Product Quantum (Rs. Cr) Long Term Rating Short Term Rating
Bank Loan Ratings 7.45 ACUITE D | Downgraded | Issuer not co-operating* -
Total Outstanding Quantum (Rs. Cr) 7.45 - -
Rating Rationale
­Acuité has downgraded the long-term rating to ‘ACUITE D' (read as ACUITE D) from ‘ACUITE B+’ (read as ACUITE B plus) on the Rs. 7.45 crore bank facilities of Akshar Enterprises. The rating continues to be flagged as “Issuer Not-Cooperating” and is based on best available information.
The downgrade is on the basis of ongoing delays in their repayments and other publicly available information.


About the Company
­­Akshar Enterprises (AE) was established in 2016 as a proprietorship concern by Mr. Dhyaneshwar Kale. Currently, the firm is engaged in the distributorship of VIVO mobiles and LG home appliances for the Nashik region.
Non-cooperation by the issuer/borrower:
­­Acuité has been requesting for data, information and undertakings from the rated entity for conducting surveillance & review of the rating. However, the issuer/borrower failed to submit such information before the due date.

Acuité believes that information risk is a critical component in such ratings, and non-cooperation by the issuer along with unwillingness to provide information could be a sign of potential deterioration in its overall credit quality.

This rating is, therefore, being flagged as “Issuer not-cooperating”, in line with prevailing SEBI regulations and Acuité’s policies.
Limitation regarding information availability:
­­The rating is based on information available from sources other than the issuer/borrower (in the absence of information provided by the issuer/borrower). Acuité endeavored to gather information about the entity/industry from the public domain. Therefore, Acuité cautions lenders and investors regarding the use of such information, on which the indicative credit ratingis based.
About the Rated Entity - Key Financials
The rated entity has not shared the latest financial statement for Acuite to comment.
Rating Sensitivity
­­"No information provided by the issuer / available for Acuite to comment upon."
All Covenants
­­Not Applicable
Liquidity Position
­­"No information provided by the issuer / available for Acuite to comment upon."
­­­Not Applicable
Other Factors affecting Rating
­­­Not Applicable
Status of non-cooperation with previous CRA
­­­Not Applicable
Any other information
Applicable Criteria
• Trading Entities:
• Default Recognition:
• Application Of Financial Ratios And Adjustments:

Note on Complexity Levels of the Rated Instrument
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Date Name of Instruments/Facilities Term Amount (Rs. Cr) Rating/Outlook
14 Mar 2023 Cash Credit Long Term 7.45 ACUITE B+ ( Issuer not co-operating*)
16 Dec 2021 Cash Credit Long Term 7.45 ACUITE B+ ( Issuer not co-operating*)
30 Sep 2020 Cash Credit Long Term 7.45 ACUITE B+ (Issuer not co-operating*)

Lender’s Name ISIN Facilities Date Of Issuance Coupon Rate Maturity Date Quantum (Rs. Cr.) Complexity Level Rating
Union Bank of India Not Applicable Cash Credit Not Applicable Not Applicable Not Applicable 7.45 Simple ACUITE D | Downgraded | Issuer not co-operating*


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