The CIBIL Rank is derived from your Company Credit Report (CCR) which summarizes your CCR in the form of one number. It is provided from a scale of 10 to 1, where 1 is the best rank that can be achieved. The rank is only provided to companies that have outstanding loans of Rs. 10 lakhs to Rs. 10 crores.
CIBIL Members, which include leading Banks and Financial Institutions, can access information from CIBIL on the principle of reciprocity i.e. only those Members who have provided all their data to CIBIL are permitted to access CIBIL Credit Reports. Members can do so only to take valid credit decisions. Disclosure to any other person or entity is prohibited. Please note that, CIBIL members also have an option to access only the CCR.Companies can also request access to their CIBIL Rank and Company Credit Reports directly from CIBIL. Get Yours Now
Credit ratings have historically been used by businesses as their reputational collateral. Credit Ratings are usually solicited by the ratee and then issued by the credit rating agency once it has evaluated documents provided by the company and interviewed the company's managements.The basic difference between your CIBIL Rank and your credit rating is that the Rank is derived from objective information directly from lenders (the CCR) as compared to information provided by a ratee to a rater.
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