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Market Cap: [Rs.Cr.] 5,441.27 | Face Value: [Rs.] 10
Industry: Finance & Investments
Your Directors have pleasure in presenting the Tenth Annual Report of your Companytogether with the audited statement of accounts for the year ended March 31, 2013.
REVIVAL OF THE MFI SECTOR
FY13 has been a momentous year for the MFI industry in India, particularly so for yourCompany due to the following significant changes:
1. Investors are beginning to return to the microfinance sector. Ten investors,domestic as well as foreign, have invested approximately Rs. 869 crore in the sector inFY13, according to The Economic Times
2. The pan-India Gross Loan Portfolio (GLP) for the MFI industry grew by 23% to Rs.21,245 crore in FY13 as compared to Rs. 17,264 core in FY12, when there was a 14% degrowth(Rs. 20,000 crore in FY10-11). Loan disbursals during FY13 increased by 13% to Rs. 23,209crore from Rs. 20,613 crore in FY12, when there was a degrowth of 36% (Rs. 32,418 in FY11)
3. Total debt funding to the MFI industry increased by 79% to Rs. 10,203 crore in FY13from Rs. 5,713 crore in FY12
4. Average loan amount disbursed on a pan-India basis remained below Rs. 15,000
5. The productivity ratios in the industry continued to improve in FY13 (Source -Points 2 to 5: MFIN Micrometer 2013)
MORE CONDUCIVE REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has further strengthened the regulatory framework forNon-Banking Finance Companies-Microfinance Institutions (NBFC-MFIs) vide notificationsdated August 3, 2012 and May 31, 2013 when the following dispensations were announced:
a. In December 2011, the RBI announced the creation of a separate category ofNon-Banking Financial Companies, namely Non-Banking Financial Company-Micro FinanceInstitutions (NBFC-MFIs). RBI has issued guidelines for the classification of existingNBFC as an NBFC-MFI. Your Company has adopted several aspects of the new regulatoryframework and has applied for its re-classification as an NBFC-MFI. The application iscurrently under consideration of the RBI
b. NBFC-MFIs are required to maintain not less than 85% (earlier 90%) of their netassets as Qualifying Assets and, in this regard, only the assets originating on or afterJanuary 1, 2012 will have to comply with the Qualifying Assets criteria
c. NBFC-MFIs are also required to ensure that the aggregate amount of loans given forincome generation activities should constitute at least 70% of an MFIs total loans,which prior to the notification was at 75%. Members of an SHG (Self Help Group) or a JLG(Joint Liability Group) as well as new clients can borrow from NBFC-MFIs. However, amember of an SHG or a JLG cannot borrow from more than two MFIs at a time
d. 100% of the provisions made towards the Andhra Pradesh portfolio as on March 31,2013 is to be notionally reckoned as part of Net Owned Fund (NOF) for calculating theCapital to Risk (weighted) Assets Ratio (CRAR) and is to be progressively reduced, equallyover a period of 5 years, that is, 20% each year upto March 2018
e. All NBFCs, irrespective of their size, are subjected to a margin cap of 12% tillMarch 31, 2014. However, with effect from April 1, 2014 margin caps may not exceed 10% forlarge MFIs (that is, loan portfolios exceeding Rs. 100 crore) and 12% for others. Withthis requirement, your Company has been effectively given a transition period of two yearsto comply with the margin cap of 10%
The MFI Bill 2012
In July 2011, the Central Government released a Draft of the Micro Finance Institutions(Development and Regulation) Bill ("MFI Bill") for public comments.Subsequently, on May 22, 2012 the Micro Finance Institutions (Development and Regulation)Bill, 2012 was tabled in Parliament. The MFI Bill 2012 will require the approval of theIndian Parliament as well as the assent of the President of India and publication in theOfficial Gazette before becoming a law. The MFI Bill 2012 states that its provisions shallbe effective notwithstanding anything inconsistent contained in any other law. The MFIBill, once passed, will provide for the development and regulation of microfinanceinstitutions in facilitating access to credit, thrift and other microfinance services tothe rural and urban economically weaker sections and promote financial inclusion. TheParliament of India has referred the MFI Bill to the Standing Committee for Finance,headed by former Union Finance Minister, Mr. Yashwant Sinha, for its recommendations. TheCommittee is yet to submit its report.
