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Abstract

The case presents an overview of the State Bank of India's (SBI) microfinance programmes. SBI is the largest bank in India with over 9,000 branches and is also the largest player in the microfinance sector in India with a market share of around 20%. The bank has been an active participant in the microfinance programmes initiated by the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development since 1992. SBI has taken several initiatives to expand its microfinance portfolio covering one million self help groups (SHG's). The case discusses some of the unique programmes undertaken by SBI to spread its microfinance activities.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
Very large
Other setting(s):
1995-2005

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Abstract

The case presents an overview of the State Bank of India's (SBI) microfinance programmes. SBI is the largest bank in India with over 9,000 branches and is also the largest player in the microfinance sector in India with a market share of around 20%. The bank has been an active participant in the microfinance programmes initiated by the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development since 1992. SBI has taken several initiatives to expand its microfinance portfolio covering one million self help groups (SHG's). The case discusses some of the unique programmes undertaken by SBI to spread its microfinance activities.

Teaching and learning

This item is suitable for postgraduate courses.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
Very large
Other setting(s):
1995-2005

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