Monthly Archives: July 2021

Loan application made easy with the Tala app – Back End News

Citing the 2019 Financial Inclusion Survey, personal finance app Tala said the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) reported that 51.2 million Filipinos, or 71% of the total adult population, do not are still not banked. Heeding BSP’s call for financial inclusion, Tala said it aims to help unbanked Filipinos use, protect and grow their money […]

Contracts Speed ​​Up Mortgage Approval Rates for Small Businesses

Two recent stars of Little Rock Venture Center’s Community Banking Accelerator Program continue their efforts in securing federal contracts that make it easier to approve small business and home loans. Springdale’s Teslar Software reports that its banking technology supported more than 20% of paycheck protection program loans issued by community financial institutions this year. The […]

Udyog PNB program: MSME alert! Eligibility, loan amount, tenure and more – financial assistance for your business; here is all you need to know

The Punjab National Bank (PNB) offers financial aid and support to businesses. If you are a PNB client and want financial assistance for your business, you can avail the benefits of the PNB Udyog scheme. The Bank used its Twitter account to provide information and said, “PNB is here to help you financially for your […]

Mumbai: FIR Hotel Company Says Private Bank Officials Changed Loan Terms and Deceived Rs 120 crore | Bombay News

MUMBAI: The director of a hotel group has filed an FIR against some officials of the ICICI bank and an asset reconstruction company (ARC), accusing them of having cheated him by Rs 120 crore. The plaintiff told police the bank approved his loan application for Rs 351 crore. He then sanctioned Rs 25 crore as […]

Exclusive: South Africa’s Sun International gets easier loan terms to resist COVID – sources

By Promit Mukherjee, Nqobile Dludla JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – Sun International has agreed to easier borrowing terms with its lenders, two sources told Reuters, giving South Africa’s largest casino company a year of financial respite as a third wave of COVID-19 crashes into the tourism industry. FILE PHOTO: A worker wears a face mask as he […]