Petit Moyen Kapital Private Limited, a registered Non-Banking Finance Company (NBFC) is in the business of Lending to the MSME sector and has established a Legal/Fintech platform in the name of 'IOUX' to provide Smart Solutions for Online Creation of Legal Contracts and other official/security documents, Contract Enforcement & Digital Financing of Bills, Invoices & other Contractual Receivables. Our specific product verticals are as listed below:
- Online Creation of Legal Contracts/ Security & other Documents
- eSIGN any Document
- Download Drafts/ Samples of Documents & Agreements
- Obtain Stamp Paper Online
- Verify & Authenticate Identity of any Person/Business (eKYC)
- Financing of Invoices, Bills, etc
Our company's IOUX tech platform provides end-to-end digital solutions encompassing the following bouquet of services:
- Ready made templates of Legal Agreements with the facility of Digital Execution including Online Preparation, Editing, Sharing for Approval, eKYC, eSigning, eNotarization, contract enforcement tools including tracking of completion of milestones and Document Management. One canb access IOUX through web or its mobile application
Few Examples of IOUX Applications:
- All Business Contracts, their Creation, Execution, Enforcement & Monitoring
- Statutory Documents Execution
- Invoice Payment Commitment & Trade Contracts
- Cheques Payment Assurance Undertakings
- All types of Loan/Lending Agreements
- Real Estate Agreements for Business & Personal Use
- HR Related Agreements, Employer-Employee agreements
- Estate/Family Agreements
- Private Financial Agreements
- Compliance and Statutory Documentary Requirements
- Remote Intelligent eKYC needed by Banks, Financial Institutions, Businesses and Private bodies.
Our business model also comprises of financing to MSMEs by Providing Invoice / Bill Discounting Digitally with entire payment & recovery ecosystem.
We recently beta launched Part I of our services, and commercial transactions are also underway. For this purpose, we have secured statutory registrations such as ASP Licence from NSDL e-Gov for Aadhar based e-KYC, Aadhar e-Sign and have also been approved by Income Tax Authorities for PAN verification and have registered for availing e-Stamp Papers as well. Thanks to our inhouse legal & technology team, our cloud based technology solution is in place, and 3 Patents have also been applied on various aspects of our business. Our KYC system for Video KYC using Aadhar, Face Match, PAN Verification, Bank Account Verification using Penny Drop, etc are also in place and an external Audit for Network and Application Security has been completed successfully.
Part II of our services to offer Digital Invoice & Bill Discounting is under technology development which will be beta launched in the coming year 2022. For this purpose, we have already secured our NBFC Licence from Reserve Bank of India and have started engaging with business clientele by leveraging our deep relationships with the MSME chambers & associations in the country. In addition, an NBFC’s other necessary linkages with CERSAI, CKYC, Rating Agencies/Credit Bureaus like CIBIL, CRIF, Equifax & Experian, have also been established and their API integrations are underway.
- Fast track sanction and disbursement even within 1 day after KYC compliance.
- Documentation: Simple documents required for sanction of loan such as financial statements, proforma invoice and KYC documents.
- Loan Processing Fee: 1%
- No pre-closure penalty
- Interest Rate: 11.50% p.a at present- Offered interest rate* to vary from time to time based on credit assessment and our cost of funds.
- Additional interest for delayed repayment: 1% per month or part thereof with maximum up to 3% on the outstanding amount.
*The offered rate of interest is arrived at based on the weighted average cost of funds, administrative costs, risk premium and profit margin. The decision to give a loan and the interest rate applicable to each loan account is assessed on a case to case basis, based on multiple parameters such as, borrower’s profile, repayment capacity, borrower’s other financial commitments, past repayment track record if any, the security for the loan as represented by the underlying assets, loan to value ratio, tenure of the loan, geography (location) of the borrower. Such information is collated based on borrower inputs and credit bureau. The rates of interest are subject to change as the situation warrants and are subject to the discretion of the management on a case-to-case basis.
