Unpacking India’s new microfinance regulations: How are financial institutions adapting?

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Group lending continues to be a very important instrument for financial inclusion. In India, more than 50 million households receive loans from microfinance institutions (MFIs) — primarily through group lending. 

A recent study by MFIN (Microfinance Institutions Network) states that the potential market for MFI loans in India is as high as 200 million.  

On December 8, we hosted a webinar to unpack the new microfinance regulations that were introduced in India in March, bringing significant changes in the way group lending models operate. In this webinar, we discussed: 

  • How the new regulations impact the lending model of various institutions  
  • What the new regulations mean for the group lending model  
  • How institutions are adapting to the change 
  • How these changes impact their future  

Watch the recording here.

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