National Monetisation Pipeline – A Wider Net For Asset Recycling: CARE Ratings

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, with NITI Aayog's Amitabh Kant and Rajiv Kumar, in New Delhi, on Aug. 23, 2021. (Photographer: T. Narayan/Bloomberg)

National Monetisation Pipeline – A Wider Net For Asset Recycling: CARE Ratings


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National Monetisation Pipeline is Government of India’s programmatic approach to create financing capacity for building new infrastructure assets across various sub-sectors.

Asset monetisation of operating brown field infrastructure assets is now not only restricted to Central Government undertakings, but has also been extended to State Government assets.

As a part of the NMP programme, GoI will provide incentives to states for asset monetisation and disinvestment by State governments (including State Government undertakings).

As an incentive for asset monetisation, additional allocation equivalent to 33% of value of assets realised is envisaged to be deposited in the State consolidated funds (or the account of State Government undertaking) owning the assets depending on the condition that the amount raised through asset monetisation is necessarily used for capital expenditure by States.

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