India Market Profile

MIX Premium Quarterly Update
December 22, 2015

2015 - September : Factsheet

Indian microfinance sector continues to grow robustly with respect to the outreach levels during the September 2015 quarter. In the due course there is an expectation of larger change in the industry with the small banks licensing for few MFIs. The impact of the change is seen as the institutions aim to meet the guidelines and seek for shift in the source of funding during the period.

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MIX Premium Barometer
November 26, 2015

2015 - September : Barometer

58 Indian respondents covering 80% of the market by loan portfolio and 79% by borrower level, have responded to the Barometer survey providing projections for the quarter ending in December 2015. NBFIs are positive about their growth in borrower and loan portfolio for both the time period. However, NGOs are expecting decline in both borrower base and loan portfolio.

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MIX Premium Quarterly Update
October 14, 2015

2015 - June : Factsheet

91 microfinance institutions (MFIs) have reported to MIX for 30th June 2015 quarter.  These MFIs are serving approximately 23.34 million clients and have their operations in about 7,293 branches in the country as per data reported to MIX. State of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Bihar, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh have the highest concentration of MFIs with a total of 6546 branches. You can now get more insights into the Indian MFIs geographical penetration with the help of the MIX tool: Microfinance Geographical Index.

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MIX Premium Quarterly Update
September 30, 2015

Microfinance Geographical Index

MIX’s Microfinance Geographical Index, developed in partnership with SIDBI under the India Microfinance Platform (IMFP), evaluates the level of microfinance service on a district-by-district basis across India. It assigns each district a score from ‘highly served’ to ‘not served’ based on MFI presence and service levels relative to local market opportunities, creating a simple reference for analyzing market concentration and gaps. This first geographic index builds on quarterly data reported by MFIs under this partnership and uses a simple quantitative methodology to create a robust tool for track market developments in each district over time.
MIX Premium Barometer
August 17, 2015

2015 - June : Barometer

68 Indian MFI respondents covering 67% of the market by loan portfolio and 68% by borrower level, have responded to the Barometer survey providing projections for the quarter ending in September 2015. During the quarter MFIs have projected comparable growth rate in the outreach indicators for individual portfolio and national level. However relation between the two is expect to change over the next twelve month.

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MIX Premium Quarterly Update
July 20, 2015

2015 - March : Factsheet

The Indian microfinance sector's loan portfolio, after shrinking during FY12, has grown quite strongly by over 50% to Rs. 361,564 million during FY14 and FY15. The total number of borrowers relative to previous quarter grew slower during the March 2015 quarter as MFIs reported 6% growth. However, over one year the borrower base has grown about 23%. The gross loan portfolio spread for March 2015 shows Karnataka having largest portfolio coverage followed by West Bengal and Tamil Nadu.

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MIX Premium Barometer
June 04, 2015

2015 - March : Barometer

67 Indian respondents covering 75% of the market by loan portfolio and 77% of borrower level have responded to the Barometer survey providing projections for the quarter ending in June 2015. MFIs have cited client-indebtedness as the most important factor in terms of risk and are projecting lower risk levels during the quarter. However, when comparing the forecast and estimates of the previous quarters the risk levels are higher than the projected value.

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MIX Premium Quarterly Update
April 27, 2015

2014 - December : Factsheet

During the December 2014 quarter Indian MFIs have registered an agrregated growth in their borrower base of 11% and loan portolfio of 7.2%. The MFIs are expanding their outreach towards ex- AP portfolio where they registered relatively slower growth this quarter than the previous quarter. The portfolio at risk has not seen much of a change over the last five quarters and maintained the risk levels at around 0.3%.

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MIX Premium Quarterly Update
April 20, 2015

2014 - September : Factsheet

Indian MFIs have seen rising trend in their loan portfolio for all the quarters of the fiscal year 2014 and September 2014 quarter has seen the highest growth so far. While borrower growth this quarter was slightly lower for the pan India level, however for ex-AP portfolio MFIs have seen an upturns in their outreach levels. With most of the AP MFIs loans written down, the impact of this is clearly visible with risk levels reducing at an aggregated level.

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MIX Premium Barometer
March 23, 2015

2014 - December : Barometer

65 Indian MFIs respondents covering 69% of the market by loan portfolio and 71% of borrower level have responded to the Barometer survey providing projections for the quarter ending in March 2015. Funding at an outreach level and client-indebtedness as a primary factor of risk continues its trend of being the most important factors in the current quarter.

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