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Faircent believes in extending a helping hand in tough times and considering the current situation, we have launched a new product named as ‘Anti-Lockdown Loan’ which will help you in financial crunches.In Anti-Lockdown Loan you need to worry for EMIs for next 3 months and you are also free to make part payments or foreclosure as per your pocket.
For NBFCs and micro finance institutions, the RBI proposed to make available liquidity worth ₹50,000 crore under the Targeted Long term repo operation (TLTRO) 2.0. This will allow banks to access 3-year funding from RBI to invest in investment grade corporate papers of small and mid-sized NBFCs and MFIs.
Responsive to the need of the hour to fight Corona Virus from all fronts, Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI), the principal financial institution engaged in the promotion, financing and development of Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs), has launched SAFE (SIDBI Assistance to Facilitate Emergency response against Corona Virus) scheme.
MSEs engaged in manufacturing of hand sanitizers, masks, gloves, head gear, body suits, shoecovers, ventilators, goggles, testing labs etc. can avail loans up to Rs. 50 lakh at a fixed interest rate of 5 per cent for a maximum loan repayment tenure of 5 years. These are collateral free loans and may be sanctioned within 48 hours of applying and submission of documents.
i) Term Loans: In terms of RBI COVID 19 regulatory package, SBI has initiated steps to defer the instalments and interest/EMIs on Term Loans falling due between 01.03.2020 to 31.05.2020. Accordingly, the total repayment period will be extended by 3 months over the original repayment period.
ii) Working Capital: In respect of working capital facilities sanctioned in the form of Cash Credit/OD, interest applied during the period 01.03.2020 to 31.05.2020 shall be deferred and interest accumulated for the period shall be paid/recovered after the expiry of deferment period along with the monthly interest for June 2020.
Facebook to offer financial support to small businesses affected by COVID-19 by giving $100 million in ad credits and cash grants to 30,000 small businesses in more than 30 countries. The grants will also apply to news publishers.