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Private, Non-Bank Lenders market share increases in MSME Loans

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Private, Non-Bank Lenders market share increases in MSME Loans

Public sector banks, excluding the State Bank of India, have lost their market share in loans to micro, small and medium enterprises in the last few years. This has happened due to the arrival of private sector banks and NBFCs, one report stated on Monday.

The overall share of 21 public sector banks (PSBs) has decreased from 59.4 percent in June 2016 to 55.8 percent share in June 2017 to 50.7 percent as of June 2018, a latest quarterly report by Transunion Cibil and Sidbi revealed.

The overall credit to the MSME segment increased to 16.1 percent for the year to June 2018, it stated, summing PSBs reported a 5.5 percent growth compared with 23.4 percent for the private sector competitors.

The share of the private sector banks has increased from 28.1 percent in June 2017 to 29.9 percent in June 2018. Also, the market share of NBFC has grown from 9.6percent in June 2017 to 11.3 percent in June 2018, a report stated.

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In October 2017, the government declared Rs 2.11 lakh crore capital infusion, it requested PSBs to focus on lending small business to create more job opportunities. However, out of 21, 11 public sector banks are facing lending restrictions under the prompt corrective action framework. Due to which, a huge amount of lending to MSMEs is obtained from the private sector.

The drop in the market share of public sector lenders was just because quicker exists by old borrowers as compared to the addition of new ones. Hence, borrowers are opting for other private sector banks due to fewer options available in government-owned banks.

There has been a significant increase in the turnaround times (TAT) for loan processing across all the three segments with NBFCs being the quickest, report stated. It takes about an average of 26 days to obtain credit from the date of the request.

TAT of NBFC is reduced from 24 days to 18 days. Similarly, the TAT of PSBs has dropped from 31 days from 41 days earlier. Private sector banks process loans in an average of 29 days.

Mohammad Mustafa, who is the chairman and managing director, Small Industries Development Bank of India (Sidbi) said, “This finding signals a definite positive correlation between digitization and increase in efficiency of the commercial lending market.”

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Here, the TAT has been gown down for the low-ticket micro loans in the wide segment, however, the huge amount loans have not seen much improvement.

As per the report, the total loan credit in formal lending has reached to Rs 101 crore as of June 2018. Out of which, Rs 22.8 Crore loan is used for MSMEs and Rs 42.8 lakh crore is used for large and mid-corporates.

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American MSME Network soon to open its office in India

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Indo-American MSME is a USA-based non-profit organization which supports businesses in both countries, India and America. It mainly helps entrepreneurs to earn business and the utilize all the resources in their business. IAMSME is soon going to open its first office in India.

Indo-American MSME Network’s Founder and CEO said, “Indo-American Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (IAMSME) Network we believe in sharing experiences that shaping the future of your brand. The purpose of the IAMSME network is to promote Micro, Small & Medium business enterprises and help them by providing legal, financial and trade-related support as-well-as in developing an Entrepreneurship Network to achieve desired goals”

Rodrick L.Green, who is the Indo-American MSME board of director, Chairman (USA) stated, “Our goal is to find the best partner to suit your Micro. You will gain international experience, exposure and make meaningful connections at exhibitions, find new ways to your expand your business to the next level and personally improve your leadership and entrepreneurial skills.”

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Indo-American MSME network also conducts various trade shows which help in building enterprise and expand its services through the proper knowledge, education, and training research/ publications.

The MSME network also provides incentives and support on fields like a franchise, fund-raising, building sales network, business-related services, product development, e-commerce, digital and social media marketing, etc. By fulfilling the demands of small or medium level business, latest technology and knowledge helps to achieve Win-Win situation for all the firm involved.

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We hope that IAMSME continuously helps various MSMEs in both countries to develop strong connections and also help them to grow their business to the next level.

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PSB instructed to fix one-hour loan products for MSMEs

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PSB instructed to fix one-hour loan products for MSMEs

The finance minister has requested the 21 state-run banks to regulate loan processes and products for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) which will have to work online quickly with the promise of approving them within an hour.

According to the meeting on Monday, the ministry has stated all banks, which have now involved, will have minimum one product with the option to provide variations, allowing small business to fulfill their loan and working capital needs via an online platform which will be contactless.

Sources said, based on the difference in loan products, the new loan sanction portal has started just before a month, has got over 1 lakh loan requests. Out of which, only some of them have got approval. About two-thirds of the visitors are below 35 years. One of the bank representatives said, “There were issues related to debt-equity ratio and the number of years for which tax returns had to be submitted. The government has now asked us to have fixed norms for a lot of things.”

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Sources stated banks had been ordered to provide loans to firms with a debt-equity ratio of 4:1, provided that MSMEs most likely have a lower equity base. Also, these borrowers should have a credit ratio or debt-to-income-ratio of 1:1.

Two of the famous private sector banks, HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank are showing enthusiasm in the new portal. Portal is open for all private sector banks also.

Earlier, the government has declared funding of up to Rs 1 crore in 59 minutes especially for MSMEs. The service is available for all the businesses which have submitted their GST and income tax details, including bank statements for faster loan sanctions. The loan will be delivered within eight days.

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Cabinet approves MoU between India and Russia for MSME Cooperation

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Cabinet approves MoU between India and Russia for MSME Cooperation

Union Cabinet which is conducted by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday approved the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between National Small Industries Corporation Ltd. (NSIC) of India and Russian Small and Medium Business Corporation (RSMB).

NSIC is a Public Sector Understanding launched by the Government of India and it falls under the Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises of India. The MoU between NSIC limited and RSMB Corporation will be signed in the next visit of the Russian President Vladimir Putin to India.

To increase the cooperation between Small and Medium Enterprises of India and Russia, the MoU will provide a well-built and allowing environment to the MSME industry of the two countries for understanding each other’s strength, markets, technologies, policies, etc.

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By helping to launch appropriate business alliances in technology transfers, joint ventures and business partnerships in the MSME sector the MoU wants to increase enterprise to enterprise cooperation between the two countries.

The MoU also includes cooperation in the field of capacity building, quick incubation for entrepreneurship development, and disclosure to each other’s market by promising participation in exhibitions.

It is also believed that the deal will bring a lot of amazing opportunities for Indian MSME sector in terms of joint ventures, new markets, distributing the best practices and technology collaborations in different things.

Vladimir Putin, the Russian president is on a two-day official visit to India at New Delhi on October 4. He is coming for the 19th India-Russia annual bilateral summit. At the same time, the Russia Export Centre (REC) will also conduct large-scale business mission showcasing Russia firms in India.

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