Gurugram-based Satin Creditcare Network (SNN) is set to apply for a small finance bank (SFB) licence. It was badly singed as a microfinance institution during demonetisation, but has since bounced back. SNN’s chairman and managing director, H P Singh, spoke to Raghu Mohan on the need to transform into an SFB for reasons ranging from stability in funding to hawking a wider suite, given its reach in the hinterland. Edited excerpts:
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First Published: Tue, October 22 2019. 00:28 IST
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