Since then, mutual funds have largely avoided investing in commercial papers of non-banks, worsening the liquidity crunch. Parliament enacted two acts.
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With a gradual slowdown in disbursements of most NBFCs since Septemberand revival in retail lending by public sector banks, the share of NBFCs will decline marginally going ahead," the report added.
They are those that offer credits and other financial services to the representatives of poor strata of population except for extremely poor strata. Aggressive structuring of gold loans resulting from the uncomplicated, undemanding and fast process of documentation along with the higher Loan to Value LTV ratio include some of the major factors that augment the growth of Gold loan NBFCs.The slowdown, if it happens, could affect overall credit growth since NBFCs play a significant role in the lending market. Para banks would face tighter liquidity, higher funding costs and thus lower net interest margins NIMs in FY20 as they revised their balance sheets towards longer — term borrowing. Since then, mutual funds have largely avoided investing in commercial papers of non-banks, worsening the liquidity crunch. NBFCs provide the people concerned with a variety of banking and non — banking services. Credit creating Banks are termed as creators of credit through money multiplier activity whereas NBFCs are not. But it is compulsory for the banks to maintain it. Many MFIs supported by banks were not engaging themselves in capacity building and empowerment of the groups to the desired extent. Almost all give loans to their members, and many offer insurance, deposit and other services. Directed the Parliament to enact a bill which ensures uniformity in the provisions applicable to chit funds throughout the country.
Though there are many NBFCs offering gold loans in India, about 95 per cent of the gold loan business is handled by three Kerala based companies, viz. Banks, as principal financiers of MFIs, do not appear to be engaging them with regard to their systems, practices and lending policies with a view to ensuring better transparency and adherence to best practices.
Sabnavis added that since most non-banks do not have access to low-cost deposits, they have to depend on market borrowings for funds. A report by Kotak Institutional Equities pointed out that the share of NBFCs has increased in most products between andwith the rise sharper for business loans and home loans.
This, and the ensuing defaults by some NBFCs, had led to a liquidity crisis.