Today's Top Gainer
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A. Indian NBFCs:
Despite sluggish economic growth, slowdown in demand and sharper bank focus on retail loans, NBFCs have been gaining market share across major asset classes. So far, non-banking fi nance companies (NBFCs) have scripted a great success story. Their contribution to the economy has grown in leaps and bounds from 8.4% in 2006 to above 14% in March 2015.1 In terms of fi nancial assets, NBFCs have recorded a healthy growth a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 19% over the past few years comprising 13% of the total credit and expected to reach nearly 18% by 2018 19.
The success of NBFCs can be clearly attributed to their better product lines, lower cost, wider and effective reach, strong risk management capabilities to check and control bad debts, and better understanding of their customer segments. Not only have they shown success in their traditional bastions (passenger and commercial vehicle finance) but they have also managed to build substantial assets under management (AUM) in the personal loan and housing finance sector which have been the bread and butter for retail banks.
B. Business Prospects:
Over the years, the NBFC sector has been gaining systemic importance. The same can be seen with the rise in share of NBFC assets as a percentage of bank assets, total number of NBFCs have come down from 51,929 in 1997 to 11,769 as on September 30, 2015 whereas the asset size has grown from Rs.75,913 crore as at end March 1998 to Rs. 1,610,729 crore at end September 2015.
C. Performance Review:
During the year your company had a total revenue of Rs 2.22 crores for the year ended March 2017, decline by 9.26% from the previous year. However Profit after Tax was increased from Rs. 31.00 lacs from last year to Rs. 33.26 lacs this year, an increase of 7.30%.
D. Risk Factors:
NBFCs have witnessed a stress in asset quality during the last two-three years due to weak operating environment and economic downturn. Sectors which are directly linked to economic activities like c ommercial v ehicle, construction equipment and infrastructure financing have witnessed sharp deterioration in asset quality. Gold loan NBFCs have also witnessed asset quality concerns on account of regulatory uncertainties, correction in gold prices and funding constraints.
As the economic slowdown and rising interest rates impacted NBFCs, regulatory changes such as fiscal, monetary policies, RBI restrictions have emerged as major areas of concern. Small &mid-size NBFC also faces liquidity crunch, because lack of refinance facilities and cost of funds.
E. Opportunities and Threats:
NBFC has access to large untapped market both rural and urban. NBFC can hace tie up with global financial giants thereby availability of fiances. It has opportunities in credit card, personal loans and housing finance and loan against shares etc.
However due to high cost of funds and restriction of deposit accepting NBFCs, it has posed challenge to NBFCs. Also NBFC faces competition from growing retail thrust within banks and unorganized money lenders.
With the ongoing stress in the public sector banks due to mounting bad debt, their appetite to lend (especially in rural areas) is only going to deteriorate, thereby providing NBFCs with the opportunity to increase their presence. Additionally, improving macroeconomic conditions, higher credit penetration, increased consumption and disruptive digital trends will allow NBFCs credit to grow at a healthy rate of 7 10% (real growth rate)3 over the next five years. The NBFC segment is a catalyst to the economic development of the country. The RBI is constantly striving to bring necessary changes in the NBFC regulatory space to proactively provide regulatory support to the segment and also to ensure financial stability in the long run.
G. Segment Wise or Product Wise Performance:
The company operates in only one segment i.e. Leasing and Finance. The company is mainly into Hire Purchase activity. Financing on HP basis auto rickshaw, Computers, Equipments etc.
H. Internal Control System and their Adequacy:
Your Company has adequate internal control system commensurate with the size and nature of its business.
I. Discussion and Financial performance with respect to operational performance:
The details of the financial performance of the Company are appearing in the Balance Sheet, Profit & Loss Account and other financial statements appearing separately. Please refer the Directors Report for highlights.
J. Material Developments in Human Resources/ Industrial Relations Front:
There are no material developments. The company recognizes the importance of key role played by the people and maintains a cordial and harmonious relationship with its employees. The productivity of staff of the Company has been satisfactory.
Statements in the Management Discussion and Analysis and the annual report describing the Companys objectives, projections, estimates, expectations may be forward looking statements within the meaning of applicable securities laws and regulations in India and other countries. Actual results could defer materially from those expressed or implied. Important factors that could make a difference to the Companys operations include economic conditions affecting the domestic market, in which the Company operates, changes in the Government regulations, tax laws and other statutes and other incidental factors and unforeseen circumstances.
|On behalf of Board of Directors|
|Date: June 30, 2018|