Banks & Funders

Public Sector Banks

  • State Bank of India
  • Punjab National Bank
  • UCO
  • Bank of Baroda
  • Indian Bank
  • Punjab and Sind Bank
  • Union Bank of India
  • Canara Bank
  • Bank of Maharashtra
  • Indian Overseas Bank

Private Sector Banks

  • South India Bank
  • HDFC Bank
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  • ICICI
  • IDBI
  • Axis Bank
  • Bandhan Bank
  • Karur Vysya Bank
  • YES Bank
  • Kotak Mahindra Bank
  • IDFC
  • Karnataka Bank
  • Federal Bank
  • DCB Bank
  • State Bank of Mauritius

Foreign Banks

  • Woori Bank
  • HSBC
  • National Bank of Ras Al Kaimah
  • Standard Chartered Bank
  • DBS
  • Doha Bank
  • ICBC
  • Bank of Behrain and Kuwait
  • Kookmin Bank

NBFC

  • Mahindra Finance
  • NABFINs
  • J M Financials Limited
  • Aditya Birla Finance Limited
  • Tata Capital
  • Piramel Enterprises Limited
  • Credit Saison
  • Hero Fincorp
  • MAS financial Services
  • Sundaram Finance
  • HLF
  • Norther Arc Capital
  • L&T Finance

SFBs

  • Jana SFB
  • Suryoday SFB

DFI’s

  • Blue Orchard
  • MUDRA
  • SIDBI
  • NABARD
  • Nabsamrudhi
  • Water equity
  • Nabkisan Finance Ltd
  • responsAbility

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Corporate Governance Report Q3 FY 23-24

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Corporate Governance Report Q4 FY 23-24

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Corporate Governance Report Q4 FY 21-22

Our ESG Approach

(Environmental, Social and Governance)

Muthoot Microfin approves and embraces the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) metrics as the central themes for measuring the sustainability and positive impact of our business.

As these criteria help us to better determine the futuristic goals of our business, the organisation strives hard to positively impact the ESG aspects through its operations and societal interactions

Given below is a snapshot of our imprint towards the organisation’s ESG goals.
Protecting Environment
    • Creates employment opportunities in India’s rural sectors leading to less migration and less burden on urban infra and thereby reduces pollution.
    • Seventy percent of finance offerings are utilised for agricultural and related activities.
    • Promotes renewable energy & wellbeing by financing solar lanterns, sanitation facilities and bicycles.
    • Undertakes sapling plantations across our operational geographies.
    • Organisation is moving towards total paperless operations.
    • As per MicroEnergy Credits:

Muthoot Microfin has empowered 6,52,205 households with clean energy.
Has empowered 2,813,608 individuals.
Helped reduce 5,01,085 tonnes CO2 emissions.

Care for Society
  • Committed to Financial Inclusion and Women Empowerment
  • Diverse and highly experienced Board of Directors
  • #RestartIndia campaign helping micro and small enterprises to restart businesses post Covid-19 crisis
  • Offers skill development training to rural women to help them find jobs or start their own ventures with minimum capital
  • Undertakes several Community Outreach Activities – starting from free breast cancer testing for rural women to relief activities during natural calamities and pandemic
  • Offers financial literacy and insurance coverage for rural households
  • Gives utmost importance to customer relationships and apart from grievance mechanism and customer care cells, engages them on social media
  • For employees, the organisation offers the Industry best remuneration, monthly & yearly bonuses, upskilling training programs, paid leaves and much more apart from the legally bound benefits
  • Employee Protection Policies are in place to preserve the rights of every employee.
  • Varied employee engagement activities are held continuously to keep up the morale and mental health of employees
  • Winner of the prestigious Great Place To Work certification and recognition among Best 30 BFSI companies in India by GPTW Institute.
Ensuring Good Governance
  • Long-term strategic and sustainable vision for the organisation.
  • Diverse and highly experienced Board of Directors.
  • Properly structured Board capable of taking independent and objective decisions
  • Equal participation of Independent and Women directors in the board.
  • Regular performance and compensation review
  • Auditor independence and transparency
  • Emphasis on shareholder rights
  • Board remains in effective control of the affairs of the company
  • Transparent financial reporting
  • Addresses interest of all stakeholders
  • Operates in a highly regulated environment with an excellent compliance track record.
As one of the largest business houses in India, Muthoot Pappachan Group (MPG) realizes that it has a commitment towards the environment and society, which led it to pioneer a whole new energy farming culture.
Wind energy being the most cost-effective resource in India today, MPG had established wind farms in Tamil Nadu as early as 1993. Today, with its manifold farms, the total installed capacity in wind power is 25 megawatts. Significantly, MPG has put plans in place to double its wind power generation capacity.
Group Initiative EV_S
Group Initiative Forest Garden
As one of the largest business houses in India, Muthoot Pappachan Group (MPG) realizes that it has a commitment towards the environment and society, which led it to pioneer a whole new energy farming culture.
Wind energy being the most cost-effective resource in India today, MPG had established wind farms in Tamil Nadu as early as 1993. Today, with its manifold farms, the total installed capacity in wind power is 25 megawatts. Significantly, MPG has put plans in place to double its wind power generation capacity.

