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BANKING IN THE HINTERLAND. By N V Ramana Group CEO, BASIX. PRESENT SCENARIO. India compares favourably with other developing countries both in terms of the geographical area covered as well as average population served per bank branch.

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by n v ramana group ceo basix

BANKING

IN THE

HINTERLAND

By

N V Ramana

Group CEO, BASIX

present scenario
PRESENT SCENARIO
  • India compares favourably with other developing countries both in terms of the geographical area covered as well as average population served per bank branch.
  • The vast majority of rural poor still does not have access to formal finance.
  • Nearly 45% of the rural lending in India is by moneylenders and the trend is actually on the rise.
    • Inadequacy of formal credit
    • Efficiency and innovations of the

moneylenders

constraints in banking banker s point of view
CONSTRAINTS IN BANKING – BANKER’s POINT OF VIEW
  • Banks have always feared the uncertainty about the repayment capacity of poor, whose incomes are subject to numerous vulnerabilities.
  • In the absence of reliable credit information and costly monitoring, banks fear a high default risk.
  • Poor people’s lack of collateral
  • The transaction costs of rural lending in India are high
    • small loan sizes,
    • the high frequency of transactions,
    • the large geographical spread,
    • the heterogeneity of borrowers, and
    • illiteracy.
constraints in banking customer point of view
CONSTRAINTS IN BANKING – CUSTOMER POINT OF VIEW

In many banks, there is

  • Borrower-unfriendly products and procedures,
  • Inflexibility
  • High transaction costs
    • numerous visits to bank
    • long wait of time
    • Time-consuming process
  • The requirement of a minimum balance and charges levied, although accompanied by a number of free facilities, deter a sizeable section of population from opening/maintaining bank accounts.
challenges in providing financial services in low density and remote economies
Challenges in providing financial services in low density and remote economies
  • Small volume of activity per customer
  • Geographically disaggregated
  • Low literacy and awareness of products and services
  • Needs aggregation of a large number of customers for reducing transaction costs
  • Inadequacy of infrastructure influencing the credit absorption capacity
  • Need for innovations in products and delivery processes to make access convenient and affordable
  • Repeated pleas for loan waiver
how did basix address these issues
How did BASIX address these issues
  • By providing a package of livelihood services
  • Including financial and technical assistance services
  • Providing these in a sustainable basis and
  • Thereby attracting a greater amount of mainstream capital and human resources into the neglected sector.
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Savings

Credit

Insurance

Package of Financial Services

savings
Savings
  • Functions
    • Builds capital
    • Provides leverage for borrowing
    • First line of insurance
  • Challenges
    • Customers want to save small amount in higher frequency
    • Customers geographically scattered
  • Solutions
    • Community based institutions e.g. SHGs
    • Mobile Banks
credit
Credit
  • Needed for
    • Income generating activities
    • Consumption smoothing and
    • Contingencies. e.g health risks
  • To be provided
    • Collateral free (security provided through social collateral)
    • Cash flow based repayment
credit plus
Credit Plus
  • Credit is necessary but not sufficient
  • Credit Plus services include
    • Productivity Enhancement
    • Market linkage
    • Risk mitigation e.g. preventive vet care services
    • Risk management services
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Organize producers into their collectives.

  • Establish functional linkages for inputs,output & know how.
  • Formalize : the legal status
  • Help set up enabling systems: operating,HR and information systems
  • Revive defunct community organizations

IDS

LFS

Ag/BDS

  • Productivity enhancement
  • Risk mitigation (non-insurance)
  • Local value addition
  • Alternate Market Linkages - Input supply, output sales
  • Savings, Credit, short-term as well as long-term
  • Insurance, for lives and livelihoods
  • Fund transfers
  • Commodity derivatives
  • Financial orchestration ranging from grants to equity for livelihoods

The Livelihood Triad

collaborative polygon
Collaborative polygon

Enhance competencies, Increase outreach, Reduce transaction costs and Reduce risk for BASIX and its customers

We believe in collaborating with players having domain expertise to…………….

Financial Services

Input Supply

Training & Extension

Customer

Output Market

People’s organization

Research & Technology

opportunities
OPPORTUNITIES
  • Introduction of negotiable warehousing receipt system
  • Offering ATM-enabled credit cards convertible to smart card with a view to reduce transaction costs and improve customer service
  • Business facilitator and business correspondent models for increasing the outreach
  • Besides traditional banking services, people in the rural and semi-urban areas are expressing interest in liability and investment products
inputs for facilitating penetration of financial services
Inputs for facilitating penetration of financial services
  • Active Banking infrastructure
  • Intermediation by Community Based Organisations and Micro Finance Institutions
  • Leveraging Information technology for
    • Improving efficiency
    • Reducing transaction costs and
    • Delivering multiple services
      • E.g. e-Sagu, STEMS
stems not branches
STEMS not Branches!
  • In the existing model we did business through

Branches (Units).

  • Now, we propose to do it through

STEMS – Single Terminal Enabling Multiple Services

  • A wider network for livelihood promotion providing – with integration of micro-finance, business development and institutional development services, using the information and communication technology extensively
from kiosks to stems
From Kiosks to STEMS
  • A number of IT kiosk projects have been set up in different states by Governments, NGOs and Corporates:
    • AP e-Seva, Karnataka Bhoomi, MP Gyandoot, Rajasthan- e-Mitra,
    • Development Alternatives- TARA Haat,
    • Drishtee.com, NFCL iKisan.com, ITC e-Choupal, ICICI Bank
  • These IT Kiosks provide services such as
    • Collection of electricity bills, house-tax, revenue, etc.
    • Land records, other documents
    • Agricultural information – clinic, weather, prices
    • Procurement of commodities
    • Remittance of money and sale of insurance policies
  • Our proposal is to integrate these services at the rural retail level into Single Terminal Enabling Multiple Services (STEMS).
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BASIX Server

Exchange

Backend Servers

ICICI Bank

Backend Servers

E-Seva

Backend Servers

AP Dairy Fed

Backend Servers

BAIF

Response

Request

E-BASIX STEMS

Computer with links to backend servers,

ATM, Inputs Shop, Godown,

Commodity buying point, courier

Cash from ATM

Registration

How would it work?

Physical delivery of

Commodities by

farmers and milk producers

Physical delivery

cattle feed, vet medicines,

AI services

business model
Business Model
  • STEMS will be run by trained and authorised Operators, who will eventually own the STEMS. S/he will be provided a loan for the STEMS infrastructure by BASIX. Various services will be provided by specialist agencies through the STEMS:
  • Financial services:
    • Savings, money transfers– ICICI Bank
    • Life Insurance : AVIVA, ICICI Prudential
    • Livestock Insurance: Royal Sundaram, ICICI Lombard
    • Weather insurance: ICICI Lombard
    • Credit (up to Rs 10,000) by BASIX group of companies
    • Commodity trading - NCDEX
  • Business Development Services
    • Input supply – Fertiliser and seed companies like NFCL
    • Commodity sales – ITC e-choupal
    • Retail consumer products - HLL E-Shakti
    • Consumer durables – bicycles, TVs on hire purchase by TI Cycles, Philips
    • Internet Kiosk services (e-mail, word-processing, rail/bus/Tirupati ticket booking, computer training, matrimonial, photo) by the Operator.
  • Institutional Development Services
    • Strengthening of Self-help group and Cooperatives with accounting, rating and registration packages
    • E-ducation and training, such as by Azim Premjee Foundation, NIIT
    • E-governance applications – respective state and district administrations
nvramana@basixindia com

THANK YOU

nvramana@basixindia.com