Tagged: financial inclusion
December 13, 2016 at 8:17 pm #215
Any ideas on the future of – Banking, Lending, Savings in India!December 19, 2016 at 1:07 pm #238
Can India Stack assist me in helping the underbanked and financially undeserved Micro enterprises in rural and semi urban areas ? I want to create a social responsible platform to weed out the evils of “informal lending” in our society.
I really dont know know where to start from or who to contact.January 31, 2017 at 6:29 pm #1695
You can get started with the India Stack APIs for the technology backbone of your platform. The use of Aadhaar allows you to verify an individual’s identity remotely, UPI allows you to Push/Pull payments between banking accounts, eSIGN can be used to allow users to sign documents digitally and finally you can use DigiLocker/Consent to get more information about an user to calculate his credit worthiness.February 15, 2017 at 11:54 am #1738
In India, Many people are still in Informal sector and some lower income salaried people are also Lending money for their short term needs from Money Lenders for higher interest rates (will be 1% per Day!). If we drive the community towards banks for short term loans (for some Days) rather than money lenders, It will be the real Financial inclusion. For a country like India, Universal basic income scheme was not a good idea ( Un-productive) .Instead of this we can go for Over Draft (OD) model in associate with NPCI, RBI, Banks.
1) ELIGIBLITY: Every person In India with Only One Bank Account across ALL SHEDULED COMMERCIAL BANKS.
2) OD Extension: Rs 20,000/- Per Person.
3) Interest Rate: As per Bank norms,
4) What Scheme Cover: Government or Bodies will reimburse the Interest with Cap of Highest 6% per Person on Monthly Basis
5) Guarantee: Because of the person have only one account at any time, and he can’t open a new account
1) Guarantee to Banks for their money
2) Capital Requirements for banks
Role of NPCI:
1) Mapping the All bank accounts of a person in All scheduled commercial bank with AADHAAR.
2) Assure the banks by providing a LOCK of a Person AADHAAR and Bank Details.
3) To prevent the person who want open a new account in another bank until and unless clearing the OD amount with old bank by providing a Lock.
Role of RBI:
• Formulate rules and encouraging the all Banks towards this OD model for Broad Interests of NATION.
Union Govt, State Govt, NGO’s, Religious Boards, any other Bodies with financially well off.
Role of Central Governments:
1) Aggregate the all stake Holders and providing Tax incentives to them.
2) Since it is performance based scheme,it will productive to nation
If a Person taken an amount of Rs 20,000/- as OD,for this amount interest(6%) will be Rs 100/- per month.it can reimbursed by Union Govt, State Govt, NGO’s, Religious Boards, any other Bodies like NABARD which are financially well off.
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