 

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Market Linked Debentures

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Credit Rating - Debt Instruments

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Name of the Issuer

ISIN Number

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Rating Agency

Amount Issued
(In Rs.) (Cr.)

Rating

1

Muthoot Microfin Limtied

INE046W07065

NCD

Crisil

70

CRISIL A+/Stable (Reaffirmed)

2

Muthoot Microfin Limtied

INE046W07115

NCD

Crisil

45

CRISIL A+/Stable (Reaffirmed)

3

Muthoot Microfin Limtied

INE046W07172

NCD

Crisil

38

CRISIL A+/Stable (Reaffirmed)

4

Muthoot Microfin Limtied

INE046W07180

NCD

Crisil

112

CRISIL A+/Stable (Reaffirmed)

5

Muthoot Microfin Limtied

INE046W07198

NCD

Crisil

93.2

CRISIL A+/Stable (Reaffirmed)

6

Muthoot Microfin Limtied

INE046W07222

MLD

Crisil

100

CRISIL PPMLD A+/Stable(Reaffirmed)

7

Muthoot Microfin Limtied

INE046W07230

NCD

Crisil

100

CRISIL A+/Stable (Reaffirmed)

8

Muthoot Microfin Limtied

INE046W07230

NCD

Crisil

100

CRISIL A+/Stable (Reaffirmed)

9

Muthoot Microfin Limtied

INE046W07248

NCD

Crisil

150

CRISIL A+/Stable (Reaffirmed)

10

Muthoot Microfin Limtied

INE046W07255

NCD

Crisil

75

CRISIL A+/Stable (Reaffirmed)

11

Muthoot Microfin Limtied

INE046W07263

NCD

Crisil

75

CRISIL A+/Stable (Reaffirmed)

Stock Exchange Filings

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Regulation 61(4) Certificate on Debentures March 2024 Signed

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Other Notification filed with Stock Exchanges

Reg 60(2) Record Date Intimation May 2024 Signed

Reg 57 Payment Intimation May 2024 Signed

Prior intimation of Board Meeting 06.05.2024 Signed

Reg. 51(2) Outcome of Board Meeting 10.08.2023

Reg 60 Record Date Intimation April 2024 Signed

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Trading Window Closure Signed

Quarterly Compliance

Reg 30_Intimation of Key Business Update for FY ended 31st March 2024

Reg 31(4) Shareholding SAST Regulations Signed

Reg 6(1) and 7(1) Compliance Officer RTA Q4 FY 2023-24 Signed

Reg 7(3) Compliance Certificate Q4 2023-24 Signed

Regulation 40(9) Certificate on Equity March 2024 Signed

Regulation 74(5) of SEBI Certificate NSDL CDSL March 2024 Signed

Regulation 76 Reconciliation of Share Capital Audit Report Signed

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Declaration on unmodified opinion and audit qualification

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Secretarial Compliance Report – 31.03.2023_Sd

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Other Complaince-FY-2022-2023

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Quarterly Complaince-FY-2022-2023

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Reg 50 & 53_Annual Report including notice of AGM 31.03.2022

Reg. 52 (8) – Financial Results published – News paper FY 21-22

Reg. 7(3) – Compliance Certificate (RTA & Compliance Officer) FY 21-22

Results Financial Results For 31-03-2022