WHY FULLERTON INDIA FOR PERSONAL LOANS
The need for a Personal Loan is immediate requires a quick response.
Sometimes even a small amount may save the day. The Previous financial history may have suffered due to delayed or overdue Credit Card payments. Lock in period ( months in the foreclosure clause.)
Fullerton India is willing to offer a Personal Loan to all applicants working in Limited/ Pvt limited /PSU or government concerns. Loan amount may be offered as a testing ground. Customers have readily endorsed this opportunity to come out of the debt trap & consequently gone back to Fullerton India for further loan amounts.
Careful & vigilant follow ups have helped to keep delinquencies under control.
Policies that are customer friendly, encompassing all salary segments Fullerton India is ready to process Personal loans of customers with 18000/- salary credited to the Bank.
PRIVELEGES FOR WOMEN APPLICANTS
- Reduced rate of Interest offered -2% lower than the applicable base rate.
- Maximum loan amount sanctioned 10 lakhs.
Repayment period or tenure of loan is up to 48 months.
PERSONAL LOAN ELIGIBILITY
- Applicant should be above 21 years of age up to a maximum of 60 years.
Having a job experience of 3 years or more
Current job stability should be 6 months or more
Salary credited to Bank account should be 18000/- net or more.
Customer should be residing with his/her family in rented or preferably self owned residence.
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Fullerton India plans to raise Rs 100 bn in FY19 to fund lending operations
News from Business Standard
Fullerton India Credit Company Ltd, the Temasek-backed finance firm, plans to raise Rs 100 billion in FY19 to fund lending operations. Rajashree Nambiar, CEO and MD of Fullerton India, said borrowings will be through a combination of bank lines, bonds, commercial papers and securitisation. Read More
Fullerton India to expand secured rural lending, enter new States
News from Business Line
Fullerton India Credit Company is looking to tap the rural markets in Jharkhand, Assam, Punjab and Kerala over the next one-two years.
The NBFC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore-based Fullerton Financial Holdings, part of Temasek Holdings, operates its rural business under the ‘Gramshakti’ brand. It recently entered the eastern States of Bihar, Odisha and West Bengal.Read More
Fullerton India’s Digital Business Has Grown 10x In The Last One Year
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Fullerton India provides instant “Cash-in-account” to salaried individuals, for up to Rs 60,000 for new customers applying on our Instaloan app, fully leveraging the advanced data-analytics capabilities. The digital business has grown 10x over the last one year, and over 20% of new salaried customers are originated via our digital business. EC’s Abhishek Raval speaks with Rajashree Nambiar, CEO & MD, Fullerton India Credit Company Read More
Fullerton India Partners with Paytm for Pay payment solutions
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Non banking financial company Fullerton India Credit Company Limited (Fullerton India) has partnered with Paytm to enable a hassle-free payment solution for its customer. “This collaboration is aimed at enhancing customer experience by empowering users to pay Equated Monthly Instalments (EMIs) as well as their past dues through Paytm, with a single click,” a statement said. Read More
Fullerton India launches Samriddhi Loan for women borrowers
News from DH
Fullerton India Credit Company Limited (Fullerton India), a non-banking financial company (NBFC), on International Women’s Day, Thursday, announced the launch of ‘Samriddhi Loan’ â€“ a personal loan specially designed for its select Solidarity Group…Read More
Fullerton India Home finance appoints Rakesh Makkar as CEO
News from The Economic Times
“Rakesh has been instrumental in driving the robust growth at Fullerton India over the past four years and we are confident that in his new role, he will establish Grihashakti as one of the fastest growing home loan players of the country,” said Anil Noronha, Executive Vice President and Head – Human Capital,Fullerton India. Read More
NBFC Fullerton India enables EMI payment through Paytm
News from The Economics Times
Fullerton India Credit Company, a non-banking financial company (NBFC), has partnered with Paytm to enable a hassle-free payment solution for its customers. This collaboration is aimed at enhancing customer experience by empowering users to pay Equated Monthly Installments (EMIs) as well as their past dues through Paytm, with a single click. Read More
IFC looks to invest $100 million in Fullerton India Credit Company’s bond issue
News from The Economics Times
Temasek Holdings owned Fullerton India Credit Company is in advanced stage of talks with International Finance Corporation to privately place $100 million masala bonds with the later, a company official said. Read More