CONSOLIDATION IN THE SECTOR AND YOUR COMPANY
Consolidation in the MFI sector has been caused by the following:
Large Andhra Pradesh MFIs have opted for Corporate Debt Restructuring (CDR)
Many small and medium sized MFIs are under pressure on account of reduced creditavailability
Small and medium MFIs are not in a position to comply with enhanced supervisorystandards
By deciding not to take the CDR route and by sustaining your Companys turnaroundwith a higher profit of Rs. 2.7 crore in Q4-FY13 as compared to a profit of Rs. 1.2 crorein Q3-FY13, when your Company turned around after seven consecutive quarters of losses,your Company is poised to reap the fruits of consolidation.
Your Company continues to be one of the largest microfinance institutions (MFIs) inIndia in terms of the total value of loans outstanding and the number of borrowers, as ofMarch 31, 2013 and the only listed MFI in India.
The financial performance of your Company for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2013 issummarized in the following table:
(Rs. in crore)
|Year ended March 31||2013||2012|
|Less: Total expenditure||649.7||1,796.1|
|Profit (Loss) Before Tax||(297.1)||(1,323.7)|
|Profit (Loss) After Tax||(297.1)||(1,360.6)|
|Surplus brought forward||(1,051.3)||309.3|
|Amount available for appropriation||-||-|
|Appropriation has been made as under:|
|Transfer to Statutory Reserve||-||-|
|Surplus carried to Balance Sheet||(1,348.4)||(1,051.3)|
|Earnings Per Share (EPS)||(30.55)||(188.06)|
- Your Companys total revenue for the year ended March 31, 2013 has recorded areduction of 25.4% from Rs. 472.3 crore in FY12 to Rs. 352.6 crore in FY13
- Net loss declined from Rs. 1,360.6 crore in the previous year to Rs. 297.1 crore inFY13
The increasing growth momentum in non-Andhra Pradesh states has helped your Company inreporting a lower operating loss (excluding Andhra Pradesh provisioning) of Rs. 297 crorein FY13 as compared to a loss of Rs. 1,360.6 crore in FY12. In FY13, your CompanysAndhra Pradesh portfolio reduced to a nil from a high of Rs. 1,491 crore at the start ofthe Andhra Pradesh microfinance situation in October 2010. With this last and finalprovisioning towards the Andhra Pradesh exposure, your Company looks beyond the AndhraPradesh microfinance situation.
The following table summarizes the operational performance of your Company for the yearended March 31, 2013:
|Year ended March 31||2013||2012||Percentage change|
|Number of branches||1,261||1,461||(13.7)|
|Number of members (in lakh)||50.2||53.5||(6.1)|
|Number of employees||10,809||16,194||(33.3)|
|Amount disbursed (Rs. in crore)||3,320||2,737||21.3|
|Portfolio outstanding (Rs. in crore)||2,359||1,669||41.3|
During the period under review, your Companys member base decreased by 6.1% to50.2 lakh (5.02 million) as compared to 53.5 lakh (5.35 million) for the previous year,which was primarily due to the consolidation of branches and closure of non-profitablebranches.
However, loan disbursement increased by 21.3% from Rs. 2,737 crore to Rs. 3,320 crore.Your Company has closed or merged 200 branches as part of its business rationalizationpolicy.
TURNAROUND IN FY13
Your Company sustained its turnaround with a higher profit of Rs. 2.7 crore in Q4-FY13as compared to a profit of Rs. 1.2 crore in Q3-FY13, when it turned around after sevenconsecutive quarters of losses caused by the external event, namely the Andhra Pradeshmicrofinance situation.
