Why should you invest in this smallcase?
Private sector banks and NBFCs have been growing rapidly and are seen as an integral part of the Indian financial system.
- Since the initiation of banking reforms in 1993, old and new private sector banks have been giving tough competition to government banks
- Private sector banks have outperformed their public sector peers in multiple parameters like growth of bank network, productivity measures like profit per employee, management efficiency, capital adequacy, asset quality and liquidity
- NBFCs have also played a key role in the development of the infrastructure sector and in providing credit to customers in unbanked areas
- NBFCs have been growing in the mortgage business as well, competing with commercial banks
- Other secular trends like low credit penetration in India compared to other economies and low NBFC credit as percentage of GDP provides huge opportunity for NBFCs to grow
This smallcase comprises private banks and NBFCs that are an advantageous position compared to government banks, which have been suffering from low profitability and high amount of bad loans.
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