New Delhi based SATYA MicroCapital Secures $60M Debt Funding from Japan’s Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

SATYA MicroCapital Limited has reportedly secured INR 500Cr (appr. $60 million) debt funding from Japan-based Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC Bank).

RBI registered NBFC-MFI, SATYA MicroCapital Limited has successfully “raised INR 500Cr (USD 60Mn) from Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation which is a Japanese multinational banking financial services institution owned by Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, Inc.”

The infusion of debt funding “will engender an advancement in scaling up SATYA’s operational model while continuing to formulate innovative credit offerings, expanding product portfolio, providing complete end-to-end business processes for its esteemed clients.”

The funding will also be “leveraged towards catalysing financial inclusion amongst women micro entrepreneurs and shaping a new paradigm of women empowerment through microfinance.”

Mr. Vivek Tiwari, MD & CEO of SATYA MicroCapital Limited said:

“Our association with SMBC Bank serves as the propelling force and motivation for SATYA to continue its mission of driving financial inclusion and empowering women entrepreneurs across India.”

Established in October 2016, and headquartered in the capital city of New Delhi, SATYA initiated “the course of its operational journey in January 2017.”

With the foremost and fundamental goal of empowering rural women, digitally – socially – financially, SATYA has “come a long way since its incorporation. Since then, the company has registered an impressive growth by achieving Assets Under Management (AUM) of nearly INR 5000 crore.”

With a network of more than 500 branches spanning over 50,000 villages across 25 states, SATYA is harnessing technology “as a catalyst for inducing progressive change in the lives of its clients, where it has consistently integrated cutting-edge innovations into its operations.”

This in turn has resulted “in SATYA emerging as one of the fastest growing highly-technology driven MFIs in the country.”

At present, SATYA is furnishing its affordable micro credit services “to more than 15 lakh women entrepreneurs from rural and semi-urban areas who are excluded from traditional banking channels because of their low, irregular, and unpredictable income.”

The helm of SATYA’s accessible services is “to be a catalyst for the socio-economic upliftment of its clients via channelizing income growth and income generation.”

SATYA is integrally concentrated “towards building their financial capacity and ability to boost financial self-sufficiency.”

The taskforce of more than 6000 employees plays “an intrinsic role in SATYA’s ongoing growth trajectory.”

In addition to yielding financial aid to unbanked sections of the population, SATYA MicroCapital consistently associates “with institutions of the same wavelength to disseminate the importance of digital and financial literacy in rural areas.”

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