NBFCs provide liquidity help to Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) affected by the Covid-19 epidemic. In addition, the initiative will give the NBFCs assets to support operational continuity and promote onward lending to small and medium-sized businesses.
Goal of The Scheme
The scheme aims to give liquidity assistance to MSMEs affected by Covid-19 through non-banking investment firms, especially fintech NBFCs. The unique program will provide NBFCs with term loans to ensure operational continuity and advance onward funding to MSME (Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises).
NBFC must be recognized by the RBI as an Investment and Credit Company (ICC) to be accepted for this program.
- An NBFC can make term loans through a particular liquidity program if it has been in the company for three years and has three years of balance sheets.
- To be qualified for the plan, non-banking financial companies must have a net-owned fund of Rs.50 crore and a minimum value of assets of Rs.200 crore.
- The financial institution must have a BBB or higher external ratings (as of March 31, 2020).
- The NBFC must adhere to all applicable regulatory regulations.
- According to the Bank’s internal guidelines, the NBFC must pass the Go/No Go Guidelines.
The plan is open to any organization that meets the definition of a micro or small business as defined by the Medium Enterprises Development Act of 2006 or the term specified in a GoI Gazette Notification.
After one year from the time of drawl or June 10, 2022, whichever comes first, the SLS loan must be returned in bullet installments.
The program provides need-based security as per the Bank’s current policies.
The MSME must pay 0.10 percent of the authorized amount, up to a maximum of Rs.5 lakh, plus GST if required.
ABOUT APPLICATION FORM
Mail attached copies of the duly signed registration form, certificates, and papers to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the SLS program, the following documents are required:
- Information about the company’s promoters and directors.
- Issues of the Parent or Holding/Subsidiary/Associate
- As of March 31, 2021, the Consumer’s and Parent/holding Company’s shareholding patterns are detailed.
- Beneficiary ownership statement.
- A full specification of the most recent Memorandum and Articles of Association is necessary for addition to the organization certificate.
- A legal document of the RBI’s Certificate of Registration
- Annual Reports from the previous three years
- Declaratory statement on banking services
- The most recent Asset Liability Maturity Profile has been lodged with the RBI.
- The RBI has received the most recent certified returns.
- Copy of legal documents like passport and PAN CARD of the promoters/directors and permitted signatories of the firm.
- Each director must sign an assurance giving his or her agreement to examine the CIBIL database and the credit reports included in Annexure-V.
- If personal guarantees are given, the guarantor’s most recent CA verified net worth statements are required.
- Reasons for the most recent rating
FEW MORE DETAILS
NBFCs that finance two-wheeler loans and cannot provide proof of MSE status and NBFCs with a dominant portfolio of gold loans will not be eligible for the plan.
The program would provide time loans to banks, NBFCs, and MFIs to maintain system continuity and promote forward lending to MSMEs, according to Sidbi. The loans will be for 90 days. SIDBI is dedicated to assisting MSMEs in surviving the crisis caused by the Covid-19 epidemic. The money will be distributed to qualifying MSMEs through banks, NBFCs, and MFIs. They anticipate that MSMEs’ financial problems will be addressed quickly and adequately by doing so.
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