- Board of Directors
Harish Pal Kumar, Director : Dr. Harish Pal Kumar is former Chairman-cum-Managing Director of “The National Small Industries Corporation Ltd.”, a Public Sector organization of the Government of India engaged in promotion, development and financing of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) which Dr.Kumar has been instrumental in transforming into a Mini-Navratna. Besides being a qualified banker (Certificated Associate of the Indian Institute of Bankers) having practical banking experience for 11 years with specialization in credit financing at a reputed nationalized bank, he is also aprofessional Cost and Management Accountant (FCMA) and hold Ph.D in Rural Industrialization. During his 38 years of working experience, he has held senior positions of corporate head of finance & C.E.O. of public sector corporations. He has also held foreign assignments with African countries. Dr. Kumar possesses long experience of dealing with promotion, development and financing of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), exports and other large projects. Dr. Kumar has to his credit, scores of publications in the field of promotion and development of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises and has been member of various committees of the Govt. concerning issues of the MSME Sector.
Vineet Sachdev, Director : Mr. Vineet Sachdev, holds an MSc degree in International Banking & Finance from University of Greenwich, London, UK and has been involved in advising various business entities in the areas of Information Technology and Finance. During his seventeen years of professional experience, Mr. Vineet Sachdev has acquired in-depth knowledge and experience about business operations of MSMEs and a passion for enabling the country’s MSME sector using innovative financial models.
FAIR PRACTICES CODE
This Fair Practices Code(“the Code”), as adopted herein below, is in conformity with the Guidelines on Fair Practices Code for NBFCs as prescribed by the Reserve Bank of India vide its Circular bearing no. DNBS (PD) CC No. 80 / 03.10.042 / 2005-06 dated September 28, 2006RBI/2011-12/470 DNBS.CC.PD.No. 266/03.10.01/2011-12 dated March 26, 2012, DNBS.CC.PD.No. 320/03.10.01/2012-13 dated February 18, 2013 and RBI/2013-14/42 DNBS.CC.PD.No. 340/03.10.042/2013-14 dated July 01, 2013. The Company shall adopt all the best practices time to time as prescribed by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and shall make appropriate modification in this Code to confirm the standards so prescribed.
This Fair Practice Code shall apply to all the products and services offered by the Company which mainly includes Loans, Guarantees and other products in the nature of Financial Assets.
Objectives of the Code: This Fair Practices Code would be adhered by the Company in its functioning as a Non Banking Finance Company. The code has been developed with an objective of:
- Ensuring fair practices while dealing with customers
- Greater transparency enabling customers in having a better understanding of the product and taking informed decisions
- Building customer confidence in the company
Areas: In pursuance of the directions and guidelines issued by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for the operation of Non Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs), the Fair Practice Code of the Company covers the following areas;
- Applications for loans and their processing
- Loan appraisal and terms/conditions
- Disbursement of loans, including changes in terms and conditions
- General provisions
- Disclosures about Interest and Approach for Gradation of Risk
- Responsibility of Board of Directors
- Grievance Redressal Mechanism.
- Periodic Review – Fair Practice Code
Application for Loans and their Processing:
- All the Communication to the borrower shall be in the vernacular language or a language as understood by the borrower.
- Loan application forms shall include necessary information which affects the interest of the borrower that will enable the borrower to make a meaningful decision so that a meaningful comparison with the terms and conditions offered by the other NBFCs can be made and an informed decision can be taken by the borrower. The loan application form shall also indicate the documents required to be submitted with the application form.
- The Company shall devise a system of giving acknowledgement for receipt of all loan applications. Further, generally, the time frame within which the loan application will be disposed of, from the date of receipt of all the required information in full, would also be indicated in the acknowledgement.
- If any additional details / documents are required, the same shall be intimated to the borrowers immediately.
Loan Appraisal and Terms/Conditions:
- The Company shall convey in writing to the borrower by means of approval letter /sanction letter or otherwise in English language, the amount or limit of loan approved/sanctioned - along with the terms and conditions, including annualized rate of interest and method of application thereof and keep the acceptance of these terms and conditions by the borrower on its record.
- Any clause relating to penal interest charged for late repayment will be specified in bold in the Loan Agreement.
- The Company shall at the time of sanction / disbursements of loans will furnish a copy of loan agreement along with copy of all enclosures quoted in the loan agreement to all the borrowers at the time of sanction/ disbursement of loans.
Disbursement of Loans including Changes in Terms and Conditions:
- The Company shall give notice to all its borrowers in vernacular language as understood by the borrowers of any change in the terms and conditions - including disbursement schedule, interest rates, service charges, prepayment charges etc. The Company shall also ensure that changes in interest rates and charges are affected only prospectively. A suitable provision in this regard shall be incorporated in the loan agreement.
