Friday, May 1, 2020

Banks lend helping hands to NBFCs

Amid liquidity crisis, Banks in India have started lending to Non-Banking Finance Companies, the highest since 2008, as the shadow lending industry bulked up before the financial year closure, which probably is also making banks lend more to them or provide moratorium on payments.

Total loans grew 4 percent in the same period at Rs. 3.57 lakh crores, data from RBI shows. While NBFC accounted 32 percent of the total, industry loans also grew, including MSMEs at 37 percent. 

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