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Kerala Financial Corp lends ₹10.75 cr to start-ups

Our Bureau Thiruvananthapuram | Updated on February 09, 2021

Genrobotics Innovations among beneficiaries

Kerala Financial Corporation, a leading State Financial Corporation, has completed loan approvals to the tune of ₹10.75 crore for various start-ups without any collateral security. The list of beneficiary start-ups includes Genrobotics Innovations with which it has been associated from the primary stage.

Under the scheme, start-ups with firm purchase orders can avail funds of up to 80 per cent of the work order subject to a maximum of ₹10 crore at an interest rate of 10 per cent. There are also schemes for discounting purchase orders in which cases also the Corporation does not insist on any collateral security.

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Special cell

An assistance of up to ₹1 crore will be available for expansion of innovative prototypes related to governance development features. In addition to these, a Startup Guarantee Fund has been set up for which the State Government has earmarked an initial corpus of ₹25 crore.

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The Corporation has taken steps to provide more credit in line with the vision of the government to promote start-ups in all sectors as announced in the Budget, says Tomin Thachankari, Chairman and Managing Director.

A special start-up cell has been set up at the head office to identify potential start-ups and process their applications in a timely manner. Start-ups play a vital role in revitalising the economy after the pandemic, said Thachankari. But they would not be able to grow without timely financial support, he added.

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Published on February 09, 2021
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