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IFMR Trust

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Type: Blog Article

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  • A Brief Comparison of Ombudsmen Frameworks – Part 2

    By Madhu Srinivas, IFMR Finance Foundation Following our initial post on a brief comparison of grievance redressal mechanisms existing in India for financial services, at first glance it can be seen that there is considerable variation in the process elements among the various sector ombudsmen. This is indicative of varying processes, approach and service levels […]

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Generated 1 week ago

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  • A Brief Comparison of Ombudsmen Frameworks – Part 1

    By Madhu Srinivas, IFMR Finance Foundation This is the first of a two-part blog series on the state of Grievance Redress in the Indian Financial System. An independent grievance redress function that financial services consumers have access to, in the event of less than satisfactory resolution of one’s grievances by the internal grievance redressal processes […]

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Generated 4 weeks ago

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Generated 1 month ago

IFMR Trust

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IFMR Trust

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Generated 1 month ago

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  • District-level Assessment of Credit Depth in Uttar Pradesh

    By Nishanth K, IFMR Finance Foundation In this post we assess the state of bank credit depth for the state of Uttar Pradesh (UP) and the variation in credit depth across the 75 districts of UP during the 2004-12 period. We define ‘credit-depth’ as the ratio of total bank credit outstanding to gross domestic product […]

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Generated 1 month ago

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  • Monetary Policy Transmission in India – Part 2

    By Madhu Srinivas, IFMR Finance Foundation In the second post of our two-part series on Monetary Policy Transmission, we take a closer look at the impediments to policy transmission in India and also list the recent measures taken by RBI/Government to overcome these impediments. In addition we look at what recent empirical evidence has to say […]

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Generated 2 months ago

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  • Monetary Policy Transmission in India – Part 1

    By Madhu Srinivas, IFMR Finance Foundation Monetary policy plays a significant role in determining the trajectory of a country’s economy. While not directly affecting the structure of a financial system, the policy significantly influences the actions of economic agents of the financial system, including financial institutions. In that respect, the mechanics and effectiveness of transmission […]

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Generated 2 months ago

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  • The Innovative Finance Revolution

    Foreign Affairs magazine in association with The Rockefeller Foundation has published a special issue titled “The Innovative Finance Revolution”. The issue focuses on how innovative finance, characterised by financial tools such as pooled insurance and securitised debt among others, can put the power of private capital markets to work for the public good and can […]

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Generated 2 months ago

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  • All’s well that repays well? Not necessarily.

    By Vaishnavi Prathap, IFMR Finance Foundation The past year has seen many commentaries on the rapid expansion of microfinance in India warning of the imminent consequences of unbalanced growth. The most striking statistic in this context — that the average client’s dues more than doubled in just four years (between 2012 and 2016), far outpacing […]

  • Guidelines for Suitability in Lending to Low-Income Households

    By Vaishnavi Prathap, IFMR Finance Foundation In December 2014, the Reserve Bank of India published the Charter of Customer Rights as a commitment to protecting the interests of consumers of financial services. The charter includes the Right to Suitability, defined as the principle that “products offered should be appropriate to the needs of the customer […]

  • NBFCs’ Collection Efficiency Takes a Hit Post Demonetisation

    By Bindu Ananth & Kshama Fernandes Non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) represent an important linkage between the formal banking sector and informal segments of the real economy in India (wage labourers, smallholder farmers, unorganised retail, and domestic workers) through the channelling of credit from the former to the latter. They have a significant presence in the […]

  • Comments on the Report of Watal Committee on Digital Payments

    By Malavika Raghavan, IFMR Finance Foundation Shortly after Christmas last month, a press release from the Ministry of Finance on 28th December announced that the Committee on Digital Payments (chaired by Ratan P. Watal) had submitted its Report. IFMR Finance Foundation’s Future of Finance Initiative has provided its response to the Report. The Committee had […]

  • Agricultural Markets: Five Opportunities for Innovation After Demonetisation

    Guest post by Samir Shah, MD & CEO, NCDEX Due to the demonetisation of currency and recall of the currency notes of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 denominations announced by the government there was some panic in the initial days and the mandis were closed for some days. However, things are becoming better with the […]

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Generated 7 months ago

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  • The Nexus of Financial Inclusion and Stability: Implications for Holistic Financial Policy-Making

    Guest Post by Dr. Martin Melecky, Lead Economist, South Asia Region, World Bank Both financial inclusion and financial stability are high on international policy makers’ agenda. For instance, the G-20 has called for global commitments to both advancing financial inclusion (the Maya Declaration and the Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion) and enhancing financial stability (the […]

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Generated 7 months ago

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  • Aggregate Risk, Saving and Malnutrition in Agricultural Households

    Guest post by Dr. Anjini Kochar, Stanford University, C. Nagabhushana and N. Raghunathan, Catalyst Management Why is malnutrition in India’s central belt, which includes the state of Madhya Pradesh and Bihar, so high and so persistent despite relatively high rates of income growth? High rates of malnutrition reflect diets that predominantly feature cereals at the […]

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Generated 7 months ago

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  • IFMR Capital: The Money Conductors

    The latest edition of the Forbes India magazine features a cover story on IFMR Capital. The story traces the origins of IFMR Capital, its evolution over the years and how its work is translating into financial access for high-quality partner originators that it works with. “It is our mission to reach out to Indians who […]

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Generated 7 months ago

IFMR Trust

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