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Foreign fund Amansa Holdings has offloaded its 2.56 percent stake in financial arm of Murugappa Group, Cholamandalam Investment and Finance Company for Rs. 388 crore via open market transaction. Cholamandalam is an investment firm that primarily deals in home loans, home equity loans and SME loans.
Private equity firm, True North is likely to buy a major stake in a mortgage firm Home First Finance Company (HFFC) for Rs. 600 crore. True North is expected to invest half of the amount in the company and remaining funds will be paid to the existing shareholders of the company. HFFC primarily deals in providing affordable home loans to low and middle income customers who are first time home buyers.
Securities Exchange Board of India has eased the norms for Debt Mutual Funds for investing in Indian HFCs. Debt Mutual Funds can now invest up to 15 percent of their total net assets in housing finance companies as compared to 10 percent earlier. The norms have been relaxed with a view to attract more funds for affordable housing activities. As a result, shares of housing finance companies rose by 4 percent on 23rd February, 2017.
Kissandhan Agri Financial Services Pvt. Ltd, NBFC regulated by RBI has announced the launch of its loan products to the farmers of largest grain mandi of India in Narela, Delhi. The NBFC is currently offering loans in Haryana, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Uttrakhand and plans to expand to the states of West Bengal and Bihar. The company has disbursed cumulative loans of Rs. 772 crore to farmers across India, since its inception in April, 2014.
ESAF Microfinance and Investment Pvt. Ltd plans to launch its small finance bank on 11th March, 2017 in Kerala by running a pilot at five branches. The bank intends to initiate its banking operations from 18th March, 2017 and expects to open 70 branches over the next three months. The bank has a target to garner 20 percent of its loan portfolio from MSME borrowers with the rest 10 and 70 percent from home loan and microfinance respectively.
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