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MUDRA loan disbursals take a hit due to demonetisation

Despite having a lull after note ban, it has disbursed Rs 80,000 crore from April to Dec in 2016

Press Trust of India  |  Hyderabad 

Over Rs 42,520 cr disbursed under MUDRA Yojna: PM Modi

Loan disbursals by Micro Units Development and Refinance Agency (MUDRA) slowed down in the third quarter of current financial year following the demonetisation of high-value currencies, an official said on Saturday

"We have disbursed Rs 80,000 crore (from April 1 to December 31, 2016). There have been some lull during the last two months because of currency exchanges and those kind of things," Jiji Mammen, CEO of MUDRA, said.



"Otherwise, we would have reached much more than this (disbursal figure), Mammen said.

He was talking to reporters here on the sidelines of a function, where a portal of industry body to provide online access of funds to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) was launched.

Asked if he is confident of reaching the disbursal target of Rs 1.8 lakh crore for FY17, Mammen replied in the positive.

"We are hopeful. We will wait and watch how things shape up," he said and noted that loan sanction is generally "extremely well" in the last quarter.

The agency was established by the Modi Government with an initial corpus of Rs 5,000 crore to provide capital to all seeking refinancing of small business loans under the Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana (PMMY).

PMMY loans fall into three categories - Shishu (up to Rs 50,000), Kishore (Rs 50,000-Rs 5 lakh) and Tarun (Rs 5-10 lakh).

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MUDRA loan disbursals take a hit due to demonetisation

Despite having a lull after note ban, it has disbursed Rs 80,000 crore from April to Dec in 2016

Despite having a lull after note ban, it has disbursed Rs 80,000 crore from April to Dec in 2016 Loan disbursals by Micro Units Development and Refinance Agency (MUDRA) slowed down in the third quarter of current financial year following the demonetisation of high-value currencies, an official said on Saturday

"We have disbursed Rs 80,000 crore (from April 1 to December 31, 2016). There have been some lull during the last two months because of currency exchanges and those kind of things," Jiji Mammen, CEO of MUDRA, said.

"Otherwise, we would have reached much more than this (disbursal figure), Mammen said.

He was talking to reporters here on the sidelines of a function, where a portal of industry body to provide online access of funds to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) was launched.

Asked if he is confident of reaching the disbursal target of Rs 1.8 lakh crore for FY17, Mammen replied in the positive.

"We are hopeful. We will wait and watch how things shape up," he said and noted that loan sanction is generally "extremely well" in the last quarter.

The agency was established by the Modi Government with an initial corpus of Rs 5,000 crore to provide capital to all seeking refinancing of small business loans under the Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana (PMMY).

PMMY loans fall into three categories - Shishu (up to Rs 50,000), Kishore (Rs 50,000-Rs 5 lakh) and Tarun (Rs 5-10 lakh).
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MUDRA loan disbursals take a hit due to demonetisation

Despite having a lull after note ban, it has disbursed Rs 80,000 crore from April to Dec in 2016

Loan disbursals by Micro Units Development and Refinance Agency (MUDRA) slowed down in the third quarter of current financial year following the demonetisation of high-value currencies, an official said on Saturday

"We have disbursed Rs 80,000 crore (from April 1 to December 31, 2016). There have been some lull during the last two months because of currency exchanges and those kind of things," Jiji Mammen, CEO of MUDRA, said.

"Otherwise, we would have reached much more than this (disbursal figure), Mammen said.

He was talking to reporters here on the sidelines of a function, where a portal of industry body to provide online access of funds to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) was launched.

Asked if he is confident of reaching the disbursal target of Rs 1.8 lakh crore for FY17, Mammen replied in the positive.

"We are hopeful. We will wait and watch how things shape up," he said and noted that loan sanction is generally "extremely well" in the last quarter.

The agency was established by the Modi Government with an initial corpus of Rs 5,000 crore to provide capital to all seeking refinancing of small business loans under the Pradhan Mantri Mudra Yojana (PMMY).

PMMY loans fall into three categories - Shishu (up to Rs 50,000), Kishore (Rs 50,000-Rs 5 lakh) and Tarun (Rs 5-10 lakh).

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