Published On: Wed, Feb 10th, 2021

Capri Global Capital Limited records 82% growth in disbursals in Q3 FY21

New Delhi, February 10, 2021.

Capri Global Capital Ltd (CGCL), a diversified NBFC in the MSME and Affordable Housing sector, today announced its financial results for the third quarter ended December 31, 2020. MSME portfolio continues to dominate with ~55% of the AUM at Rs 22,369 mn. Home Loan businesses showed a promising growth of 16% y-o-y with an AUM of Rs 10,034 mn.

The consolidated net worth of the company stood at Rs. 16,886 mn. Aggregate disbursements in Q3 FY21 stood at Rs 3,792 mn as against Rs 2,967 mn in Q3 FY20, with growth of 28%. CGCL has active relationships over 25,000 businesses and families ending Q3 FY21 across several states in India ranging from retail outlets to small manufacturing units, traders to private schools and individuals. The Company continues focussing on Tier 3 & 4 cities. The well-established and in-depth knowledge of micro markets has helped CGCL to maintain good asset quality and keep the loan book granular. This was due to higher provisioning for the conservative approach adopted by the company to insulate from any perceivable future shocks related to bad debts.

Despite the prevailing tough market conditions, business responsiveness significantly improved month on month, the company focused on managing risk with a calibrated approach towards growth and maintained strong liquidity and capital adequacy. The Company achieved a growth of 12% in MSME and 16% housing loan portfolio during the 9MFY21. The collection efficiency has also improved month after month resulting over 85% customer paying monthly EMI regularly.

Commenting on the outcome, Mr. Rajesh Sharma, Managing Director, Capri Global Capital Ltd. explained, “The market is under consolidation and the pandemic has given us opportunity to accelerate our growth by looking for other strategic investment avenues. Additionally, it has led to review our cost structures and adopt effective cost control measures which will remain viable over the long run. We are working towards the adoption of technological initiatives and strengthening manpower to help the company be ready for future growth, consciously evaluating risks with strong solvency and focusing to grow our presence in Tier-III and Tier-IV cities of India. As we continue to navigate towards new normal, our recent performance has significantly shown our financial prudence, our business excellence, the benefits of our diversified products and our knowledge of micro-markets.”

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