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About CGTMSE

 

The Credit Guarantee Fund Trust for Micro and Small Enterprises (CGTMSE) is a trust propelled by the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of India, and the Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI).

Propelled on 30 August 2000, the essential goal of the CGTMSE plan is to give credit guarantee to money related organizations that give loans to SMEs and MSMEs.

CGTMSE intends to urge business people to take security free loans for beginning organizations without the dread of defaulting. The trust reserve will repay the loaning foundation up to a specific utmost, in the event that the borrower defaults.

CGTMSE is one of the more significant arrangements that help little Indian agents to flourish in an aggressive situation. Since the danger of giving a bank loan with no insurance is a key factor for all banks, the targets of CGTMSE help these organizations accomplish their loaning objectives to MSME advertise with no stresses.

Of the considerable number of issues looked by the MSEs, non-accessibility of opportune and sufficient credit at sensible financing cost is a standout amongst the most significant. One of the significant reasons for low accessibility of bank fund to this part is the high hazard impression of the banks in loaning to MSEs and resulting emphasis on guarantees which are not effectively accessible with these ventures. The issue is progressively genuine for smaller scale endeavors requiring little loans and the original business visionaries.

The Credit Guarantee Fund Scheme for Micro and Small Enterprises (CGS) was propelled by the Government of India (GoI) to make accessible insurance free credit to the smaller scale and little venture part. Both the current and the new undertakings are qualified to be secured under the plan. The Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, GoI and Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI), built up a Trust named Credit Guarantee Fund Trust for Micro and Small Enterprises (CGTMSE) to actualize the Credit Guarantee Fund Scheme for Micro and Small Enterprises. The plan was formally propelled on August 30, 2000. The corpus of CGTMSE is being contributed by the GoI and SIDBI in the proportion of 4:1 individually and has contributed Rs. 2477.78 crore to the corpus of the Trust up to May 31, 2016. As declared in the Package for MSEs, the corpus was to be raised to Rs.2500 crore before the finish of eleventh Plan.

The Banks/Financial Institutions, which are qualified under the plan, are booked business banks (Public Sector Banks/Private Sector Banks/Foreign Banks) and select Regional Rural Banks (which have been ordered under ‘Economical Viable’ class by NABARD). As on May 31, 2016, there were 133 qualified Lending Institutions enlisted as MLIs of the Trust, containing 26 Public Sector Banks, 21 Private Sector Banks, 73 Regional Rural Banks (RRBs), 4 Foreign Banks and 9 different foundations for example Delhi Financial Corporation, Kerala Financial Corporation, Jammu and Kashmir Development Finance Corporation Ltd, Andhra Pradesh State Financial Corporation, Export Import Bank of India, The Tamil Nadu Industrial Investment Corporation Ltd., National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC), North Eastern Development Finance Corporation (NEDFI) and Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI).

The credit offices which are qualified to be secured under the plan are both term loans as well as stirring capital office up to Rs.100 lakh per getting unit, stretched out with no insurance security and/or outsider guarantee, to another or existing miniaturized scale and little endeavor. For those units secured under the guarantee scheme, which may wind up debilitated inferable from elements outside the ability to control of the board, restoration help reached out by the loan specialist could likewise be secured under the guarantee plot. Any credit office in regard of which dangers are also secured under a plan, worked by Government or different organizations, won’t be qualified for inclusion under the plan.

The guarantee spread accessible under the plan is to the degree of most extreme 85% of the authorized measure of the credit office. The guarantee spread gave is up to 75% of the credit office up to Rs.50 lakh (85% for loans up to Rs. 5 lakh gave to smaller scale undertakings, 80% for MSEs possessed/worked by ladies and all loans to NER including Sikkim) with a uniform guarantee at half for the whole sum if the credit presentation is above Rs.50 lakh and up to Rs.100 lakh. In the event of default, Trust settles the case up to 75% (or 85%/80%/half any place material) of the sum in default of the credit office reached out by the loaning foundation. For this reason the sum in default is figured as the foremost sum exceptional in the record of the borrower, in regard of term loan, and measure of extraordinary working capital offices, including enthusiasm, as on the date of the record turning Non-Performing Asset (NPA).

 

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Loan Eligibility

As per the CGTMSE guidelines, credit guarantee is deemed to back a borrower with a  collateral and third party guarantee free advance. Under the scheme, the member lending institution which can be an NBFC also, who lend to the SME and MSME sector are eligible for a maximum credit cap of Rs. 2 crores, which in any case is meant to cover a large proportion of the loan amount. The eligibility norms prescribed both for the credit providers and borrowers are.

  • Lending Institutions: It covers the whole gamut of scheduled commercial banks, specified Regional Rural Banks, SIDBI, NSIC, NEDFi, SFB and NBFCs who lend to the specific sector and have entered into an agreement with CGTMSE or the Trust for the purpose. These are designated as Member Lending Institutions (MLIs) and number 131 at present.
  • Lending Borrowers: The CGTMSE coverage is conditional to all new and existing SMEs:
    • The maximum credit facility is Rs.50 lakhs for a guarantee cover not exceeding Rs. 62.50 lakhs / Rs.65 lakhs.
    • For credit facility above Rs.50 lakhs, the guarantee cap is limited to Rs. 1 crore.
    • Term credit for the entire outstanding amount on the date the loan is declared to be an NPA or on the date of filing a suit.
  • Exclusions: Some entities are excluded from the CGTMSE coverage. They are:
    • Retail Trade.
    • Educational Institutions.
    • Agriculture.
    • Self Help Groups (SHG).
    • Training Institutes.

 

Frequently Ask Questions

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Your bank will assess your repayment capacity while deciding the home loan eligibility. Repayment capacity is based on your monthly disposable / surplus income, (which in turn is based on factors such as total monthly income / surplus less monthly expenses) and other factors like spouse’s income, assets, liabilities, stability of income etc. The main concern of the bank is to make sure that you comfortably repay the loan on time and ensure end use. The higher the monthly disposable income, higher will be the amount you will be eligible for loan. Typically a bank assumes that about 55-60 % of your monthly disposable / surplus income is available for repayment of loan. However, some banks calculate the income available for EMI payments based on an individual’s gross income and not on his disposable income.

The amount of the loan depends on the tenure of the loan and the rate of interest also as these variables determine your monthly outgo / outflow which in turn depends on your disposable income.

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You repay the loan in Equated Monthly Installments (EMIs) comprising both principal and interest. Repayment by way of EMI starts from the month following the month in which you take full disbursement.

The longer the tenure of the loan, the lesser will be your monthly EMI outflow. Shorter tenures mean greater EMI burden, but your loan is repaid faster. If you have a short-term cash flow mismatch, your bank may increase the tenure of the loan, and your EMI burden comes down. But longer tenures mean payment of larger interest towards the loan and make it more expensive.

Yes, most banks allow you to repay the loan ahead of schedule by making lump sum payments. However, many banks charge early repayment penalties up to 2-3% of the principal amount outstanding. Prepayment penalty may vary according to the reasons and source of funds – if you obtain a loan from another bank for pre-payment the charges are usually higher than when you pay from your own sources. However, you may credit more than your EMI amount into your loan account on a periodic basis and bring down your interest burden as and when funds are available with you. Most banks do not charge a pre-payment penalty if you deposit more than your EMI payable on a periodic basis. Please check such stipulations while availing the loan.

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