The deal was subscribed by Netherland-based fund ASN Microkredietpool, advised by Triple Jump BV, city-based Northern Arc Capital said in a statement.
For Samunnati Financial Intermediation and Services, the fund raised, is the first offshore debt investment and would be utilised to build its portfolio by financing the underserved small farmers and agri-enterprises.
"The agricultural value chain is responsible for the livelihood of millions of rural households in India. Despite this, large parts of this critical sector have been outside the ambit of traditional finance," Northern Arc Capital, CEO, Kshama Fernandes said.
"Northern Arc is pleased to have provided Samunnati funding through its own balance sheet as well as access to reputed global investors..," he added.
Chennai-based, Samunnati Financial Intermediation and Services offers financial intermediation, advisory and trade services to agriculture value chain.
It provides retail loans, micro-agri loans to small farmers, and working capital loans to community based organisations.
So far the company disbursed Rs 860 crore worth of credit.
Managing Director and CEO of Samunnati Financial, Anil SG Kumar said the transaction was an important milestone in the company's growth story.
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