To Serve Unorganized Micro Market

The arrangement will focus on 3 primary value chains -grocery, dairy, and agri.

MUMBAI, July 25 (The CONNECT) – Dvara KGFS and HDFC Bank have entered into a co-lending partnership aimed at providing business capital to micro business units operating primarily in the unorganized sector. These businesses often face limited access to formal sources of finance.

Dvara KGFS launched its exclusive Enterprise Loans vertical in 2020, focusing on 3 primary value chains -grocery, dairy, and agri. To date, the company has assisted numerous beneficiaries with working capital and business growth loans, improving their livelihood generation capabilities and facilitating their inclusion in the Indian economy.

In line with its ambitious plans for this year’s Annual Operating Plan (AOP), Dvara KGFS seeks to extend credit to micro businesses across the 10 states that it serves. This collaboration with HDFC Bank will help Dvara KGFS realize its ambitions.

LVLN Murty, MD, and CEO of Dvara KGFS said the engagement will enhance his company’s capabilities in empowering micro businesses operating in rural areas.”

The co-lending form of collaboration is seeing good traction and demand in recent times and this partnership is another indication of this growing trend. The partnership brings to fore the synergies between the two organizations in terms of Dvara KGFS’s strong rural origination capabilities and understanding of rural markets combined with HDFC Bank’s brand, financial strength, and strong risk framework.

K. Venkatesh, Executive Vice President and Business Head, Sustainable Livelihood Initiative, HDFC Bank said, the two entities will serve to increase the credit flow to the under penetrated areas and encourage the beneficiaries to become self-reliant.