In a press release, SpiceJet mentioned: “A settlement agreement had been reached between SpiceJet and Credit Suisse last year for an amount of $24 million. The debt is an old one and predates the current promoter (Ajay Singh) taking over the company. The payment of the settlement amount was subject to RBI approval. SpiceJet could not start the payment asscheduled under the consent terms till the RBI approval came. Till date, SpiceJet has paid $7.1 million to Credit Suisse. The shortfall of $4.4 million pertains to the period when RBI approval was still awaited. The Company intends to pay this and the balance amount as per the applicable schedule.”
SpiceJet reported a revenue of Rs 205 crore in April-June, in opposition to a lack of Rs 789 crore in Q1 of final fiscal.