Your Company could improve profitability on account of robust growth in assets with thecore interest income in non-Andhra Pradesh states increasing by 15% to Rs. 90 crore inQ4-FY13 from Rs. 78 crore in Q3-FY13. Your Companys loan disbursements rose by 65%to Rs. 1,295 crore in Q4-FY13 from Rs. 784 crore in Q3-FY13 while incremental drawdownsregistered a 201% jump to Rs. 1,704 crore in Q4-FY13 from Rs. 566 crore in Q3-FY13(year-on-year increase of 94% to Rs. 2,875 crore in FY13 from Rs. 1,484 crore in FY12).The non-Andhra Pradesh loan portfolio outstanding increased by 35% to Rs. 2,016 crore inQ4-FY13 from Rs. 1,496 crore in Q3-FY13.
Your Companys cost of interest-bearing liabilities has come down significantly to12.5% in FY13 from 13.4% in FY12 while collection efficiency in non-AP states has furtherimproved to 99.1% in FY13 as compared to 95.4% in FY12.
Your Companys turnaround strategy had four building blocks -- fully providing forthe Andhra Pradesh exposure, managing the supply-side shock, cost structure optimizationand recapitalization. The strategy helped your Company return to profitability in Q3-FY13,and improve the same in Q4-FY13. With this, your Companys financial turnaround hasbeen completed and sustained.
Strong capital base, robust liquidity, improved productivity and cost efficienciesshould further accelerate these gains. The debt-equity leveraging improved to 4.1 times inQ4-FY13 from 2.7 times in Q3-FY13 (2.3 in FY12).
Your Company continues to be recognized as one of the largest MFIs in India with itsunique achievements and strengths. Among these are:
Your Company has repaid more than Rs. 8,320 crore to the banking system withouta single days delay since the Andhra Pradesh microfinance situation, that is, fromOctober 2010 to March 2013
Incremental drawdowns in FY13 were Rs. 2,875 crore compared to Rs. 1,484 crorein FY12 (growth of 94% YoY)
Your Company has grown its non-Andhra Pradesh Portfolio Loan Disbursements by21.3% (YoY) to Rs. 3,320 crore
Your Companys collection efficiency in non-AP states continues to berobust at 99.1%
Your Company has a healthy cash and bank balance of Rs. 895 crore with anetworth of Rs. 390 crore and a strong capital adequacy of 33.9% * (as against the 15%stipulated by the RBI) as of March 31, 2013
Your Companys un-availed deferred tax benefit stands at Rs. 555 crorewhich will be available to offset tax on future taxable income. Deferred tax assets willbe recognized on the books upon virtual certainty of future taxable profits supported byconvincing evidence as per AS-22. For Q4-FY13, your Company has posted a net profit of Rs.2.7 crore and, given the carried forward tax loss, no current tax provision is required
In order to protect members from over-indebtedness, your Company has beenplaying a leading role in pioneering industry-wide efforts on creating and sharingcredit-related information with Credit Bureaus
Your Companys policies and processes along with documentation have beenmodified to comply with: 1. RBI guidelines of December 2, 2011; 2. RBI Fair Practice Codeguidelines of July 2, 2012; 3. Guidelines and codes of industry bodies like Sa-Dhan andMFIN
Mr. Verghese Jacob, a seasoned corporate and social sector expert with threedecades of experience, is your Companys Ombudsman
Your Company has commissioned EDA Rural Systems, a reputed development sectorconsultancy, to develop a training programme encompassing the seven principles of CPP(avoidance of over-indebtedness, transparency, responsible pricing, appropriate collectionpractices, ethical staff behaviour, privacy of client data and grievance redressalmechanism) and certify several staff members after imparting train-the-trainer coaching tothem
(*) Capital adequacy without RBI dispensation on Andhra Pradesh provisioning is 20.6%
On account of such distinctions, your Company has been appreciated by key stakeholdersincluding banks and financial institutions. Your Company has completed 12 securitizationtransactions and one asset assignment transaction with eight funding partners aggregatingto Rs. 1,195 crore in FY13. In addition, your Company has raised incremental drawdownsfrom banks and financial and other institutions of Rs. 2,875 crore in FY13 and raisedfresh equity of Rs. 263.5 crore taking the total incremental funding inflow for FY13 toRs. 3,139 crore, which is more than double the Rs. 1,484 crore raised in FY12.
