Haryana Capfin Ltd Management Discussions.


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Forward-looking statements should be viewed in the context of many risk issues, and events that could cause the actual performance to be different from that contemplated in the Directors Report and Management Discussion and Analysis Report, including but not limited to, the risk arising from impact of changes in interest rate fluctuation, economic and political conditions. We cannot assure that outcome of this forward-looking statements will be realized. Factors like changes in Government regulations, tax laws and other factors may further influence the Companys operations or performance. The Company disclaims any duty to update the information given in the aforesaid reports.


Indias GDP grown by 6.8% in FY19 compared to 7.2% in FY18. This was due to lower growth in agriculture and mining sectors, lower government spending on public administration and weaknesses in domestic and external demand conditions. However, on the structural reforms front, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) and the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) continued evolving during the year. Also, in the World Banks Ease of Doing Business rankings, India continued its ascent for the second consecutive year and reached the 77th rank.

The Indian economy faced a slew of challenges around mid-FY19 from the external front. This was triggered by a sharp increase in the global Brent price, leading to a sharp depreciation in the Rupee along with other emerging market currencies. Around the same time, the debt defaults by IL&FS group triggered a crisis of confidence in the NBFC sector, a critical source of finance for the real estate Sector. The liquidity tightness faced by NBFCs post the IL&FS crisis impacted leveraged consumer demand for auto varieties, consumer durables, housing etc., and credit flows to small and micro borrowers during Q3FY19. However, pragmatic and regulatory interventions helped easing the situation in Q4FY19.


Several global forecasters, including the international Monetary Fund, have lowered their projections for the global economic growth in CY 2019 from a year earlier because of ongoing trade frictions, tightening of financial conditions and Brexit-related uncertainties.

Global slowdown and tight financial conditions are likely to impact Indias GDP growth during FY20 which may remain flattish over its last years level. Going by past trends, Indias growth mix remains skewed towards consumption and away from investment during the general election year. Due to impact of general elections, financial markets and capital inflows witnessed volatility in Q1 FY20. Also, as the new political regime set to follow fiscal prudence in H2FY20 may impact public investments and growth in the latter part of the year.

On the positive side, a strong political mandate ensures political stability and policy continuity. Retail (CPI) inflation is projected by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to remain below 4% up to December 2019. This should enable the Monetary Policy Committee of RBI to implement easy monetary policy during a major part of FY20.


The Company foresees, new opportunities to come up to expand its operations by way of equity participation in new projects/expansion of existing projects, considering long term growth potential of the Country. The NBFC sector holds immense potential in view of the Government of Indias increased focus towards Financial Inclusion.

The economic recovery, coupled with contained inflation has brightened the prospects of business growth. With multiple players invading the market, the ability to compete effectively will depend, to some extent, on the Companys ability to raise low cost funds in future.


The Company is engaged in the business of Finance/Investment activities. There is no other segment. Therefore, there are no separate segments for reporting as per the Accounting Standard AS-17 issued by The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.


As an NBFC, your Company is subjected to both external and internal risks. External risks due to interest rate fluctuation, slowdown in economic growth rate, political instability, market volatility, decline in foreign exchange reserves, etc. Internal risk is associated with your Companys business which includes the strategic investments in a specific sector. Any downward movement in the prospects of the sector could be a threat to the Companys prospects.

At this juncture of rapidly evolving macroeconomic risks, it becomes imperative for business to track the macroeconomic performance on an ongoing basis. Your Company recognizes the importance of risk management and has invested in people, process and technologies to effectively mitigate the above risks, so as to arrive at a profitable investment decision.


The Company has adequate internal control system, commensurate with its size and nature of operations, covering assurance of recording all the transaction details, regulatory compliance and protecting the Company assets from any kind of loss or misuse. Accounting records are adequate for preparation of financial statements and other financial information. Internal Audit is conducted on a periodical basis to ascertain the adequacy and effectiveness of internal control systems.


Total income of the Company during the year was Rs 262.27 lakhs as against Rs. 212.29 lakhs in the previous year. The profit before tax during the year was Rs. 208.37 lakhs as against Rs. 164.20 lakhs in the previous year. The Profit after tax was Rs. 198.87 lakhs as against Rs. 157.32 lakhs in the previous year.


Your Company has employed professionals/experienced persons, playing an important role in the operations of the Company. The Company will strengthen its operative staff as and when the need arises.