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StashFin announces its Partnership with Fullerton India for Onward Lending of $15 million

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, April 25, 2019
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A Delhi-based digital lending platform StashFin announced its partnership with Fullerton India, a leading non-banking finance company with a pan India presence. This partnership will benefit both the entities for onward lending of $15 million and enable them to expand the reach and create better efficiencies in coming future.

Non-banking financial companies like Fullerton India are playing an increasingly significant role in taking formal lending to the remotest corners of the country. Whereas StashFin, which was launched by former financial services professionals in September 2016, offers loans ranging from Rs. 10,000 to Rs. 3,00,000 with repayment periods starting at three months. The product is also a flexi-credit line which the customer can use as and when required as against a traditional personal loan. This gives complete flexibility and independence to the customers.

Fullerton India & StashFin finalised the partnership in order to meet the demand of their expanding target market. Addressing the digitally enabled newer audiences in newer geographies, and providing them with a customer-friendly digital onboarding experience has been the backbone of this partnership, offering personal loans to salaried individuals. With RBI expected to streamline the regulations for NBFCs in order to harmonise them with banks and have a greater say in their operations, the role of NBFCs is expected to increase significantly. It is in this light that Fullerton India and StashFin partnership will construct and sustain the platform in further contributing to India’s growth story.

“In the ever-changing digital world, our prime objective is to offer our services at the fingertips of our consumers by providing a user-friendly platform. Our audience is now better connected than ever before, and several fiscal incentives and technology initiatives have been targeted at making India a less cash economy. The synergy between Fullerton and StashFin aims to drive the digital experience of the consumers and evolve to one of the finest platforms. The association will help the customers fulfil their borrowing needs online without having to worry about the hassles of logistics or endless paperwork around getting access to finance,” says Nishant Jasapara, Head - Digital Business, Fullerton India.

“The young salaried professionals often require credit but are unable to adequately get access to finance from traditional lenders. Our mission is to offer them easy and seamless credit. This partnership will help us expand our footprint to the under-served and unserved parts of India,” says Tushar Aggarwal, Founder & CEO, StashFin. The benefits of borrowing through a platform like StashFin, he explained, are quick approvals, low processing fees, completely secure processes, minimum documentation needed, flexible payback terms and instant disbursal. It can take as little as four hours for a loan to be processed. Documents can be picked up from the customer at their choice of place and time. “This is what differentiates us from a traditional lending institution,” he adds.

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