1. Mobile Phone Loans
Your Company had conducted a pilot programme for financing the purchase of mobilephones to its members in eight branches of four states. After the success of this pilotwith Universal Digital Connect Limited (UDCL), a subsidiary of Videocon IndustriesLimited, this intiative was extended to seven states in India during FY13. The followingare the features of the mobile business:
The annual effective interest rate of the Mobile Phone Loans programme is25.51%, the loan processing fee is 0.99% and the tenure of the loan is 25 weeks
Your Company is paid a processing fee by UDCL
The price of the mobile phones financed by your Company ranges from Rs. 1,800 toRs. 2,500 (V1544 Model - MRP is Rs. 2,490 while SKS member price is Rs. 2,250)
As of March 31, 2012 and March 31, 2013, Mobile Phone Loans constituted 1.3% and 1.2%respectively, of your Companys total loan outstanding portfolio.
2. Sangam Store Loans
The Sangam Store business was not commercially viable and hence the same has not beenpursued further.
3. Gold Loans
India is one of the largest consumers of gold in the world due to a strong preferencefor gold jewellery among Indian households and its widespread use as a savings instrument.In FY11, your Company launched a gold loan pilot under the name of"Swarnapushpam" which provided personal or business loans to members in order tomeet their short-term liquidity requirements. These loans are secured by gold jewellery.The pilot was extended to 40 branches, primarily across the states of Karnataka,Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh. As of March 31, 2013, your Company had 198 employeesservicing these 40 branches. Loan amounts range from Rs. 2,000 to Rs. 1,00,000 which canbe repaid in full at maturity or as bullet payments, or equated monthly/ quarterlyinstalments with a maximum tenure of 12 months, at the option of the borrower. There areno penal or pre-closure charges and borrowers can choose to make partial prepayments. Theannual effective interest rate for gold loans typically varies between 18.5% and 25%, andis determined by the loan-to- value ratio, tenure of the loan and repayment frequency. Assuch, gold loan products do not qualify as micro credit products.
As of March 31, 2013 your Companys gold loan portfolio stood at Rs. 55.9 crore,which constituted 3.8% of your Companys total outstanding loan portfolio. The goldloan business has seen encouraging results and makes our diversification foray into securelending. The gold loan business may be operated in future through a subsidiary, based onsuccessful results from the pilot project and receipt of the required regulatoryapprovals.
RESOURCES AND LIQUIDITY
During the year under review, your Company completed 12 securitization transactions andone asset assignment transaction with eight funding partners aggregating Rs. 1,195 crore.Additionally, your Company raised incremental drawdowns from banks and financial and otherinstitutions of Rs. 2,875 crore and fresh equity of Rs. 263.5 crore taking the totalincremental funding inflow to Rs. 3,139 crore during the financial year ended March 31,2013 which is more than double the Rs. 1,484 crore raised during the financial year endedMarch 31, 2012.
During the year, various instruments used by your Company to raise funds receivedratings, a summary of which is presented in the following table:
|CARE Rating||MFI Grading||MFI 1|
|CARE Rating||Securitization||CARE A1+ (SO) *|
|CARE Rating||Securitization||CARE A+ (SO) #|
* Rating for 10 transactions
# Rating for 2 transactions
"MFI 1" Grading is the highest obtainable MFI Grading on an eight pointscale, "MFI 1" being the highest and "MFI 5" being the lowest. MFIGrading is a measure of overall performance on parameters of transparency, operationalsetup, scale of operations and sustainability.
