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The Impact of PM MUDRA Yojana Or PM MUDRA Scheme In Indian Financial Sector

PM MUDRA Bank loan

MUDRA is the acronym for Micro Units Development and Refinance Agency. The expanded form of MUDRA itself enough to define what is MUDRA ie., MUDRA aims and functioning to develop and refinance Micro entrepreneur units in India. More precisely, beneficiaries of MUDRA are to be one of Manufacturing (Non-farm enterprises), Trading, and Services. This agency, MUDRA is heavily supported by India Govt., and its liberalized financial services routed through or implemented by various Commercial Banks, Regional Rural Banks (RRB), Small Finance Banks, Micro Finance Institutions (MFI) and Non Banking Financial Company (NBFC) functioning across the country.

Types of Non Banking Financial Companies (NBFC)

Non Banking Financial Companies (NBFC) Types
Non Banking Financial Companies (NBFC) are mainly classified into 4 types in which first will be general NBFC, secondly, Mutual Benefit Financial Company, then third, Mutual Benefit Company and finally the forth is Miscellaneous Non Banking Company.

Functions of Non Banking Financial Company (NBFC)

NBFC Company

Non Banking Financial Company also known as NBFC company, functioning as per the Indian Companies Act, giving loans and advances to the public. An NBFC company can acquire shares, stocks, bonds, debentures and securities from Government as well as local authority or any other marketable securities.