Capital Trust enters into a long term funding partnership with leading financial institutions

The tie up will allow Capital Trust to build a strong capital base with high level of liquidity.

Jul 22, 2021 04:07 IST India Infoline News Service

Capital Trust Limited, a digitally enabled non-banking finance company (NBFC), specialising in providing income generating micro business loans in tier 3-5 regions has announced that it has entered into a long term funding partnership with some of the leading financial institutions.

The tie up will allow Capital Trust to build a strong capital base with high level of liquidity. With this business correspondence relationships, Capital Trust will be able to expand its credit portfolio of income generating micro loans among rural India’s underserved population.

Commenting on the partnerships, Yogen Khosla, Chairman and Managing Director, Capital Trust Limited, said, “Capital Trust has entered into funding relationships with a bank, two NBFCs and a P2P lending company. These arrangements will enable Capital Trust to expand its digital lending footprint in tier 3-5 regions, primarily in Northern India.

Financial inclusion through digital disbursement is at the heart of Capital Trust’s business model. Merging best practices of fintech and traditional financing, the company has been offering 2 loan products: Capital Magic Loans (unsecured digital loans with a ticket size of INR 30,000 and tenure of 12 months) and Micro Business Loans (unsecured digital loans with a ticket size of Rs60,000 and tenure of 24 months)

“Rural India not only has more internet users and higher smart phone penetration that the urban India, but it is also growth at much faster pace. Capital Trust plays a vital role of being a catalyst in providing income generating loans to growing rural businesses. Capital Trust is one of the first NBFCs to start cashless disbursement since 2015. The company merges best practices of fintech with traditional methods of due diligence.

With the implementation of an AI Enabled Credit Engine (automated decision making with credit scoring of borrower), along with AI Enabled Geo-Tagged Client Route Mapping for increased operational efficiency, Capital Trust is truly a Rural Doorstep Fintech NBFC.” Added Vahin Khosla, Executive Director, Capital Trust Limited.

Capital Trust ended at Rs109.70 apiece up by Rs0.95 or 0.87% on the BSE.

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