A Securitization rating of "A1+ (SO)" is considered to indicate a very strongdegree of safety regarding timely payment of short-term debt obligations and carries thelowest credit risk while a rating of "A+ (SO)" is considered to indicate a highdegree of safety regarding timely servicing of long-term debt obligations and carries alow credit risk.
QUALIFIED INSTITUTIONAL PLACEMENT AND PREFERENTIAL ALLOTMENT
During the year under review, your Company successfully completed a QualifiedInstitutional Placement (QIP) of Rs. 230 crore in July 2012 and a Preferential Issue ofRs. 33.5 crore in August 2012.
Key highlights of the QIP and Preferential Allotments are:
The first QIP in the financial services sector in FY13
The QIP and the Preferential Allotment enabled your Company to raise the largestamount of capital in the microfinance sector post your Companys IPO in August 2010
The QIP, which was launched with an issue size of Rs. 165 crore (approximate),was oversubscribed with your Company receiving applications/ bids for Rs. 230 crore(approximate)
Floor price of Rs. 75.4
The overwhelming response to the QIP validated the important role of microfinance inachieving financial inclusion in India. The proceeds from the QIP and the PreferentialAllotment (Rs. 230 crore and Rs. 33.50 crore respectively) aggregating Rs. 263.50 crore,brought in the much-needed growth capital for your Company.
The Joint Global Coordinators and Book Runners to the QIP, which was launched on July12, 2012 and closed on July 17, 2012, were: Credit Suisse Securities (India) PrivateLimited and Yes Bank Limited.
The QIP helped your Company to strengthen its leadership position and improved theprospects of the MFI sector as a whole. Most importantly, the QIP enabled your Company tomeet the credit requirements of 4 million rural borrowers who were directly affected bythe MFI situation.
INCREASE IN SHARE CAPITAL
During the year under review, 9,07,734 equity shares were issued under yourCompanys ESOP plans. Additionally, your Company concluded a QIP of 3,04,98,069Equity Shares to Qualified Institutional Buyers at a price of Rs. 75.40 per Equity Shareand a Preferential Allotment of 44,50,000 Equity Shares to Kumaon Investment Holdings, awholly owned subsidiary of one of the Promoters,
WestBridge Ventures II LLC, at a price of Rs. 75.40 per Equity Share both, inaccordance with the provisions of the Securities and
Exchange Board of India (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations,2009. Thus, the issued, subscribed and paid-up equity share capital increased from Rs.72.36 crore to Rs. 108.21 crore as on March 31, 2013.
Details of allotments during FY13 are hereunder:
- 9,06,734 Equity Shares were issued under ESOP 2007 on May 4, 2012
- 3,04,98,069 Equity Shares were issued through a Qualified Institutional Placement(QIP) on July 19, 2012 under Chapter VIII of the SEBI (Issue of Capital and DisclosureRequirements) Regulations, 2009
- 44,50,000 Equity Shares were issued to Kumaon Investment Holdings, a wholly ownedsubsidiary of WestBridge Ventures
II, LLC, one of the promoters of your Company, through a Preferential Issue on August23, 2012 under Chapter VII of the SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements)Regulations, 2009
- 1,000 Equity Shares were issued under ESOP (ID) 2008 on December 27, 2012
Your Directors have not recommended any dividend as your Company reported losses duringthe year under review.
SHIFTING OF THE REGISTERED OFFICE FROM ANDHRA PRADESH TO MAHARASHTRA
The Shareholders vide special resolution dated August 27, 2012, passed through postalballot, approved the shifting of the Registered Office from Andhra Pradesh to Maharashtra,by amendment to the Situation Clause of the Memorandum of Association of your Company.
Your Company is in the process of obtaining the necessary statutory approvals forshifting the Registered Office of your Company to Maharashtra.
MANAGEMENT DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS
The Management Discussion and Analysis Report for the year under review is presented ina separate section on Page 36 in this Annual Report.
