Why and when MSME needs funding?
MSMEs require loans or funding to start a firm or expand an existing one. MSMEs require a lot of labor and have a lot of potential to create jobs. The government is eager to improve credit flow to SMEs, but it must do far more than just improve access to capital.
How would SME Matters assist MSMEs in getting the appropriate loan?
Because we appreciate your company, we’ve found a feasible source of funding! With the various loans, you can fund your company’s day-to-day operations or long-term investments.
SME Matters also assists businesses in preparing for an IPO. We assist businesses in strategizing, making decisions, and achieving their growth goals. It is a method for organisations to raise revenue by selling shares to the general public.
What is the appropriate loan amount for you and the eligibility to get loan?
The Indian government has proposed a number of lending programmes to help MSMEs get credit, and the banks and financial sectors have also lent to them. Also, Banks are required by RBI regulations to give MSME loans of up to Rs. 10 lakh without requiring collateral. Banks may enhance this amount to Rs. 25 lakh depending on the financial position and track record of MSME firms.There are eligibility and credit limits set for each scheme.
MSME’s need to do Udyog Aadhar registration to avail the MSME benefits.
The Udyog Aadhar Registration is a completely online process which is totally free of cost. Industries registered with Udyog Aadhar become entitled to receive the benefits of several government schemes such as subsidies, easy loan approvals etc.
Following are the documents needed for MSME Registrations:
The MSME Unit can approach directly to any of our branch offices and submit their request for loan requirement from any of the banks under our tie up agreement. The official sitting at the branch will provide hand holding support to the MSME unit by assisting them in completing all documentation as required for further submission to the bank.
MSMEs with a turnover of Rs 100 crore and outstanding loans with banks and NBFCs of up to Rs 25 crore can apply for the ‘Emergency Credit Line’ with their current lenders. This credit line is only available against their existing’standard’ loan accounts, which are those that haven’t been flagged as non-performing by their lenders.
Yes, collateral-free MSME loans are available, with a 12-month moratorium term. For MSME loans, eligible borrowers would not be needed to submit any new collateral.
Yes, global tenders worth less than Rs. 200 crore will be barred from promoting or providing opportunities to local players.
Yes, loan applicants must open an operative account (Savings/Current Bank Account) that meets the bank’s KYC requirements, including a proper introduction, address proof, ID evidence, and photo, among other things.
For units requiring working capital limitations of up to Rs. 5 crore, the demand is calculated as 25% of the next year’s expected turnover, with the working capital limit set at 20% of the estimated turnover. The balance will be brought in by the promoters in the form of equity or loans.
The working capital requirement is calculated using the Maximum Permissible Bank Finance Method for limits greater than Rs. 5 crore. It may also differ from one bank to the next.
The total package of Rs. 3 lakh crore that is backed by a government guarantee is offered under Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan.