INR Interest Rate Curves
The interest rate curves summarised on this page have been developed by Clearing Corporation of India Ltd (CCIL), based on the Government of India bonds traded on the National Stock Exchange (NSE). CCIL-NSE interest rate curves are one of the most widely used for financial analyses related to the Indian market.
Discount rate for actuarial valuation
Interest rates described on this page can be used in setting the discount rate for actuarial valuation of employee benefit schemes, including AS 15 and Ind AS 19. More details on how discount rate is selected for actuarial valuations can be found in here. The discount rate under ASC 715 can also be derived in a similar manner, but some companies choose to add a credit spread to these interest rates.
Interest rates below can also used in the valuation of insurance liabilities denominated in Indian Rupees, and a wide range of other valuations.
The source file, and details of methodology used in construction of these curves, are all available on CCIL website.
The interest rate curves displayed on this website have been sourced directly from Clearing Corporation of India (CCIL). We believe that the information has been obtained from a reliable source, but Numerica will accept no responsibility for any errors in the information, or inappropriate use of this information.
Discount rate for AS 15 or Ind AS 19
Check the discount rate to be used for actuarial valuation of benefit schemes under AS 15 or Ind AS 19:
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