Your Company has adopted best corporate practices and is committed to conducting itsbusiness in accordance with the applicable laws, rules and regulations. Your Companyfollows the highest standards of business ethics. A report on Corporate Governance isprovided on Page 50 in this Annual Report.
Your Company has not accepted any fixed deposits and, as such, no amount of principalor interest was outstanding as on the date of the Balance Sheet.
1. Capital Adequacy Requirements
Your Company, being a Systemically Important Non-Deposit Accepting NBFC, is subject tocapital adequacy requirements prescribed by the RBI. Your Company has to maintain aminimum ratio of 15% as prescribed under the Non-Banking Financial (Non-Deposit Acceptingor Holding) Companies Prudential Norms (Reserve Bank) Directions, 2007 (as amended fromtime to time) based on the total Capital to Risk (weighted) Assets Ratio (CRAR).
Your Company maintained a CRAR of 33.9% and 35.4% respectively as on March 31, 2013 andMarch 31, 2012 which is higher than the statutory 15% requirement.
The modifications to the NBFC-MFI directives issued by the RBI vide its Circular No.RBI/2012-13/161 DNBS (PD) CC.No.300 /03.10.038/2012-13, dated August 3, 2012 havespecified that provision made towards portfolio in Andhra Pradesh should be in accordancewith extant NBFC prudential norms and such provision could be added back notionally to theNet Owned Fund (NOF) for the purpose of calculation of the CRAR and would be progressivelyreduced by 20% each year, over 5 years, that is, from March 31, 2013 to March 31, 2017.Accordingly, the CRAR as at March 31, 2013 was 33.9%, after adding back the provisiontowards the portfolio in Andhra Pradesh of Rs. 257.63 crore to the NOF. Had the amount ofprovision, mentioned above, not been added back to the NOF, the CRAR as at March 31, 2013would have been 20.65%. Your Company has taken cognizance of the specific dispensationgranted by the RBI.
2. NBFC-MFI Classification
The RBI vide its circular DNBS.CC.PD.No. 312 /03.10.01/2012-13, dated December 07, 2012issued a checklist of documents to be submitted along with the application for seeking aCertificate of Registration from the RBI with regard to the re-classification of existingNBFCs as NBFC-MFIs.
Your Company has accordingly submitted its application along with the supportingdocuments as per the aforesaid circular to the RBI in support of its application seekingits re-classification as an NBFC-MFI. The application is currently being processed by theHyderabad Regional Office of the RBI.
3. Monitoring of Frauds
The RBI, vide its circular DNBS.PD.CC. No. 256 /03.10.042 / 2011-12, dated March 2,2012 has extended the monitoring of frauds in deposit-taking NBFCs to include allNBFCs-ND-SI with effect from March 2, 2012.
Accordingly, your Company has reported cases of fraud in compliance with the saidcircular.
4. Fair Practices Code
The RBI on February 18, 2013 amended the Fair Practices Code for all NBFCs includingMFIs and Gold Loan companies, requiring NBFCs to lay down an appropriate grievanceredressal mechanism within their organization to resolve disputes between the company andits customers. The mechanism is to ensure that all disputes arising out of the decisionsof lending institutions functionaries are heard and disposed of at least at the nexthigher level.
At the operational level, all NBFCs are required to display prominently details oftheir companys grievance redressal officer, including details of the local office ofthe RBI at their branches and other places of business, for the benefit of theircustomers.
Your Company has revised the Code of Conduct along with relevant policies in line withthe RBIs amended Fair Practices Code for NBFCs and the details of its grievanceredressal officer and the local office of the RBI, have been displayed at its branches.
CREDIT INFORMATION BUREAU FOR MFIs
In order to address the issue of multiple lending or over-indebtedness, a number ofNBFC-MFIs have been submitting information to Credit Information Bureaus (CIBs) approvedby the RBI viz., High Mark Credit Information Services Private Limited and Equifax CreditInformation Services Private Limited. Your Company is a member of both these CIBs and hasbeen regularly submitting information to them and utilizing their reports in lendingdecisions. As the number of MFIs submitting information with CIBs increases, the trend ishelping build awareness about the perils of over-indebtedness amongst borrowers who areincreasingly accepting the usage of Credit Bureaus in the lending process.
