Business Correspondents of NABFINS can be NGOs, Societies/ Trusts, Societies registered under Mutually Aided Cooperative Societies Acts or the Cooperative Societies Acts of States, non-financial section 25 companies etc. These entities shall be well established, enjoy good reputation and must have the confidence of the local people. They should have proven track record in development activities, microfinance, SHG formation and linkage etc. These organisations will be expected to have a deep understanding of and empathy for the poor and the disadvantaged.
NABFINS is also looking forward to new initiatives in expanding the Business Correspondent network and is willing to receive proposals from rural outlets of corporates, kirana shops, primary agricultural coopertaive societies, individuals like retired bank employees, retired teachers, retired government employees and ex-servicemen etc.
The role of Business Correspondents shall, in addition to activities listed under the Business Facilitator Model, include (i) disbursal of credit and (ii) recovery of principal / collection of interest. In due course of time their role may also include (i) collection of small value deposits (iii) sale of micro - insurance/ mutual fund products/ pension products/ other third party products and (iv) receipt and delivery of small value remittances/ other payment instruments.
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