Our Vision


To emerge as a leading Non-Banking Financial enterprise committed to serve the clients with highest ethical standards coupled with sound financial strengths and technological prowess.

Focus Sector


Secured Lending
Project Financing
Strategic Investments in Companies

Activities


Secured Lending
Project Financing
Strategic Investments in Companies

Our Vision


To emerge as a leading Non-Banking Financial enterprise committed to serve the clients with highest ethical standards coupled with sound financial strengths and technological prowess.

WELCOME TO
Indus Finance Ltd

A fast growing economy like India always craves for financial resources to be supplemented through Non-Banking channels for faster credit delivery to under-served or emerging sectors. NBFC's like Indus Finance Ltd (IFL-Formerly known as Indus Finance Corporation Limited) meets this requirement through a robust and dynamic credit delivery. IFL is a RBI registered NBFC in the business of Commercial Lending for value creation. Its shares are listed on the BSE.
ROAD AHEAD
A developing economy like India always craves for financial resources. Demand for credit is great and often organized traditional financing institutions (like banks and financial institutions) do not meet such demand thus creating a space for other types of financing. Though the funding methodology used by NBFC s and Banks have some similarity, the speed of credit delivery of NBFC s is much faster than that of the Banks. In addition NBFCs help in expanding the reach of credit delivery to the far corners of the country, especially to the under-served markets. NBFCs have some pivotal role to play in developing the economy in making India a developed Nation. The total assets managed by NBFCs accounts for around 9.1 % of assets of the total financial system. NBFCs are serving segments of the population that are ignored by banks and are best adapted to withstand the growing competition that banks pose. NBFCs are able to appraise and service non-bankable customer profiles and ticket sizes because of their niche strengths, local knowledge, and presence in remote topography. They are thus able to service segments of the population whose only other source of funding would be moneylenders, often charging usurious rates of interest. Such NBFCs not only supplement the banks' role in disintermediation, they also further the cause of financial inclusion.