Mansi Finance (Chennai) Ltd Management Discussions.

Economic Overview

With the Indian economy growing at the average annual growth rate of 8 percent over the past three years, the demand for automobiles has gone up and consequently the demand for finance too. This is expected to be sustained for another five years, in view of continued thrust of the successive governments in infrastructure development.

Interest rates have started moving upward which is evident from the hike in reverse repo rate effected thrice in the last fiscal by the Reserve Bank of India. This will increase the cost of borrowing with consequential affect on the lending rate.

Opportunities:

The continued exponential growth in the country has created enormous opportunities for financial intermediaries to exploit favourable and propel their business to greater heights.

India has emerged as one of the fastest growing economies in the globe and has generated a lot of interest among foreign investors both financial and strategic. Global players see India as the future economic powerhouse and they are making huge investments in different business within the country. Buoyant market conditions and sustained economic growth over the past few years coupled with a very positive outlook in the coming years give the business of our Company.

Threats:

Ever surge in business opportunities economic growth with its new entrants into the market. New entrants could be a threat to the various business segments of the Group. However, competition only help the Group build a strong business model, employ the best human talent and capitalize on the long years of excellent client relationship and a proven track record.

Segment-wise or product-wise performance:

At present the Company is carrying on only one segment of financing business.

Risks and concerns:

Any change in the interest rate in the market will have impact on the profit of the company. The company has a defined credit policy duly approved and reviewed by the Management from time to time. The credit policy is strictly implemented and the debtors are regularly monitored. However any default or downgrade of credit worthiness of customers may affect profitability.

Y>The company strives to comply with all the statutory laws of the Country. But the same law may be misused by opposite party especially the defaulters. It may happen in financial business that some people may get loan from the financiers with no intention to repay.

Internal control systems and their adequacy:

The company has instituted adequate internal control procedure commensurate with the nature of its business and size of its operations. It is based on well-defined individual roles and responsibilities with their limit of authority at various level, as well as effective feedback flow. All the significant observations and follow-up actions thereon are reported to the Board of Directors. An Audit Committee consisting of three independent directors are in place.

Human Resource/Industrial Relation:

Your company believes that its employees represent the backbone of its success. The company, on one hand provides its people with an environment in which they develop, excel and innovate, while on other, it sets challenging targets and rewards superior performance.

The HR Policies of the company have been designed to achieve the following goals:

Better quality and safety

Research and development capabilities

Lesser attrition rate.

Industrial relations at all the works of the company remained cordial and harmonious during the current period under review. Despite severe competition, the enthusiasm and unstinting efforts of the employees have enabled the company to remain at the forefront of the industry.

There is no transaction conflicting with the interest of the company.

Cautionary statement

Estimates and expectations stated in this Management Discussion and Analysis may be "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the applicable laws and regulations. Actual results could differ materially from those expressed or implied. Important factors that could make a difference to your Companys operation include economic conditions affecting the interest rate, inflation, changes in the interest rate, changes in the Government regulations, tax laws, other statues and incidental factors. The Company undertakes no responsibility to update or revise any forward-looking statement.