to Commercial Paper in physical form/Strike out if not applicable)
Schedule III (See para 9.II.f)
Details of Defaults on Repayment of CP
Name of the issuer
Date of issue of CP
Amount
(Rs. in cr.)
Due dateof repayment
InitialRating
LatestRating
Whether the CP issue enjoyed a standby assistance/ credit back stop facility/ guarantee
If so, the name of theentity providing the facility indicated at Col. (7)
Whether thefacility at Col (7) hasbeen honoured and paymentmade.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
[Authorized Signatory/Signatories]
Schedule IV (See para 9.II.g)
Reporting of buyback of CPs
Date of trade
Issuer
ISIN
Date of Issue
Date of Maturity
Amount
(Rs. in crore)
#Nature of Buyback
# Indicate whether the CPs have been extinguished by the Issuer
[Authorized Signatory/Signatories]…...

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...This is Grameenphone November 11, 1996 Awarded operating license in Bangladesh by the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications. March 26, 1997 Launched its service on the Independence Day of Bangladesh. November 11, 2009 Successfully listed on the Stock Exchanges in Bangladesh. After fifteen years of operation More than 35 million subscribers and around 87 thousand Shareholders as of December 2011 are now empowered under a single network and touched by the magic of closeness. Annual Report 2011 02/03 More than 35 Million subscribers History & Grameenphone Milestones 2010 Launched New Tariff Plan, ‘MobiCash’ Financial Service Brand, Ekota for SME, Baadhon Package, Mobile Application Development Contest & Network Campaign; Reached 29.97 Million Subscribers 2008 Introduced BlackBerry Service; 2011 Launched ‘My zone’- location based discount on usage, Micro SIM cards for iPhone, Spondon Package with 1-sec pulse; Grameenphone Branded Handset (C200, QWERTY handset ‘Q100’ and Android Handset ‘Crystal’), Customer Experience Lab, eCare solution; Completed swapping of 7,272 nos. of BTS; Reached 36.5 Million Subscribers 2009 Listed on Dhaka Stock Exchange Ltd. and Chittagong Stock Exchange Ltd.; Launched Internet Modem, Special Olympic Regional Talent Hunt, Stay Green Campaign, Internet Package P5 & P6, Grameenphone Branded Handset & Studyline; Reached 21 Million Subscribers Commissioned Brand Positioning......

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