Finance Project on Issue and Success Factors in Micro Financing

This is a MBA Finance Project Report on Micro financing. This s a Finance Project on Issue and Success Factors in Micro Financing  .  This project is very useful for the MBA and PGDM students. The following article shows the Table Contents and List of Tables and Figures. You can download the entire project as well.

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1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 0
2. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 1
3 INTRODUCTION 3
4 SERVICES PROVIDED BY MICRO FINANCE BANK: 6
5 CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES OF MICRO FINANCING: 7
6 PRINCIPLES OF MICRO FINANCE 8
7 FUNCTIONS OF MICRO FIANACE 10
8 MICRO FINANCE IN INDIA 11
9 Microfinance Social Aspects 18
10 Major initiatives in Rural Credit 19
10.1 SEWA Co-operative Bank (1974) 19
10.2 Self Help Groups (SHGs) 20
10.3 National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development 20
10.4 Rashtriya Mahila Kosh (RMK),1993 20
10.5 Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI), 1994 20
10.6 SHG-Bank Linkage Programme (1996) 21
10.7 Microfinance Development and Equity Fund (MD & EF), 2001 21
11 SELF HELP GROUPS (SHGs) 22
12 MICRO FINANCE MODELS 27
12.1 Micro Finance Institutions (MFIs): 27
12.2 Bank Partnership Model 28
12.3 Banking Correspondents 28
12.4 Service Company Model 29
13 Role, Functions and Working Mechanism of Financial Institutions 30
13.1 ICICI Bank 30
13.2 Bandhan 34
13.3 Grameen Bank 36
13.4 SKS Microfinance 37
14 Marketing of Microfinance Products 39
15 Success Factors of Micro-Finance in India 41
16 Issues in Microfinance 45
FINDINGS 49
CONCLUSION 50
RECOMMENDATIONS 51
REFERRENCES 57

List of Tables and Figures

Table 1: Distribution of Indebted Rural Households: Agency wise 11
Figure 1: Percentage of Rural Household according to the Distribution Agency 12
Table 2:Percentage distribution of debt among indebted Rural Labor Households by source of debt 13
Figure 2: Percentage distribution of debt among indebted Rural Labor Households by source of debt 14
Table 3:Relative share of Borrowing of Cultivator Households(in per cent) 15
Table 4:Distribution based on Asset size of Rural Households (in per cent) 16
Table 5: Comparative Analysis of Micro-finance Services offered to the poor 25
Table 6: Legal Forms of MFIs in India 27

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