CUSTOMER GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL
Your Companys toll-free Customer Service Helpline (1800 300 10000) has beenoperational since July 6, 2009. Since then, the Helpline has been expanded gradually,offering services in seven Indian languages, namely Bengali, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam,Marathi, Odiya and Telugu.
In October 2012, your Companys Customer Grievance Redressal (CGR) system wasrevamped. It now features a three-level mechanism in tune with RBI guidelines and SKSMicrofinance Limiteds policy of providing all possible services including grievanceredressal at the grassroots level in a transparent manner. The three levels are: 1.Reporting grievance to the Sangam Manager at the Centre Meeting; 2. A toll-free CustomerService Helpline in seven Indian languages from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm for reportinggrievances directly to the Head Office; 3. A toll-free Ombudsman line (1800 300 60000) forreporting grievance to an independent Ombudsman.
The highlights of the CGR are:
The field staff received special CGR training for the implementation of thethree-step process from July 16 to July 31, 2012
95.3% of the Sangam Member base were given special CGR training on thethree-step process
Policy aimed at protecting client data privacy has been implemented
Customer grievance resolution of 99% within the promised turnaround time
Technology combined with innovation and business process change brings in the greatestreturn. Pursuing this line, your Company is focused on advanced technology solutions thatdrive it to exponential growth through the following:
Building a secured private cloud to connect all SKS branches
Developed a robust system to extract daily incremental data from branches andprovide extensive reporting capability
Provided enhanced communication to branches via e-mail and corporate intranet
Developed several add-on products to support new business initiatives such as anenterprise application for the Gold Loan business and an in-house satellite doorstepproduct
Leveraged virtualization technologies to optimize infrastructure
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Human Resource Development is focused on and aligned to business imperatives with anemphasis on organizational performance improvement and culture-building through athree-year rolling HR roadmap. The key components of the roadmap are employeeengagement, resourcing, performance management, IT enablement, virtual delivery ofservices, people capability building, business continuity through succession planning andorganization building.
Your Company continues to strengthen its internal Human Resources processes byinvesting in standardization, optimization, automation and periodic audit of its coreprocesses. Pursuing this, an enterprise-wide Human Resource Management System (HRMS) ERPhas been rolled out during the year. It was named "SPARK - System for People Actions,Rewards and Knowledge" enabling the function to achieve operational efficiency andbuild scalability. This is an important milestone as this is one of the steps in achievingconsistent and real-time delivery of all HR processes across the country. The performancemanagement system has been streamlined across levels and efforts are underway in providingperiodic dashboards for every level.
In order to achieve capability, maturity and benchmarking of the processes, thefunction has embarked on the journey of People Capability Maturity Model (PCMM) alignmentand carved out a roadmap for certification. Learning & Development (L&D) wasleveraged fully for the functional competencies for all roles in the field. Competencyassessment and development through various training programmes have improved the deliverycapability of field staff. Talent review framework was further strengthened during theyear as part of the talent management process, improving the rigour
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P H Ravi Kumar , Chairman (Non-Executive)
Tarun Khanna , Director
Geoffrey Tanner Woolley , Director
Sumir Chadha , Director
Company Head Office / Quarters:
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Phone : Maharashtra-91-020-26592375 / Maharashtra-
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Karvy Computershare Pvt Ltd
Plot No 17-24 ,Vittal Rao Nagar ,Madhapur ,Hyderabad-500081
|Scheme Name||No. of Shares|
|IDFC Premier Equity Fund (G)||64,88,100|
|DSP BR Small And Mid Cap Fund (G)||17,48,663|
|DSP BR Equity Fund (G)||16,18,195|
|DSP BR Micro-Cap Fund (G)||9,50,621|
|Birla Sun Life Midcap Fund - Plan A (G)||7,68,000|