Loan Frame: Solving the Financing Problem for Indian SMEs | Business World

 

Borrowers can apply for a loan by logging onto Loan Frame’s website or by downloading its Android app. The company does detailed assessment of the needs of the SMEs and then provides the right solutions for the SMEs, at the most competitive interest rates

Loan Frame was launched in mid-2016 with the objective of redefining the experience of borrowing by SMEs in India. The Company is India’s first lending marketplace fully dedicated to SMEs. Loan Frame caters to the varied loan requirements of SMEs up to Rs. 50 crores. The company differentiates from its peers with its wide set of lending products to cater to almost all needs of small and medium sized businesses.

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Exclusive: Vedanta Capital leads seed round in fintech firm Loan Frame | VC Circle & Tech Circle

 

Gurgaon-based fintech startup Loan Frame Technologies Pte Ltd has raised $2.25 million (Rs 15.3 crore) in seed investment led by Vedanta Capital, a top company executive told Techcircle.

Other investors who participated in the round include William Campbell, former chairman of Chase Card Services, and Toos N Daruvala, co-CEO of MIO Partners, Inc., McKinsey Investment Office.

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How Loan Frame Helped a Doctor Entrepreneur Set Up His Business?

Dr. RP Singh is a consulting doctor working at a large hospital based out of Delhi with an entrepreneurial streak. He wished to start a new business, managing lab machines for clinics. Given the large, upfront capital investment required, he needed to get a business loan. However, getting a loan for his start-up at a reasonable cost was proving to be nearly impossible given the absence of a track record and the multi-geography nature of work and collateral.

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Are you paying more than 11% on your SME Loan or Loan Against Property?

The good news that you have been waiting for: interest rates have finally started inching downward. Copious flows of deposits have now allowed banks the leeway to reduce lending costs across maturities and loan products. SBI, Union Bank, and PNB have taken up the gauntlet of reducing MCLR (Marginal Cost of Funds Based Lending Rate) anywhere between 65-90bps (100bps = 1%). Feedback from banks and other lending agencies suggests that others will follow suit soon enough in order to remain competitive.

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The Post-Demonetisation Borrowing Landscape – Navigating the Changes

The crucial 50 day period following the demonetisation announcement is about to end. This period has been characterised by economic convulsions, adjustments, and apprehension about the future. The difficulties that businesses small and large have faced in this time are real and well known. However, the feelings of apprehension are as real for lenders as they are for borrowers.

Following demonetisation most lenders have gone into wait and watch mode as their risk appetite has gone down even as borrower risk profiles have gone up. According to RBI data , credit or loan growth for the fortnight that ended November 25 – the first reporting fortnight after demonetisation – declined to 6.6% from 7.9% on a year-on-year basis in the previous fortnight, i.e. before the demonetisation announcement. This is nearly half of the long period loan growth rate of 12.9% between 2012 and 2016. In the fortnight ended December 11 (the latest available), YOY growth dropped even further to 5.7%.

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