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Banks report robust credit growth led by retail

January 06, 2022

Banks report robust credit growth led by retail
Private sector banks have registered robust credit development by December end 2021 with proceeded with requests from retail and SME segments.

Experts accept that the credit development has been helped by the celebration interest and financial recuperation yet advise that growth in the corporate segment would stay delicate. The rising Covid cases could likewise quiet credit interest however its effect would be limited.

“There has been a recuperation in advance development this quarter, with a few banks under our inclusion showing 4-5 percent development on consecutive premise and moderate size banks like Bandhan and AU Small Finance Bank announcing significantly stronger traction. This is driven by proceeded with footing in retail, both got an unstable segment, recovery in business banking and SME sections. Corporate space is falling behind yet we expect restoration by next fiscal in the segment as limit usage keeps on improving,” said Nitin Aggarwal, Senior Group Vice-President, and Head, BFSI Research, Institutional Equities, Motilal Oswal Financial Services.

The financial area will see an expected loan growth at 7.7 percent for this fiscal and 11.8 percent next fiscal, as per Motilal Oswal Financial Services.

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