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Companies and Markets releases new market report on Indian Microfinance Sector

Companiesandmarkets.com a web portal that provides comprehensive range of global market research reports covering 27 different industry sectors has released a new report on the Indian Microfinance Sector.The report provides detailed information on the business strategy along with products and services of various Indian MFI’s.

Priced at £600.00 (Rs 40,000 Approx) the report can be purchased at that the following link
India Microfinance Market Report – By Companiesandmarkets.com

KEY FINDINGS & HIGHLIGHTS

• One of the fastest growing sectors of India, microfinance is spearheading intense competition among the largest players.

• Microfinance institutions at present serve an estimated 120 million clients in the world.

•Indian microfinance sector is expected to grow nearly ten times by 2011 to a size of about Rs250 billion from the current market size of Rs27 billion, at a compounded annual growth rate of 76%.

• The microfinance institutions are organised under three models: SHG, Grameen model/Joint liability groups and Individual banking groups as in cooperatives.

• Indian microfinance market is dominated by SHG bank linkage and MFI model.

Indian Microfinance Market Report

Table of Contents

1. MICROFINANCE – AN OVERVIEW
1.1 Microfinance – A Short Background
1.2 Global Developments in Microfinance
1.2.1 Penetration in South Asia
1.3 Micro-Finance in India
1.3.1 Models practiced in Indian Microfinance Industry
1.3.1.1 MFI Model
1.3.1.2 Self Help Group Bank Linkage Model
1.3.2 MFI and SHG Bank Linkage Credit Supply
1.3.3 Role of Central Banks
1.3.4 Role of Women
1.3.5 Microfinance & Poverty Alleviation
1.4 Urban Microfinance
1.5 Rating of Microfinance Institutions
1.5.1 Indicators for rating
2 MARKET SCENARIO
2.1 Market Size and Growth
2.2 MF Institutions
2.2.1 SKS Microfinance
2.2.1.1 Introduction
2.2.1.2 Business Activity/Products and Services
2.2.1.3 Business Strategy
2.2.1.4 Outlook
2.2.2 SHARE Microfin Limited
2.2.2.1 Introduction
2.2.2.2 Business Activity/Products and Services
2.2.2.3 Business Strategy
2.2.2.4 Outlook
2.2.3 BASIX
2.2.3.1 An Introduction
2.2.3.2 Business Activity/Products and Services
2.2.3.3 Business Strategy
2.2.3.4 Outlook
2.3 Role of NGOs in microfinance
2.3.1 SEWA
2.3.1.1 Introduction
2.3.1.2 Business Activity /Products and Services
2.3.1.3 Business Strategy
2.3.1.4 Outlook
2.3.2 Mysore Resettlement and Development Agency
2.3.2.1 Introduction:
2.3.2.2 Business Activity / Products and Services
2.3.2.3 Business Strategy
2.3.2.4 Outlook
2.3.3 PRADAN
2.3.3.1 Introduction:
2.3.3.2 Business Activity/Products and Services
2.3.3.3 Business Strategy
2.3.3.4 Outlook
2.3.4 Society for the Promotion of Area Resource Centres
2.3.4.1 Introduction:
2.3.4.2 Business Activities/Products and Services
2.3.4.3 Business Strategy
2.3.4.4 Outlook
2.4 Private Banks
2.4.1 ICICI Bank
2.4.1.1 Introduction:
2.4.1.2 Business Activity/Products and Services
2.4.1.3 Business Strategy
2.4.1.4 Outlook
2.4.2 ABN Amro Bank
2.4.2.1 Introduction:
2.4.2.2 Business Activity/Products and Services
2.4.2.3 Business Strategy
2.4.2.4 Outlook
2.5 Commercial Banks
2.5.1 State Bank of India
2.5.1.1 Introduction:
2.5.1.2 Business Activity/Products and Services
2.5.1.3 Business Strategy
2.5.1.4 Outlook
2.5.2 National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development
2.5.2.1 Introduction:
2.5.2.2 Business Activity/Products and Services
2.5.2.3 Business Strategy
2.5.2.4 Outlook
2.5.3 Small Industries and Development Bank of India
2.5.3.1 Introduction:
2.5.3.2 Business Activity/Products and Services
2.5.3.2 Business Strategy
2.5.3.4 Outlook
3. GROWTH DRIVERS
3.1 Need for Bank Credit by Unprivileged Class
3.2 Availability of Finance
3.3 Government Policy and Support
3.4 Consolidation in the Industry
3.5 Growing Migration and Urbanisation
3. 6 Human Resource Capacities
4. ISSUES & CHALLENGES
4.1 Literacy & Skill Levels of Clientele
4.2 High Transaction and Service Cost
4.3 Credit Risk
4.4 Skewed Regional Distribution of Microfinance
4.5 Diversion of Funds to Unproductive Activities
4.6 Regulatory Issues
4.7 Irregular Flow of Income due to Seasonality
4.8 Uncertainty of Market Conditions
4.9 Lack of Tangible Proof for Assessment of Income
4.10 Need for Information Sharing & Better Technology
5. OUTLOOK
5.1 Size and Growth
5.2 Penetration of Microfinance in Future and Role of Private Sector Investment
5.3 Sustainability of Microfinance
5.3.1 Policy Environment
5.3.2 Financial Infrastructure
5.3.3 Developing Viable Microfinance Institutions
5.3.4 Pro-poor Innovations
5.3.5 Social Intermediation
5.4 Scalability of Microfinance in Future
ANNEXURE – BIBILOGRAPHY

Abhay N

Author : 

Abhay is the founder and managing editor of India Microfinance. He is passionate about microfinance, financial inclusion and social entrepreneurship in India.

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