Classification of NBFC in India
NBFC can be categorized as per following category:
Types of Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs) Regulated by RBI in India
Based on the above mentioned category, NBFCs can be classified as below:
Asset Finance Company (AFC)
An asset finance company is a finance institution whose principal business is to support and finance physical assets supporting productive activities like automobiles, generator sets, material handling equipment etc.
Investment Company (IC)
Investment Company is a finance institution which carries on its principal business of acquisition of securities.
Loan Company (LC)
A loan company could be any company which carries on its principal business of providing of finance. They do so either by making loans or by making advances.
Infrastructure Finance Company (IFC)
An infrastructure finance company is a type of NBFC which deploys at least 75% of the its total assets in infrastructure loans and also has a minimum net owned funds of Rs 300 crore. They also have a minimum credit rating of “A” or its equivalent along with a CRAR of 15%.
Systematically Important Core Investment Company (CIC-ND-SI)
This particular type of NBFC deals with acquisition of those shares and securities which satisfies the following conditions:
Infrastructure Debt Fund
This type of NBFC is registered as NBFC to facilitate the flow to long term debt into infrastructure projects.
Non-Banking Financial Company - Micro Finance Institution (NBFC-MFI)
This is a non-deposit kind of NBFC having at least 85% of its assets in the form of qualifying assets as per the below mentioned criteria:
Non-Banking Financial Company – Factors (NBFC-Factors)
This type of NBFC is a non-deposit taking NBFC which is engaged in the principal business of factoring. The financial assets involved need to constitute at least 50% of its total assets and the income coming from the factoring business should not be less than 50 percent of its gross income.
Mortgage Guarantee Company (MGC)
MGC are financial institutions for which at least 90% of the business turnover is mortgage guarantee business and its net owned income is Rs 100 Crore.
NBFC- Non-Operative Financial Holding Company (NOFHC)
Through non-operative financial holding company, the promoter/s are permitted to set up a new bank.
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