With the current round of fund raising, Moneyboxx has so far received sanction of Rs30.9cr debt during the current fiscal out of which INR 23.9 crore has been availed. Moneyboxx plans to raise a total of over Rs105cr of debt from various lenders in FY 22.
Deepak Aggarwal, Co-CEO & CFO, Moneyboxx Finance Ltd said, “We at Moneyboxx Finance have created a robust system to support micro-businesses andentrepreneurs and the fact that leading lender DCB Bank Ltd have reposed faith in us is a validation of our business model and we are indeed grateful to them for their support. On-boarding of DCB is a big event for us as they are the first scheduled bank as lender which paves the way for larger debt rounds in times to come. The funds will help us to further our cause of supporting the deserving micro enterprises and create a positive impact in this segment.”
“Our cumulative collection efficiency of 99% as of Jun 2021 despite CoVID-19 challenges is testimony to the fact that if underwriting and collection processes are robust, it is possible to create same or even better quality of book along with a sustainable and profitable business model in the unsecured lending segment,” he added.
Moneyboxx plans to utilize the proceeds to support its disbursement target of Rs150cr in FY22, which will be 2.7 times of its lending in FY21.
On Sensex, Moneyboxx completed at Rs81.50 per piece flat compared to the previous closing.