- Decision to recall / accelerate payment or performance under the agreement shall also be in consonance with the loan agreement.
- The Company shall release all securities on repayment of its full dues or on realization of the outstanding amount of the loan of the client subject to any legitimate right or lien for any other claim the Company may have against its borrowers. If such right of set off is to be exercised, the borrower shall be given notice about the same with full particulars about the remaining claims and the conditions under which the Company is entitled to retain the securities till the relevant claim is settled / paid.
- The Company shall refrain from interference in the affairs of the borrower except for the purposes provided for in the terms and conditions of the loan agreement (unless new information, not earlier disclosed by the borrower, has come to the notice of the Company).
- In case of receipt of request from the borrower for transfer of borrowal account, the consent or otherwise - i.e., objection of the Company, if any - shall be conveyed to the borrower within 21 days from the date of receipt of any request. Such transfer shall be as per transparent contractual terms in consonance with law.
- In the matter of recovery of loans, the Company shall not resort to undue harassment – such as persistently bothering the borrowers at odd hours, use of muscle power for recovery of loans, etc. Training will be imparted to ensure that staff is adequately trained to deal with customers in an appropriate manner.
Disclosures about Interest and Approach for Gradations of Risk:
As per directions issued by RBI, the Board of the Company shall adopt an interest rate model, as mentioned below, taking into account relevant factors such as, cost of funds, margin and risk premium, etc and determine the rate of interest to be charged for loans and advances.
- Rate of interest: The Company shall intimate the borrower, the loan amount and annualized rate of interest at the time of sanction of the loan along with the tenure. The rate of interest shall be annualized rates so that the borrower is aware of the exact rates that would be charged to the account. The rate of interest and the approach for gradations of risk and rationale for charging different rate of interest to different categories of borrowers shall be disclosed to the borrower or customer in the application form and communicated explicitly in the sanction letter.
- Approach for gradation of risk: The rate of interest is arrived at based on the weighted average cost of funds, administrative costs, risk premium and profit margin. The decision to give a loan and the interest rate applicable to each loan account is assessed on a case to case basis, based on multiple parameters such as, borrower’s profile, repayment capacity, borrower’s other financial commitments, past repayment track record if any, the security for the loan as represented by the underlying assets, loan to value ratio, tenure of the loan, geography (location) of the borrower. Such information is collated based on borrower inputs and credit bureau. The rates of interest are subject to change as the situation warrants and are subject to the discretion of the management on a case to case basis.
Responsibility of Board of Directors: The Board of Directors of the Company shall lay down the appropriate grievance Redressal Mechanism within the organization to resolve disputes arising in this regard, which would include having centralized team catering to the investor complaints, a dedicated email id for receipt of the complaints it would be ensured that all disputes arising out of the decisions of company’s functionaries are heard and disposed under the supervision of the Principal officer or at such next higher level as determined by the Board of Directors. The Board of Directors shall also be provided for periodical review of the compliance of the Fair Practices Code and the functioning of the Grievances Redressal Mechanism at various levels of management. A consolidated report of such reviews shall also be submitted to the Board at regular intervals.
Periodic Review – Fair Practice Code The Company shall also review and refine the Code, as may be required periodically based on its own experience and fresh guidelines, if any, to be issued by the RBI in this regard.
GRIEVANCE REDRESSAL MECHANISM
While excellent customer service is our utmost priority, we are keen to keep improving and are always open to learn of any issues or problems our clients may face. Therefore, if you wish to provide feedback or send in your complaint, you may use the following channels between 9:30 am to 6:00 pm, from Monday to Friday (except on national holidays).
The name and contact of our Grievance Redressal Officer is as follows:
Mr. Shashank Saxena
Mobile No. +91-8393087348
Email Id. email@example.com
We will work towards resolving your complaint within 48 hours of receipt and in case you are not satisfied with the solution provided, you will be informed about how to escalate the compliant to the next higher level.
If your complaint/dispute is not redressed within a period of one month, you may appeal to:
Mr. Vineet Sachdev
Contact No. 8929719901
Email Id. firstname.lastname@example.org
401, 4th Floor, Arunachal Building,
19 Barakhamba Road, New Delhi 110001
Phone: +91 98110 18852, +91 98717 29795, +91 11 2371 4953
D 1/22, DLF Phase I,
Gurgaon, Haryana 122001