PMC Fincorp Ltd Management Discussions.


The financial year 2020-21 had been quite a challenging year for the Indian economy and particularly for the financial services sector. The continued liquidity crunch, uncertain and volatile credit environment and slow economic growth created headwinds. The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns have impacted the businesses and aggravated the prevailing sectoral challenges. Non Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs), today, are confronted with multiple challenges. The unprecedented business environment has put to test the resilience, prudence and adaptability of any business model. Having said that, the fiscal year has been full of learnings. The Company continues to closely observe the situation.

Over the course of last year, vaccination drives raised hopes, whereas renewed waves and new virus variants continue to pose concerns for the outlook. The continued spread of the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent synchronized lockdown across major cities in India resulted in shrinking of the capital market lending business.


The Company being a registered NBFC with the Reserve Bank of India has been engaged in the business of financing activities, investment in Securities of Listed and Unlisted Companies.

Your Company has earned Income from Operation and Profit before Tax aggregated to Rs. 543.26 Lacs and Rs. 243.39 Lacs during the current year, respectively as compared to Income Rs. 977.40 Lacs and Profit Rs. 191.80 Lacs during the previous year.


The Company is engaged in investment activities and other financial services during the year under review, hence the requirement of segment-wise reporting is considered irrelevant.


Despite the optimism surrounding the ongoing vaccination drive, the recent resurgence in the countrys COVID-19 infections has raised the threat of fresh pandemic restrictions. As of April 2021, many states had enforced complete lockdown thus, posing a risk to a smooth economic recovery. The RBI expects that gross Non Performing Asset (NPAs) of Scheduled Commercial Banks (SCBs) might rise to 13.5% under the baseline stress scenario. It is also estimated to further escalate under a severe stress scenario by the end of 2021. The banks would, thus, need to make higher provisions to cover the stressed assets. This in turn could impair the credit available for investment spending. Similarly, the RBI expects asset quality of NBFCs to deteriorate further due to disruption of business operations caused by the pandemic.

Your Company is committed to addressing these changes bolstered by its strengths in market position, agile execution capabilities, robust early warning systems and extensive use of analytics for risk mitigation and resource allocation. It will ensure to take advantage of the tailwinds that may emerge during the course of the year. However, strong and stable government at center, the capital market prospect would significantly improve.


The very nature of the Companys business makes it subject to various kinds of risks. The Company encounters credit risk and operational risks in its daily business operations. Further the performance of the Company is dependent on the capital markets for its returns. Even though it is envisaged that Indian stock market will continue to do well, global concerns can result in sharp corrections.


The Company recognizes that employees are its direct assets and their engagement contributes to lower turnover and absenteeism, higher productivity and better customer service.

The Companys future success depends substantially on the continued service and performance of members of its management team and employees. There is intense competition for experienced senior management and other qualified personnel, particularly office managers, field executives and employees with local knowledge in client procurement, loan disbursement and installment collections. Inability to hire additional or retain existing management personnel and employees, may impair the Companys ability to expand its business and adversely affect its revenue. Failure to train and motivate its employees properly may result in an increase in employee attrition rates, require additional hiring, divert management resources, adversely affect its origination and collection rates, increase the Companys exposure to high-risk credit and impose significant costs.

The Company has taken several actions to ensure that the talent pipeline for the Company is strong especially when it comes to key management positions. The Company also has a strong focus on ensuring that its employees are adequately trained in their job functions and on all compliance related trainings.


The Company has an adequate system of internal controls to ensure accuracy of accounting records, compliance with all laws & regulations and compliance with all rules, procedures & guidelines prescribed by the management. An extensive internal audit is carried out by independent firm of Chartered Accountants. An internal team of inspection also regularly visits branches for ensuring regulatory compliance. Post audit reviews are also carried out to ensure follow up on the observations made.


World over, the support from the governments and the central banks, has brightened the global growth outlook for 2021. As per the International Monetary Funds projection, the global economy is anticipated to expand by approximately 6%, on a lower base of estimated 3.3% degrowth. With massive vaccination drives underway, risks to recovery are likely to abate, thus leading to a gain in the momentum of economic activities.

But with the second wave of COVID-19 and the emergence of newer virus variants have made India the new hotspot of infections adding uncertainty to the anticipation of a smooth recovery. Various multilateral organisations and rating agencies have projected the Indian economy to grow at around 8%. The economic growth is likely to be aided by a very low statistical base, mass vaccination drive and a supportive fiscal stance.

The effect of mark to market profit / losses thereon have been taken into account in the Statement of Profit and Loss for the year. The Company believes that it has taken into account the impact of known events arising out of COVID-19 pandemic in the preparation of financial results resulting out of fair valuation of these investments. However the impact assessment of COVID-19 is a continuing process given its nature and duration. The Company will continue to monitor for any material changes to future economic conditions During the lockdown Company migrated to 100% work from home scenario and all the business operations continue to run smoothly.


The statements in the "Management Discussion and Analysis Report" section describes the Companys objectives, projections, estimates, expectations and predictions, which may be "forward looking statements" within the meaning of the applicable laws and regulations. The annual results can differ materially from those expressed or implied, depending upon the economic and climatic conditions, Government policies and other incidental factors.